Nooners and Friday night games should be outlawed.
If Borland isn’t in the QBs face on that 2 point conversion, Buckeyes lose. Hell of a play.
Glad to see these kids aren’t throwing away their shot
IT IS (almost) TIMEEEEEEE
Two dog sh!t teams - one dog sh!t uniform.
I can already see in my head the ESPN segments of Burrow talking about the transfer decision, while LSU is rolling this year. Finally, something to root for in the SEC.
J.T. will forever be one of my all time favorites. How incredibly impactful it is for the team to see their QB coming back from an injury like that. Get better JT, Beat Wisconsin.
This is an excellent idea, the only other way to make it more of a hit with the fans is to make it BYOB.
Don't drive intoxicated, but what you do on your own time is non of my business. Hate to see this.
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100% agree. Sorry Cleveland fans, not all Buckeyes are active Cavs fans. While it was obviously an incredible win and series - Lebron will need to win a few trophies in Cleveland before I'm on board.
As a long time New England fan, Drew Bledsoe and Scott Zolak era, this news is unfortunate. I did read in an article that he bumped his salary down from $9 mil this year to $1mil. Probably knew this was coming and didn't want to lose as much $$/game.
With that said, Cleveland stands zero chance with Tom's return game.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are unable by law to force someone to come into work if they have "explosive diarrhea."
Found my excuse ladies and gents
I could, and will read stuff like this all day - excellent.
I really hope this style tackling is made mandatory by all pee wee, pop-warner, middle, and high school governing bodies - it will literally save lives. Couldn't be more in favor of targeting rules that focus on head trauma and concussions.
You could always go get your Certified Nursing Assistant License - A lot of hospitals and nursing homes are looking for CNA's to sit and watch their patients post op - or during recovery. CNA license courses can run like $150-$200 depending on the trade school, probably about a 2-3 week course, (night classes). Big need for reliable and hardworking humans in the medical field!
How does one accidentally shoot a laptop with a pellet gun in a dorm? You have my interest.