Same here, I never saw anything wrong with the two. Beau always made cool references. I remember when Game of Thrones was on they would always dedicate a few minutes to talking about the previous weekends episode. Plus he and Rothman were bourbon nerds. Enjoyed the little things like that. . Then one day I read an article on here ripping him. Never understood the hate. Especially compared to the other programs on there.
sounded great man. IMO its not that you were talking fast, its just that you weren't talking in typical NPR 2x's slow-mo voice
Good lord, these jerseys are perfect.
can't. stop. refreshing.
750ml bottle of Gulden Draak on deck
Buckeye Corners phones break in 3.. 2..
lol m man you rule bro!
I only ever sat in Block-O south when I was a student, graduated a year ago and can't stand to sit anywhere else in the stadium ever since experiencing a game in that type of way. Now I have the same routine down every home game - wait till Thursday, get on craigslist, and get a Block-O ticket. They're typically barely over face value due to the fact that nobody wants to sit in a section that requires cheering, standing, watching the game, etc. You know, football game stuff. I used to work at a restaurant in the short north and one of our regulars was a big time osu booster, box suite and all. He hooked me up with a ticket to the Penn State game last year. I'll put it this way, I would rather pay for a student ticket, go by myself, with a view obstructed by the goal post, and leave with no voice, than take a free ticket to a suite on the 45 with free food. Even thinking about the west side of the stadium just bums me out so bad, they don't get it at all. Just a big social scene.
i didnt know texas instruments made video cameras... AMIRITE!?!
real issue at hand: how awesome were those unis?!
my d00d went in on Matt Hayes. Internet choke slam!
I love how UFM is very reserved and sly about his excitement for what Dontre promises to be/already is. Obviously keeping his giddy-ness contained, yet I can't help but picture him alone in his office, rewinding Dontre's two big gains from the Cal game with a giant mischievous grin on his face while pondering all the ways he is going to utilize him in the years to come, and the fact that he is only a true freshman.
I was in Block O last year, overall lack of enthusiasm, pride, and creativity from the kids that run it. Much like the west side of the stadium, attending an OSU game is more like a social status trophy, the whole stadium is slowly turning into the Milford Academy.