Does a 2 pack of Pop Tarts count as breakfast?
Ha...stupid auto correct!
Pick Central is my local HS. Although my boys won't be there for several years, we still go to plenty of games each year. The field is walking distance from our house. This school puts out a lot of talent recently in both hoops (C. Levert, J. Tate, etc) and football (D. Hamilton, T. Charlton, Roger Lewis, the Borden brothers, etc....I'm missing a lot). But Ellison is right up there. He's a stud and only committed to OU and a 3 star because of those injuries. I'd love to see him in scarlet & gray. And I'd hate to miss out on another stud RB in their backyard like L. Bell (Groveport).
I took a few evening classes. The one I remember most was a Phys Ed class on football officiating. Like you probably think, there were several football players in there. I thought it wold be easy since I played football from the time I was 6 years old through my senior year in high school. I was dead wrong. I think I had to study harder to get a good grade in that class than I had to for Calculus.
Nice work! But I dumped TW years ago for Directv.
There will be serious problems if they target the out'r'inn or varsity club.
I totally agree. It's sad that students no longer have to long jump over pee puddles in bathrooms like you had to do at Southberg to get to the urinal, or wonder what exactly was dripping on your head while frequenting the basement bars like Purity.
Here is another article by BTSC from yesterday praising Grant on his tackling fundamentals:
This was one of several articles about Grant from BTSC I've ready the last few weeks. He has been playing very well, from what I can tell.
And I love the my Steelers keep investing in Buckeyes. Shazier is a superstud in the making. As well as Cam (who may already be there). They also invited Donald Washington to camp as well.
My thoughts exactly. This is painful.
1991 was my sophomore year at OSU. The best thing about this season was going to Cleveland for the game versus Northwestern, and thanks to my fake ID at the time, getting shitfaced watching Robert Smith run all over them.
What is the skinny on DT Davon Hamilton? Just wondering as I live in Pickerington, saw him play in HS, and was curious.
CL, this is worth mentioning. How about when that particular 11W'er blew it and didn't use the perfect "OSU in the Frozen Four in Boston" excuse for 4 Columbus residents traveling through downtown Providence during the famous 1998 Phish Island Tour? Thank goodness the RI Highway Patrol mountie dismissed us.
Makes total sense since the Browns are loaded with WR talent. Ha!
So who is going to be picking against the Browns all year long in their survivor pools? I am raising my hand.
For myself, I prefer CP. CP has better and more coasters in my opinion. But I think KI is the better park to take little kids to. Especially kids that are too small for the big coasters.
Yes, I did. That was the first time that happened on OSU Day. The last few years, it was even easier to get on rides after dark as most families had left the park. But they didn't open the park to season pass folks previously. We luckily did the MF & Valravn prior to the season pass holders showing up, so we only waited 30 min for the MF & 45 for the Valravn. The Dragster didn't open until late because they hadn't tested it thoroughly enough that week due to the weather. The lines got out of hand quickly, so we skipped it this year as we couldn't stay very late (Little league games in Pickerington the next morning).
I've been to CP more times than I've been to KI. I'm originally from the Cleveland area but now live in Cbus. But I was just at KI about 4 years ago and have been to CP the last 3 years for OSU day. if you like coasters, you're going to love CP. KI is a "cleaner" park, but not quite the coaster park that CP is.
I got to ride the Valravn at OSU Day at CP on May 6th. The first drop was amazing. You literally go straight down after hanging over the edge for a few seconds. It's also a very smooth ride and you are harnessed in very well.
The nice thing about CP on OSU day, the park is like 25-33% full, so it only took about a 45 minute wait in line. Not bad for a new coaster.
I agree with the Millennium being #1. I'd have to say the new Valravn at CP is now a close #2. I can't believe the Gatekeeper at CP didn't make this list. It would be top 5 easily for me. I'm not a fan of any wooden coaster. Maybe when I was 18, but now that I'm in my 40's, I need a smooth, steel coaster for me to enjoy it.
Don't forget the Tribe blowing a 3 games to 1 lead in the 2007 ALCS vs. the Red Sox. Everyone knew the winner of that series would most likely handle the Rockies in the WS. Sigh
Yeah, but I'm just saying there's not much going on there in the Super Bowl era. So my point is that the franchise is actually operating at status quo in the modern era of the NFL.
"who's who of Hall of Fame players"??? I know there's more than you named, but I believe you named the only significant HOFers for the Browns. Have they even had one in the past 25-30 years?
This hits close to home. We're the same age and I had mutual friends with Kevin at OSU. I hung out with him several times at parties and bars. He even let me try on one of his National Championship rings to see what it looked like.
DJ, as I stated on Saturday, why wouldn't you want Cardale to be a Steeler? He can sit behind Ben for a few years and learn how to read defenses. Plus it is a storied, top franchise in the NFL. being a fan of both the Buck & Steelers, I love when they draft them. They go from a top program in college to a top program in the NFL, and they remain winners.
Steelers' fans are ripping Shazier for being soft on blogs, sites, and facebook posts. Many want them to move him to safety and some actually just want him gone. They think he is just too small to play linebacker in the NFL. He is a playmaker when on the field, but he can't seem to stay healthy. I hope things turn around for him.