I still listen to the games on radio.
We won't sneak up on or surprise anyone this year. Zeke will have to do it against defenses that game plan specifically to stop him. It'll be imperative that our other weapons perform at a high level, and consistently. Considering the number and caliber of other weapons we have, if this happens you can hand Zeke his Heisman now. (With all due respect to the past September Heisman winners north of here)
The damage I did to the golf course was with my long irons. The real people at risk were those walking in the woods and in the yards of their palatial estates along the course.
Impressive that he was able to put it down without putting a lot of people in harms way. I did more damage to Tartan Fields course a few years back than he did to the one he crashed on.
"They're playing that Buckeye Swag song already"
shocking that an aircraft from the 1930s - 1940s would have engine trouble.
This guy is either a bad @ss, or desperately in need of better training. He crashed a helicopter back in 1990.
Thanks, Buckeye Jack. Central Ohio has a proud history when it comes to serving our country. the more i learn about it, the better.
That's the exact choice I was about to write, GH. I'm with you!
I fumbled looking at the pic.
That's good stuff, I bet that game was on the radio in our home. I remember how anxious I'd be to find out the score when we played them out west. Sometimes the scores would make the paper, sometimes they wouldn't.
Beat me to it! Of course I was gonna throw the "bro" on the end of it. Never the less, well played, sir.
I was struck with a couple hot dogs with extra, extra mustard on them. (Thanks to my OSU gear and boisterous support of our team). Then the verbal assaults upon departure, mixed with the cold and the terrible loss, all combined for a forgettable day. The one and only one memory worth keeping took place on my drive home. Listening to the end of the ND vs BC game on the radio. BC beat ND on a last second FG.
I miss those days of the Reds, Dodgers rivalry as well. However I remained faithful and Steve Garvey, Ron Cey, Davey Lopes, Dusty Baker, Steve Yeager, Reggie Smith, Bill Russell, Tommy Lasorda, and the whole bunch remain my mortal enemies.
My experience up there in 93 was one to forget. Both the game results and behavior of fans were terrible. I plan on going back this season and experiencing something vastly different.
My eyes are swelling up, and I'm starting to itch all over, just from reading that.
Hope your recovery is quick and complete, Meechy. Looking forward to seeing you on the field serving up pancakes.
I'm glad you added that link.
Thank you for the modicum of hope.
Yes! Or "All I Do Is Win"
Kirby Einstein or Kirby Hawking wouldn't have had a chance.
"You look to your teammates to your left and your right...I'm gonna go all night!"
In that case, everything you just wrote should be the "Script".
Other potential "Scripts":
Cardale Jones, Cardale Jones
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