I have parked at this same church for many years. It is a bit of a walk, but as stated on the way out not at all congested.
Classy was the exact term that was being uttered by fans in the stadium (Navy & TOSU) as this was taking place. It was great to see.
I'd just like to see Washington continue to have a competitive team. I believe he was a good choice to make that happen.
I wasn't aware of his comments locally, have only heard good things about him on this side of the country. Chris P has been so successful, hope he continues that with the Huskies.
Terrible excuse for being a quitter no doubt. Yet recruiting the players that can potentially make you rich doesn't determine one way or another if you respect, value and/or care about them as people. Coach Sark has shown much love to all his players, it's a shame that such a label would be thrown around so carelessly and attached to him.
Coach Sark is having a heck of a week. Probably beginning to miss Washington just a little.
This time Saturday evening I won't have a voice.
Exactly, Seattle I'm like that kid right now.
7 am flight to Baltimore tomorrow. Trying to find a way to be even a little bit productive here at work today. Not doing too well with that part.
Man I love this site!
Enjoy the trip, Chitown. I had the opportunity to watch Super Bowl XL with Waikiki Beach at my back. Since I had no rooting interest in the game (Sterlers vs Seahawks) I wasn't as locked in on the game as usual. The scenery around me made that not a bad thing at all. I'm guessing that watching The Game in that atmosphere might be as close to the perfect sports moment as I could get. Insert extreme jealousy right here! I hope you get to celebrate a huge Buckeye victory.
Bauserman passing chart image in 3, 2, 1
Brain says Wisconsin over LSU.
Heart says App St. over *ichigan
Was there in 93 (bad bad day) and I was the loudest person in the stadium after being nailed with a gallon of mustard covered hot dog. Didn't like my OSU gear.
With much love for Corny Green, Rod Gerald, Art Schlichter, Greg Frey & Krenzel.
I was going to say yes, I can easily imagine going to college and not going to my classes. Yet you said playing football, not failing miserably in your attempt to play collegiate baseball. So I guess I really can't identify.
Excellent question, my guess would be that the interim or new coach would recognize the need for designated team leadership and name captains immediately. (or Hoke will just name Peppers as captain 4 times on his way out the door)
I read that Hoke stated on the weekly teleconference that the team had good leadership. I wonder if past failure on the part of the stated leaders is causing him to be overly cautious? This seems so bass ackwards, and contradictory. First he didn't know why his team lacked toughness, now this. I'd be concerned if I were associated in any way with that program.
Get well Marshon, looking forward to seeing you on the field.
And now I fear that I will forever read it that way. (The equivalent of "Fishdropper")
I've had 3 separate encounters with Washington fans, once in Seattle. Regardless of the location they have just been great people and great sports.
Saw them play Kansas a few years ago. I was impressed by the atmosphere and how they support their team, lots of tradition. I like your list, although PSU has great tradition and atmosphere I have no desire to go there.
Of the places I've visited.
1) The Shoe - None Better
2) LSU - Close 2nd
3) Texas - Impressive
4) Tennessee - Crazy
5) WVU - (Night Game) Underrated
Special Mention - The Washington Huskies have a phenomenal setting, with a breathtaking view from the stadium. The fans are warm, and great sports. What they lack in gameday excitement, they make up for with an overall enjoyment of the people and atmosphere.
Not great, not bad - Sparty, Illinois and Cal.
The Worst - Tie between Kansas & *ichigan
If the true and redshirt freshmen come in and live up to their billing, the statement "embarrassment of riches" comes to mind.
Could you be more pacific concerning what's wrong with all of these?
My wishful thinking = Grant.