I was at this game in Palo Alto, as I had a former high school team mate playing for The Buckeyes. For a long time OSU fan it was a great memory and it was the only time I have seen The Buckeyes play live, but that will change this year as I am going to the VA Tech game at The Shoe. I can't wait, only 42 days away! O H
I am looking to attend my first game at The Shoe for the VA Tech game and have been looking at tickets on line, but I have a friend that goes to games regulary and he says I should wait until game day and I should be able to get good seats for less than $150 from the scalpers outside the stadium. My concern is I am driving 9 1/2 hrs for the game and worry this is not a good idea, but it sounds as if this might be the avenue you have been taking and I'm wondering if you might have any advice/recommendations. Any help would be appreciated.
All those drills look great and appear to be a huge improvement over last year, but if they are not getting their heads around when the ball is in the air and they make contact, look for the flag because it's coming. I can't count the number of times the corners were flagged for that last year. Drove me nuts!
I am waiting on that same info. myself. I want to travel up for the VA Tech game. I have a friend up there that tells me I can get goods seats in the parking lot prior to the game, but i don't want to take the unnecessary risk if I don't have too.
I'm guessing geography was not your strong suit, but Lake Taylor High School is actually in Norfolk, VA, which is on the complete opposite side of Virginia. This kid has great potential and give Meyer great depth on the defensive line and if you've been keeping up with what Johnson wants to do, having this kid to rotate in and out gives the staff a lot of options. I live in the same area as Jaylyn and have seen him play. This kid can play, but redshirting him and giving him the chance to put on some muscle and size wouldn't be a bad thing either. I look forward to seeing him in the Scarlet and Gray whenever that may be. He is going to be a player.