Anyone know if the CBS SN will be showing this game on their tablet app?
I had no idea Suge Knight went to college. I distinctly remember his feud with Puff Daddy and Bad Boy records. At one point, he said something like "Sean Combs ain't even ghetto, he went to college." (something along those lines; it was a long time ago). I guess this discredits Suge Knight even more; he mad.
Columbus State has something called 'Preferred Pathway' which is set up to streamline you into transferring into OSU after 1 or 2 years at CSCC (you can pick either option).
'Preferred Pathway' means get your AA or AS and you're guaranteed acceptance in about 10 schools in Ohio including tOSU. Myself and a number of others I know didn't get an AA/ AS and were still accepted into tOSU.
I tell anyone and everyone I can not to waste their time completing the AA/ AS as some of the credits won't transfer directly to the chosen (or accepted) tOSU degree program (in the path that CSCC lays out). It will save one time and money to contact department advisors at tOSU and find out what classes are needed.
CTE setting in? I think the effects of the concussions (if he had them) are starting to set in.
Don't play Miller; he's just gonna get hurt for the 5th year in a row (9 if you count high school).
Since his freshman season of 2011, Miller has consistently been the most dangerous player with the ball in his hands for Ohio State.
Actually it's the other way around: having the ball in his hands has been most dangerous for Miller as a player.
What's in that coozie? A can of Old Milwaukee's Best?
Does this mean the opponent is in the top 25 when the game is played or are they still in the top 25 when the season ends?
Those jackwagons that do the polls get them wrong so often. Every year there's teams in the top 25 at the start of the season that have no business being there and soon fallout. [cough] [cough] Notre Dame, TSUN, half of the SEC
Leak couldn't run. He was essentially a true version of a pocket passer. Barrett can run, so the situation is kinda weird to me.
LSU lost two the next season.
No, no, in the words of one Leslie Miles..."You know, my wife said to me, 'we are unbeaten in 60 minutes of regulation play.'"
LSU only had mental losses that season.
Off the top of my head Alex Smith, Sam Bradford, Matthew Stafford and Mark dirty Sanchez all did and of course they went to Dr. Andrews. A number of guys come back from shoulder surgery; it depends on the circumstances of their injury.
tOSU is gonna be fine without Miller.
I'm assuming that people are mentioning '.50 cal' because of the sniper rifle Barrett makes? This makes sense.
I suppose it would work better if they made the full auto M2, we mounted on our vehicles, instead of Browning
The reasonS, Kenny G was a 5th year Senior, very bright, the son of a coach..
But he was also barely 1 year into an entirely new offense, like JT will be.
He doesn't need to have Miller's feet, just a better arm than Miller. Miller's accuracy was pretty sketchy for last 4 or so games. As long as the D, mainly the pass D, comes together everything should be fine. It seems to work out OK every time a new QB in thrown in.
Personally I expect Miller to get hurt every year, but I just didn't think it would be this soon. Miller can be compared to my love of action sports (skydiving, mountain biking, surfing and kayaking): it's not if I get hurt, it's when I get hurt and how bad is it gonna be.
I hope that he will be OK, and whoever is behind him is ready to step up and be productive. We've seen good things from first year starters before, so if it happens this year, then it should be no different.
It would be great if tOSU got back to the smash mouth D we're used to seeing, especially back in the early '00s when offensive production wasn't great.
If I remember right, Alter Bridge is Creed but with a different singer. Kinda like when Zach De La Rocha (name?) left Rage Against the Machine, they just hired a new singer and changed the band name.
Tremonti is a pretty good guitar player and has his own signature PRS to prove it.
When I was at CSCC and they switched to semesters, the prices of the textbooks almost doubled (I think the Ohio State books are even more). They brought in many cheaper paperback and loose leaf versions. I had a math class that I had to literally put the book in a binder because of the loose leaf.
I guess they think since the classes are 5 weeks (or so) longer, than before, they can charge more for a book. Or maybe it's a ploy to push the rentals and e-books. They probably make more of e-books since they don't have to buy a hardcopy; plus, they can push tablet sales at the bookstore.
I always search/ sell on amazon, craigslist or other outlets before going to the bookstore. The books are often cheaper online too. One I found was for sell in Europe (amazon market) and got it half of the bookstore used price.
After three years, I pretty much expect him to get hurt every year. It's been a trend since his high school days.
I wonder if he regrets switching his commitment to um.
Get the better of the other? Did Hyde switch to WR?