As someone who doesn't live in the Eastern time zone, I can say with authority that morning football is awesome and should happen more often
If your definitely not fake girlfriend makes you see a musical, you can do a lot worse than Chicago, that's for sure
One of my favorite moments in the Stadium was his jersey retirement ceremony. I was too young to ever experience him in person, but that day was a small glimpse and it was spectacular
When I was at OSU, my girlfriend's roommate was having a birthday at Buca Di Beppo. At the end of dinner, I hit the restroom on the way out. As I was finishing, Eddie walked in. I freaked out and quickly alerted all of the people I was with and we stalked outside of the bathroom until he was done so we could get a picture. In hindsight, it wasn't my finest moment.. but I still have that picture on my desk, even though I haven't seen or talked to anyone else in it in 15 years.
I would like to know what Joey Clinkscales' name was before he was placed in witness protection
Might want to check the batteries on your sarcasm detector
Its still there, its just themed with Winnie the Pooh now
As someone who has moved 300 miles away from the nearest Skyline, this picture at lunch is cruel and unusual punishment
Backfire how? Giving young men the ability to find the best situation for themselves? Seems very scary
USC and UCLA are top 20 schools in the country, that's pretty elite. Texas is in the Top 50, which isn't a slouch.
I didn't come here to see grits slandered in this way
TL;DR "My entertainment is worth more than this man's life and career"
I'll put my vote in for the 1997 Rose Bowl.. but low-key, the 2004 Alamo Bowl was pretty great too. That team showed their potential in that game for what they could do in 2005
I would watch every minute of each of these games again, right now. I think that means its a pretty good list, as that can't be said for some iconic OSU games. (Looking at you Holy Buckeye)
OSU has rarely beat the spread this year.. its a fairly simple explanation
Buffalo/NIU will be a great game too, maybe better than the slog that will be going on in the suburban Bay Area parking lot Friday night.
UAB/MTSU and Louisiana/App State might be pretty entertaining too, if UAB can look better than they did last week
Michigan doesn't have the speed, or the offensive brain trust, that Maryland, Purdue, and Nebraska have.
Opposing offenses are only gaining 4 or more yards on the defense 32% of the time... there's your reward. The defense if very, very efficient
Ian Boyd has had a bit of an axe to grind against Ohio State so far this season, so it doesn't surprise me that his story left out that Ohio State also currently has the 7th most efficient defense with opposing offenses only having a 32% success rate against it. That covers up a lot of sins from the big plays.