Have to give some love to the big uglies. Darryl Baldwin, Chase Farris, Mike Brewster, Mike Adams and basically everyone else wearing a high number except for J.B. Shugarts.
- Motionless in White
- Ill Nino
Mine is Balvenie DoubleWood 12 Year with a Butera Royal Vintage.
Over the last 4 games, JT's attempts have more than doubled Dobbins' carries. Is this a result of the teams desire to get the passing game tuned up, or an attempt to keep the young freshman from wear and tear in his first year? In addition, do you think there will be more balance to the offense with tougher opponents looming and presumably more minutes on the field with the first team?
The '80's home jersey on Channing Frye is glorious.
Boxer all the way (obvii).
Mad respect for the big fella.
This is awful. He was a wrecking ball in Madison last October. Wishing him a speedy recovery.
I saw them open for Slipknot and Lamb of God a few years ago. Got tickets for show at Bogart's in Cincy at the end of October. Looking forward to seeing them in a smaller place.
The first 10 seconds of "Soft" by Motionless in White is perfect.
Big fan of As I Lay Dying. Was sad for the demise of the band (especially the bizarre circumstances that lead to it), but the rest of the band went on to form Wovenwar which has released 2 very strong albums. I would definitely suggest checking them out.
Well done. Craig James approves too.
I'm only here for the Bert .gif's
This Bosa hit on Gunner Kiel is one of my faves.
Great work Tank! I miss the bloody-nosed fullbacks. Sadly, outside of the service academies and Ga. Tech, there isn't room for them in the spread/pass happy offenses. Cothran, Sualua and Jamar Martin were beasts in the 90's/early 2000's.
Looks like Phil has a lifetime license from Geocities for his Commodore 64.