No kidding. I hate hearing from ttun fans about strength of schedule. They play the #1 team, and our last game is against an unranked opponent. That hurts our strength of schedule and increases their difficulty. It's almost like they're making fun of themselves without even realizing it.
They're busy on their calculators figuring out what the likelihood is of this ever happening again, and whether they should get drunk and enjoy the moment.
I don't know who's misfortune I take more pleasure in, drunk Uncle Stevie or pederast cousin Bert. What am I saying? It's not a competition. I can take great pleasure in both of their losses.
The two what?
Insert shrug here.
Damn O's, you got me there. I didn't even think about that as I was blinded by rage in even typing that team's name. I have an autographed and framed picture of Buckner's flub signed by both Mookie and Bill. A good friend of mine is from Maine, and his wife bought that for him for Christmas because it was from the '86 Series and she knows nothing about baseball. Talk about unwrapping disappointment on Christmas morning. He gave it to me a few years ago as consolation for the Tigers getting their asses handed to them by the Giants as a reminder that "there's always next year." It hangs in my basement under a picture light as the first thing you see walking down the stairs.
I remember getting a text at like midnight on Xmas eve. Sitting in the office at my parents house, watching TV. Just sat there and stared for like 20 minutes.
I've been friends with the Mealers for years... Had dinner with Brock and his wife Saturday night. And this had never been brought up (at least to me). I can testify that they were HUGE Ohio State fans growing up. Tressel is humble, and they, as a family, are humbler (is that a word?).
Classy move by The Senator to show some love to an amazing family. So much awesome I can't really wrap my head around it.
Once again... You win, universe. I passionately hate on the Red Sox like Silky Johnson, but you gotta love that sticker on the bat.
Best of luck, man.
Shoes were gone in under 30 min. I tried to buy size 11's at 10:30, and all they had left were like 9's and 15's.
I'm assuming Nike doesn't hate money... So hopefully they'll do another run.
I love it too. Nothing wrong with being proud of your home.
VT's secondary would rather get kicked out of school than try to defend against Brax.
Welp, my day just became a lot less productive.
Even if I never cared for the teams he coached or universities he represented, Coach Holtz has always been a class guy. And, I can't believe I'm saying this, I'm really gonna miss watching him on Saturday afternoons.
Be well, Coach.
I like that policy. I'm gonna enjoy this fuckin' ride, too.
He's the best receiver in the NFL, and he drop kicked your punter... How do you not know his name?
Faux pas, DJ.
My thoughts exactly. I find it hard to believe that the blame lies anywhere else but him and the academic advisors at IMG for not staying on top of his grades.
Aside from that, best of luck to him. He's got the potential to be an animal on the field.
Welcome, and best of luck, young man. I hope you're hungry.
Exactly. Cowherd routinely makes obvious mistakes, and when called on it, pulls his douchebag mask off and reveals himself to be a pompous, rarely prepared, little kid. He was amazing 7-8 years ago when first went national... Loved the guy. But his ego has taken off to the point where several times a show he brings up the fact that he owns a wine store as a way to differentiate himself from the rest of the plebeians lucky enough to be tuning into him. With the loss of SVP from the airwaves, I have no reason to listen to the WWL.
Please come back, Van Pelt.
I'm dealing with this news very well.
Cocktails and dreams, young Flanigan...
I'm pretty sure every male OSU fan was far too intoxicated to "perform" properly anyway.
The Stones concert is going to be so awesome that I might literally rock my face off.
As a former resident of Atlanta and a friend to many UGA alums/fans, this saddens and delights me at the same time. It's like a victory without ever having to play the game.
I was in a wedding last month in Atlanta, and made a friendly wager back in December with a Bama grad who was also in the wedding. Needless to say, he wore an OSU tie at the rehearsal dinner. His shoulders slumped in a way never seen before that evening.
I'm looking forward to the VT rematch almost like a Michigan game... I mean, not these days, but back when it was competitive.