OK..............is there a backstory to the pic and the combination of "Rock & Roll Hoochie Koo" by Rick Derringer? Just curious.
I've never seen this used, nor have I ever seen it before now.
The Game was finally entertaining to watch. Ironically, the Silver Bullets ended up winning the game. LOLZ.
Go Tigers and Beat Sparty.
Oh f--- yes.
I love the rivalry look. This looks awesome, and it's been a welcome addition to the classic unis for me. I have no idea why so many Buckeye fans are stubborn about the "classic unis only" attitude, but I guess everyone has different tastes.
This video made me want to suit up. Inspiring.
I wasn't saying that you thought drunk was your first conclusion, my intent in responding to you was to agree with you and that I thought OTHERS were immediately jumping to the conclusion that she was drunk.
Sorry for not being clear.
I have to say that the first thing I suspected was some type of neurological disorder, medical condition, or medication that may have been the reason. I think it's sad that the first conclusion people jumped to was, "She's drunk!". This is one of those situations where you have to give someone the benefit of the doubt until other facts come to light.
OK, I only upvoted this once, and in the spirit of Woody, it's because they wouldn't let me upvote it multiple times. Sooooo...99 more ghost helmet stickers from me to make it an even 100.
I upvoted you for both your name and for your profile pic. Well done, sir.
Oh, and I do agree with your comment.
I can't wait to hear and read all about the SECeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee and how the conference hovers somewhere between college football and the NFL after this f'ing football game is over.
Geaux Tigers. Off to the bathroom to vomit now.
Aaron Craft's last season. Probably my favorite player to ever play basketball at OSU during my lifetime. I'm going to miss watching him play. Give me 5 kids on and off the court like him any day of the week.
Excellent article, I enjoyed reading it. I was surprised that it's been 10 years already.
I didn't realize calling someone (or an entity, in this case) "lazy" was giving someone credit for being ethical. Lazy, corrupt, manipulation, it all adds up to the same thing: OSU isn't being given their due, in my opinion. If I'm calling someone lazy, particularly someone in the media, it means that they're not doing their job and I'm calling out their journalistic integrity. I preferred to use the term "lazy" because I don't have proof that they're trying to manipulate a certain outcome or not. Call me old fashioned, but I don't like to go over the top with my accusations without having substantial evidence to back it up. Otherwise, I think I sound like someone who's biased and rabidly out of control, and then nobody is going to respect what I have to say. IMHO.
Excellent article. Obviously, ESPN was too lazy to actually perform the research of which you were willing.