Hey coach, What's North til you smell it, then west til you step in it? Johnson, "Ha ha. Michigan." Ash, "Let's see, Missouri, Oklahoma? Minnesota?"
That was priceless. WTG Rich Rod.
You'll see a few of the guys signing things for charity along Lane Avenue before home football games. A good investment then. Win Win.
I like to eat at the Steel Trolley Diner in Lisbon, about 20 miles northwest of East Liverpool. It's old fashioned diner style food, like fresh cut french fries, and 20 kinds of hamburgers with various toppings.
I agree with Knarcisi, Pittsburgh is great and will give you a lot of variety. Lots of people there like Primanti Brothers. Anyone reading this who hasn't been to the Church Brew Works in Pittsburgh really needs to go there. It's a sight to behold.
Didn't coach Tressel go the distance with Ray, suspending him several times and accepting him back when conditions were met? Ray's father even accused coach of trying to ruin Ray's career. People accuse coaches of being at fault when they do their best with young men who are on the wrong path. Not this time.
Light em up.
That was good hockey. Great skaters on both sides.
Nice polar bear gifs! I'm still getting used to the site, and continue to enjoy the content. I don't know whether it's my browser or something else, but many red "hyperlinks" in a line of text get overwritten by the words on each side of them so that I can't be sure what the words are.
I have a worry that I'm missing articles and pages that I'd like to read. Sometime's there is a link in the text of an article to another page that is worth reading, but that page didn't appear on any of the top or side bars. I'd hate to miss any of the great articles that are out there.
Is there a place to report bugs?
We're certainly glad to have you on the team and will enjoy seeing you fulfilling your dreams. Thanks!
Can't wait to find the bucksfan changing icons thread so I can pick out the new additions.
New since you last looked at the list of comments. Cool!
Aah. It flags new comments, not users.
Interesting "new" stickers. Have to post a couple of comments to see if we are no longer new.
Easy to read the text. Just need practice for navigation. So far so good.
Like beer pong. Every time Gardner gets sacked you take a drink. Better stock up!
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Remember ESPN All Access last year? The coaches were telling the team about all the hard work they were going through, and how it would put them in the position to dominate in the fourth quarter because the other team would be worn out. Hmmm.
I can see punter Johnston being given the green light to decide when to tuck and run for a first down. He seemed to be sizing up the defense on one of his first two punts, like he might have been thinking about it. Those roll-outs look awkward, but give the punter a view of the field ahead of him. They also give the special team another second to be flying down the field toward the punt returner. A second here or there, good hang time, and the return man is forced to fair catch. Kudos for zero return yards yesterday!
The success with Kenny coming in is a tribute to his skills and preparedness, but it also reminds us of the fact that football is a team sport. This group is comprised of many great players who are all working together well as a team. They'll win or lose as a team no matter who is under center. (Except maybe Bauserman or Belisorry.)
I'd like to see the Buckeyes put enough pressure on Gardner that he throws more interceptions in the end zone. He's shown us that he can be rattled.
I hope we score in the fourth quarter next week against Cal.
Someone earlier mentioned the failed attempts at punt blocking. I think the idea of going for punt blocks early is another way of giving the opponents something to prepare for. If you have to dedicate players to protecting the punter, those same players aren't gunning down our punt returner. Everything's being done for a reason.
We need Johnston to show off his speed with a fake punt going for a TD in the first game. Then all the other teams will have to worry about it.
It's especially true that you'll be leaving a lot of high school friends behind when you move all the way from Texas to Ohio. Sure you can text and skype, but that's nothing compared to hanging out at a friends house. Hopefully he'll bond with his new team mates and coaches and renew his Ohio family ties when he gets here. Let's help him feel at home by rocking the stadium in 2014.
I was on the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer last February, as was Herbie and Robert Smith. You could tell from Herbie's talk and actions that at heart he's a Buckeye through and through. It has to be a challenge to separate your public vs. personal demeanor. Sometimes he wins that battle and stays objective, sometimes he messes up. Some of us watch and judge every word he says and make a bigger deal out of things than warranted. It's just a job folks, and he's just a man like the rest of us. Let's cut him some slack.