Good luck to the kid on his recovery, of course. But where can they buy a replacement at this late hour?
No Joey Freshwater or Kiffin's Krimson Korner references? I am disappoint.
I'm a 17 percenter as well, which means I don't understand "slaps."
*yells at cloud*
But what's the rank if you take away the three penalties per game for kickoffs out of bounds?
I used Chantix. One good part is that you can smoke while you build up the dose. I smoked for 36 years, and my last cigarette was at the end of The Game in 2016. For full disclosure, I had vivid dreams, which were wild, but I know others that had vivid nightmares and one person attempted suicide. I don't work for Chantix. Good luck.
I like my coffee the way I like my women: full of booze.
I used to work on a boat that was designed to sink.
Many moons ago, he said it was his kids' first initials.
I change the oil in everything (truck, cars, motorcycle, tractor, mower, etc) once a year on the same weekend. It used to be the weekend before the college football season starts, then I moved to the deep south, so that may move the first weekend with no bowl games. Pro tip: make a word document with all the part numbers you need (air / oil / fuel filters, crush seals, etc.), viscosities, and volumes, then give yourself about three weeks to fill the list on line.
When Woody was hired, OSU was regarded as the graveyard of coaches.
They could put it next to Jesse Owens' plaque. Oh, wait, Mr Owens actually accomplished something there.
Just don't let them spook the emotional support chickens.
I'm convinced this is where Crazy Jimmy found the expression "bitterly disappointed." It was Bo's reaction to the ADs' vote.
Officiating for the '72 Olympics basketball championship was bad, too.
Reminds me of the old joke: How do you make Michigan cookies? Put them in a big bowl and beat for 3 hours.
We good. I should think of it like my high school bowling trophy: it means nothing to anyone but me. I even edited out the 'respect' in my comment. You're right in that it's basically a game between two mid-majors that doesn't impact college football one lick. Bowl selections are already made. So, enjoy the only game on Saturday, or not.
But since one of those mid-majors is my mid-major, Go Navy!! Beat Army!!
I was going to guess Dragnet (for no reason at all).
The Game has enjoyed some national prominence, and for us fans, it's a date worth mentioning when you accept the head coaching job. But to maybe provide some perspective, we don't have any ownership in Yale v Harvard (the other Game), but it means a lot to them. Same for any SEC "rivalry." Just about any fan of college football that served (even former enlisted squids like myself), appreciate the match because both teams always bring their A game. Granted, the 16th-century triple option offenses can be tedious, but because they are so evenly matched, the game is usually not boring. For another bit of perspective, compare the occupational hazards of the stars of The Game after they graduate to those of academy graduates.
Little Drummer Boy. Pfft. The guy shows up empty-handed, and offers his "art." Nobody wants a drum solo, especially right after childbirth. This guy is the original hippie. (I had to perform this in grade school, and still hate it on several levels)
I was going to stop watching at halftime because I didn't think it could get any better. It did, of course.
Cool story. So on a scale of 1 to Gigantor, just how mountainous is he in person?
Maybe he just came from talking to a Navy veterans group, or a Cub Scout meeting.
In December, I appreciate a dome.