Ive been a fan since 1970 so i have a lot to confess:
Never been a fan of the OH - IO thing. And i've never made the OHIO hand signals.
I think Earle Bruce was a mediocre coach and dont understand why he is so revered
I think Herbie is pretty good
I liked Terrell Pryor and thought he said some funny things
I think UM has cool helmets
I like Wisconsin's fight song
I think the whole "scUM" "TTUN" stuff is kind of lame
It never really bothered me when Tress's teams were a little thugish
On the other hand, i think he suffered a huge ethical breach by failing to report the violations and i think our fan base looks bad when it tries to gloss over it.
Speaking of fan bases--- i concede that ours can hold its own when it comes to being obnoxious - not that we are alone-- UK basketball, UM any sport, PSU, ND are all among the worst. I just think OSU fans can be just as bad.
BONUS - confession against the Big Ten:
I could give a shit whether any other Big Ten teams win bowl games. I certainly dont want to see UM or PSU win any bowl games ever.
I can relate to the meltdown, though not the score (i usually shoot in the low 90s and my best is 85). Its usually a 43 on the front and 50 on back that pisses me off.
They won the Pinstripe Bowl and received rings -- how cute!
Cant believe this hasnt made an appearance yet!
Byars in his prime might have been the best back i ever saw (i go back to Archie). He had it all - size, speed, great hands. Fast enough to run kick offs back!
1. 2015 National Championship Game- OSU over Oregon
2. 2003 ALCS Game 7 - Aaron Boone game - Yanks vs Red Sox
3. 2001 World Series - Yanks vs Diamondbacks -Games 4 and 5 (extra innings both nights, game tying HR in bottom of 9th each night; walk off HR game 4; walk off RBI single game 5)
4. 2000 World Series - Game 1 - Yanks vs Mets - subway series extra innings win for Yankees
5. 1992 World Series- Game 2 - Reds vs A's - extra inning win for Reds
6. 1991 Final Four Semi finals - Hoosierdome - Duke upsets UNLV (Kansas beats NC in the opener)
7. OSU v Michigan 1974 - Michigan misses game winning FG in last minute (OSU 12 UM 10)
8. OSU v Illinois 1984 - Keith Byars goes crazy, Cris Carter makes amazing catches and the Bucks win after starting off in a big hole
9. OSU v Oklahoma 1977 - Good guys lose but maybe best college football game I've ever seen
10. OSU v Iowa 1985 - OSU upsets No. 1 Iowa
I thought this one was pretty good
Im going to the show at MSG at the end of the month - definitely looking forward to it.
Ive been a fan since 1977 and saw them in '78, '79 and '80 in Columbus (first show at Vets, second two at St Johns Arena). I took a little break during the synth heavy stuff, which has since grown on me, and caught the last 5 tours or so in NY. The early shows were amazing -- nearly entire version of 2112 at each show. And the Hemispheres and Permanent Waves shows each featured full versions of Cygnus x-1 and Hemispheres back-to-back. Really amazing shows. Back then, seemed like every other person at school was wearing a Rush tour shirt on the day after a show!
Favorite album? Moving Pictures, Farewell to Kings (All the Worlds A stage is close behind)
Song: Closer to the Heart (live version), Xanadu, 2112 (overture/temples), Red Barchetta, Fly by night
Member: all of them
Well that one less trash talker to deal with.
Trash talking ---- the hallmark of the Hoke-led Wolverines. In the end, all the talk, "ohio" insults, fighting -- just form over substance.
Apparently, he played Sheriff Farley
yep, but i think of him as Walter Hagan from Bagger Vance, or the defense attorney in the Insider!
While we are waiting, here is some trivia that some may not know-- - the actor who played DDay in Animal House is one of those character actors who is highly recognizable today, as he has been in a ton of movies , tv shows (Bagger Vance, the Insider, Runaway Jury, Cinderella Man, W, Lincoln)
What a fickle game football is, isn't it?
Did we win?
We need more threads about your favorite band, concert, film, best golf course, etc to distract us!
Agreed- - i play golf every saturday AM until the course closes in December, so i want every kickoff to be 7pm or later! Though to be honest, 3:30 works fine and i can always dvr the noon games
The Bon Scott era was the only version of AC/DC i saw (5x between '78 and '79). This is how i remember them!
As an aside, the OP certainly has an interesting upvote to downvote ratio!
Thanks. Forgot to mention that one =-- I've played both courses there. Also, wildfire at the JW Marriott. I like Grayhawk but of all of the courses i've played out there, it seems like i always run into a really slow round there.
Love Troon North. I'm going to try to play Boulders next time I'm out there.
I really liked We Po Ka. So many nice courses out there. I also played Talking Stick and TPC Scottsdale last time i was there.
In my experience, all you have to do is look the part, but act it. You don't have to be a pro, or scratch golfer, just don't play slow, respect the course, and know and follow the rules. After that, you should have fun and probably get invited back.
Totally agree. Also, its important to play the appropriate tees -- don't play beyond your handicap (e.g., if you are a 25, you have no business playing from the tips).