I come from a unique background.
There must be something in the air in Miami that turns people into pugilists...
I'd rather watch that than a man being
eaten wrapped in metal and hugged by an anaconda.
The older I get the less interested I have become in the NFL. Just an opinion but pro football is terribly boring compared to college ball (granted coming from a fan living in a college football city).
Bosa, Barrett, Braxton, Urban
Thanks GT, wasn't sure of the response I would get but I wanted to make this one for fun.
I actually think FSU will win, which wouldn't be all that bad because I would love it if Ohio State ended their streak in the title game - Doing so would make us the spoilers of two of the longest winning streaks in history.
Dick's in Hilliard (Hilliard Rome Rd) had some as well - but they are going fast according to the associate I talked to.
Even if there is a QB battle and Miller doesn't get his starting spot back, there is no chance in hell that he rides the bench all year without seeing the field. He HAS to play somewhere. Urban is too good of a coach not to get the ball into the hands of freaks.
Did anyone watch the episode of the The Journey on BTN where they highlighted the Wisconsin/OSU game? Tyvis Powell on field afterwards "Where da hats at?" - made me laugh.
Hopefully these teams are all good when we play them, exciting stuff.
Good of you to post, I thought of this as well. Seems like we have been building a program to compete with the likes of the elite for 3 years now, which makes me very excited for the game.
I know we played a good Clemson team in a bowl last year, but with everything still on the table, this type of opportunity is what we have been chasing after all along.
Mariota is the one that would absolutely terrify me the most to have to go up against. You can have a great game plan and play mistake free on defense, and sometimes certain guys are still just that good. But if history has taught us anything it's that Heisman winners don't always bode well in championship games.
Hopefully they take out their frustration on Auburn.
I have to say I agree with you on Jax. I was feeling that way too but the way you put it into words resonates with me as well.
One website I read I depicted the homeless lady as the angel of death. She appears throughout the series before critical moments. I guess I have noticed her before but apparently never paid that much attention.
Really great show, not quite on the level of Breaking Bad or Game of Thrones for me, but I am sad it's over.
I didn't want Jax to die. The finale felt a little flat to me, but I don't know how else it could have ended. There wasn't a whole lot of surprise (although I did think Chibs was going to kill him at the end).
I didn't quite get the whole message at the end with the crows and the bread. Was the homeless person a figment of his imagination?
I will be watching Sons of Anarchy at 10pm but God bless DVR.
The reason Ohio State's in this inaugural four-team College Football Playoff over TCU and Baylor could not be more simple. They are Ohio State and TCU and Baylor are not.\
Even if the author had a point, isn't a history of success something that is earned over the course of many years? This whole notion of a "Blue-Blood privilege" behooving Ohio State sounds like an easy cop-out and a quick outlet in which blame, anger and insecurity may be vented. The decision was always going to be controversial, but don't hate on us because we have a traditionally relevant program - it is something we have earned, not something that we are entitled to. Regardless, the writing had been on the wall for some time, 59-0 was the nail in the coffin.
A Sparty win over Baylor would taste very good.
I would have preferred if he would've said "Baylor?? Pfff... We gotta win coming."
I would love to see Oregon wear green and FSU wear garnet when they play, that would look too sweet.
You are the man, I see from the comments that you were at the game... Hope you had a good time.