Buckeyes reeling in one big fish after another!
I thought Marcus Baugh was a senior, but I checked the official roster and sure enough it says he's a junior. I would think he'd have to have a really good season to make going to the draft make sense, but if he's like what he's shown in the bowl game and the spring game then he could go...
The dude is a force, for sure. I'd say that I hope he's ok, except that I have absolutely no doubt that he is. Probably enjoying a killer vacation.
Seems to me Coach Meyer has been blamed for all kinds of crap over the past few years, from the crimes of Aaron Hernandez on down. The guys on the team have to know that he can't afford to give them a lot of rope. Now that Dunn is gone, I just hope the others will be properly mindful of that reality for at least another six weeks...
Thanks, little birdie!
It may well have been an incorrect supposition on my part. It will be interesting to see where Mr. Green ends up.
Funny how "released from scholarship" is a euphemism for "kicked off the team" much the same way as being "let go" is a euphemism for being fired or laid off from a job.
Tennessee can't do anything but hand the ball to Hurd...at least for much of last season...and Florida is still looking for a QB after the steroid guy was caught back in October.
Eye of the Needle. It was actually a very good movie, but she was a great chick and I should have been talking to her the entire time...or something else.
Horrible, gawd-awful piece of garbage.
Well, no one is going to accuse Hubbard of selling short.
Perhaps I missed it, but is that shoulder going to be 100% soon enough? Maybe it is already, the article didn't really say, it just said that he was able to practice shooting again.
CO in a car can be dangerous but rarely happens in late model cars. Odd that an NFL player would have that problem.
How about let's maybe talk about it after the people who were charged with the effing cover-up actually go on trial, FFS?
What, no gators? Too bad it wasn't at Disney World.
Gazoo was way more talented.
Perhaps I missed it if this was already mentioned, but IIRC this battle was part of the storyline in Tolstoy's classic War and Peace.
With apologies also if that title doesn't appear in italics, I'm on my iPad.
A few years ago our family spent a week visiting family in Ohio, and as it happened we flew back to Los Angeles on the afternoon of July 4. Our plane was on approach to LAX just before sunset. I'll always remember looking out the window and seeing fireworks literally everywhere, nothing but urban sprawl under a vast canopy of sparkly colorful exploding things.
Basically nobody cares whether it's legal or not. It's the Fourth!
Happy Fourth of July to all.
Biggest contract in NBA history? That can't be correct information. This guy played his college ball at a football school.
I agree, and I was surprised to see Bama beat them as badly as they did.
That's damn impressive. Is Lebron playing baseball now?
Amen to that, that's the other brew in my beverage cooler right now. I also like Stone IPA a lot, and Racer 5 (although it's kinda too strong for me these days).
I'm with you so far as recommending Sam Adams for the occasion, but why not go with their Rebel IPA?
Aside from that, I'll also suggest Ranger IPA from New Belgium (the Fat Tire people), just because that's what I'm enjoying at the moment, and because it tastes soooo good.