Why did Bosa take Watt's number?
From the amount of the times I've heard the weather conditions used as an excuse for the loss you'd think the game was played in a hurricane
As a Warrior & Buckeye fan D'Angelo's play yesterday gave me mixed emotions. Definitely happy to see him breaking out a bit though.
Better Call is awesome, Black Sails is unwatchable. It's Always Sunny & Broad City probably round out my top 3, maybe the OJ show.
Appreciate all the work you put in, Birm
Agreed. Obviously it's very hard to criticize Urban Meyer when he's lost 4 games in 4 years, but this season could have been handled a lot better from a coaching perspective. And not after the fact, either. Most of the things that went wrong were first-guessed, not second-guessed.
I miss college. It was cool when you messed up and you just called your parents and told them to handle it. It was like having a lawyer on permanent retainer
*cries a single tear of joy looking at them*
I guess the lesson is if the staff doesn't want their recruiting efforts hampered by boos from the crowd they shouldn't have a terrible game plan, terrible play calling and terrible execution by their players on the field.
Chipotle is awesome if you want a kind of good burrito for $10
Go to an Italian deli and get you a nice big mortadella sangwich. That's the best thing about being in NJ.
Kam Williams is right about Maryland crab cakes. I was in Baltimore last week and got 2 from Faidley's. Them shits was the size of a softball and very delicious.
I love alternate uniforms so I'm excited to see them. As long as there are leaves on the helmet I'm good with whatever uniform combination they can come up with. I do hope the helmets aren't matte though.
381 got damn yards
114 god damn yards
Got me fired up!
If I wasn't 5'10" 150 with no muscle and scared of contact I'd be ready to put on the pads and get out there!
You realize how impossibly hard it is to make the NFL when you think about a guy Johnson. Just making it onto a roster at a program like Ohio State's you are in the .01% (or whatever) of all kids who played football. And you still have no chance to play in the league.
Dealing with the whims of high school kids as a big part of your job must be a never ending migraine
I'm out here representing Oakland California
I don't claim to be a football expert but having an "unstoppable" defensive line seems like it could be a good thing