A sense of humor is my defense mechanism. As a lifelong Browns fan, it's pretty well developed by now.
Sure, and while we're at it, Tressel eventually resigns as HC to become AD on his way to the university presidency, and Urban Meyer still comes out of "retirement" for his dream job in Columbus. TP is a 1st round draft choice and ambassador for the university, and everyone loves Assistant HC and DC Luke Fickell, who is considered a preferred candidate for every major HC opening if he chooses not to wait as Urban's heir apparent.
However, the Browns still stink, because even hypotheticals have their limits.
As long as we're voting on impossible hypotheticals, I vote that Tatgate never happened and Tressel is still the coach.
I'm still trying to wrap my head around a Looney Tunes speed analogy that does not incorporate the Road Runner.
the Buckeye defense does not resemble last season's unit
That is the most promising thing I have read since the Orange Bowl.
Unky, it looks like you shed your winter growth a little too soon.
Looking for a new publisher after berating my old one for having a differing opinion.
I love that they all have their knees bent so they won't appear to be taller than Nick.
Two peas in a pod.
Someone alert our old buddy Mindtwin. There has to be some synergy here.
I was attributing the wrong tweet to 9 Route (the one below his handle) and sincerely hoping it wasn't our Uncle Niner. Not sure how I missed the Lego man.
They changed the rule last year. It is now illegal for a running back to lower his head and hit a defender.
Alas, we've ventured into a genre where my ignorance is indeed bliss.
Birm, that is funny and disturbing at the same time, no less because your comment appears to be written in some sort of free verse.
Now, THAT is funny.
Man, Fickell's even responsible for the Spring Game tix being overpriced. Dude can't catch a break.
Poor execution, but you get the idea.
I have no photoshop skills, but someone please do Devin Gardner lying on the ground.
That's 120%. Impressive.
I remain convinced that if it hadn't been for the 1980's, the ozone layer would still be completely intact.