how can carson palmer not have made this list? he's on record as a hater of all things Buckeye.
gets me every time.
I was lucky enough to see Stevie with Jeff Beck at Cleveland Music Hall in the late 80s. I've seen nearly every rock act from back in the day, but the one I'm most proud to talk about is SRV. He played a whole song behind his back and never missed a note. I was on campus the morning we got word of his death, and i was little more than a zombie all day from the shocking loss. He is truly missed.
Another great one to check out is Riviera Paradise.
so you're telling me a guy named "woody" released a former Buckeye?
what is this world coming to?
as a numb to the pain lifelong Browns fan, I have little left to root for except former Buckeyes in the league. If I have the NFL on tv at all these days, it's to see how the young Bucks are doing. Nick has been a source of pride for us all, and I believe he still has something left in the tank. It's gotta feel pretty good to look up in the stands and see so many people wearing your jersey number.
It's a darn shame about Dunn, he is from my high school and I was always hoping he would pan out...
I remember that pot incident too, what struck me the most was reading that his mother was only 30 at the time, a scant 12 years older than her son.
everything that can be said about this game already has, but for me the icing on the cake was watching the satisfaction on Urban's face and how about Mrs. Meyer? She is very supportive of her husband's career and seems to be an awesome representative of Buckeye Nation.
In a game full of big plays and highlight moments, the TD before halftime and Steve Miller's pick 6 for me, rank as number 2 and 3 behind EZE's big run. That being said, we can rattle off about 6 other plays that were huge, including the kickoff coverage that kept the Bammers inside their own 20.
I especially like the giant vulva megaphone in the middle... is that for having the hottest cheerleaders?
has Alabama had even one penalty called on them?
" I be ready for my brothers and I ain’t wanna let my brothers down"
yep, glad to see that Canton McKinley education really paying off. Go Tigers.
I like it....
the old logo always reminded me of the Village People
I was in the open end of the shoe for this game, I remember sweating out that final drive. If I remember correctly, Herbie was in for Graham quite a bit in that final quarter when the Bucks couldn't even muster a first down to burn some clock.
The nose guard, Greg Smith was a walk -on....proving there is still hope for anyone with a dream.
this is fun....Jim Tressel is one row down on Fickell's right, John Cooper is one row in front of JT, Earle is five rows behind Luke's daughter, Eldon Miller is on the other side of the aisle, and Archie is two rows back.
awesome... but there isn't a car in sight. without that revenue stream, a water must have cost like $8
how long til i go into a pawn shop and see someone's 24 game win streak ball that was traded for some weed or ink? and you might wanna hold off on that down vote til you realize that you were thinking it too
Another great Ramzy contribution...love the idea, and price alone is a built in deterrent to people getting overly intoxicated. I buy a beer at the beginning of every period of Blue Jackets games and that amounts to $30 per game... a rather expensive endeavor.
As far as recommendations, I want to offer up Elevator Brewing's Three Frogs IPA, my new favorite beer. It's very powerful too at 7.6%.