Do people even read the articles?
I wondered, so I looked. From Wikipedia:
Although the origin of the phrase has been challenged and debated over the years, the most logical and realistic explanation comes from an extinct baseball park called West Side Grounds that the Chicago Cubs called home from 1893 to 1915. As legend has it, a mental hospital called the Neuropsychiatric Institute was located directly behind the left field wall. The Institute housed mental patients who could be heard making strange and bizarre comments within listening distance of players and fans. Thus, if someone said that you were "way out in left field," the person was questioning your sanity and comparing you with a mental patient
I don't always see things, but when I do, it's what you did there.
The people I definitely don't feel sorry for are the 18 year old incoming freshman at Ole Miss that accepted anything illegal during the recruiting process.
"Welcome to Ole Miss! ...............you'll never get to play in the post-season........."
I couldn't read your all-caps real well... did you say that Ohio State's tailbacks had only six 4th quarter carries total in the Buckeyes' four losses under Urban Meyer?
I think I would be.
Agree with this one, I do.
I suspect this list will grow considerably over the next 4-8 years.
Yeah, seriously, Urban doesn't know what he's doing when it comes to recruiting.
Only -3 on the HS balance to gray out a comment? Must have been good times.
I'm really going to hate cheering against him if he's drafted by the Bengals.
Is M Man back?
I know the first two factors in homeownership cost is location and location, but what is the third again?
Okay, y'all. Had a lot of downtime and here is how I watched them. Thanks for all your input!
I don't regret it!
I watched Teen Wolf yesterday.
That's all I've got.
Been that way for years, unfortunately.
I know we like to complain about bad drivers in the snow and make fun of folks from Michigan, but nobody drives through the snow better than U.P. dwellers. "Oh, foot of snow today? Yeah, I guess I'll slow down to 65 mph." They know what the hell they're doing.
We're right around that gas price now from 2003. That pleases me.
Yeah, but Big Ten track is slow. They ain't no SEC.
It helps fund the football program so it's profitable and doesn't need to be subsidized by the university, and ultimately, by the state, and ultimately by you (assuming you pay Ohio taxes).
Forget the route running, give Teddy a set of hands like Thomas and he is a top 5 wide receiver.
Great movie, entitled.... wait for it........... SE7EN!!!