I would get excited about this, but they never make these special shoes any bigger than a 13, so I'm not going to even bother.
I logged in just to upvote this.
Holy crap, I'm glad I didn't wait to order those whiskey glasses!
Snapbacks don't fit this noggin. Trust me.
I would love to buy this to support the site, but much like the rest of the Dry Goods stuff, it's probably too small to fit (I wear a size 8 hat).
Although I'm 100% in on those whiskey glasses.
I hope Ohio State self-reports this to the NCAA, just to be safe.
Isn't he actually doing well in school anyway? I thought I heard he had something in the realm of a 3.5 GPA.
That's the one thing that's been bugging me since the Orange Bowl. The defense has been maligned around here, and rightfully so, but we all knew going into that game that Clemson was going to get theirs. But the defense stepped up-they got the safety, the pick in the redzone, forced Clemson to a three-and-out after going up 29-20, and got the pick late to give OSU a chance with two timeouts at midfield. And most of the time, the offense did nothing with it but immediately punt it back or turned it over. It was incredibly frustrating, especially going into the season, when you heard about all of these dynamic offensive weapons OSU was supposed to have.
I feel like the offense let down the defense, particularly in the last two games of this season.
Defense is tackling much better than last week.
They barely beat a 6-6 Washington State team. They barely beat a 7-5 Ole Miss team. They barely beat a 6-6 Mississippi State team. They blew a three-score lead against Georgia, which caused them to need the Hail Mary in the first place.
Clearly this is the resume of a championship team.
Paul Finebaum, self-proclaimed King of SEC Media, says that the ESPN and national narrative has been against the SEC and Auburn.
You can see for yourself on the Paul Finebaum Radio Show, currently being simulcast on ESPN.
You know this, I know this, this entire site knows this. But on the other hand, SEC SEC SEC
So we need to root for Clemson to knock of USCe this weekend to ensure Sparty gets in the Top 10 by the B1GCG. If USCe wins, I don't think that loss would knock Clemson out of the Top 10. I don't see any other upsets ahead of them, but I could be missing something.
Also, a prediction: if Auburn beats Alabama, Bama falls no further than 4th. And you'll see a disturbing number of voters who will vote Auburn #1 over both FSU and OSU. And it will be complete bullshit when it happens.
Okie State survives Baylor.
ESPN being very fair to the Buckeyes, IMO.
The absolutely best part of living on the West Coast-college football from 9am in the morning until just before midnight. March Madness (in Vegas if possible) is a close second.
Note: Evan Spencer died on his way back to his home planet.
He clearly wasn't giving an Evan Spencer interview. I don't hold this quote against him.
Coaches is up, too: http://www.usatoday.com/sports/ncaaf/polls/
#3 Good Guys
#16 Michigan State
Nice to see the Gophers in there, but man, Sparty/Wiscy continue to get no love.
I live in Seattle, and it's not a bad place to live as a Buckeye fan, you just have to deal with a lot of bandwagon fans. One of my good buddies had a meltdown on Facebook last night over the Oregon loss, but at least he's been a legit fan of the Ducks for years, unlike most of the Johnny-Come-Latelys around here. I had a guy tell me last night, with a straight face, that his favorite teams were the Seattle Seahawks, the Oregon Ducks, and the Miami Heat.
Since halftime of the Iowa game, Ohio State has outscored its opponents 143-21. I remember times when the OSU offense wouldn't hit that in six games. Insanity.
shades of tebow!
Purdue's offense looks like an episode of Breaking Madden.
I swear, I've been reading the live blog off and on for years, and didn't realize the real discussion happened down here. Interesting.The live blog thing up there is such a frustrating experience.