Yeah, but their locker room may not have air conditioning.
I wonder what would happen to a non Alabama football player caught smoking weed in a parking lot with an unliscensed firearm, at 2:00am. I bet you wouldn't be released in the morning on a $300 bond.
seriously, if he doesn't want the NFL job, the money and guidelines that go with it, then time for Cleveland to find somebody who does.
Um, nobody has done that in CFB history. Herman is a good coach, I need see a bigger picture than 16 games before I could even mildly entertain that notion.
He could learn to pick and eat grass, instead of Boogers, there.
Penn State thought the same thing.
Assuming Ohio State beats Rutgers.
if I were a voter, I would be hard pressed to not put the Louisville/Clemson winner #2. I can't see putting Michigan ahead of Ohio State. The motivation the Buckeyes could get from "sliding down" in the rankings, can't be a bad thing, as the season moves forward.
Had a 16" pepperoni, from there, about 3 weeks ago.....probably the last pie I'll ever get from Myles with it closing so soon, and the wait already so long......too bad, was right up there as my favorite pizza I've ever had. It shares the top spot with Johnstown's Villa Pizza.
all things come to an end, just sucks when it's a great thing.
Pepsi or Coke?
That hair though. Caught myself looking a little too closely at that hairdo, and I have no idea, what's going on.
I'm sure Danny could be a Buckeye, if he wanted to, but the trouble is OSU can only have about 20 or so do it with a scholarship. College isn't cheap, and the chance for a full ride scholarship is important to most.
Clark could always be a walk on, but doubt he wants to pay for college.
I don't know Danny Clark. I don't know any other kids being recruited by Ohio a State, for football. I don't know any of Ohio State's football coaches. I don't know what I'm talking about, here, lol.
They must not have realized that Les coached all those game without air conditioning. If I were Les, I would appeal the firing to Louisiana District Attorney Jerry Jones.
Upon further review, kitchens were created