He'll do whatever he thinks will get him camera time...
Actually, and I'm going to paraphrase here, but I believe Fowler was not talking about tOSU ducking the better BIG West teams, but the fact that the majority of the 'better' teams in each of the divisions do not play each other in cross over games. The 'dig' appeared to be at the B1Gs scheduling overall, not the Buckeyes.
It's not a bad procedure. I've had it on both knees (at the age of 38 and 46). Recovery within a few weeks (and that was without the excellent support that he will receive.
Born and bred a Buckeye, and spent 23 years in the military in SOF units...
1. Florida - (2006) ruined a perfect season and National Championship
2. USC - (1980 Rose Bowl, 'others') ruined a perfect season and National Championship
3. LSU - (2007) ruined a National Championship
4. Clemson - (1978 Gator Bowl, 2014 Orange Bowl) obvious
5. Michigan - because it's michigan
QB at Cambridge, 79-80. School still recovering from almost dropping sports in 78 due to a failed levy. Went 1-18-1 over my Jr/Sr years. Won the last game of my Sr year against Cincinnati Taft. I was toted off the field twice in an ambulance my senior season.
Gotta go with the black pants, in my opinion...
Also, if using a gray belt, I'd have the stripes down the leg be scarlet & gray; not scarlet & white...
Impenetrable...? Especially when you don't run E.Z. once you're inside the 10...
Great pick up for the Redskins!
Buckeye Trail? I remember when they became a school. Put together parts of Zane Trace, Madison, and a few others if I remember correctly. Became a small school basketball power for awhile.
No worries. His loss.
Cambridge, OH. I was almost 8 My dad, a full time NG, and his unit were on standby to deploy to the riots. I was probably on the side of 'don't throw rocks at folks with guns'. What many don't realize, the NG there were probably confused and scared, and became targets for the protestors. Sad for all involved.
Where from GoFor3? I'm from next door, Cambridge.
So, being an old retired vet myself, who keeps up to date on most goings on, how much does this have to do with the teachings/ attitudes of the professors and such on college campuses? To me at least, I believe that plays a part in this pathetic behavior. Quite frankly, this behavior really deserves an ass kicking.
With regard to Dr Andrews; do we know that he actually examined Jamel, or is giving his opinion?
'Someone, somewhere in that school' needs more than egg on their face....like a spine and a set of balls.
RC Cola > Coke > Pepsi every day of the week.
Sounds good; but my best drink was a green eyed brunette from Cincy.....
As for possible juniors, who are established, with high expectations, it's amazing that EZE has not been mentioned.
Jason, I assume there were at least 2 jail sentences for that 'offense'?
I love it when the 'hall monitors' show up.
With regard to your neck/back pain, you're going to have to assess your body and what you're ready to do. During my time in the military, I had issues begin with my neck due to a bad parachute accident. It built up slowly (disc bulging in c5 - c6 area). Eventually I woke up one morning with the worst pain I've ever experienced (felt like a railroad spike being driven into my neck. After two days of docs giving me muscle relaxer shots in my arse, I was finally given some real pain killer (morphine). After a few days, the pain subsided, and I had numbness in my upper right side of my back, my right triceps, down into my hands (could not do a push up or even push myself out of a chair. After a series of xrays, MRIs, and various others, they determined the issue. Physical therapy went first, but after the first few, I hurt worse than before, with no improvement. I opted for surgery sooner, rather than waiting for 6 months and hope the therapy worked. The doctor shaved my vertebra back a bit to relieve pressure on my nerve, and I was back to full op mode (jumping, shooting, running, etc.) in two months. It took almost a year to get most of my feeling back (never got it all back). 4 years later, it began again (the numbness, weakness, etc.). Figured out I'd need another surgery, so after returning from a deployment and getting a last jump in, I had two discs removed and a fusion done. I took awhile (couple years, but finally got my about 80-85% of my strength back, but it took commitment to working out and being very willing to swallow my pride in how I went about working out). There is still weakness (always will be), but I'm doing well and able to function pretty well. I was 38 on my first surgery, and 42 on the second one. I'm currently 52. Listen to your body.
Oh, deep tissue massage...works wonders.
Not much into musicals, but for some reason West Side Story always caught my attention...cause, 'I like to live i America'.....
9Route... though it has been awhile