I bought "Centuries" on iTunes right after we beat Bama. I love hearing it on the radio! All it does is make me happy. I probably wouldn't even know it existed with the Playoffs. Go Bucks!
He didn't have National Strength Coach of the Year on his side.
Congrats, you earned it, bro! Time to make a riot of your own (on the field, of course).
Do you guys think Urban gave Rod Smith and Noah Spence rings? Rod put in work in several games; obviously Noah didn't this year.
I remember a story about Tressel giving a 2002 ring to the mother of a player who signed with the Bucks, but died before arriving to camp. I would expect Kosta's parents to receive one if Tressel was still the coach.
Last names as a girl's first name is all the rage these days. It replaced city names (London, Brooklyn, Paris), as they became too synonymous with stripper names.
No DV for you from me, but really? Minnesota's future looks brighter? Just because you have a talented but young roster, doesn't mean your team will improve. Why do you think Cleveland traded to get LBJ back?
If I was a Duck fan, I'd be miserable after watching that video. As stated above, the first 2.5 minutes were OSU beating down Oregon.
I usually do the Grandview location on Fifth Avenue (near work), but the Easton location is pretty swank. Now if they would actually get to work on the E. Broad location (2 miles east of 270), I'd get it on the weekends. They've only had a "Coming Soon" sign since August 2014.
I've had lots of delicious sandwichs, but two that I've never been able to reproduce to my satisfaction are:
Ordinarily I don't like hot dogs, but Dirty Frank's made me change my tune (now I only eat them there). You've never had a hot dog with so much stuff on them, at such a low price.
My favorites (I always get them ripped or charred):
- Cowgirl Carmen $3 - Topped with meat coney sauce, cheddar, & crushed Fritos
- The Classy Lady $3 - Cheese sauce & crushed potato chips
- The Doginator $6 - Bacon-wrapped dog topped with beef brisket, BBQ sauce, cheddar, & onion rings.
Of course I like to match these up with a Grape Cowboy Curtis, or Hot Rod Slush (Lime Slush, pineapple juice & hot sauce. Spicy & sweet!)
Whole heartedly agree on both!
Taco Bell is starting to hurt McDonald's for breakfast: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/mcdonald-s-vs--taco-bell---who-wins-breakfast-170918621.html
Taco Bell breakfast is ready in less than 5 minutes. It takes 5 minutes to get your order taken at Waffle House.
Lee also had two interceptions, broke up five passes, added five quarterback hurries, forced two fumbles and recovered another fumble.
Darron Lee had two fumble recoveries that I remember.
- A 61 yard scoop-and-score fumble recovery for a touchdown in the 4th quarter against Navy
- A 33 yard scoop-and-score fumble recovery for a touchdown in the 4th quarter against _ichigan
A nice write-up from a Bama site, pre-Sugar Bowl: http://www.rollbamaroll.com/2014/12/25/7444691/who-in-the-heck-is-darron-lee
Meanwhile in Corvallis, Gary Anderson just did a spit-take with his Red Bull.
At the risk or down votes, I'll take the overweight sister of any of these girls. <evil grin>
You say that now. But what about when he sits next to you and buys the bar?
Hey, when it stops working, somebody has to be responsible for troubleshooting it. At my company someone always wants to call IT when things don't work right. Phone, Fax, Copier, Lighting. <-- not Information Technology.
That year OSU was wire-to-wire the #1 team. That Florida team had two different games where they needed a blocked FG to win. They didn't blow anybody out. It was also OSU's 3 time if 4 years going to Tempe, AZ. I completely understand how they got complacent. The real problem with that OSU team was that Tressel's offense was completely predictable.
Penn Staters seem to forget 63-14 every time they say the refs "cheated 'em" last year.
See, this is why you score that final touchdown against Oregon. Otherwise their players would be spouting off the same crap. If we had beaten AL by 14 instead of 7, they would have less to say. Same thing with Minnesota.
I have no idea why Melvin Gordon thinks things would have been any different if they played us again. We could have used the same each plays and still beaten them. They couldn't run against us, and Stave couldn't pass against us. That leaves only special teams, and you know what Cameron Johnston did they them.
Seems barely strangers than standing birth, or underwater birth. Not that those don't work, it's just that they are not the norm for our society.