With all due respect, Europe is the best Thompson could ever hope for IMO. He's rather uncoordinated to say the least. And this is coming from someone who has appreciated his efforts for OSU. Imagine what an unbiased source would say...
...and whines about it on twitter.
My thoughts exactly. With all due respect to the Noah Brown pic, this one HAS to be #1.
Who was the chump who had to get his 5 seconds of fame by running onto the TV screen and carrying on, stealing the show from Donovan?
I'll add to the list that I'm not sure I see a whole lot of talent out on the floor these days...
With all due respect to Coach Jent, OSU's athletic program can get a more accomplished coach.
This team is awful--Loving still looks like he doesn't give a sh*t, Lyle is a turnover machine, and one of the only players who looks interested (Thompson) is about as uncoordinated as they come (on back-to-back-to-back possessions in OT, he missed an easy layup, had an easy defensive rebound bounce off his hands and out of bounds which gave FAU another chance which they converted, and then he followed that up with a dumb over the back foul that both put FAU on the free throw stripe and fouled himself out). Pathetic.
"Cameron Williams?" Try Cameron Heyward. Otherwise, good write-up.
Yeah, wadr to Fickell, that's ridiculous.
Wait a second--Matthews' celebration was original? Sure, about as original as someone using Crying Jordan on twitter later today.
Not sure if you're serious, Navybuckeye, but if you are, both you and the author here need to return to remedial English class. Sheesh, what dullards.
I'm confused by the class year designations used. Some appear to speak to what the players will be next year (e.g., McMillan will be a junior next year), while others speak to this year (e.g., Price and Barrett are listed as sophomores, which is what they are this year--next year, they'll be juniors).
The whole concept is ridiculous. As for who's responsible...the AD, particularly one who has, in the fan base's view, been the author of other questionable (at best) moves, seems like a good place to start.
Kirk's put on weight, it appears to me.
"Probably a few million" calories were ingested? Haha. Right--nearly a million people were there, and each only consumed 2-3 calories such that "a few million" calories were ingested. Math, anyone?
Not to nit-pick, but in play #1 above, the score was not tied at 17--Penn State was leading 24-17 in the first OT when that play happened (they had the ball first in the first OT). And in play #3 above, Michigan was not down 2 TDs when Zeke took it to the house--they were only down 1 TD (Zeke's TD put the Bucks up 2 TDs).
I always find it funny when clowns find it necessary to lecture others on the internet.
Absolutely the market will be broader. But if the current auction tracking is any indication, the broader market is sending the same message that the more narrow one did.
I was kind of surprised the helmets start at $1,500. They had them for sale the day of the spring game for $1,500, and plenty (see the auction site) didn't sell. They probably should've started the auction at $500/helmet, and I doubt there would be any left at the end of the sale (and several would be bid up higher than $500). Seems to me the market spoke the day of the spring game, and a lot of the helmets will go unsold at that same price.
In related news, Harbaugh is sifting through the names of the second and third string QBs at the dregs of the Big Ten in the hopes of landing his next transfer QB.
On the bright side, cleaning up popcorn will give the guy something to do--he's scored zero points in three of his last five games. Nice use of the 8th pick overall, Sacramento!
Am sitting here trying to figure out if Oregon's sugar daddy is Phil Knight or Herbie.
Good article, but this year's Ohio State team went 11-7 in conference, not 9-9.