Anyone else ever notice the ref on the far sidelines during this play? When he hits the Bama 40-yard-line, the dude is hauling ass. Running with his head turned to watch the play, he stays nearly stride for stride with #4 from Bama. And Zeke beats the zebra by only about 10 yards.
On signing day, there was video of the staff reacting to Bell's announcement. I wonder if that vid still exists. It was awesome.
I didn't know Potter had that kind of range. I like it.
Mr. Spring Game!
In recent years I've stayed at the Hyatt Place on Tuttle Road in Dublin. It's not close to campus, but it's a nice place and they do not increase their prices for football weekends.
I used to stay at the Red Roof on Olentangy. Great location but the rates on football weekends are absurd, especially for such a bad hotel.
UM must have cooled on him. ;-p
I was in church one Sunday when one of our pastors left the sanctuary because he had to throw up. And he didn't turn off his mic. You can only imagine.
Wow, that documentary is intense...random thoughts on the documentary: I was 7 years old at the time and I remember hearing about Kent State, and I definitely remember Neil Young's song...It's very interesting to hear the perspectives of people who lived through it...the demonstration on Wall Street -- the construction workers fighting the protestors is mind-blowing...I'd never heard about Nixon walking out of the White House in the middle of the night to speak to protestors at the Lincoln Memorial...I had a teacher in high school who was a student at the University of Iowa in 1970; he said there was rioting, but then administrators closed the school for the semester and everyone went home...I had a math teacher in junior high who demonstrated at Kent State; he was a tremendous math teacher; he still had long hair and a beard, wore a leather jacket with fringe, bell bottoms, but he never offered any opinions to us on what happened at Kent.
Nixon was accompanied on that day by Ronald Reagan, governor of California.
Micah is from my alma mater, and he might be the first scholarship basketball player that Mentor has had at OSU. Don Jantonio, in the 1990s, originally was a walk-on and he might have earned a scholarship later on.
It looks like the Sea Captain in the Sizzler video is seconds away from committing a felony.
That would be the greatest thing ever.
Darn good parenting right there
The Running of the
All of you foodies, stay the hell away from our grilled cheeses!
Well played, sir.
Good example of this was Hal Mumme putting his offense into place while the coach at tiny, NAIA Iowa Wesleyan College.
I don't think Thad's assistant coaches the last two years have been at the same level of his past staffs.
John U. Bacon? Didn't want to be confused with the famous John Bacon?
Definitely. And the ref who's running down the sideline shows off some impressive wheels, too. For a ref.
That's unbelievably awesome. When did you find out that you were part of history?
I was there -- the only Rose Bowl game I've attended. Tremendous experience.
Vermeil's commentary leading up to Boston's TD was funny -- the refs were making him crazy.
Prayer Guy, let me shake your hand.
What are our chances of winning the national title? Did we qualify nine wrestlers? How many did Iowa qualify?
This team is a blast to watch.
And the women don't leave early for the pros, right?