Buckeyes playing poorly, and my mother in law is in town. I'm in for a long night.
He was cited for an illegal u turn. I asked my cousin who works for CPD. Ironically enough, I was told that had JT stayed in the line for the checkpoint he probably would have driven right through, as CPD only checks 1 in 4 cars.
We are in Dublin, but are willing to drive to Cicny if need be.
One of those comments that should be read out loud before posting.
We have found a few potential renters, but the complex said they will have to go through an even more stringent rental application process than what I had to. Why they do this I don't know, because either way they are getting their money.
Will do thanks!
Hmmm.. no sarcasm font, that's not good.
They can't bother us forever, I mean look at them their cholesterol levels are probably through the roof.
I'd also like one of the Michigan AD texting during an important 3rd down.
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I wouldn't let Brady Hoke anywhere near my daughter!
The sucky thing is he will probably end up at Auburn and be amazing.
Meh, I am not concerned about this article. The NYT is just "giving the people what they want", and right now, thanks to the PR juggernaut that is ESPN, the sports media thinks the people want to hear about how awful the B1G is. Seriously, this author could have written and article about how Ohio's 2nd ranked prospect is going to play at Florida, while Ohio's number 1 ranked prospect has decided to play for Ohio State (Hilliard), but he didn't. He also could have written and article about how of the top 10 prospects in Ohio more than half are staying in the B1G, but he didn't. Or how about an article about how Ohio State has been able to attract top prospects from South (Shazier, Roby, Kwon, Dantre, etc), why didn't he write something about that? It all has to do with $$$ and right now ESPN has a couple billion reasons to back the SEC, therefore all the hate on the B1G and the other conferences.
Hopefully Alabama puts a mudhole in them, because one of my favorite images in college football is throngs of sad southern boys wearing bangs and pastel-colored clothes standing around idly as their football team gets waxed on national television.
And one of my least favorite images in college football is throngs of ecstatic southern boys wearing bangs and houndstooth apparel watching their team schlack an overhyped opponent. Is there anyway both teams could lose?
They already did one on SEC girlfriends...
ESPN is nothing more than a giant PR firm. Unfortunately, they happen to be the strongest PR firm in the sports world. Our only hope is if Fox Sports continues to gain a foothold in college sports, as they have a vested interest in the success of the B1G. Somehow I don't think Jim Delany thought about the negative PR campaign ESPN would use when he snubbed them to create the B1G Network.
Les' window of opportunity int the SEC is closing fast. He has to compete against Bama, Tamu, and Auburn. If he comes to the B1G his only real competition on a year-in-year out basis will be OSU. He is an excellent recruiter so the fear of recruiting won't scare him. Les is a gambling man, and his odds of reaching the playoffs are much greater in the B1G. This is what I base my theory on.