2015 Hawaii Quick Cals.
I hope Bud Foster doesn't fine them for that sign...
93 rushing yards
Those look really awesome! Especially the MSU one.
Happy Birthday Eleven Warriors!
I think this is a big win-win for Gibson and the Buckeyes. Gibson is likely to see more early playing time at WR plus as he gets the chance to learn about how WRs think and see the field. That knowledge should only help his growth as a QB.
Love it! Congrats on the launch to everyone at Eleven Warriors! The title reminds me of someone I know a lot of Buckeye fans are very fond of...
"Try to take that attitude toward life, that you're going to pay forward. So seldom can we pay back because those who helped most--your parents and other people--will be gone, but you'll find that you do want to pay. Emerson had something to say about that: 'You can pay back only seldom.' But he said, 'You can always pay forward, and you must pay line for line, deed for deed, and cent for cent.'" - Woody Hayes, OSU Commencement Speech, 3/14/1986
Great post Navy! And thanks for the video links.
Fantastic work as always Birm! Love reading your updates.
Birm indicated on Friday that he did indeed bring his dad for the trip.
Is it 9/7 yet? Incredible day to be a Buckeye fan!!
Wow!!!! Incredible news on a Thursday. BOOOOOMMMMMM!!!!!!
I logged in just to upvote this. Well done sir.
You just beat my forum post (I'll delete mine now). To say Harbaugh bombed is an understatement.
Not to be that guy, but I believe you have the wrong Instagram account linked for Mike Weber. It should have two "underscores" to begin the account name. Thanks for this list! I have high expectations for this new class of Buckeyes.
Looks like he's been working out with the Alabama strength and conditioning program...
Agreed this picture still isn't complete.
Great post! Grant's impact on this Buckeye team will be visible for many more years to come in guys like McMillan and Lee.
Get dumped then!!
I love that! Well played my friend.
Won. Not Done.
ZEEEEKE!!! Absolutely monster three-game stretch in the three biggest games of his life.