I'm not an insurance guy, but a million dollar personal umbrella doesn't cost all that much--I think mine is under 200 bucks a year. I have it for many reasons, but this would be a good reason. I dont come close to making Schiano money, but am sure he is responsibly covered. If not he should fire his insurance guy.
Time to unleash that schematic advantage now.
I think that was the first time I ever saw those ridiculous big foam cowboy hats. The gleeful okies with their floppy stupid hats. They must suffer a loss in their home stadium.
I was at that game back in 77 also. My first game in the shoe up in C deck. I want revenge. The only way to wipe that pain away is to win this year and next year.
Remarks on mgo were horrible. Never seen so many idiots happy a college player had a,season ending injury. Losers on the field and off.
My first ever Buckeye Game in the show was vs Oklahoma in 1977. In C deck in the closed end, drizzle of rain, and watching that kick go through the uprights was so sad. Those visiting Oklahoma fans with their big foam cowboy hats and silly grins on their faces. It's time for revenge--again!
Five years. Gun. No time served. Perfect.
That wasn't a traffic ticket. If he had served the time he should have served Will Smith would be alive and his wife unharmed. It's not a bad thing to note that justice missed the mark on this one.
Fun post. Your picture of a bassman is not a 50s model, though its a Blackface from the 60s for the sake of those not familiar. The fifties amps including the bassman were not black. Some of Fender's earliest amps first were called "TV" fronts as they had a square cabinet with speaker cloth that resembled a TV picture tube. Then it was refined a bit and they are generally known as tweeds (the much loved 59 Bassman is a tweed amp). The piggybacks came in the early 60s I think with the brownfaces. There were a few blonde models then the blackfaces came in 63/64. The G&L's are great guitars. The G&L Comanche is one of the best guitars ever mass produced in my opinion. Thanks, Leo!
I agree that this is a class move--and it shows that Urban knows what being a Buckeye is all about. The five year thing was BS, but it's no accident that as soon as it's over that the Senator is invited back with no hesitation. No coach is perfect, just ask Woody Hayes--and the yard markers he broke and threw in the field, or the opposing player he punched. Tress deserves his rightful place among the greatest of Buckeye coaches and has more than earned the right to be an active part of the place where he contributed to the life of the university and more importantly to the students he coached. Makes me love our current coach even more that he wasted no time in getting him back here.
German bakery>French bakery always.
We've had some great, great players and great human beings on the basketball court here at OSU. I think Clark Kellogg is a great representative of OSU in the national media and also in the local community. I've had several personal experiences to reinforce that. Just what constitutes being worthy of the honor of having your name and number on a banner? It's nice to have, but it's even better just to do the good things that people who meet you just say--that's one special human being. Clark does a lot of things that makes him a special human being. So do a lot of people that don't play basketball, though. What is truly great is when someone has that elite athletic ability and star power and uses it for good. We hear about the "good role models," and it's a lot of pressure on a young person who receives accolades simply because he is a good athlete. We certainly hear about it in the national news when those young people falter, or more blatantly fall short. It's really powerful when those things come together for good. I'm almost of the opinion that the banner thing is for what happens on the basketball court--win the Neismath, the Wooden, lead your team to Final Fours, NCAA Championships, future NBA stars, champions, etc. There's not all that much room up there for all those who deserve recognition, however.
Not exactly bachelor party fare, but the world's best bakery is in Cincinnati. St Lawrence Bakery in Price Hill on Warsaw Ave. About 7 minutes for downtown and been there over 100 years. Makes a great breakfast delicacy the day after. Love the eclairs, peach slices, turnovers, creme horns, brownies, yum yum.
I just ate dinner and I'm fuller. I'm also all Buckeye!
More like grandpa going to a gay bar.
Also appearing--Richard Simmons, future strength and conditioning coach and recruiter in charge of sleepovers.
I don't know. There's never a good way to say it, but things are different in the last year and a half. Some of the differences are good ones, but a few things have slipped a little bit. I like to think it comes with the success of the program in some ways and there's growing pains when you grow. I don't know the numbers, but I'm sure that 11Ws numbers have grown substantially the last couple years. You can get some interesting personalities around here--not unlike Alabama or any other huge fan base. The digital world can be as unforgiving as middle school and sometimes people hit the save button without giving it much thought beforehand. We all love the Buckeyes and that's what makes it great here. Hopefully some of the old timers here can model a bit of restraint and respect. I think that's what the mods try to do and they also clean things up a bit. They shouldn't have to do it all, though. We all should make it easier for them. I appreciate the humor here, the information, the different personalities, and the fact that I'm a Buckeye. We should try to save the vitriol for TTUN, not waste it on each other. Being a Buckeye means being the best in my book, and that means not being like the other guys. Go Bucks!
Just win, baby. That makes it easy. Come on 2016!
Another great Buckeye football team! They have earned their way into history!
I've owned alot. Better luck with them than GM. I miss Graham Ford. I've used Krieger since Graham is gone. The secret to buying a new car is be educated and don't be in a hurry. Check all the dealers as there are good and not so good in every one of them.
He should have spent the evening with Rosie instead.
You never know what true happiness is until you get married. . . then it's too late.
The only disability that comes in a bottle.
I think I would enjoy seeing them beat Alabama. I don't know that I would like giving them any ground in recruiting, though. Just don't be embarrassed, Sparty. As for Dantonio--he's not our coach anymore. I don't hate him, don't love him, but I do respect him.