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Comment 09 Jun 2020

Keanu played the same character. After resigning from the FBI after the "Surfer Bank Robber" incident, Johnny Utah moved to DC, adopted the alias "Shane Falco" and started a boat cleaning service where he worked until drafted as a scab player by the Washington Sentinels during the player strike.  After the strike ended and he was released from his football contract, he once again changed his name, this time to "John Wick" and put his FBI training to use as an assassin........ ;o)

And of course all of this is just a version of the future had Ted "Theodore" Logan actually went to military academy in Alaska as his father was planning..... ;o)

Comment 05 May 2020

In the words of the GOAT Urban Meyer:
"You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever. And you work it every day. And I don’t give a shit if you’re from California or Texas or whatever, as soon as you say you’re a Buckeye this is part of your life for the rest of your life - and you don’t lose to those pricks. You beat them every day. Every day."

That about sums it up perfectly. If you're a Buckeye, you NEVER lose to those pricks in blue.  Opportunities for a Natty come and go, and a lot of times, the opportunities to play for one comes down to luck.  But you play those pricks in blue EVERY season.  And you should want to obliterate them EVERY SEASON.  And in the B1G, oftentimes going to the CFP is dependent upon beating them and beating them convincingly.

Comment 25 Apr 2020

My second tour in Iraq, the physical security of the FOBs were contracted out to security companies (ie Blackwater, Triple Canopy, etc). The management were usually Americans, but the actual security personnel were third country nationals, and most commonly Nigerians. I remember them being polite, and conscientious of their job but also always upbeat and always smiling.  

Comment 20 Jan 2020

The problem is when you start installing too many blocking schemes it can slow confuse and slow down an O-line.    While that approach may work in the pros when learning and rehearsing blocking scheme is all they do all week, this is college where you are only allowed so many hours per week to teach, install and practice your gameplan.  When you have 2 backs who have different running styles that require different blocking schemes, you either split time, which reduces effectiveness of the practice for both, or you choose one who is your main effort, and the other guy has to adjust.