Sleek. Smooth. Dangerous. Perfect.
Any one know if finish line will have them in store? More specifically the finish line at Tuttle mall.
Sitting at work crying because i'm laughing so hard at these reviews.
Currently using the S5 and I have the same problem.
It's a disaster. They're ruining the entire flow of the game with constant flags. It's almost unbearable to watch.
Oh my....ohhhh myyyyyy
Never had the opportunity to attend in the past but really looking forward to attending this year and donating to the foundation while stuffing my face with bbq.
I think that's the key to our entire season. We HAVE to keep him healthy.
More like night terrors.
The hover over text on the Pete gif is hysterical.
I agree with Rubrix. If the difference between D and C deck is only 60 bucks right now I'd just spend the extra and move down a level, absolutely worth it.
My heart tells me leave the guy in to watch the magic as much as we can before its over. But my brain knows that any reps we can give those back up QB's are going to go a long way in developing them for next year. I'm torn.
Well imagine that, Torrance Gibson is lining up at WR today in 7-on-7. Guess the ankle is feeling better.— Jeremy Birmingham (@Birm) July 9, 2014
Birm wrote that Gibson was with the QB's on day one (while saying all day he was a QB and wouldn't be with the WR's) but then I believe did end up moving to the WR's the next day. I don't remember seeing anything on him actually saying why he made the switch after the first day though. There was talk of him having an ankle injury but I'm not sure if that factored into it or not.
That is hysterical.
Well this was the first year they have tried it that way. It worked really well, was user friendly and makes less work for the university. I could see them rolling it out across all season tickets in the near future.
Doesn't even have to be a common provider. When you sign into say Watch ESPN app it asks you your cable provider and then your username and password through that provider. But I would recommend checking the apps first to make sure they have the cable provider you want to use. Not all the apps have all cable providers.
Most of them should be on the apps espn to go, btn2go and the CBS app. The only problem you might run into is that a lot of those apps make you sign in using a cable username and password. So basically they want you to pay for cable in order to use the streaming services. However, in college I didn't have cable but couldn't miss my buckeye games so i used my parents username and password and it worked great. So really all you need to do is find a nice friend or family member that does have cable and see if you can piggy back off their info (much like many people using the same netflix account).