Video shows Smith's SUV approaching Hayes' Hummer, from behind, and possibly hitting Hayes. Hayes proceeds to pull over, but Smith goes around him and continues on his way. I'm assuming Hayes continued to follow Smith, and then the rest of the event unfolded.
Curious to see what happens.
If I recall correctly, was he not in the hospital a little while ago? Was there any ever news released as to why he was there? Because if I recall correctly he was in pretty bad shape. Unless this is the reason why. Maybe I'm just a confused lost soul that can't keep up with the news.
That's awesome! I'm on the prowl to get them, somehow. I may have to see if some relatives in Ohio will travel to the events for me.
Wish I could get these too. Traveling from Pittsburgh six times probably wouldn't be the most convenient/cost friendly thing to do, but they look awesome!
If anyone would like to help a fellow Buckeye out, let me know!
Terrific story! It's great to read about players and their impact in the community or family, rather than just reading their stats or impact on the field. I think it's great to read about their character, and impact on things off of the football field. I wish the best for Tyquan.
I love the gray stripe jerseys that they wore in the playoffs and the first two games this season, but I do like seeing a new alternate uniform every year. The players love it, the recruits love it, why not embrace it for one or two games a season!?
I sure hope it's the Pirates! butttttt I don't think the odds are in their favor.
Awesome article! I'm going to attempt to be less pessimistic and just sit back and enjoy the ride, or should I say the Grind??
Does anyone have a link to the shoes that were released for the "black out?"
I feel your pain as a fellow size 15 shoe wearer. I was bummed out last year when they only went to size 12. No love for the big foot
This is great news. Anxious to see some of the changes for this weeks game and as the season progresses. Still awaiting for the giant to awaken and unleash on any and every opponent.
Personally, I think that some of CJ's frustration may come from not have the deep threat outlet that Devin Smith presented last year. If you look back to his first 3 games, he threw a lot of deep passes to Smith, some that were not the best throws, but Smith made great catches. If those passes are not caught, the Buckeyes down situation may have looked differently, proposing new challenges to CJ. This year, whether it be wrong routes, penalties, etc., it seems like CJ is a little overwhelmed to me at times, and I can't blame him because I would too. The last thing that I notice, and I don't know how anyone else feels about this, is that when JT is in the game, things seem to be more calm and efficient. Not sure why I get that feeling, but it seems to me that his presence on the field is more demanding and calming. Just my thoughts.
I was in 5th grade. I remember watching the news, and how nobody knew what was going on when the first plane hit. I ended up getting an early dismissal from school after the Pentagon was hit.
I am now a social studies teacher, and today I discussed 9/11 with my 9th graders. All of them were 1 year old or less at the time, so obviously they do not remember much of it, but they were very intrigued and asked a lot about what I remember and what had happened.
As bad as the situation with J.T. going down is, I keep telling myself that Cardale didn't just haplessly end up on the roster for the Buckeyes. I am excited to see what Cardale can bring to the Buckeye's game plan this week. Though I do not expect him to light up the stat sheet like J.T. or be a razzle dazzler like Braxton, Cardale is more than capable than performing well. Just need to get some confidence to get the ball rolling.
Such terrible news. Prayers go out to Ohio State and the Karageorge family.
One of my college teammates took his life during my senior year, not the type of news that anybody wants to hear or can prepare themselves to hear.
So sad. My condolences go out to all family and friends.