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Maybe Urban pitched the idea over dinner to Phil after the Spring Game.
I think the other poster was referring to Jackson going straight to Ohio State vs going to Blinn first...he would have to sit out a year if he went straight from Auburn to Columbus, regardless of the RS, right or no?
Those would be 2-6...Ken Griffey Jr Baseball is obviously #1.
Not sure what you mean, that looked like a real miss to me, and the guy on the bottom can't believe he didn't get hit.
Who's the one (or a few) players you are most looking forward to see suit up this fall either for the first time as true freshman, or see their first significant playing time since being in Columbus and why? To me, it's one of the things I most look forward to, and separates CFB from the NFL. You get a completely new roster in CFB every 4-5 years. Yes your favorite players move on more often, but you also get a whole new group of players every year as well to be excited about.
Was into it as a kid, Saturday Morning with Hulk Hogan wrestling some guy named Fred Smith who looked like he was just pulled out of the crowd. Loved it. Used to rent previous years Royal Rumbles on VHS when I'd sleepover a friends house, and we'd spend all night jumping off of couches onto Wrestling Buddies.
My HS/College Years coincided with Austin at his peak, along with the Rock and Goldberg, so I still tuned in often for Monday Night Raw. Stone Cold made for very entertaining TV.
I couldn't tell you anything about todays wrestlers or last time I tuned in. The only live event I saw was when there was a show at our local civic center...they usually come at least once a year. Triple H was here, and we had fairly close seats, so we made some signs (I may have professed my love for Trish Stratus on one...), but I made one that said Triple H, with the Triple crossed out, and Preparation wrote on top of it. He was doing his pre-match thing, going to each corner, standing on the ropes, and he looks out, trying to be menacing, and sees the sign, and couldn't help but smile. It was awesome.
Top 10 in no particular order: Goldberg, Stone Cold, LOD, Hogan, The Rockers, Old School Undertaker, Brock Lesner, Ultimate Warrior, Bret Hart.
Buddy of mine got to seem him when they played the Hagerstown Suns, and said the same thing...place was packed.
What worked well?
Any chance TTUN claims victories over either of these teams?
bingo-take care of it, and even the cheap stuff will last. I'd put grills in the same category. I see so many decent grills just sitting outside, uncovered, and rusting out.
Fine with me. Until he proves he can field a defense that can stop anyone, not worried in the least about him.
Put him at Maryland and let him do what he did for Oregon.
I was waiting 10mins for the Notre saw comment to be locked to type something stupid about ND...dammit.
the phrase Austin 3:16 turns 21 today, in honor of that, a clip featuring Austin beating up Steiner...TTUN loses again.
Inherited all of my dads stuff when he passed away, so I really haven't even had to buy too much. I try to buy as much quality as I feel like I need for as much as I'll use it. I bought an 18V Ryobi set (drill, reciprocating saw, circular saw, flashlight) and all of them are still going strong. I've had to replace the 2 batteries once, but I've had the set now for 10+ years. A similar set from Dewalt would've been at least twice as much...at what point does it become worth it? Also have a Ryobi mitre saw that again, I've had it 10+ years, and have probably used it more than anything other then my drill. I did spend up on the Bosch pocket drill back when Bob and Tom were promoting it. One of the best purchases I've ever made. Small drill that is easy for anyone to use and can drive a nail just like the 18V. Have yet to change batteries on it, again 10+ years. I had some Home Depot gift cards when I got it, unless I probably never would've spent $100+ for a single drill around 10V.
I'm lucky to have a father in law who spares no expense when buying anything. He's bought a very nice (not sure of the brand) wet saw that he got to "share" but we've had it more then he has. He got me a very nice Bostich Air compressor/nail gun set, that I probably never would've bought myself for Christmas a couple years ago.
Is that considered news? I mean, I could see if he was naked or drunk, and jumped on the hood before getting into the cab...either Dan Rosen left out some details like he stormed out in a fit of rage, or left it early before it ended, or he's tweeting about what exactly?
In reference to GSWs upcoming cap issues (I admittedly know next to nothing regarding specifics), I thought it was reported that their core of Durant, Curry, Thompson, Green, and Igudola can be kept for another several years if not longer due to them drafting Curry/Thompson/Green, and Durant getting his Bird rights soon or something, once he does another couple of the 2 year (opt out 2nd) deals. I think they are set for at least another 4-5 years barring significant injuries to any of those players.
Ward wasn't flagged for that hit, correct? Looks eerily similar to the hit Roby put on the Iowa TE and was tossed.
Not a secret why the Buckeyes got both Wade and Okudah last year, and why they are in on several of the top CBs this year as well.
Can't wait. I'll be in my new house when this kicks off...and it's conveying with a wall mounted TV that is bigger than my current one and a surround sound system...