No. Last weekend to get all the shit done I didn't do over summer. Then, and only then will I be allowed to enjoy football...per my beautiful wife.
All things considered, seems like this young man has handled his challenges. Didn't give up and I hope his payback is a monster season!!!
Michigan Man!!! So that's what it is like. Will be interesting to see what our friends at ESPN have to say about this.
I have really enjoyed watching these ladies conduct themselves in a manner that represents their boys and the university in such a classy manner. We know why their sons are of such high character!
As the husband of a 42 year old wife and mother who was diagnosed with stage 3 rectal cancer, I wholeheartedly agree with Heuerman. This disease blows. I like to see young men who have such an influence use their platform for positive messages. I can't show our four daughters this picture...but it makes me like the character of my Buckeye's even more!
Good for all of the survivors who have commented. After living first hand and watching the pain and challenges you go through, my heartfelt respect goes out to you!!
Go Bucks! "Beat (Cancer) &ichigan" Fu$K Cancer!
By the way, really enjoy the where are they now updates.
Dude, where do you find these gems? That apple pie story was great. The comments on the article were even more impressive.
See you at "Old Dutch" sometime Jordan! You will be missed.
Interesting though as Purdue and Illinois were relevant not to long ago!
Really liked this guy throughout his recruitment. Seems like a good leader.
Buckeye browny, you in the 919?
Never. Have you seen the women on OSU's campus vs TSUN? TSUN = Woof
Negotiate game day Saturday is sacred. For you and football. Get it out of the way now. Get up every Saturday and start a tradition such as go to grocery store, buy ingredients for Chili and serve to the family. Seems to allow me to sack out all day and watch without getting the big guilt trip!
Another thing that was incredible was the Varsity Club in Tempe. They rented a bar and made it look like the Varsity Club. Bought your ticket to get in and you felt like you were back in Columbus among friends. Was off the hook after the game!
Saw the most terrifying thing at the National Championship game against Miami. My Dad and I parked on the practice field just down from the stadium. As we were walking, two guys were arguing up on the coaches scaffolding. One guy had a Hurricane flag. The Buckeye fan was pissed at him for waving the flag. Mind you, the scaffolding was up a few stories in the air.
As we were watching them argue, the Buckeye fan all of a sudden took off on a short sprint, grabbed the flag from the Miami fan and dove head first, flag in hand, off the platform. I was on the phone with my office and said I have to drop. I ran to where the guy landed. He was hanging in between a chain link fence and was pinned in bushes upside down against the fence. Dude was bleeding quite a bit and was incoherent. Not sure if it was the fall or the massive buzz. Called 911 and they took him away.
Amazingly, after the game we asked the parking attendant if he knew what happened to the guy. He laughed and said "yea, the dumbass actually made it back to the game with his girlfriend. He had a broken arm and some cuts." This guy could have been impaled, broke his neck....was unbelievable. Always wanted to shake that guys hand. Was amazing to watch tha unfold.
Chief Big Dumps "wat" picture above is actually Patrick's mother from Sponge Bob. At least that's what my seven year old told me!!
My Dad. We like going to the big games (going to MSU this year) as most of the time it's just to dang comfortable with the HD and the fridge 30 feet away. Also, my wife and four daughters love my tradition of cooking chili.
Not to mention I can see many other games, it seems like attending in person isn't quite the driver for me.
703, do you know where I can get one of those bad a$& shirts?
I've got to get one of those shirts!!!
At FNL he certainly was a cut above. Really enjoyed watching the kid.
Defanatley the pubic education syztem.
How about this lineman from Bama....I don't think this issue will be as big as we anticipate. Coaching, talent, and in fact, some experience we should be just fine on the oline.
Said a brief hello to Josh Moore while walking out this evening. He was a very nice, polite young man. Glad he is a Buckeye! When Coach Mick gets ahold of him, he is going to be a beast!
This was an incredible night. A tradition was started with my father tonight. We will be back for this every year! Unbelievable talent. Loved the new lights.