Agazarm has been on the competitive grappling scene lately, and I actually knew him as a BJJ / grappling competitor before knowing he was a former Buckeye wrestler. When I found out he wrestled for the program, I was legitimately disappointed. Although immensely talented, he's classless.
Kudos to the interviewer for not taking themselves too seriously and having a fresh approach to the interview, and also to Wavy Dubb for playing along. Well done.
I've flown both Frontier and Allegient to Phoenix. Both will get you for any fee they can. Check a bag, pick a seat, have a drink, get a snack. Nothing is included. It's a nuts and bolts flight. I've never minded. I board a plane to get where I'm going, not for accommodations. I've also driven to Indy to fly Southwest to Phoenix. It's worth it if you have the extra money to spare. Frontier and Southwest fly into Phoenix. Allegient flies into Mesa, about 30-40 minutes outside of downtown.
I'm flying Frontier out of Cincinnati. Leave on Friday, 12/30 and come back on Tuesday 1/3. No checked bags. Not picking any seats. Just get me to Arizona.
I'm just glad Eddie was able to get back on his feet after that failed real estate venture with Spencer Strasmore.
You're a good man, kind sir.
I made a potty chart when they were 2 to help them get potty trained. They got one buckeye helmet sticker for going #1 in the potty. They got two buckeye helmet stickers for "taking a Michigan". It worked very well.
Is he allowed to practice or work out with the team during the suspension, or is he supposed to be given the Tom Brady treatment?
I'll second 'Melt' in Northside. In Price Hill, hit up Incline Public House. Amazing view and great food for a good price. One of my favorite spots.
If you're downtown at the Banks, you have Moerlein Lager House or Yard House, and in OTR, you have Senate (mentioned above), and I've also heard good things about Lachey's.
We made the conversion to an Auction Draft three years ago and haven't looked back. I would highly recommend this route. It keeps all of the owners engaged the entire draft, and eliminates the luck associated with draft order.
King Dolodale, Financial Planner???
- Two-time JV Scout Team captain on our Division 3 high school basketball team
- Chipotle Challenge finisher (26:00)
- 2002 Ohio Northern University Intramural Basketball C League Final Four participant
- 40-yard dash finisher (I've been looking for one of those stickers that marathon runners put on their cars)
This is speculative, but I wouldn't be surprised if ownership thought retaining Hoyer was unrealistic. After everything he went through last year, and no real change to the situation with the exception of a change at OC, I wouldn't blame him for seeking a different opportunity. Instead of trying to re-sign Hoyer, and having him turn them down and missing a chance with McCown, they just went ahead and signed McCown.
I'm not saying I agree with this philosophy, but it felt like a scenario where they would rather take the sure thing, no matter how ugly, home from the bar instead of risking going home alone.
Four years of high school baseball and four years of college baseball. When we were picking uniforms my freshman year of high school, I was the only freshman on the varsity team, so I had the last pick. It was between #8 and #5. Albert Belle wore #8 for the Indians at the time, so that worked for me.
I've seen five home games
- 2008 versus Ohio University (W 26-14)
- 2012 versus Illinois (W 52-22)
- 2013 versus Wisconsin (W 31-24)
- 2013 versus Penn State (W 63-14)
- 2014 versus UC (W 50-28)
And two neutral site games (Big Ten Championship games)
- 2013 versus MSU (L 24-34...#FeedCarlos)
- 2014 versus Wisconsin (W 59-0)
Combined record of 6-1, outscoring opponents 305 - 136 (43 - 19).
I'm sure the movie is God-awful. However, if your wife is a fan of the books and eager to see the movie, I see the night still turning out in your favor.
This wins the internet.
He didn't delete the "m"s in his tweet. Clearly, he's still pissed.
Did anyone else notice he lost two pounds from the beginning of the article ("Not only is the 6-foot-5, 215-pounder one of the best prospects in the country...") to the end of the article ("The 6-foot-5, 213-pound quarterback is wanted by every major program in the country...")???
I am guessing the toll of the recruiting process is really wearing him thin.
I'll save the PTO, come into work and get paid to do this to my computer while perusing the 11W website.
It was a shame to see his career cut short. I think he could have been the next Shane Falco.
After all these years, I'm still trying to figure out what it is that dude won't do for love.
2002 BCS National Championship Game. Absolute nail-biter. Surprise ending. Total underdog story. You'd love it.
Don't mind me. I'm just here to hand out UVs.