I consider myself middle age and haven't lived in Columbus since 94, I have lived in German Village rented a Condo there for a couple of years and my mother currently lives in German Village. If I were to move back that is where I'd want to live, it's pricey there compared to the Burb's but the location is great.
Every player is different some are late bloomers, some it just takes more time for the light to come on and realize they have to put in more work to become a better player and compete. I'd say Dunn had just as much talent as Weber coming but out of HS, does he have the drive to excel that Weber has, we shall see. I remember Hyde's first few years, fans were still clamoring for Berry to get more touches then Hyde blew up, Berry never panned out.
I don't care who the backup is, I know they'll be a great Running Back and get the job done because they have to earn it, I just don't think Dunn is going to lay down and give up the spot.
I don't know who will be Zeke's backup but I can tell you right now Dunn didn't come to Ohio State to ride the bench either, there will be a fight. Iron sharpens Iron.
Get well soon Noah looking forward to seeing you back on the football field.
My wife graduated from Alabama so we go to one home game a year, she is going to have foot surgery in a couple of weeks and will be scootin it for awhile so I'm not sure what game we'll go to this year.
Would love to get my hands on a bottle of Old Forester Birthday Bourbon but I won't hold my breath, I'm sure I would enjoy it as much as The Situational.
12 GAGE BABY!!!
Next time I'll add is fresh crushed garlic in with the onions and peppers and might try some mozzarella.
My favorite is still using ground pork, adding rub, then topping it with vidalia onion, bell peppers, jalapeño, shredded cheddar and topping it with BBQ sauce before rolling it and wrapping it. When it gets to an internal temp of 155 brush some BBQ sauce on top so it can set and pull it at 165. I like using Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce.
SL you know my door is always open.
It's funny you should mention Bourbon, I've been thinking of starting threads in the future from time to time called BBQ, Bourban & Beer, featuring something Smoked or Grilled along with a Bourbon or Beer.
Served with some warm homemade Marinara Sauce on the side and salad. Wish I would have crushed a Garlic Clove and added it with the Onions and Peppers, next time.
For those interested in the Pepper Stout Beef I just pulled it out of the Oven and it's smell's amazing, going to let it cool for a bit and shred it for Sandwiches tomorrow.
Have to give it a little taste.
Maka, I've never had a Facebook account, I appreciate the suggestion though.
2hrs in and the fatty's I.T. is at 150, the Chuck Roast is at 153, both are coming off the grill when they hit 165. The Roast will then be put in a covered pan with with onions, bell peppers, jalapeño's, crushed garlic clove, quarter cup of Worcestershire and a bottle of Guinness. In the oven at 350 for probably another 3 hrs, or until it's tender enough to twirl a fork through it like spaghetti. Going to shred it for sandwiches.
I have a German Shepard and Chocolate Lab, we do 3.25 every morning before my cup of coffee, I also did 20 miles on the Road Bike after that, so I can eat whatever I want today.
Leftover Pizza I cooked on the Weber Kettle last night, I think I'll wash it down with a DFH 90min IPA.
The angle of Evan Spencer's block on the Bama Linebackers at the 2:25 mark is just a thing of beauty.
The head scratcher for me is the 2016 class is full and Thad is still hot on the recruiting trail, he must strongly feel or know someone is planning on leaving early down the road. I could see one of the Bigs or Lyle going pro before 2017 but I'm not so sure about 2016.
I'm really hoping Trent JR is a Buckeye one day.
I would tell them, you have a middle of the pack Big 12 team (Mizzou) come into the SEC and win the SEC East 2 years in a row, you need to worry about your own damn selves. Oh yeah and the SEC East Champ lost a regular season game last year to B1G bottom feeder Indiana, you're not as good as you think are and lucky you're in the SEC East and not the B1G East. Scrubs!
Buck-I-Guy pushed my 50 year old mother out of the way at a game to get on TV. That tool has been on my shi tlist since. An embarrassment.— Kirk Barton (@Kirk_Barton) August 19, 2015