Stanford is pretty close to wine country, I guess...
Most Buckeye fans would say Damon Webb was the weak link in the secondary last year. Was that all on him, or were there schematic reasons for his position being the easiest to target?
I always remember that play from the 2015 natty when Raekwon ran step for step with Mariota all the way to the sideline. And even he got knocked for his speed...
It's definitely good consolation. So is Xavier Peters' rise, assuming he can get his grades right.
It's beginning to look like this class, paired with the 2017 one, will form the nucleus for Urban's third championship run at Ohio State.
That's right, third championship run. I'm optimistic about this year.
If Pop started a fistfight with Zaza, I'd totally jump in as backup.
I don't like the graphics/music either. It also seems like they take longer and more frequent commercial breaks.
Then again, Gus Johnson makes the whole thing a wash.
They looked pretty good by the end of last year. Put up more points against Penn State than we did. I'll believe the Top 5 hype when I see it, but I also don't think they'll be trash.
If that shark humping picture doesn't show up on a Gameday sign this season, I'll be sorely disappointed.
The title of this thread sounds like a dating profile.
Any background on why the drop happened?
I'll always remember the play where Lattimore baited Mayfield into an interception. Hoping Denzel Ward gives us an encore of that this year.
Amen to the pineapple. I didn't know pineapple could taste so good.
Not to mention, both of those guys will get a lot more touches.
How inaccurate was this article, Jim?
Execution, execution, execution. You saw it in the spring game. The whole offense just looked more in-sync.
More snaps for the Younger Bear is a good thing. Hubbard has been solid, but Bosa has more upside as a pass rusher. And there were multiple goal-line stands last year where he proved he could hold up against the run.
These are all great. Stone's Ruination 2.0 is an awesome double IPA, too.
I'm a big fan of Green Flash's West Coast IPA. One of the better widely available brews in that style.
God bless Shiner. As Texan expat in NYC, I couldn't have been happier when they started distributing here. My neighborhood bar has it on draft and serves it in big frosted mugs.
One of my favorite recent discoveries is Kane Brewing on the Jersey Shore. My coworker's boyfriend works there, and she brought me their Party Wave IPA, which was really good. Cloudy, flavorful, aromatic.
I'm also visiting the Other Half taproom in Brooklyn tonight. It's one of the hotter new-ish breweries in this part of the States. Will report back when I try it--although apparently the brewery is the only place you can buy cans. People line up for hours on release days.
You could say the Browns' talent sample has been...
[Puts on sunglasses]
I sincerely hope the money is worth the shit he's gonna get in the locker room. "Hey, 2-Ply, give me a towel!"
Then again, when your name's already Butt...
...and no, you can't have a sleepover with me...