Yes. Yes I would.
The funny part is that Jimbo's legacy has already devolved to that point. When your team becomes a running punchline not just among your rivals but the entire nation, game over man. GAME OVER.
MY MAN CARDALE!
My 4 year old knows this movie word for word, well any Pixar movie for that matter.
I PLAN on going.. but nothing solid as of yet.
I think a lot of hate for our generation comes from the visibility of our generation. You just didn't see that in the past. The vocal minority tend to be the ones saying that while the quite majority are the ones who would make it happen. Of the people my age (28) who I know closely would serve in a second if called upon. While I'm against war in any way, shape or form, if it's deemed necessary and I had to go, I'll nut up and make it happen.
Its quite hilarious seeing the comments over there. They seem to freak out consistantly over this game. They think they are going to face the exact team they faced last year. While it will be a battle, don't expect those same weaknesses to shine on Labor Day.
Syracuse and the number 44 is a bit of a thing. I could understand, both as a fan and former player, why I'd want that number to stay.
Humidity. That's what I hate. Everything else? Manageable.
No I did not. Graduated from Tiffin University with my BBA in '10. I plan on getting my MBA soon and Ohio State is one of my choices.
For a team I played on? Coombs. High school would have been that much more fun.
For Ohio State? Ed Warinner of course.
Made *Ohio State look better.
Fixed it for ya. :)
I saw a few chaps with that shirt. Love to see the evidence of the Bucks brutality on the backs of my countrymen. :)
What? Just.. what? WHAT? Holy lord you just made no sense.
1996 Ford Thunderbird. Delicious horses for a 17 year old considering. Had it until about 2 years ago when I bought the.. mini van.. luckily I already have my own car (Ford Fusion) which I bought 3 years ago. :)
Ditto. I continued on a different path than most football players.. as I went on scholarship to run track in college and abandoned football. Still miss football but have no regrets. :)
That's why you don't get 'trends' and get something unique and personal. :)
Deform? I hardly call my tattoo deforming myself. A lot of folks, including myself, see certain forms of body art beautiful.. like wearing a tailored suit.
While you are free to think, you are being a bit harsh against anyone who speaks up against you when you yourself are being the 'judgemental prick' as it were to begin with. ;)
Mod edit: No religious or political comments, please. Why do you like wheat instead of white?
..they weren't religious or political in any way besides mentioning the fact of choice.. like you know.. the statement you left? Come on now.
My tattoo (my entire right bicep) signifies to me where I come from and where I've been and when I complete the sleeve, it will be about my future. I love the way it looks and will always love the way it looks.
Having fun is a trademark of a great team. When you stop having fun and stop clowning around.. bad things happen.
Jumped up and down screaming "WE'RE GOING TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!"
Twas glorious. :)
Sadly, with the 'back pad' rule, unless EZE removes it, he has no loop holes. But as noted below.. at least it didn't become a trend and rocked by the man, the myth, the legend.
Reppin 330 in the 614
2.. because it looked cool and 83 isn't exactly made for a DB. :P