Someone downvoted your disparaging remarks about the back of your ballsack. That'll teach you to be so negative. Let this be a warning to anyone who would start any Fire Knarcisi's ballsack threads.
I'm glad we have Cardale. He made a lot of teachers and principals happy yesterday when he said how much he valued his education. I know my class today saw a picture of Cardale Jones on my projection screen with a quote underneath, ", , , one of the most important things is for me to graduate." Just think, if I lived in Florida I would have had, "the most important thing was to steal those crab legs." Proud to be a Buckeye Fan!
What my cat could be thinking, "Meow. . . I'm so tired of these Braxton posts. Where's my scratching post?"
We love Cardale. We want Cardale to make millions of dollars and be happy for his whole life. I don't care what team he gets it from, just get rich and do well. Do it, man! Money ain't everything, but it sure can make things easier. We are all rooting for you as much as when you were starting those games!
Well, Heisman winners and candidates have a better chance to be in the National Championship game than most mortals. They win sometimes, too!
It was a different world in many ways back in 1969 when Woody won his last title. I remember very well watching the news every day as a kid during the Vietnam war and seeing flashed up on the tv screen the number of soldiers KIA and those wounded. Those soldiers didn't have phones to call home or internet to see their loved ones. News from home about things like sports was a lifeline to normalcy in a situation that was far from normal--getting shot at and shooting at people, seeing people you know alive one minute and blown to smithereens the next. You can say it's only football, but sometimes "only football" is what you need more than anything else. For a Buckeye soldier to actually be able to meet Coach Hayes while in theater is special. Woody did so much to help people that it should be a huge book. So many stories are around that all need to be assembled together before we lose them--how about it, Ramsy? Great story.
You really just have to watch some of the bowl games with Woody coaching. He was great, but was very stubborn at times. Sometimes his way worked--like just lining up in that T formation and shoving it down the throat of the other team. Sometimes that was predictable and opposing coaches used his predictability. But John Cooper lost what seemed like some sure Natty's too. It's all part of the game and nothing is for sure. I remember Ann Arbor in 1969, when we weren't losing to anyone. I was in the stands when Saban's Spartans somehow beat us. Those were unbelievable, but we lost and the national championship was gone. That's what makes those things so special. It was a long wait from 1968 to 2002--not quite so long for the next one! I'm ready to repeat next year, that's for sure.
Luke Fickell is a Buckeye Warrior and always will be. That head coaching year was like getting an anvil with a chain around your neck. To find out in June that you are the "head coach" of Ohio State with limited powers and all the crap that went on was no picnic, and it really was not a true head coaching job. Fickell has never gotten the thanks that he deserves for keeping things together.
That's a shout out to his new players, coaches, school, and fans. I got no problem at all with that. He has earned that. Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye!
This is cool--so cool.
I guarantee that Cardale Jones will never have to pay for an education at the Ohio State University after what he has done the past three games.
As do all those who respectfully and patiently refrained from the site eating gifs. Well done, Jason and everyone!
Tom Herman should be known as a quarterback guru from now on, and that will be great for him in recruiting and building his team at Houston. I am looking forward to seeing how he does it.
Yes--I wonder if the people in Houston know that he's a member of Mensa?