My day is not complete until I read the hurry-up. I'm stick working in an area with no cell coverage so I'm going to be the last one to the boom party tomorrow. Would love to see Roundtree in Columbus.
I wish I could have bought Birm a beer when I got to meet him at the Dubgate but they were free so I said it then and I'll say it now. Thank you for giving up anything that resembles a normal life in order to feed our crazy recruiting need. Oh and I didn't say it then but damn those shoes were sweet!
Any chance that nationally ranked wide receiver that called Gibson a freak is Christian Kirk? I remember an interview with him where he said "clowning around" with the guys was the best part of the visit. I noticed he used it again. Maybe it's or stretch or maybe I'm just off my rocker or both. Maybe TG's commitment will get us back in with Kirk? Can't hurt.
The Left Behind series. Cool story no matter your belief on the subject. If you dig Clancy check out Brad Thor, the Scot Harvath series is excellent. Into the Wild and Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer. Touching the Void by Joe Simpson amazing true story about two climbing partners in the Andes. Call of the Wild by Jack London. The Great Shark Hunt a collection of Hunter S. Thompson stories. I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell by Tucker Max. Anything by Michael Crichton. And when you start thinking about having kids Fatherhood by Bill Cosby. Great topic dude.
I'm from South Dakota and spent a couple weeks in my younger days in Australia playing in the Down Under Bowl. There are some similarities like uhh....the sky, blue in both places. Both are surrounded by nothingness, and no one in either place drinks Fosters. So let's cut the guys at BSPN some slack.
Hard to put them in any list but if I had to win a game and could pick any of them I'm taking Krenzel. Dude just found a way to get it done and he damn sure wouldn't lose the game for you. 60% of the time he won every time.
I'll get the torches. You other guys round up the pitchforks. And here I was blaming Fickell.
The hotter the fire the harder the steel. Last time I checked this is still The Ohio State University. Time to go to work. Thank you Braxton! You will always be one of my favorite Buckeyes.
As far as movies go I have to go with Good Will Hunting. But my personal favorite of his is the Robin Williams Live on Broadway standup special. If you haven't seen it you're missing out. He will be missed.
Does anyone know when tickets for the dubgate go on sale? My wife and I will be making the trip from South Dakota to Columbus for the UC game and catching the dubgate would be the icing on the cake. That along with a resounding win over the bearcats that is. And oh boy I hope Andy Katzenmoyer will be there again. He's been my hero since fifth grade.
305 has been killin' it lately. Thanks for all the info.
I gotta agree with my man North. Maurice Clarett was probably the best but the case could be made for all these guys. I can't even imagine what Mo could have done with a couple more years
When Nick Bosa leaves for college he will say "Dad, you're the man of the house now."
I want to go "wee wee" on those pajamas. leave it to the would be German if it weren't for us, French to screw the pooch this royally.
Already have tickets to the Cincinnati game. Even the 17 hour drive to Columbus from South Dakota can't dampen my excitement. This will make my second game ever in The Shoe.
There is only one place that we as South Dakotans won't fuck, and that's around. Dude will be a beast mark my words. High character and work ethic are the trademarks of South Dakota. Super pumped for one my fellow Rushmore staters to join the good guys.
Bo Pellini's cat
BY GOD THAT'S MEECHY'S MUSIC!!
I'm buying tickets to the UC game this week. I'm stoked they made it a late kickoff. I'll have visions of us hanging a hondo on them while I make the 17 hour drive from South Dakota.
That Auburn player still hasn't gotten up. Is it bad if that hit made me slightly aroused?
New England Patriots. Was never an NFL fan but I kind of followed Katzenmoyer's career and just stuck with em. He's also the reason I started following Ohio State football. Was in fifth grade and when exposed to the majesty that is Buckeye football at such an impressionable age a lifelong obsession was born.
+1 for the Major League reference sir!
Went with Elliot, another year in the system and weight room and he could be ready for a breakout year.
Lock down Ohio and then cherry pick some of the best players from across the nation. Recipe for championships, and Coach Meyer is making it happen.