As long as the defense holds them to 21 ppg or under we have a good chance at victory since even with Braxton out I think this offense should average somewhere in the mid 30s ppg. Looking forward to VA Tech next Saturday.
These look amazing. The MSU shoes are especially nice.
The eternally rare quadruple gif. 'Tis a thing of beauty.
I love how Birm watches the new guy get torn a new one and goes, "well that looks like fun!" He probably had the entire thread in mind when he said that, but the order of events is still quite hilarious to me.
I got about halfway through the lawsuit before checking to make sure that this wasn't a Ginter article. After seeing this wasn't the case and being assured it was a real lawsuit, I am left wondering how many other lawsuits out there are as funny as this one. Whoever read that thing when it was first filled must of been in tears. There are probably many other lawsuits just as hilarious too, which makes it just that much better. Nice find.
As a Browns fan, I'm actually cautiously optimistic about this upcoming season. I really liked what we did in the draft, despite not getting any receivers. When your a team as bad as the Browns are you could use some more talent at practically every position, so drafting based on the best available is a much better strategy than drafting based on needs. I also like the QB we just drafted + O-coordinator pairing; it actually makes sense for once. Our defense should be good enough to keep us in games/make up for the typical rookie QB hiccups and if we actually go 8-8 like Squirrel Master predicts I will be very happy. If we go 8-8 while showing major future potential I will be ecstatic.
I love the look on #43's face. It says he foresees pain in #3's near future.
All I have to say is, the PAC-12 Rose Bowl representative better pray we get into the NCG. If we're sitting there at 25-0, and not getting a chance to play for the title, we will have one angry OSU football team with Urban Meyer as their coach.
Of course current BIG players don't think were loud. Their teams suck, for the most part, so nobody gets loud. Maybe if you fielded better teams against us our fans would get more excited?
Honestly, I'm really excited for this basketball season. I feel like if we have some semblance of a post presence from Amir or Trey or whomever, that this is the year we finally break through to the title game.
This is not surprising. At all. Its not even worth a story anymore when the NCAA does something stupid, its just an everyday occurrence.
No respect I tell ya, no respect!
Wow! I didn't even know about half of that stuff. Definitely worth the read, very well written and jam packed with information. Too bad nothing will ever happen to programs that actually deserve the hammer as long as the NCAA has anything to say about it.
Since when is it a such a terrible thing to crush a terrible team anyway? I have played many sports and have been on the wrong end of some shellackings on a few occasions, its not that bad. Heck, it even provides an opportunity for you to laugh at yourself for how pitiful you just played. The fact that people get so upset at a team for destroying another team is silly to me, especially when those same people criticize the aforementioned team for not crushing teams in the first place.
Seriously. I don't think I have ever been more infuriated with the Browns, and that is saying something. The only logical conclusion is they want to tank for the first pick, but they obviously didn't need to give up Richardson to do that. Stupid all the way around. I'm so pissed off right now. Thank god for the Buckeyes.
It feels like every year some fans forget what a first game looks like. This is real life, not a video game people. We won, and as long as we do that every week, the rest will take care of itself.
God Damnit. I was all set to go to sleep and then I had to watch this. I have to get up early tomorrow too. Whelp. So much for that. :(
You realize that the grey area in Nevada only amounts to like, 10 people, right?
Isn't one of the basic principles when creating rules to only come up with ones you actually can enforce? Seems like the NCAA thinks its the other way around.
I went with Hyde. I'm a sucker for a good underdog story. Plus, it said he was a SUPER wildcard, which I assumed was what superman is to the average joe, expect for wildcards.
Why is this Sheridan character so mad?
Wow! I never thought that the NCAA would actually adopt a system that would allow them to do their jobs, but this is actually a step in the right direction. It might be a bit too harsh, but it will be a breath of fresh air considering you can get away with murder under the current system. Its quite surprising that Mark Emmert would actually come out and compare student-athletes with slaves like that though, might not be the smartest move. The rest of it I like and is a major upgrade to the current system.
What?! Dude, Im typing here..
Oh, this was a joke? ......My mistake then, should of known better.
I agree with most of you on here, its definitely Florida, followed by LSU. I can't stand those 2 fanbases. Alabama fans are actually not that bad by and large, surprised they were even on this list, especially in place of Florida. Alabama has been winning so much lately you would expect their fanbase to be filled with a bunch of giant tools, but they are actually much more humble than I would have expected. I don't even want to imagine what it would be like if Florida fans were having all that success, especially now that we have Meyer.
I don't really follow much of Bianchi, and only hear about how trolly he is, so I have to go with Mark May, who is OSUs #1 Troll.(Kinda like #1 fan in a fan club, but for trolls.) His time, effort, and passion for trolling our beloved university goes above and beyond what some of these "bandwagon" trolls bring to the table. He doesn't just hate Urban Meyer, or Jim Tressel, or the players on the team, he hates everything about us and always will. That is an impressive level of determination in my opinion, and living with that much hate cant be healthy.