Maybe in some cities, not in Columbus. It isn't cheap, and it isn't particularly easy to get a USMNT ticket when they are in town.
The US is good at sports, because we pay so much attention to them. Imagine if the US didn't have the NFL, NBA, MLB and even the NHL siphoning away
most all of the best athletes.
Personal Opinion: I don't think that the board views football above the administration of the University; that being said, I do think that they have a STRONG desire for the two to get along, and would make literal moves (behind closed doors) to make sure that happens, even if it means one or the other "finds a new job." So I'm still on the health issues bandwagon.
I'm on the west side, so a little bit of bias,
1. Beer Barrel
3. Flyers' (Their Hawaiian is unreal)
RIP Gumby's on North High
Had Bomb shelter a few times, it's on a different level!
Cottage Inn and Domino's both get a dishonorable mention due to the location of their headquarters.
Sounds like opportunity knockin....
Exactly, that's the great thing about good food, is the memories that it brings up.
I also think Ohio is pretty blessed in the pizza world being between New York and Chicago, not to mention the rich Italian history scattered throughout the state.
Doing what exactly? Making sure that he makes the right decision for him, in what is probably the most important decision in his life so far? GTFO.
I like this, "where this year? Outback Bowl? Or maybe the Pinstripe Bowl?"
I like this kind of banter, no problem with supporting your school/team. Also, if it isn't in passing, you can have a great convo around college football with someone who isn't wearing the scarlet tinted glasses and get some insight of what we look like outside looking in. Had an awesome conversation with a Clemson fan at WDW last year because of it.
A few games for me; As much as I hate losing, the whipped dog/giving up attitude is what does it for me more. I hate when we are losing and give up.
V Clemson, both games
I have erased the years and scores from my mind, but the sting remains.
There seems to be a lot of that lately, trolling just to sound superior.
I'm good with the gold pants
Just wanted to add to your thought here, Watched a documentary from when one of the first protesters of Chief Illiniwek, (she herself was native) explained why she was protesting. And her complaint was that the Chief was not a representation of a native tribe, i.e. paying homage like the Seminole at FSU, but rather a caricature of natives, which she, and others were offended by.
In addition to a recruiting tool, what a great education on something relevant in the business world. Image and how you present yourself should be a GEC for college students.
Come on man, this at the least reeks of ignorance. It's his personal choice, do you ask bearded men if they are trying to look more manly?
Talked to a Clemson fan this fall, and he actually brought up this incident. His explanation was that their team, (that year in particular) were a goofy bunch, and this dude in particular. That they all thought goosing and shit like that is hilarious. My argument was, "ok, but that's your team. You don't do that to someone you don't know.
Lovin the fire early on a Monday MichiBuck!
Pretty cool seeing everyone's stories of the snow day; "Back in my day, we..."
Here's mine, I think it was 2008, we got 20 inches between Friday and Saturday. High St. was a ghost town for cars, because so few people could get anywhere. My car at the time was a 2 door, RWD '92 Blazer. So of course we loaded it up and were driving it around. That was a fun day. Most snow I've ever seen come down at once.
That's cool, trolls stick together.
No anger, just making the point that pettiness on a sports forum is trollish. I see my typo's now; I guess I should have checked my work before handing it in to get graded.
I apologize if my grammar afflicted you on a sports forum.