Right on, KB.
Well done, DB.
Upvote for you, sir.
It is difficult to take seriously someone who does not even spell the player's name correctly.
Thanks, Michael. I appreciate your contributions on this site. It's nice to know a little of your background. I always read your pieces.
Never really watch Matt Millen, but I know that as GM of the Lions, he was the worst I have ever seen.
Wow, Kyle. Great Memorial Day gift. Thanks a lot. After that first TD drive by Oregon, I said to my wife, "That was too easy." Big difference after that, but I never understood why, except that we were playing great.
By the way, what happened on the 70 yard TD pass by Oregon down the middle of the field with no one near the receiver?
Well done, Cplunk.
Well said SG. See Barry Sanders, above.
Barry Sanders has very small hands. When he came into the NFL all the "experts" said he would be susceptible to fumbling. He rarely fumbled. He fumbled less than any RB in the NFL. Once went a season and a half without a fumble.
Love it. My sentiments, exactly.
It's a matter of allocating resources.
WKU. Is that where Noah Spence went?
You guys are too funny.
Cleared for what, exactly? More rehab, full contact, scrimmaging, heavy-duty weights with left hand?
I am very happy that he is progessing according to plan, but so was Braxton last summer.
I won't feel comfortable until he starts full-contact scrimmaging in August.
Don't mean to thow a t.rd in the punch bowl, but I'm not assuming he is the same at the present time as before the wrist injury last fall.
Perhaps, dare I say it, Braxton Miller.
Right on the money, 25.
By end of the year, I assume you mean: Wisconsin, Alabama, Oregon. There was a dramatic change between the M game and Wisc. I read reports of a "Come to Jesus" meeting of the defensive players and coaches after the M game. I have never seen it mentioned by the coaches or players, but "something" certainly happened.
Haven't seen this mentioned, but earwigs are my #1, by far. I opened my doorwall, and about a hundred or so fell out of the top of the doorwall track. They haven't shown up yet this year, usually in June. I live NW Oakland County, MI.
Thanks, Ross. Much appreciated.
Whatever happened to the Clock Restaurant? We used to play pool upstairs. A lot of tables.
Nick Pappas' Seafood Bay, N. High St, west side of the street, downtown.
My favorite restaurant. Always went there when visiting family in Columbus. Never forget my favorite drink there: a " Suffering Bastard". My childhood friend was head bartender there, Bob Karst. His family owned the Broad-Nel restaurant at E. Broad and Nelson Rd. Also owned the old Eastside Swimming Pool.
Kirk picked OSU to beat Miami.