(He is) one of the fastest players on the roster
uh hm dont know what that says about the rest of the team but thats great for kenny!
i made it my goal that someone would make this exact comment on each and every one of my posts this summer. so far so good
i can cut each of you guys a cool million each, just remember that they come in the form of postdated checks, so just be sure not to cash them until the year 10,000
everybody should work out, and calling a woman a man just cuz she's good at it is a pretty crappy/sexist thing to do imo, so i wouldnt go as far as "disgusting" but i agree with your overall sentiment!
i probably coulda gone for at least a few more but at that point i was tempting fate with my lower intestine
in the past, sure, but i think the downturn in attendance that has effected the less successful teams is part of an overall trend that will start hitting the more successful teams soon. the declining attendance in ohio stadium for crappy games is an indicator that this is already happening here, and it'd be arrogant of OSU not to recognize it.
like i said in my post, they are taking some steps, but i dont think that they go far enough.
jennifer thompson is one of my fitness heroes/heroines, her technique is really technically great while also looking effortless
it's a really bad press, but frankly if i even tried that it would literally kill me and i'm still impressed. i want to see a legit bench press from her because she should be able to get 250ish, which is still a great number
8pm-8:01pm - Why Aren't You in Bed Yet w/Mark Dantonio
that is pretty terrific
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i follow two college athletes on twitter: michael bennett and james louis. because they are both incredible
but other than that, no athletes, no tweeting, no messaging, nuthin. i texted zach boren once to set up an interview. BUT THAT'S IT
lol that's not a deflection, it's my point. i've already addressed it above, but the platform of ohio state wouldn't exist without players like braxton miller. again, it's a chicken versus egg argument. you can take this all the way back to "does ohio stadium get built without chic harley" and even then it's debatable.
both both the image of braxton miller AND ohio state are intertwined through over a hundred years of history, and the university and the athlete have had a mutually beneficial relationship that entire time, with one side benefiting the most by far. if it were so easy to just create a brand worth 140 million in revenue every year, why doesn't every school do it regardless of their athletics? TEXAS PAN-AMERICAN UNIVERSITY HAS 20,000 STUDENTS AND CAN ONLY MANAGE 7 MIL IN ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT REVENUE?!? what a bunch of lazy bums!
but your fortune 500 company will likely not let you go if you decide to open your own business, and that's the entire point.
i think the people who fill that uniform are just as responsible for making it mean something as the university that gives it to them. remove archie griffin, chris spielman, eddie george, chic harley, braxton miller, scoonie penn, greg oden, and literally thousands of other people who made their jersey what it was and its just a piece of cloth that no one gets too excited about