It's the media trying to create a story from a famous athlete.
How do you manage to continuously improve on these gifs?
I love Hookers more than Craig James.
Can we even consider Sparty a "trap" game anymore? I always think a trap game is against a team many take lightly, which any Buckeye should know better. They consistently play OSU tougher than any other opponent they face annually.
So Jeff Hostetler, Trent Dilfer, Brad Johnson, and Joe Flacco are better than Dan Marino, Ken Anderson, Dan Fouts, and Jim Kelly.
Because... titles, right?
Knowing Snyder, he'll beat cancer, then likely send it a classy handwritten note.
UP NEXT: Kyle Kalis
Sad to see BP go, but on the bright side, I at least have a reason to use this photo.
The followup may have been even better.
The catch of the century.
They didn't receive any tattoos, thus they will not be punished..
I don't think it's possible for someone to top Coombs' intensity.
There were a lot of exciting games, but I see it more as the year of the choke:
Golden State, 3-1 lead, lost.
Indians, 3-1 lead, lost.
Falcons, 25 point lead, lost.
Bama, 14 point lead, lost.
Michigan, 10 point lead with 43 seniors against 44 freshman, lost.
Sark was Bama's OC for this long.
I'm guessing Bama only lost to Clemson because Sark was concerned about his NFL stock.
I believe people need to pump the brakes on blaming Ryan for taking those two sacks in the 4th quarter. The fact that they were passing on 3rd and 1, with what was at that time a 19 point lead, when they had been running at will against New England, is simply bad play calling. Same for when they were in field goal range, there's no need to pass the ball and risk a turnover or significant loss of yardage, just run the ball.
It's mind-boggling that in each of the Patriots' last two Super Bowl wins, their opposition lost the game by not running the ball. You would think these coaches that are paid millions would learn.
They got to the 25 yard line, well within field goal range, and the atrocious play calling then commenced. I blame the coaching more than anything.
I'm 20, and I could answer all those questions without hesitation, except the "How to spell Nurenberger" one. So don't give up hope on us millennials, older Buckeyes, there's still those of us who know our Buckeye football history.
Always that one guy...