I would think they may be Buckeye fans. They've played the Newport so many times in probably the last 15 years now. I remember seing their name on the Newport sign a lot especially back when O.A.R. was still students at tOSU.
Two of my friends live in NYC and both work with medical software. One is a traveling consultant. I'm not sure what the other does. If either talk about work, I get drowsy.
I could see about passing along contact info if you want.
+1 for Hall and Oates. There's a lot of old school shows listed here. I'm liking it.
1st: Jimmy Buffet. I was like 9 years old and had no idea who he was.
Best: The Drifters. Saw them at Cooper stadium probably 22 years ago. Again had no idea who they were (way before my time) but kinda like the feel of some of that old time doo wop sound.
I'm actually watching Wayne's World right now. Rock Candy is in it. Even though it's a cover, Bullet Boys did a good job. +1 for Montrose.
Kingdom Come seems kinda out of place for that lineup. I love their song What Love Can Be. Other than that, I can't listen.
"I'm Rick James bitch!"
One of my favorites from the 80s, "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful (my hair used to be such a joke...)."
Now what, a career in mma? Follow in the footsteps of 1/2 dozen other tOSU national champ wrestlers.
Should have done it in rolling papers and Funyuns...
Did they win it with a steel cage match?
I had a couple cortisone injections in my shoulder before. They don't do anything for me, maybe a neck would be different. I do know that if they are repeatedly given it can damage cartilage, tendons and whatever else tissue is nearby the site.
I know acupuncture can work wonders. I've seen/ heard of this machine at a chiropractor's that actually stretches and lengthens one out and is supposed to relieve pressure in areas.
I'm creeping up on 5,000 myself. I don't think that even means much these days.
I can bust out a 20 min and some change 5K well into the wrong side of 30.
I played 25 mins of a h.s. soccer game on a torn hip flexor and had no idea it was torn.
I once drank a 12 pack in 2 hours without passing out or vomiting.
.086 on a guy that size, I bet he could still function fine. Uncle Sam thinks a 6 packs makes 90% of people blackout drunk.
*note at no point in this rambling am I condoning the operation of a motor vehicle while inebriated. Too many people already F that up while sober.
Meh, he's had maybe two notable seasons. Hyde should only be threatened if he goes on to flat out suck or play receiver. Bush has had a ton of receptions in his career. Plus, he's living on borrowed time especially as a RB. I think he's been in the league for like 9 seasons now.
Anyone been to Tiger beach in the Bahamas? That sounds epic to dive with tiger sharks.
Just switch positions. That is all.
I have about 5 years of school across 3 colleges (Central Texas, CSCC and tOSU). If the money to pay for it came out of my pocket, I would be pissed due athletes going in and taking ridiculous classes or not going at all. I don't know the reason for tuition hikes, but I'm guessing it has something to do with student athletes and facilities for them. I'm sure the hikes affect a number of people too.
The part I see as pointless are the GEC classes, so I really can't blame them on that. I still don't quite get what many have to do with a number of majors. Exceptions would be English because that's important, and I did enjoy the one geography class I took. I've always been curious about other cultures.
Anyway, they need to get to class and get their head out of the clouds that they're all gonna be paid. League minimum is like 480k the 1st year, then 550k, and 640k (numbers are off a little but close). That 1.67 million still has taxes, fees and not sure how much is guaranteed. It won't last forever, especially considering how crippled a number of these guys might be. Plus going by wonderlic scores, a number of these guys aren't too sharp, so opportunities might be limited for them.
4 year starter or 4 year starter with a hiatus year?
Off the top of my head 4 year starters: Case Keenum and Kevin Kolb ( both Houston). Timmy Chang (Hawaii) was technically a 5 year starter but got hurt in his 2nd or 3rd year. Colt McCoy (Texas), Kellen Moore (Boise St.), Ty Detmer (BYU), Art Schlichter (tOSU) and Pat White (WVU), Colt Brennan (Hawaii)..maybe..started 3 years at UH and one JUCO before that.
Maybe i'll think of more after I get some sleep.
Nah, I feel it's more of a popularity contest. I will acknowledge it when tOSU is awarded its 8th Heisman this fall.
i must be mistaken, I always thought football was a team sport.
I naturally suffer from chronic boredom, but thankfully this time of year till June, my job typically decides that I should give up both my days off and come in and work for them whether I like it or not.