Loved it! On a more serious note when is donation time this year? I want to be ready for it.
Maybe, but if it was Michigan up there instead of Wisconsin I would be all UCONN as I would guess most others would be too.
Maybe I am just too far from the homeland but I'm not bothered by Dayton beating us. It's an Ohio team and that's what I cheer for. In fact the more they win in this tournament the better I feel about losing to them. Let's just say they win it all. Nothing wrong to losing to Champions especially when it was pretty much a consensus that most people had us out at least the next round against Syracuse. I say be the bigger person and cheer for Dayton no matter how their fans act and know that you are cheering for (State of)Ohio. Peace, from a Buckeye who misses his home state.
Haha, I was just thinking the same thing.
NM, don't want to get in a religion/politics/business discussion. Sorry.
It's all good man. I was all decked out in my Ohio State stuff at work. I watched the game on my cell phone almost the whole time. Someone asked me what was I going to do if Ohio State lost. I said I would go home. As soon as Craft missed his layup I packed up and walked out the door without a word. I know people saw me leave but not a single word was said.
With that being said I was wondering is there a max limit to how many can be subbed at one time or is it possible to do a hockey style line change?
I'm ready to talk about some things that would fix some of the problems we have but I'm not going to dwell on the problems themselves. What do you think would help change things or is this just one of those odd years where things tend to bounce the wrong way for us?
Wow, I re-read this and I see I'm kind of all over the place here.
I don't always work but when I do it's when Ohio State plays. WTF!?
It's probably better than getting Rich - Rodded.
82.3% chance of winning as of right now.
The Ohio State basketball team wins it all this year.
Did Braxton hurt his arm on the very first throw of the game?
Just time for a new streak of wins, starting with the Orange Bowl.
holy fucking commercials batman
I'm so glad I quit my night job. It was hard to get home and stay up for the noon games which is 9am west coast. Now I don't ever have to worry about dozing off mid-game. Sorry but it does happen, 9pm - 6am shifts are killer.
Had the officials simply done their job we would know whether the field goal was made or not. We were denied the opportunity to even know. As it is now we are left up to wonder. Although Kyle French is 100% from that range.
Ohio State does what m*chigan couldn't do, beat Ohio.
I need to step away from the keyboard.
Nothing says you can't be a good recruiter and a bad coach. They aren't wholly inseparable.
Like I said before. The talent covers up his poor coaching ability. Let's take a look at Les Miles, Nick Saban and Urban Meyer. The most interesting thing about these three coaches is two of them were pretty average before arriving in the SEC which we all know is pretty lax on the rules and everyone seems to always look the other way when they do catch them. Do you know which two? It's easy to win and look like a great coach when you are allowed to bring in top tier talent by any means necessary.
I take it you don't watch LSU football very much.