...as Jim Tressel is at home tipping his cup of hot chocolate.
Don't you know that Harbaugh doesn't understand the "animal analogies"? Or so he said when someone asked him if he was worried that he poked the bear.
Well, in my ESPN paranoia, this is just the next step in giving the B1G bad press now that Urban is gone. Believe me, I love what he said, but I hate it coming from them.
Harbaugh must have forgotten that although Urban is gone, his players remain. I hope they are reading about this.
Keep in mind that people do change. The person you know right now might be completely different in 10 years and might not be the person you would necessarily choose. It takes work and commitment to keep with it and still choose to love that person despite that inevitable change.
How true. I'm sure you have heard the saying "Men go into a marriage thinking the woman will never change and the woman goes into the marriage thinking she can change the man" Reality sets in and the marriage dissolves.
Great article about a great young man. May you be blessed in all your endeavors.
I also noticed that a lot of those passes were against Rutgers and zero against the OSU Buckeyes. I wonder why that was?
I can not imagine any competitive kid let a friendship get in the way of any competition. Even at the lowest level of games and competition, beating your friend is only second to beating your enemy. No need to be concerned there.
I agree. For some odd reason, I could care less if they won in baseball or not. I'm just not interested, but will give them credit for the run they had.