You mean they didn't take the Buckeye Bus to NYC?
You guys are ruthless. I'm glad I could provide so much entertainment for y'alls. ;)
I knew somebody was going to jump all over that.
His heart is in the right place, even if his head quite isn't.
If he would have stayed with his Notre Dame commitment, he'd have one year left of lacrosse.
If that hit were to happen today, we'd likely have two players ejected.
Agree 100%, SLVRBLLTS. If baseball and football were no more, and I had to choose another sport, it would be hockey first, then Yahtzee second.
I travel a lot for my work in the country, and through small, medium and large towns. The baseball fields are mostly empty. Back in the 1970s when I was a kid, there were always kids throwing and hitting a baseball at nearly every park. Sadly, I think baseball is a dying sport. And I think football is dying a slow death, as well, between the recent controversies, concussion and targeting issues..., although not as fast as baseball. DJ is 100% correct, I believe.
There will come a time when soccer will surpass all sports in America as the most popular; just not in my lifetime. But it's trending that way, it seems.
There isn't going to be any scoreless quarters for the 2018 Buckeyes.
Loved the article on Taylor Dungjen, Toledo Blade reporter turned Toledo cop.
People make fun of Toledo all the time. I've lived here 53 years, and it is a very nice city, but like any other, some areas have high crime and gang wars. It's not much different than Detroit, Cleveland, C-bus, Cincinnati, etc., in that regard.
We have a GREAT museum and zoo, great metroparks and great minor league teams(Walleye(hockey) and Mud Hens(baseball). We're right on Lake Erie with great views, fishing, boating, partying(when there isn't a huge summer algae bloom, LOL) in the summer; hockey and ice boating, ice fishing in the winter, which are all great diversions for me until Ohio State Buckeye football season. :)
What does awwwwwwl mean, Basil?