I don't think any of the Lexington school district is in Mansfield but, again, it's been years so I don't know.
Having grown up with pride as a Lexington Minuteman it makes me shudder to see this:
CADE STOVER • 2019 OLB/DE • MANSFIELD, OHIO (LEXINGTON)
While technically Lexington may be part of the "Mansfield Metropolitan Statistical Area", Lexington High School is in Lexington, not in Mansfield and, while I have not lived there for many years, I don't think anyone from Lexington would be necessarily happy about that association. This is the only athlete that I know from Lexington to be recruited by the Ohio State football program and there is a lot of affinity for tOSU in Lexington - the marching band does a script Lex and the fight song is to the tune of Buckeye Battle Cry - as evidenced by Cade's enthusiasm (I think he will commit at the Spring game), so this is, I think, a pretty big deal for the community.
For the purple and gold and the honor we hold for Lexington. Go Big Lex!
There is success in the NFL away from New England?
Somebody still needs to explain Miller Lite over Bud Light.
This would be like trying to explain why I would rather have sex with Janet Reno over Betty White.
If that's the case then he actually did 35 reps but, technically, did 33, actually.
Shrek, with speed.
Dude, he set a record for passing yardage in a Super Bowl game. He engineered a 91 yard game tying drive and a 75 yard game winning drive. Back to back. I think you might be using an alternative definition of blowing it.
This is all such sweet music to a New England sports fan's ears. 10 major sports championships since 2000. 10!
Probably the duel threat that did it.
Could you put this in the form of a slideshow?
Damn good deal for him. What graduate degree do you suppose one pursues after majoring in family resource management?
I'm afraid you're giving JT too much credit.
You keep your peanut butter in the fridge?
Alternatively known as China White (aaaanndd we're officially off the tracks...)
Well, this is fun. I suppose you could say it is describing the noun uniform, but I would contend that It is an adverb because it is qualifying the adjective "white". OSU wears other white (adj) uniforms (n), but these are the cocaine (adv) white (adj) uniforms (n).
a word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or other adverb or a word group, expressing a relation of place, time, circumstance, manner, cause, degree, etc. (e.g., gently, quite, then, there ).
I don't want anyone to be upset over this but, it's actually an adverb in this context.
It's that time of year. Can't wait!
Looks great. Nashville Hot Chicken hasn't made it to the Northeast yet (at least not my neck of the woods).
I'm afraid my seat neighbors are going to have to make some accommodations.