Rutgers: East til you smell it, north til you step in it.
The Complete Works of Plato (seriously); Aristotle's "Metaphysics' and 'Nichomachean Ethics'; 'The Confessions' by St. Augustine; The complete (and growing) 'Shannara' series by Terry Brooks.
"Serving Size: 1", right?
This calls for a Hot-N-Ready.
I seriously had no idea that we were known for being inhospitable.
Quick anecdote: I was in the VC one night for an installment of The Game and amidst the sea of scarlet and gray, a husband and wife awash in maize and blue walked in and stationed themselves right in the middle of the main bar. I'm not sure they paid for a drink all night. It was like they were celebrities or something, everyone around them was as friendly and welcoming as could be and people were coming from other parts of the bar to make a point of saying hello and welcoming them. If there had been smartphones and the Twitters at the time, they would have been the subject of a lot of selfies.
So, yeah, cheering for their destruction on the field is one thing, but I've never seen our fans as inhospitable, and I've seen a lot of drunks from both sides in close proximity to one another.
How long ago was that?? I was a freshman in the Fall of 1980 and 7, and I'm purtdamnshure it was BD then.
No true grammarian (see what I did there) would omit the Oxford comma or leave only one space after a period.
Marcus Marek and Gary Williams. ftw
That was my freshman year at tOSU. One of my Steeb floormates was on the front page of the Lantern the next day wearing a "Save Earle" t-shirt. He still catches flack for that.
Wins are overrated. What about his WAR?
UFM said last week, either on his call-in show or his weekly press conference, that he was calling (most, many, a significant number of) the plays himself. He just said it in passing and no one really followed up.
Boat shoes and a visor...smdh...kids today.
I bet Schlegs was disappointed, though. I bet he was looking to break down and put a good form tackle on him or, even better, a Big Kat vs Corby Jones
"[T]he coaches at Ohio State feel that our passing attack will be a valuable auxiliary to our running attack, not only to loosen the defense, but to score touchdowns." W. Woodrow Hayes Football at Ohio State (1957), pg. 70.
If there were 8 or 9 guys in the box do you not think that Woody would throw the ball?
That hit now gets a flag every time in college and NFL.
This has been a busy, trying week on the personal front and I haven't had much time to look at Cincy too closely so just going off of what I know and have heard, I would have opened the line at one of these three numbers: Ohio State -10 1/2, -13 1/2, -14 1/2