Actually de-tassled corn one summer. Worst. Job. Ever.
Now you're looking for a tassel.
Good research, JPFBucks. When I was in grade school I listened to tOSU lose to UNC in the '68 Final Four semis. Grew up hearing about Fred Taylor & his teams. We aren't Blue Bloods in b'ball, but have been solidly good for a long time, especially for a football school.
I respect and admire Gene Smith for what he's done as AD - especially for non-revenue sports & graduation rates - but Thad should have been given the opportunity to "resign" for health reasons at the end of the season.
A wise, mature decision - get your degree, young lady; and help the lady Bucks wreak havoc in the NCAA next year while you're at it.
Barf's stalking you, Linga - I think he has a long row to hoe, however. Ok, I'll pop on out...
So will we be saying, "'Bookered!' Tag'em & bag 'em!" when he lights-up a receiver?
Hoping it works out for Dante - great teammate & leader.
The Synchro team wins nattys at a higher percentage than the football team wins games?!?
THAT is almost unbelievable. Congratulations, ladies.
You know, Quad, I was feeling the sads for ol' Jack a bit - he was getting DV'd to Priestas' Purgatory. But then, after the horse was beaten, drawn, quartered & turned to glue, I was thinking, "You're in a hole the size of AA, quit digging, man!"
"...talent doesn't win, it's the ability to play together."
That's the money quote. However, as much as I liked my Honda CR-V, if I was handed the keys to a Lamborghini, I'd be REALLY excited. I'm sure Wilson's enjoying the sound of the engine revving, and can't wait to get that baby on the track!
Josh Moore's a lock - he obviously loves our helmets.
If he SHOULD choose the good guys, I think he'll need to spend some extra time in the cafeteria and Mick Marotti's body-sculpting institute - "The 6-foot-1, 156-pound Moore..."
That is lean.
Great Skully, DJ.
The WMD on the family from Clermont County that lost 2 kids to heroin ODs is powerful. I've done 2 funerals and my oldest son had a good friend that just died in Toledo - 32 years old. So frickin' sad...
Great gif, GTH - sums up the way the basketBucks have been trending the last couple of years. Aside from winning the B1G and making it to the Elite 8 next season, what can Thad really do to keep his job? It's too bad - he HAS done a lot for Buckeye basketball, but the University needs to move on before ALL the wheels come off the car.
That is an awesome TA, Vico. He sounds like he knows his stuff, for sure (listened to the interview).
I had a Zoology TA at tOSU that pronounced organism "ORGASM" every time (unintentionally - was from another country); we always cracked up. She was a good instructor though - don't think she ever caught on.
Spot on, Buck95.
A great word - I'm definitely gonna start using it regularly.
So, the inevitable question LCB: "Who let the dogs out?"
*Apologies to all!*
Didn't DV you BuckNinIndy, but that's pretty harsh.
In reality, The NFL is all about $$$ - not a lot of guys being given roster spots because a team feels charitable toward them - it's "bidness". "What-can-you-do-for-me?" Was the Brown's offer a good one? Sounds like it. Did TP have "issues" at tOSU? - for sure! I think he's grown-up some, though; has a fam, and is a fierce competitor. In fact, it could be argued that he was one of only a handful of players that worked their asses off the whole season for the Browns.
As a former Buckeye, I will root for him to succeed
Thread winner, Brutus.
My first thought, Seattle.
I used to ride - a LOT (150-200 miles/week) - bicyclists be really dumb sometimes - need to obey the rules of the road, just like cars. Also have to watch OUT for cars, cuz lots of people don't think about somebody on a bike (unless you're in a city that has bike lanes and people are used to dealing with cyclists).
Reason I don't ride anymore? Wrecked after hitting a *#%!ing pit bull (of all things!). Ran right in front of me out in the country. Messed up my elbow, had road rash, tore my bike shorts - not a lot of fun. Yes, the damn dog was fine...
Charles Martel was also known as "the hammer" - hopefully our "Chuck" appropriates that nom de guerre to put the last nail in Hairball's coaching coffin for TTUN.
Blu, there's a rivalry - and I despise you guys in THAT context - then there's real life.
"Who's Next" has to be among the top ten rock albums all time, imho. Keith Moon & John Entwistle were as great a bassist/drummer combo as JP Jones & John Bonham.
Ahhhh. My wasted youth.