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Comment 2 hours ago

Although, evidently Klay Thompson is arguably an even better shooter than pretty much anyone else who was in the Bulls backcourt along with MJ. (I guess that would include Coach Kerr?)  

Force multiplier...guard Steph all you want Klay guns you down.

Comment 27 May 2016

Think about it, only the Buckeyes have beaten Alabama in the last two years without cheating. That's a whole lot of games, without checking I'd say it's 27?

Comment 27 May 2016

Are you kidding? The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has not even put any of those accused of covering up Sandusky's crimes on trial, and they never would have done anything to Dead JoePa had he not croaked a couple of months after the whole thing blew up. This fall the Buckeyes could be playing at "Joe Paterno Field". /rant

Comment 23 May 2016

I can see the occasional play-action pass or screen, but I think it's JT and Weber most of the day.

So the O-line doesn't do any pass protection before they get to Norman? Good luck with that. 

Comment 22 May 2016

He did have the costly mistake on a punt return against Clemson, in the Orange Bowl. Stuff happens. Still an outstanding Buckeye and NFL player.

Comment 22 May 2016
I don't even want to think about how many of these I ate back in the day...
I sorta cheated, because it turns out they're back, except now the Amazon delivery truck will leave them at your door. I'm tempted to order a can today!
Comment 22 May 2016

I just realized, Bosa will now be on the same team as Melvin Gordon III. At practice will the former Badger again be the former Buckeye's bitch like in the B1G Championship Game?

Comment 21 May 2016

This is great. Got buzzed by a pair of low-flying F-15s early this afternoon while driving on Pacific Coast Highway near King Harbor in Redondo Beach, CA.  They had just done a flyover at the Armed Forces Day Parade in nearby Torrance.

Comment 18 May 2016

I remember seeing Yes in concert after Rick Wakeman rejoined the band in the late 70s, he had left after they recorded Tales from Topographic Oceans, which was a little out there even for some of the more devoted Yes fans.

Great writeup as always Nellie, but I'm a bit surprised you didn't mention that Rick's son Oliver has followed in Rick's musical footsteps, even having toured with recent incarnations of Yes.

I heard yesterday that there is a new Yes tour this summer, perhaps the first since the passing of Chris Squire, and it will be heavy on material from early albums including lots of music from Tales.