Big Ten championship is the end of the regular season. Didn't go to a bowl game that year due to Tatgate.
Good movie. From the creators of Love Actually. My GF is big fans of both, and Begin Again.
...and to whoever put the letter "b" in subtle...clever...
1994-1998 Unit B. Great years, great memories. So many friends, so much history.
Admittedly, cleaning the bathrooms after 40 guys wasn't the best job decision, but it afforded me the opportunity to go to college. It's a shame the Stadium renovation didn't include keeping such a unique dorm experience.
1.21 gigawatts? Great Scott!
Go with WOW if you can. 25/month for 100 down.
It was good. Most car movies don't have a ton of story line, but this did. Bale was awesome, Damon was likeable. Good balance of story, character development, and action.
Hopefully the next President will have more spine and personality than dryer lint.
If it's an award for the best player on the best team, I dunno how you chose between Fields, Young, and Dobbins =)
Why do Norwegian ships have barcodes on them? so when they come into port they can Scandinavian.
I'm technically not allowed to tell Dad jokes since I'm not a Father.
I guess that makes me a Faux Pa...
65 dollars for a student season ticket for the 94-95 season. I still have the punch card.
Kinda feel sorry for DiNardo there. I think people forget he was a head coach, and think of him only as an analyst with no coaching background.
Those change with the winds...Keep up and stay concurrent.
4 years and some great memories of the Stadium Dorm.
Probably closer to the south stands so you can see the scoreboard easier, hear the band, and watch Brutus do pushups when the Buckeyes score a touchdown.
Roku, and it's not close.
HIneygate died when OSU bought the Holiday inn and converted it to a dorm. Varsity Club, and Riverwatch tower have similar type events but not nearly as legendary as Hineygate. Lil' bar on High has a nice outdoor area, but does a DJ vs a live band. Of all of them, I'd recommend the Varsity club. It has a DJ on the patio, and a live band in the back parking lot.
Jefferson's Very small batch and 1792 have a sweeter and milder flavor profile. Bulleit, and about any 4 roses have more of a hot finish so you need a splash of water to open up their aromas. Woodford and Old Forester (all) I can take or leave. Eagle Rare, Blantons, Weller (anything) are all good in about any serving method. Russells makes a very underrated bourbon.
If you can get to Northern Kentucky, there are so many small places putting out very good bourbons these days. Backbone, David James, Bowmen, Old elk, Horse Soldier...all have very distinct flavor combinations which are tasty. So many bourbons, so little time...good luck.
Toss Eagle Rare on this list as well.
Either is good, the port having a more rounded out flavor profile.
Thanks for noting that. Any way you slice the pie, it's good to be on campus at least 3 hours before kick as well.
The Skull Session starts 2 hours before kickoff, and is a must if you've never been. It's in St John's Arena, across the street the north of the shoe. Get there early for a seat. It's where most become indoctrinated as Buckeye fans.
GunnerBuck listed a couple of Cbus staples for burgers and pizza. There are also several craft breweries and taprooms, Barcades such as 16 bit bar, Ax Throwing, Top Golf, escape rooms for entertainment. If you have a sweet tooth, check out Jeni's ice cream. The Short North area is great for walking around, and dining.
There is always the bookstore, and a walk around campus including Mirror Lake if she'd be interested in some non football OSU sites.
Not easily being able to sell a paper ticket to a non student killed this. Students can get a ticket to all the Big Ten games; why would they scalp them from another student?
As a student, selling your ticket vs the team up north and profiting enough to pay for your text books for the year was as much a part of the tradition as anything. If you had a BuckID of any sort, you could buy a student season ticket from some grad student at a fraction of the cost of face value pubic tickets AND the student made a profit. Remove the ability to sell a student ticket to a non student and you've eliminated this mutually beneficial arrangement. I'm surprised it's only 6500.