I never said I wasn't still excited.
Well, this season just got less exciting, but more interesting. Get well soon, Brax.
Oh, fate. Why you so terrible?
I STILL don't know if I believe Brax runs a 4.32
(yes I do)
(OF COURSE HE DOES)
(YOU'RE STUPID TO DENY IT. TAKE A LAP.)
(pls just beat TTUN)
Still concerned about Navy. But hell, after watching the Blackhawks, how stressful can Buckeye football be?!?!?
(seriously, I might vomit at some point during a potential upset game a la Northwestern)
(TTUN -WILL- KILL ME)
After the 2007 bloodbath in Glendale...yes. Yes he must. YOU OWE US ONE, DAMMIT.
But seriously, he came along at the perfect time and put a stop to a coaching situation that was beginning to spiral wildly out of control. He saved us from the Abyss. Or someone like Gary Patterson
honestly, how in the world are we supposed to know until we play games? Sure, adding Franklin to PSU looks good on paper, but adding Rutgers as a program looks worse. Who knows.
It is customary to have 3 QBs per team
not anymore. after preseason, the majority of the teams only keep 2 QBs on the roster, then usually stash one on the Practice squad or something. Teams started giving that 3rd QB spot to another position that has a better chance of contributing, whether it be special teams work or something else.
Sleep deprivation caused by drugs, maybe? If I'm not careful, relatively harmless medications I'm on can sneak up on me while I'm driving and seriously affect my attention.
I had a nighttime close call due to a combo of a strange lighting situation and a homeless guy meandering across the intersection and walking in front me as I was at a stoplight waiting to turn right. If you're gonna take your time crossing a shady area of the road at night, wear something other than all black.
tl;dr- pls be telling the truth, Roby
This is probably my favorite #hot #take that DJ has written for this site. Excellent choice of main photo, as well. Well done, m8
"Is it wrong that I wanna get it on 'til I die?" #RiseandGrind #TheStruggle
-Jim Tressel @JimTressel5 5:34 AM 4 May 2014
2 of the last 3 Wrestlemanias have been outdoors- XXVIII in Miami's Sun Life Stadium in 2012, and 29 in Jersey's MetLife Stadium in 2013. They're pretty good at it- an elaborate set design, including a thematically appropriate, generously-sized canopy constructed over the ring. (see links for images of what I'm talking about)
The Shoe would be no problem at all. I am beyond excited at the possibility of this happening.
Aren't the south stand renovations keeping attendance from surpassing ~90k?
I'm a casual aquaintance of a few members of Armani Reeves' family, so that lantern article(despite what I might have seen on the field multiple times last year) was a nice read. I really really REALLY hope he has a good season.
...man, that's just odd reasoning. All other things aside: if you go to The Ohio State University, win 8 NCAA championships, set 4 world records- all without a scholarship, no less- you should be able to claim "Buckeye" status easily, birthplace be damned.
Conference pride can eat hell. The state of Michigan got #rekt proper, m80s. It was glorious.
Close game, good fight, but still.
Ouch. Get well soon, bud.
No, like, soon. REALLY SOON.
yeah man, Marty and Rust for only one more episode. Then it's on to an entirely different world.
As far as the spoilers go, I clicked and glimpsed at the first two lines, got as far as the guy getting pissed and calling TD the new "Lost", and was like NOPE. Did a 360 and walked away.
>complaining about the True Detective finale a week before it airs
Good lord, people. This show has been nothing short of literary. To me, even from the first episode, it hasn't been about a whodunit(although that is, you know, the major plot point)- it's been about getting to know the setting, the events, the people- namely Marty and Rust- inside and out, seeing how they interact and fit together. The format of the show- 3+ different timelines being shown at once, tying things together- has told more of a story in seven episodes than most shows do in an entire run.
Now don't get me wrong, I care how it ends- but I don't see any way, any action or turn events can take, that can ruin the experience watching the show week in and week out has given me. Unanswered questions aren't the worst thing in the world. Sometimes it's about the journey, not the destination.
Great article, wasn't expecting a history lesson this early on a Saturday morning. Neat.
Oh, my. *flexes bicep, revealing tattoo of Tom Herman flexing HIS bicep, which features a Block O*
But seriously- Good luck, Coach Johnson. Way to get right after it.
I hope Maryland and Rutgers perform like Missouri and Texas A&M and shut me up but they probably won't.
Oh God, I hope not. If that happens, and, say, Maryland can win the conference championship their second year in the conference, then the B1G is in way worse shape than we thought.
Not like the media would give us a pass the way the SEC did, either. Two middling Big XII teams come to GOD'S CONFERENCE and are instantly competitive, and somehow the perception is that the competition elevated them...?
Agreed. yeah, DJ has to be trolling. Whoever threw these together was like "oh yeah, needs a number," saw the Cincinnati Bearcats unis, and was like "sure, that's a good font." Probably got bored and forgot to do the helmet, too.
I mean, these things are like a Brundlefly amalgamation of a hockey jersey, a football uniform design template, around 6 Arena Football League 2 VHS tapes from 2001, and the gaudiest Block O they could find. IT HURTS TO LIVE