Couldn't find much about him, but apparently both hosts are from a website called The Ringer. It deals with pop culture and sports, and was created by Bill Simmons. Not sure if he's from Ohio, but it at least puts a little more context into why he'd randomly choose Urban as an example
Voodoo donuts, the inspiration for the pink doughnut box in the simpsons
and North Carolina. I've only seen one game of theirs this year (this week vs Duke) but they looked pretty darn good IMO
so is it a vitamin, or a steroid?
Not trying to be nitpicky, but pretty sure the offensive plays and yards per play are switched around. OSU had the 69 plays and 6.2 per play.
Hey! Don't blame me!
logged in just to upvote this, haha
I have never watched a wrestling match in my life (not including wcw and wwe of course, lol) but I am so ridiculously pumped for tomorrow's match, haha
That totally looks like a clip from a Key & Peele sketch. Keegan would play him so well, haha
it's sorted by number of losses. I too would prefer it be formatted by percentage, but looking through the table, the only people who are lower in percentage are 0% in only one or two tries
Hoke wouldn't fit in a selfie, so at least you're safe on that front
he just wants to be able to wield more power over those raffles [/sarcasm]
That's not true. There's Jesse Owens North, South, and West
Ah, did not know that. UV for you, good sir
"has Ohio connections"
i haven't read that anywhere else, including on wikipedia, care to elaborate?
yeah, but i think the guy yelling "time out" every 2 seconds helps to offset those annoying horns. The time out guy might have been the best part of the entire video
what part of Ohio are you in? Here in Columbus 97.1FM is a part of the OSU network (flagship station actually)
Not sure on other parts of Ohio, but I mean I get reception all the way out to Huber Heights on the West, past Zanesville on the East, and Mansfield to the North.
If you're outside Cbus, here's the list of stations, looks like some of them are in fact FM http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/radio-network.html
NCAA rules won't allow more than a $5 million policy, and it only pays out if you never play again, doesn't cover lost income due to dropping in the draft
EDIT: premium on a 5 mil policy is about 45 to 60k (NCAA arranges a special loan with very low interest rates). Also since it won't pay for loss due to dropping in the draft, it doesn't really make much sense to even do it, since even if he's hurt, he'll more than likely be drafted somewhere
how come the picture of DT has a mouseover about Sam Thompson?
Love the "Perry, don't Britta it" hidden caption. I always appreciate it when you guys take the time to put hover captions on the pics :)
not sure if it's taken, but i'm going with 35-18 bucks