Hey. I was not getting a lap dance. I was trying on my Grandmother's hats.
Yep. And now Andre McGee has no career, and Pitino still earns millions. The rich never fall.
Say what you want about Purdue's athletics, but when it comes to state universities, Purdue is tied at 21: http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-universities/top-public
I do not think so. The last stretch is too much, I think. I see 18-19 win regular season. Depending on the Big tournament, maybe 20 wins?
Bauserman, because he would not be able to hit his target. Boom.
This is a form of microaggression. I will come back and explain my offendeness when I have fuller understanding of how I can use my subjective emotions as evidence.
Is he going to stay with recruits who live in inner-cites? Or does he only stay in affluent neighborhoods?
Hoping for a Norte Dame-Ohio Sate bowl game. That is how I am dealing with it.
This is childish. People like you are making Buckeye Nation look foolish.
Deal with it
That is so funny: "I see you in wine country."
Bars: The Blind Pig(s). There are two, Mike and Molly's, Esquire are nice bars.
I live here, so I recommend Black Dog. Really good Barbeque joint. Also, there are a lot of decent places to eat in downtown Champaign, too. If you are looking for more upper end places, Big Grove and Radio Maria are good. If you are looking for cheap, decent bar food, then Esquire is good. You really cannot go wrong in downtown.
Then he should be charged as so.
Here is the law:
"Ohio OVI and OVAUC Defined
Whether you are charged with an OVI or a OVAUC is dependent upon on your age. If you are under 21 years old and found driving with a BAC above the legal limit you will be charged with Operating a Vehicle After Underage Consumption (OVAUC). Those over the legal drinking age of 21 years old, and CDL drivers, who drive with a BAC over the legal limit are charged with Operating the Vehicle Impaired (OVI).
You can be charged with an OVI or OVAUC if your minimum BAC is:
21 years old or older - 0.08%.
Driving a commercial motor vehicle - 0.04%.
Younger than 21 years old - 0.02%.
JT is 21, according to DMV because he is charged with OVI (21 and over), not a OVAUC (under 21). OVI says .08, which JT blew, so I am not sure what he is being charged with, maybe avoiding the checkpoint? He was right at .08, so is that breaking the law?
Hired from Northern Illinois. Not Southern.
Jones: 245 yards, 67% completion, 1 td, 1 interception, and qb rating 145. What is wrong with that? Yeah, he made some bad throws, but he still had a decent game against a team that probably played their best defensive game this year. The Hoosiers showed up to play.
Now we know where the special sauce comes from.
Getting direction to Alabama.
Tell him there are free crab legs at the student union. I am sure he will burn a lot of calories running there and out with arms full of free crab legs.
Did somebody say hill people?