If Mexico has to play the US in Mapfre Staduim on Veterans Day, I feel kind of sorry for them. It's already their personal house of horrors from Dos a Cero, add in some kind of huge patriotic tribute for Veterans Day, and the crowd will be even more wild.
In Fickell I trust. Considering the success that was D. Lee, I think this guy will end up being very good.
I fault Paul Brown for that. Paul Brown decided to let Bill Walsh go, and I think Archie and Pete Johnson could've been a very good 1-2 attack both receiving and running in the West Coast Offense.
Plus, his rookie year he was like a cheat code in Madden. There was something in his base stats (And I've looked, I can't tell what) that allowed me to own slot routes with him, even if he was a mid 70s rated player.
Whoever gets to go on visits to Jackson Carman is a lucky tOSU staff member. If I were on staff, I'd be sending a shopping list with them. Fairfield High is right up the road from Jungle Jim's.
Also, as a big middle finger to the NCAA. Quite frankly, if I had my druthers, Mark Emmert would be ridden out of town on a rail if he ever came to Columbus.
It's spelled like the auto dealer in C-bus.
I'm a Cincy native, and sometimes get my back up about it, but pretty much don't care, since a lot of the criticism is sincere and accurate (except Skyline, you all need to let my Skyline be!). I also root for UC in basketball and football, except when they go head to head with the Buckeyes.
When I was a little kid (5 & 6 at the time he was at TSUN), he was my favorite player to watch in the NCAA tourney, since I, in my infinite kid wisdom, associated Weber with the grill, and I loved "Haggamers" cooked on the Weber grill, and at the time, my favorite color was blue.
And for every can you return, you get another bet.
Although one of the most awesome/fun things is to throw out a can, a single can, I bring up from Ohio when I'm visiting my little brother (It's technically illegal to do so with cans bought in TSUN). The looks I get are awesome. Also, before you ask, because of can redemption, there is literally no recycling available anywhere up there.
The most fun I'll have with this is when I visit my younger brother, who works up there, and recently moved to the west side of
Ann Arbor Mordor (also totally photoshopping a "One does not simply walk into Mordor" to have the TSUN M in it. He went to UC, but said he's willing to put it up if I make it.). I'll wear some Ohio State gear and randomly shout out, go Amarillo! With a heavy accent on the double L.
That is the one thing they've improved immensely over the past few years. Each iteration lets you make players better by playing all the games in franchise mode, and the practices.
But it's in Spanish! So it's so much cooler!
And if you can afford it, Agave based sugar. A friend's mom made some cookies with that for a tailgate, and her original sugar cookies were really good, but these were just spectacular.
And I'd love to smack them too.... but I can't decide between a two by four, a baseball bat, or a lead pipe. Also, in the Kitchen, in the Living Room, or In the Bedroom?
Cincinnati is a bizzare college sports loyalty town. From personal experience, I would say most Moeller kids have split loyalties, and Ohio State was not on the list in my day. TSUN was, because of the Reds and Barry Larkin.
He held a satellite camp on Oahu. Not sure which high school.
Have to wonder if he's related to the Maiava that played for USC during the Carroll years. Probably from different islands (Maiava from USC was from Maui, and Harbaugh was at a camp on Oahu, my cousin's son participated in it).
Rest in Peace to one of the best coaches ever, regardless of sport. I suppose you could say she already had reached the Summit of Rocky Top, where did she have to go but up?
Yep. Wisconsin should only allow offsite games at Lambeau in late November or early December. Schedule that instead of Chickenshit Saturday, SEC!
That's the part I don't really believe, and that the reporter just went ahead and published for emotional appeal more than any reasoned argument. Considering the number of players before 2014 who were held out for concussions, and definitely the amount of almost "over caution" the OSU Medical staff has taken since, I can't see him being pushed to come back. Maybe his mom misinterpreted teammates and coaches expressing solidarity with him, like, "We miss you at practice, can't wait until you're back."
The only way this could be better is that it forces Brady to retire in shame.
Broken clocks and blind squirrels.
I hated all his books anyways.