That's why whenever I am going, I order ahead. Then I just walk up to the register and walk out with my food. Most of the time, I am not staying. They're industrial style makes it incredibly too loud with just a couple people inside and everyone I've been into seems to be cramped for any space.
One of my favorite things about this site is being able to read an article and know exactly who wrote it based upon style or content without referencing the byline. Lots of great content continues to be put out daily for us to absorb. Thanks for the article, Doc.
Number under the post is representative of what the captcha number was to be able to make the post. I haven't see the captcha graphic for my posts yet, so I don't know if it's associated with number or posts or something like that.
I oddly started really missing thunderstorms when I lived in San Diego. That wasn't something I ever really realized I'd miss out on until I was back in Ohio visiting.
So far, the site seems to be working flawlessly. Thanks, Birm!
Luckily I have no responsibilities at work today. Probably still should've taken the day off, though.
UFM is in the running for the Eddie Robinson coach of the year award. It is presented by the Football Writers Association of America. Also, Jim Tressel was named the award winner in 2002, a year in which he did NOT win a B1G CotY. So this wouldn't be the first time for an OSU coach to win the national award and not win his own conference.
The military has since changed their regulations to allow those not in uniform to be able to render a military salute, as well.
Jalin was a high school QB. As such, I would think that Jalin is the more likely candidate to come in if we were to need to replace Cardale (Man do I hope this doesn't happen.) As much as I want to win the championship and make it into the playoffs, I don't know if it is worth burning a redshirt for Collier. Also, Jalin has in game experience to help remove jitters if he were needed to be our QB. Not the same, obviously, but having some experience anywhere is better than no experience in a big game.
They also seem to have updated the "Events" page as it no longer gives a time for the game and instead it is yet to be determined.
I just checked the website link and the time matches going to 0000 the day of the game. I believe that is 12 AM, I always confuse the two so I stick to military time. They must have updated it.
I was already on that as well, texting a couple of my co-workers. There isn't much better than living in PA and being able to talk up the Browns. Except rooting for the Buckeyes, of course.
They are tonight's announcers.
Herbstreit is one of the announcers for tonight's game with Fowler. They never make picks for games in which they will be the announcers so as not to show a bias toward either team. We all know who he probably would've picked, though.
Caught in a landslide
Wisconsin with a TD. Up by 9, now. Wisconsin and Rutgers (seriously?) look like the best games to watch right now.
I believe I read here previously that he is expected to be at every game, including away games. The only game he was expected to miss attending was last week at Navy due to being so quick after his surgery.
I don't see a "It doesn't matter, I'll be at the game." option.
I was thinking much of the same thing. I was also wondering if the way he was using his arm during his recovery due to the previous injury didn't in some way lead to or cause the tear, as well. Such as if the arm was still tender, so he slightly changed his mechanics to ease the tenderness, but this also cause a different pressure or arm motion than what he had been using and wasn't as strong.
I'm 30 and talking on the phone is an integral part of my job. However, when I'm not at work, I will seek out any other avenue possible so that I don't have to call somebody. I absolutely hate using the phone.
I sat here and refreshed at least a hundred times in the last 20 minutes waiting for 11W to come back up.
I noticed that as well. Just went to the homepage instead to find the article.
Everything so far keeps going back to Tim May's original article. Until there is another independent source, I'm going to hold my breath. Bucknuts posted the same thing linking to Tim May's article.
He's been recovering from the other injury since February. If it's a re-injury of the same thing, depending on severity, I could definitely see the entire season. He also has never redshirted, so depending on the way the season goes if he truly is injured, I could see attempting to hold him for next year. Definitely all situational.
Continuously checking elsewhere and I haven't seen this repeated by anybody else. However, May is usually pretty accurate with his information and I don't think he would report it otherwise.