And an asterisk for Noah Spence, 8th pick in the second round.
Yes, please and thanks.
In my opinion as a resident, outside of Columbus (obvii), San Diego is the best city in the country!
Glad to see another Buckeye coming to my town! WELCOME TO SD, BIG BEAR!!
And you know this how, exactly? Just curious - not trying to agitate.
...get them in a WHOLE MESS of trouble. Be smart, guys - hire good financial advisers and stay out of trouble!
I hope that he uses the critical eye in recruiting and evaluating talent that only one who played like he did can have. I hope that he recruits hustle, tenacity, selflessness, and industry, all traits he carried in spades as a player.
Welcome home, Chris - how firm thy friendship!
Urbz needs to extend an offer now and lock him out from anyone else.
Exactly. And unfortunately, our "news at all costs" media is enabling this bullshit. I hate what our 24/7 media has become for this exact reason. I "cut the cable" and don't watch any TV news at all anymore. If I want to develop my own opinion of what's going on in the world, I turn to the internet; while it is far from perfect, at least there are lots of views of the truth instead of just one, and I can make up my own mind.
And this earns a DV? What. The. Fuck.
As are the two who are DV'ing rational comments about Troy, the university, and the absolute stupidity of driving while impaired. W.T. actual F.?!?
Jumpin' Jayzus - someone wants to DV that? WTF?
I'd love to see Feder step up and be able to take the LT spot. That would give us 6'9" (maybe more, now), 3xx and 6'7", 316 protecting JT's backside. LIKEE.
It's a Bosagon. You're welcome.
The chemistry problems were pretty obvious, as was the lack of intensity that has been mentioned by many. But let's not overlook a 20+ win season with a really young team, for crying out loud.
We are a spoiled lot.
Hear, hear! It's gone unsaid too often here, but the media's got an obligation to tell the whole truth, as well - not an opinion on what the truth is, absent facts (looking at you, ESPN).
Right. Because it's been, oh, 25 years or so since I was down that way, though, since they are both owned by the same company I wasn't sure if anything had been renamed.
Should be "walking trails" in/around the CBus environs, but I will say Hocking Hills are quite nice - I stand corrected. Did quite a bit of hiking in said Rockies myself, and even in your fine state - Rock Creek ring a bell? Lolo National Forest?
1. The Columbus Zoo: world class
2. Central location: easy drives to King's Island (or Dominion, whichever it's called now), Cedar Point, The Greenbriar, Indy, etc.
3. Center of Science and Industry (COSI): outstanding
4. Great hiking/biking trails and many other outdoor recreation activities
The list goes on and on, but these are great for starters with your wife and kids. They'll never want for things to do, that I can assure you. I miss and think about Columbus all the time. GOOD LUCK and GO BUCKS
Finally someone puts a finger on the real issue. The coaching staff, though, has to understand what's going on behind the scenes and be willing to address it; the chemistry side of developing young players can't be overlooked or underestimated.
Absolutely. If you follow rules, the "Magic Roundabout" is a piece of cake. If I never go back to India, it will be 1 day too soon.
Everyone in Swindon, where this is located, avoids it like the plague. Oddly, though, it has the fewest accidents of any roundabout in England. People in it drive. Very. Slowly.
Intersections? Those are no intersections. THIS is an intersection...
I actually successfully navigated this insanity a few times.
As always, great skully, DJ.
It's just too easy to troll these twerps. "Harvard of the midwest". Right.
All square. Now go get paid and someday come back and contribute in meaningful ways after you get your degree.