I know they NEVER do this, but I'd love for there to be a women's option on alternate jerseys for once!
There are plenty of mascots; some have stories and others are just obvious. For example, C row's plush Crow.
I bet the spread (-11) on the VT game with a co-worker. Loser has to buy the winner a bottle of bourbon under $40. Still need to pick out the bottle, but I will certainly toast to him upon receipt.
So... any suggestions for a great bottle up to $40? I recently tried Elijah Craig 12 yr and liked it a lot.
Not sure about the trademark, but he definitely knows about it. I met him at Buckeye Corner before the VT game last year. He was promoting these shirts to raise money for a charity.
It's a damn good shirt. I wear this in Boulder and Denver and people stop me for photos like I'm famous.
My favorite is still the Homage 'Script Ohio' for obvious reasons.
Beat me to it by a few minutes! Great minds...
I'm just reading one of these features for the first time, so forgive me if this has been covered Matt, but why aren't there points awarded for the Lombardi/Bednarik/Ray Guy type awards but there are points for the Heisman?
Also, that's not the only wood Hawk has laid on a Quinn.
I think the whole board has been calling for this for a long time now!
You will not get a debate from me on that. Fisher class of 2009 was full of good ones.
Exactly! I graduated in the same class with Elika and Travis. So awesome.
VT plans are hectic: I close on my new house 8/31, head to Chicago for work 9/3, stay the weekend in Chicago for a good friend's wedding, then get back to Denver the night of 9/6. Work on the house all day 9/7 before showering and heading to a Buckeye alumni bar because watching big games with Buckeyes is the only way to do it.
We're hosting a housewarming/birthday party centered around the Penn State game.
Touche. But it feels like there has to be a less permanent way...
One thing that's not widely advertised: one needs to take this every day, making the monthly cost $400 for one extra satisfying occasion. Plus, it works to actually change brain chemistry (vs the temporary impact of Cialis or Viagra). As my wife said, "No thanks."
Unfortunately, it looks like most systems are out of date. Eastbay, Champs, etc are showing availability before you add to cart.
I tried to buy online just after 10 AM ET but was relegated to "waiting in line" while others checked out by 10:03. The window stayed open for a little over an hour before I got the "sorry, sold out" notification.
I never thought I could be so frustrated by a pair of shoes.
... at the age of 18 I went off to evil medical school. At the age of 25 I took up tap dancing. I wanted to be a quadruple threat.
Thankfully, OSUMB bowl jerseys and a few licensed jerseys have me covered: 1, 4, 5 (x2), and 6 all hang in the closet.
Bingo. I *saw* a ragged copy of a book back in 2005, but never had my own, despite several years in and around the band. I'd say 90% of that book went unused or forgotten. Can't deny that the songs we did sing were vulgar in content and language, but this long lost song goes far beyond anything I remember.
Agreed. I can't for the life of me place this song from my time in the band a decade ago, just like you don't know it from today.
I loved Lauren Hill's story and would've been happy to see her life recognized, but I'm not mad at recognition of Caitlyn Jenner, either. Both are deserving in different ways for different types of courage. The insensitive comments on here are proof enough of the courage it took for Jenner to share her story and live her life openly.
The one unsettling thing to me is the timing of the ESPYs announcement - it happened within hours of the Vanity Fair cover release. It reeks of a larger PR machine.
Stew is a lot like your friend; head drum major, led Jack Nicklaus onto the field for his i-dot, won Most Inspirational Bandperson, and recently sold his drum major memorabilia to raise money to offset his mother's medical bills after she survived cancer.
I'm not saying he didn't do it. If he did, I hope he gets everything he has coming to him. It's just hard to imagine this is all true.
I do know Stew from my years in band and this is a huge shock. We're not close now, but back then he was an amazing ambassador for OSU. He gave you the gut feeling of "there's a great guy and future leader." Scrolling Facebook this morning, the TBDBITL reaction is largely shock. Last guy you'd expect to see in the news for this.
Signed in just to up vote. That's some quick thinking, right there.
I love Mike Stewart (Stewie!!!) and Chris Hoch, but no one with prior connections to TBDBITL will be seriously considered for the head job, IMO. Drake and others are trying to create more control and distance themselves from that regime. As long as they keep Hoch in charge of charting I believe the traditions of excellence on the field will be preserved with this new direction. The culture, while not perfect, is something I think future members will miss out on. At least I get to say, "back in my day..." now.
I just hate that Jon and the band had to go through this. TBDBITL, the institution, will be okay, though.