Tough one and rough to be held to a higher standard. A little different than a drinking problem, but one that needs help. Thanks Noah, slip to the late rounds so the Bengals can grab ya.
Sparty is ichigan's little sister, but what ichigan fails to realize is that they are Sparty's big SISTER!
Thank you Troy. Thank you.
It is like JT has a license to kill gophers from the government of the United Nations.
JT officially earned his.
The only thing I find wrong with Jerry Kill is that he falls for the classic stereotype about people of a certain ethnicity looking alike. See Purdue. I hope that is the only issue I have with Coach Kill, so do not make another one this weekend. Go Bucks!
Surreal true life makes for some of the best stories. Excellent again and a reminder that it is all about perspective.
8pm would be stupid. Too cold and it allows the opponents, ala Va Tech to get up for a night marquee game.
The posters have all been outstanding, but the Illibuck ones have set the bar.
Kirk Barton = Parade Float
He looks like Pepe Le Pew after he used a hair dryer to dry himself.
Is it too early in the season to talk contract extension for the Hokester?
Yes, yes, yep, .yes yes and the lovely Ella.
Hey LeBron. Get to work!
And here is hoping that nobody at Kent edits it like those punks at Va Tech. I laughed at it, then I cried when it came true. Go Bucks!
Excellence personified, just like those it is intended for.
Even his name: Orlas King was like himself, his OSU fandom and legacy, bigger than life.
Ramzy, nailed it again. Great piece. Being first generation and having the exact same OSU upbringing made this article just a little bit more enjoyable than most of yours. My brother and I being in our early/pre-teens were one of the first to catch his "act" before it even caught on. We used to always joke early on about how being "loaded" that one day, and deciding to dance to that song defined his legacy forever, but after reading your article I wholeheartedly concur.
The 2014 season has now officially started.
Greg Frey is a genuinely great guy. Had the pleasure of watching him and sharing a German language course with him, a bunch of other nice folks and a really great teacher. And I have that football card. Michael Citro is a genuinely great guy as well, although he never lead no comebacks.
You are welcome Lou Holtz. You are no officially off the hook.
One of those classic stories after a monumental moment. Apparently, 200,000 people claim to have been there. While I was not there, I was able to witness Notre Dame's first 0-4 start in their history. Good Sparty. Last year and beyond . . . bad Sparty.