Not bad for a guy Urban had to "steal" from that powerhouse that is UK's football program.
Not only for the mental test and the grind it out win. But for it cementing Barrett's ability to lead this team. Yeah...he put up some stats in the games between the loss and that game. But the first overtime possesion was when you saw that leader mentality. The gut check moment when you see what someone is made of. He showed he had the mental makeup to get the job done when it was most crucial. The National Championship doesnt happen if he doesnt step up in that moment and will his team to that victory in that situation. Thats when I knew this kid was a leader...the kind of guy you know will give you everything he has every time you take the field together. And will ask nothing more than the same in return.
The calm and quiet during the early morning during a snow storm. So quiet you can hear the snow falling. Nothing better.
Laying on your back in the country on a clear night and stargazing. Never realized how much I missed it until I moved to the city. Absolutely the most peaceful and beautiful sight to watch the sky change.
Memorial Stadium in Bloomington. Not a hulking cathedral of gridiron glory...but a great place to take in a Buckeye game. Especially when its your first real taste of seeing the Buckeyes live outside of the Spring Game.
The lacrosse game before the Spring Game...a chance to catch a sport I dont fully understand. Sitting with the parents of the kids on the field in front of you. Who are more than happy to explain it to you
Getting home after a long day at work and putting on the comfy pants. pants suck.
I thought that show was fantastic. Was pissed when I found it wouldnt return for a second season. But was pleasantly surprised by the show they replaced it withn the 100. Still...thought the had a great premise for a series. The last show was a great jumping off point for the rest of the series.
Oh I got it my man. Just wanted to say my peace about thehot garbage that show became.
Two and a Half Men was written for Charlie Sheen. Chuck Lorre drug it out as an F You to Sheen after he melted down. The show had run its course even before Sheen left. It became a dumpster fire of crap after. And the series finale was an hour of bad jokes and shots at Sheen. Only thing I found funny was Jake's cameo and Berta was her usually hilarious self. The rest was just shameful garbage.
Well...we played our 3rd string QB in both halves against Wisky, Bama and Oregon. And won a National Championship.
I have looked at it in its totality. Urban Meyer didnt get where he is by being shortsighted. I am sure that there was a conversation between him and Weber to calm the waters. And even though it woukd would be a blow, there was probably mention of giving him a release if he felt oike he wasnt going to be happy in Columbus. Why do I think this? Because you dont want to have the image ofa coach who holds a kid hostage to prove a point. Kids talk to each other, and if Weber felt like he was being held to an agreement he didnt feel comfortable with it would get around. Meyer probably gave him time to process it, look at who the new coach was going to be and decide if he was on board. Obviously Wilcher is satisfied with what Meyer had to say about the situation. As is Weber...he is still on board. None of us here know the inner workings of what went down. And probably never will. The situation has been settled...Weber is happy, Wilcher is happy and the rift has been repaired. See no reason why Weber would transfer down the line.