See, someone has the hang of it.
And with the call ... Gus Johnson. Let's just go ahead and crown him as our favorite announcer.
You missed the point.
Thanks for the F edit on the title if that was you.
No, and since the Cleveland Browns have yet to run me off, I never will.
Yes, Oyster, that was terribly hard. Point is, if you're going to post a thread referring to an article, post a link to the article. That ... Wasn't so hard.
I remember where I was. It was St. Patty's day and I was in a bar in downtown Greenville, SC. I was with some friends originally from Indiana that noticeably did not care for Ohio State ... Perfect when you can see the dagger strike.
Nice article, Patrick. This is my biggest concern, but as usual, master motivator Meyer is on it. Good thing is, right out of the chute, we have plenty of payback motivation with VT. I want it ugly, in their house.
They got to hear Gus Johnson say "Blood Thirsty". That must have been pretty cool.
Should have shown the game being over too ... Like a mercy killing.
Yeah, it's late, and my brain is FRIED. And SCRAMBLED.
A dozen Keggs?
You better rEGGulate.
You mean it bakes the cake.
Stop pulling my Legg.
A step further. One that Texas doesn't recruit.
Just south of Bimini. I fish there every year.
Might not be a popular comment and no knock on Eli Apple, but I'd hate to think him being a lock is a foregone conclusion. We have a lot of talent in Conley, Webb, and Lattimore. I also think Erick Smith makes his way onto the field, although that will likely be at nickel. Apple really improved, but looked really, really raw and young at times and always had trouble turning and finding the football. The Cincinnati game, I was screaming, even about Grant, "can we get some athletic, lockdown corners around here again for crying out loud ?!?". Anyway, strong competition breeds success. May the best two win the job, and may the next two be ready for Next Man Up.
Yes, but it will need to be Angry Jamarco.
Come on. He dealt with an agent and didn't screw over anyone intentionally. Matter of fact is that Cooper took this program to another level. As did Tresel, after him, and as Urban is doing now. And Carter surely does admit to his mistakes with drug use and has used his story at places like the NFL Rookie camp. Shitty comment.
Get well, Meech. We know you're reading!
Then honor him by putting him as your favorite player in your 11W profile. I agree, and did so this past week.