Just unplug it and plug it back in.
Yep same. Asked a cab driver once if road pops were okay...he said sure... about 3 minutes into the ride, he realized what we actually meant and made us dump em out. Apparently it isn't quite as well known as I had thought.
As a true midwesterner, we do indeed say "Road Pop"
I'm assuming St. Brown has to be the brother /related to Equnamious (Or however you spell it) St. Brown from ND?
Shazier would have had a strong case had he not got hurt.
There is something underrated about a player that knows his role on the team, and doesn't try to do something outside of his capabilities.
I feel like the limit on this excuse only lasts the first 2 years. If you're not winning in year 3 and beyond then you're the problem whether it be getting talent to commit or coaching the current talent that you have
Think the only reason I listen is because during my morning drive-in (6-7 usually) there are pretty much no other options.
Mike and Mike essentially monopolized the timeslot for so long (In terms of sports talk), that it kind of has just become a habit to tune in every morning. I think Golic and Wingo will be fine just because during that time slot what most people want to hear is just a recap of what happened the day before. You don't have to serve up any hot takes or plan any hilarious bits for it to be successful. So in that sense it "Gets the job done"
I think it's important to realize that sports radio shows serve very different purposes. You have informative shows like Golic and Wingo. Shows that spew debate like Cowherd, and pretty much 90 percent of local sports shows. And of course you have the Lebatard's and Common Mans that have the main goal to entertain through clowning around but still maintaining somewhat of a sports focus.
Ultimately for me, I enjoy all three types, but of course there are specific one's I enjoy and hate as well despite them having the same type of focus. Example: Hate Lebatard, Love Common Man.
but he’s growing
There you have it folks, Tate Martell is indeed, still growing after all!
If OSU got in over Alabama and then proceeded to beat Clemson, you wouldn't be seeing the same amount of love for UCF's claim
Alright, I'll be the one to say it...
This is stupid.
I know I'm taking this way more seriously than I'm supposed to, but this sounds like something out of the Butch Jones "Champions of Life" playbook. Hang your banner for your conference championship, celebrate your undefeated season, hell... even chant "The SEC is our bitch"
But claiming a national championship when you played 1 team in the top 15 and only 3 teams in the top 50, is laughable.
Right, I'm aware of that.
And that is the problem. I guess you could say my problem is with the word "Commitment"
If the kids just came out and said "Right now, Ohio State is the leader in my recruitment," then I would feel much better about it. But that doesn't carry the same reaction and "Congratulations!" on social media as "IM COMMITTED TO OHIO STATE #SAVAGE18"
We are getting to a point in recruiting where more kids are going to "Commit" twice than once.
We live in an attention seeking society where everyone wants to be told "Congratulations" and how awesome they are every waking moment.
Position coaches/coordinators stay at schools for how many years on average? 3-4? And you only get them for 3-4 if you were a Freshman during their first year.
Naive on the part of recruits and their families to choose a school based off of the position coach.
So I'm assuming this is a cumulative GPA, given that the Fall Semester doesn't end until next week?
With the Potter injury, this team has been playing small ball for extended minutes with KBD playing the 5 on defense. Is this something they will be able to still do against other Big Ten opponents?