Each week I skip to Jim Tressel's Least Favorite Moment of the Game before I read the whole article. Tressel is almost revered now like Woody was/is and even though this is satire, I can very much picture him doing all of the activities he is listed as doing. I would add that while working on his HMS Bounty model, he was probably wearing a Captain Bligh hat and perfecting his British accent.
Not Utica, that is outside Johnstown. He is regularly seen in town on motorcycles with his buddies.
Or even his intended receiver.
I handle workers' compensation claims and see WC injuries filed all the time for the result of pranks. Unless you're completely an innocent victim, termination is usually the outcome for those initiating the prank.
My doctor looks like she could have stepped out of a Ms. Fitness competition. First time I met her, I was half expecting Candid Camera to pop out at any time and I was truly wondering if she was a real doctor. By the way, she is terrific and now my wife sees her as well.
I pick the Minnesota game. I was watching that game on tv with my Mom and quit watching when they went down 31-0. I was 16 and aside from the beatdown it was already painful to watch a game in Johnstown before cable with the poor signal quality. I just couldn't keep watching. So, I left to go play basketball with friends. Came back later and my Mom, who never watched games except for the Michigan game every year, had faithfully kept the game on while sewing and excitedly tells me the game was awesome and we won! Don't regret missing the comeback and was just glad we came back.
When I was 13, I really hurt the feelings of my best friend, a girl who lived on my road and I'd been friends with since kindergarten. She never forgave me and unfortunately we didn't stay friends. She was kind of an ugly duckling who turned out to be the hottest girl in my school as a senior. Hindsight is 20-20 and for many reasons, I wish I could tell my 13 year old self not to be an ass that day, but I can't. We live with the hands we're dealt and the decisions we make and can never look back.
Happy birthday Ohio! I am proud to say my ancestors came to the Ohio territory in 1801 and my family has been here since.
The biggest takeaway I got from this is that Johnny is a high school teacher, which blows my mind. Did I read this right? I'm now pondering is he more like Mr. Kotter or Mr. Hand? I'm leaning towards a younger version of Mr. Hand.
Should I be getting a text box when I make a comment?
Bert to OSU would be the quickest hire and fire in the history of OSU football. It would have been a disaster and there would have been immediate calls to Fire Bert! Fire Smith! Fire Gee! Heck, fire everybody involved in this disaster. I can't imagine any OSU fans embracing him as coach of The Ohio State University.
Link to meet the staff didn't work. Forgive me if this was posted earlier.
This site is so awesome it needs its own theme song. Although, that's probably been covered already in a forum topic and if not then it probably soon will be. Thank you staff for all that you do! As someone who used to pick up Buckeye Sports Bulletin from the Big Bear on High St to get his recruiting fix, I am amazed by the amount and quality of the information available to your readers on a daily basis.
Nice post. We are incredibly blessed (and probably a bit spoiled) with the recent success of our two main programs at OSU. We have not enjoyed the continuous success that Thad has brought since probably Taylor's teams. Success breeds higher expectations.
I hate Michigan and don't think much of Hoke as a coach, but I for one am tired of the fat jokes. If you go to your 20 or 25-year high school reunions and are blessed to still be in great shape then good for you. Been to mine and I was one of the most fit people there despite being 25 lbs up from my age-21 weight. Mocking someone else's physical appearance is never cool.
And this is in response to no one in particular; just a general statement after reading the entire thread.
B1G was better when Beanie played. Hard to compare Hyde and Beanie since the level of competition isn't the same. Hyde is a beast though. His running yesterday reminded me of seeing Eddie's senior year.
My high school history teacher, Bob Dardinger, had a brother on the plane. I remember someone tried to talk to him about it in high school and he wouldn't speak about it. I do believe however he was interviewed for a Dispatch article a few years ago.
I once got on the Campus bus from the NE Oval to go to the Ohio Union when it was 10 below wind chill. Maybe not the most book smart, but I'm not stupid.
I can't mock this. Tomorrow, I'm taking my 8-year old twin daughters to his Columbus concert. One of my girls has a cardboard cutout of Bieber in her bedroom that she kisses goodnight before going to bed each night. She got it from Santa when she asked him for Justin Bieber for Christmas.I am hoping there will be a lot of hot moms there tomorrow.
Hodge: your work is a piece of art. Nicely done! BTW, I think it's funny that when you hover over the original picture at the top and "RIP Brutus" pops up.
Maestro, I have done the Father-Daughter dance with my 2nd grade twins for the last 3 years for Girl Scouts. When I go, there are always dads not dancing with their little girls. I tell everybody to dance with their daughters now because there's going to come a time that it's not cool to dance with Dad and then the next time you dance with them will be at their wedding. That usually gets the dads out of their chairs. Enjoy the dance, and if you figure what the Charlie Brown is, please let me know.
New Poll: Is Jim Delany a moron for suggesting this? Yes or No? I vote yes.
Michigan gets beat in the 2nd round.
The lyrics aren't quite right, but they should play Shaggy's "It wasn't me" every time he gets called for a foul.
Craft penetrating...good things happen!