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I suppose I can appreciate the paranoia considering COVID but it was just a nod to opening day for the Yankees (hence Berra reference).
How often does Will Allen's name get mentioned when mentioning greats from the OSU secondary? I don't think nearly often enough personally but maybe I'm insane.
Yeah, I don't see Day's offense having major struggles with any MAC defenses the way Tressel/Bollman would.
I was just trying to poke some fun at how the non-conf games often suck, particularly in the past, since we don't to have them this year and I'm salty about it. Like "see if care!" Spoiler: I care. Watching a 76-5 win is better than nothing that's for damn sure.
I was at the Greek for this week's pick so I'm really looking forward to the webcast. Last of a 3-night run and my only trip to that venue, so far.
I think they all got 5 games for the tattoo stuff and then Posey had 5 more tacked on after the initial suspensions were announced (I think) due to some question about cash received from former booster, Bobby DiGeronimo.
Hell yeah man - we're glad you're here for them (and us) too!
In all honesty, my palette is still pretty inexperienced. I also think that's a tough question to answer in a black/white fashion considering the variables outside of just the mash. I do think it's interesting that the sweet mash process can basically "speed up" the aging process. For the most part though, I stick with the tried and true stuff like Blantons, Weller 107, Col Taylor SB and SiB, Old Forester (1910 and Statesmen mostly), I.W. Harper 15 etc. I did snag a bottle of Wilderness Trail bourbon recently which I know is a pretty talked about sweet mash and it's fine. What about you?
Sure thing - thanks for being a loyal 12th warrior.
I work for a large company here locally, for 25 years now, currently leading a large group of folks in a call center environment. When I was first getting into leadership, I was turned down for a promotion 3x before finally getting the job that helped me earn an additional four promotions to my current role.
My failures in not landing the same job 3x before finally breaking through helped me learn a little about perseverance and ability to receive and implement feedback.
To this day, personally and professionally, I think I leverage a pretty solid work ethic, self-awareness and a legit commitment to self-improvement to overcome obstacles and provide for my family. Getting told "no" a bunch of times early in my career helped foster those traits.
Jason and I have been friends since around middle school time frame and obviously both grew up big Ohio State fans. He started 11W back in August 2006 (after moving to Chicago at some point a year or two prior) and it was something we talked about frequently during our normal conversation. When basketball season came around, I offered to join since I was in Columbus and either went to all the games or could watch them locally which he couldn't easily do from Chicago nor was he really much of a hoops follower at the time. I wrote previews/recaps for all the hoops games which of course happened to be the same season Oden/Conley reached the Final Four. I helped with football too and it was really a two-man operation for a while before we started bringing on other friends/colleagues.
Make no mistake, Jason is the driver and brains of the outfit by a mile but I've been writing and helping influence the business since about 3 months after it was born.
I go medium. Typically, I roll with it straight up but if I do add something, it's usually gorgonzola butter / cream sauce.
Win a natty. You'll die with far fewer national titles than you will wins over Michigan.