I'd suggest not owning any in the first place, and short the $@&# out of it.
No. 18 Wisconsin jumped to a 7-0 lead when David Gilreath returned the opening kick 97 yards for a touchdown.
I was at this game...after that kick return Camp Randall was/is the loudest stadium I have ever been in. It felt like my brain was vibrating in my head.
And to add insult to injury... Prior to the return, my OSU alumn friend had just got to our seats after mixing a 'cocktail' with his stadium bought Diet Coke. My moronic brother-in-law (who was rooting for Sconnie) - while raising his arms in jubilation over the return - knocked my buddy's cocktail all over the seats in front of us (luckily no one was there)...I will never forget the look on my buddy's face...just 2 swift kicks to the nuts...
Cool write up.
Mark Titus signed some compression shorts, continuing the tradition of him donating signed worn clothing.
For what it's worth, these are safely tucked away in my closet...
Despite the loss, that Iowa game will always be special to me. It was my first game at the Shoe. Just me and my dad went. We had the opportunity to go that day because a neighbor had tickets and got the flu, or something, and couldn't go...so he gifted the tickets to my dad to take young me. Good memories of freezing in A deck with the old man.
Gonna go find out if this 'dad bod' thing is really a thing...I'll let you know. Luckily for my marriage, and family life, I'm pretty sure it's a crock of $&#@...
Reading about the ticket prices for Oklahoma makes me sad...guess I'll be traveling to Norman to watch the game in a bar...
Just having a bit of fun.
I do have to say, New Orleans is probably the most unique place I have ever been. Honestly didn't care for the quarter at all. My buddies and I ventured to, I think it's called the Garden District, to go to a craft beer place called The Bulldog. Enjoyed that area of town way more. Also, speaking of beer...Courtyard Brewery is one of the cooler breweries I have drank at.
Oh yeah...I've been to a Cal/Arizona game prior to the Ohio State/Cal game at Berkley...it is extremely quiet, and was maybe 60%-70% full.
I'd almost up your estimate of OSU fans at the Cal game...seemed like 60-70% scarlet to me.
It was awesome...while at Cal, as we were walking to the stadium we took a bathroom pit stop at a Starbucks, and while waiting in line one coed asks me, "Is there a football game, or something, today?".
(See 2010 Wisconsin)
...this was my bachelor party...ugh.
EDIT: Madison was cool though. Still think it was the loudest of any stadium I've been in, when they returned that opening kick off.
A few buddies and I have moved to different parts of the country post-college, so we use away games as an annual 'guys weekend' to meet up, have a 'few' beers, see a new/different part of the country and maybe get a little culture (a little) in the process. To date we have seen the Bucks play at Cal and Navy. Since the big away game last year was on Labor Day weekend (and most of us are family men now), that was an unfortunate no-go, so we hit up the Big Sleazy last October and attended the LSU/Florida game, instead. This year we're headed to Oklahoma...extremely pumped for that one...just worried about sourcing tickets... :-O ...(so, if anyone has any tips, I'm all ears!).
Were you wearing OSU paraphernalia?
Oh yeah. October 2010. Not fun.
I'm half joking.
In actuality my experiences there tell me a majority of the people of Madison are fine, just like a many other places.
As for the friendliest cities in America, Travel + Leisure listed San Antonio, Houston, and Madison.
The Iron King, Cardale Jones, First of His Name, Poacher of Badgers, Controller of Tides, Slayer of Ducks, Troll Sultan, ...Rounder of Wagons?..., and 12th Son of Ohio
Admittedly probably too much Berman-ese for my liking...
Wait, so your telling me that Demolition Man was wrong? What a crock of $&*!. Time to unload my Taco Bell stock...
Favorite Coffee = Free Coffee
I drink the stuff in the office ALL day long.
Solid #12 with no mayo fan here...
Surprisingly less calories than that veggie sandwich you mention...but I think avoiding mayo helps immensely in that dept.
Roger that. Downers Grove North High School. Denise Richards is a fellow graduate, as well...
Fax machines had their
teamtime in this country, short as it was. Colleges, though, love to dust off these relics for National Signing Day.
I'm assuming you meant 'time' above.
I work in the mortgage industry, and the industry would crumble without the fax machine. It's amazing to me that we haven't moved past this technology that is 25+ years old.
Though, as a kid in the mid-to-late eighties, I remember my mind being blown when my dad took me to - I think it was a bank - and paid to have a fax sent to someone. The idea, at the time, that someone 1,000 miles away could be looking at/reading the same document we were holding in our hands in a matter of minutes rather than days via the mail was just...
MAGE WINS $100,000 OSU SCHOLARSHIP.
None of this section made any sense to me...
What's funny is that I'm starting to apply the 'Happy Jamarco' meme in real life situations...and no one knows what I'm talking about...something good happens...I'm saying to myself, "That's 2 Happy Jamarcos", and my co-workers look at me like I'm nuts.
Ding ding ding...I'm thinking of Alcatraz...
What was the name of that bar that used to be at the Northwest corner of Lane and High? For the life of me I can't remember...you used to have to walk up stairs to get to it...
Heck yeah. Already have my hotel reservations in Bricktown OKC.
I'm not sure there's anything to be embarrassed about there, but that's just my $0.02.
Is this a Necessary Roughness reference???