That must be one dangerous girl.
But Dennis Leary would. *NSFW*
maybe in the liver, maybe in the kidneys, maybe even in the colon.
Can't decide if I should reply with, "Miss Texas is a Lombardi finalist?" or "As if that kid noticed the football players in the room."
Played in a youth soccer tourney in Lexington a long, long time ago. :)
From Stow, lived in C-Bus 10 years, in Streetsboro for the moment.
Lol, it already is.
Time out? Seriously? Corner blitz time.
A lot of back-ups in, can we keep it?
Still almost had it.
Understandable. As long as he's getting playing opportunity at the club (assuming it's not an academy) that should be the best place for him. He will likely get better coaching and exposure there. If it is an academy, playing time won't matter too much, since they will practice way more than they will play in games. The pros to playing at school would be to play with folks he may be playing with in high school, get more playing time (if that's an issue), and work in the system that feeds into the high school if (and that's a big if) the program is that sophisticated. In most cases, the club is way better in this scenario.
Club is likely the best place for him, though it could depend on the coaching at the club and the school and the type of club and the playing opportunities there. May I ask what club/school?
He was really banged up last year if I recall correctly. There's no way they abandon the run early, regardless of the score.
Now this is high comedy.
Yeah, this was an easy choice. Hoke has 1 in the win section, so absolutely prefer the RichRod era to the Hoke era.
Yep, twice their coverage players ran about 10 yards offside before the kicker got to the ball, and they ran all the seconds off the clock. Bert had the audacity to deny they did it intentionally afterwards.
I will be participating in this excellent proposition as well. As a fringe lexophile, I always enjoy challenges of this nature. Earle, please rectify the wee oversight in the tag that appears in each and every post of yours, I fear it is counterproductive to your cause. I wonder if I will get any odd responses when colleagues and suppliers read the electronic correspondence sent their way, or if the lack of such an unnecessary letter will even be noticed at all. And don't err and consider this endeavor to be born out of fear or annoyance, but instead think of it as just one additional way to stick it to that awful school up north and better oneself in the process.
Pellini probably has the best case of anyone not named Urban, but I think losing your star QB and turning around the defense this year should be enough to have an OSU coach actually win it this year, provided we win the rest of our games.
I'm with you. Maybe I'm just noticing it more this year, but the penalty statistics of OSU opponents when we play them this year have been huge outliers.