I have been to most home games this year, I would recommend Stub and Herbs (It is their equivalant to Varsity Club - get there early). BW3's is right next to the stadium, you can almost see into the stadium and there is plenty of outdoor tent space.
We would be undefeated with braxton. If you question that I wouldn't understand it.
I enjoy these things
Wait till Penn St...
I'd think AL, AU, Ole Miss would Vegas neutral field favored against any teams ranked 5-25 in my honest opinion.
I've traveled internationally and have yet to successfully find places to watch games - typically only near AFB with Armed Forces Network may have the ABC type nationally televised games...if in temple bar, buy a data plan for your phone, watch highlights as they come through on espn gamecast and drink guinness to Irish music.
To start the convo - here is one of my favorites from recent times: The Crying Man
This IS Jim Tressel and I was NOT happy with the kicking and punting against Va Tech!
this week he finally breaks a couple big ones
"At work, pour yourself into as many projects as you can. It’ll be hectic, but the day will pass by much more quickly."
I would say that is risky advice during football seasons - can quickly become involuntary Thursday evening or weekend work! Also - tune up Saturday AM with Penn St versus UCF.
Good point, oversigning plays a factor in the numbers, but oversigning leads to more quality players added to the program.
I stopped stretching my Microsoft skills at creating an excel chart. Thanks for the tip.
HAHAHAHA - My point exactly! They win games. I can guarantee you if our kicker throws up 40% like 2001 we will not be in the national championship game. It was that Pettrey kick the other day that got me wondering about our kickers...
It's all economics. Supply/demand. That's the going market rate for assistant coaches.
That makes 58 from the current 5 Teams (tOSU, Mich, Mich St, Penn St, Indiana) in the new East Division and 54 from the 7 West Division teams. I figure we may as well start the East/West division comparisons.