Tyquan Lewis is consistently disruptive. How do you think he got the Big Ten defensive award?
Clemson returns 7 of their top 8 DL's
What's this bit about the fan yelling out?
That was absolutely Brian Hartline. He was noted for his toughness in making catches and blocking. Did not need to see his number. I remember that play very well. Brought me up out of my seat, and a little run around the house. Aaahhh, memories.
Hudepohl? I haven't heard that brand name in many years. I had totally forgotten it even existed. How about Gambrinus? Is that still around?
Wow., 90 words a minute. Andy, I am impressed. I took typing one semester in 9th grade. I got as high as 60 wpm, but subtracting for errors took me down to 40 wpm. I forced each of my children to take at least one semester of typing. Four boys really complained, but thanked me years later for the useful skill. My daughter became quite proficient, and her skill enable her to gain entry to a number of her early jobs.
Clemson loses only one player out of their 2 deep DL.
Are they still available? I'd like to have a pair.
Methinks DJ has been spending time with Tony Gerdeman.
Original shoulder injury in the Wisconsin game.
It was 175 yards vs TTU. This is not a slow start.
Nancy started out as a teenager with Rusty Bryant's band in Columbus. Went to school with Rusty at Franklin Jr. High.
Well done, 68.
Yes, my jersey is definitely retired. I'm wearing it now.
Thanks, 68. I see that you are in top form today. Much appreciated for the time and effort.
Topnotch analysis, OSU.
The first "The Mummy" movie was a classic with Boris Karloff in 1932, and for my money still the best.
I don't think many on here know who Floyd Stahl was. He had quite a coaching career. Is that a random pick or are you related, or maybe from Dayton? I watched his teams play at the "Barn". (Ohio State Fairgrounds Coliseum).
Top 3, according to Urban.
Not so fast my friend. Bauserman was the GOAT at throwing the ball away.
Hey, if you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'.
Great stuff, Kyle. This has become my favorite "Film Study" thus far. Very informative, clear, easy to understand. Loved Gibbs explanation of the RB's third step decision timing with the OL blockers.
Are you part of the family that owned Planks Cafe on S. Parsons? Is it still there?