Kraus’ double crust yasssssss!
Great cause. We need to talk more about mental health. There is no shame in discussing feelings, and no need to struggle alone.
I hope it gets you excited enough to look into the possibility of finishing. Reach out to an academic counselor, and see what you need to do. Sometimes the path is not as difficult as you think. And then, yes, you could happily change your user name!. Good luck!
OMG. That picture with the unhappy bride-to-be is hilarious. Let’s blame everyone else for not knowing what was happening in Nashville the weekend of the trip ha ha. I honestly think it would be super fun to be there during the Draft! I mean seriously… Is it really that bad? I worry about this marriage already :/
I think you meant to write that Tiger is three wins away from tying Jack’s record. The Masters win was number 15.
Quite a few upvotes this morning! Good work, guys.
No reason to not park your car and call an Uber or Lyft or a friend. There are so many options nowadays to not drink and drive. Hopefully she realizes this now, and gets whatever help she might need. That could’ve been a very tragic ending. Glad it wasn’t.
Hmmm. That Potter kids needs to dial it back. The internet never forgets.
Love the Cardale interview. Oh, the stories these guys could tell. Especially like the part where he talked about his confidence going into the Wisconsin game. Definitely no need to “dumb down the offense.“ Sometimes I don’t think we give these guys enough credit for all it takes to perform on the field and off the field at this level.
I think Day is a really smart guy. He knows what he’s doing… especially with that smirk.
Not sure I could be any more impressed with Ryan Day. That is, until the next time he has a press conference. I like him more and more every time I hear him speak. So many positives here.
Agreed. And I think seeing others transfer and be successful, makes it easier for the next guy to do it. I think we’re going to see more of this in CFB.
You can’t win a job that you don’t compete for. If this is true, what a lot of talk from him. He might want to rethink how he approaches a competition moving forward.
Maybe he didn’t feel like he had to, but he just wanted to. Obviously he had mixed feelings about it as well, and maybe he wanted to put this out there regardless of what fans may have said or felt regarding his decision. Obviously, he has a lot of love for Ohio State, and wanted to express that. Maybe it’s nothing more than just that. Best of luck to him, and go Bucks!
Really cool story. Just some friends of a superstar high school athlete who also happen to be really creative, smart, and clever. Maybe one of these young men will be working for Eleven Warriors or creating graphics for Ohio State one day.
The Mirage Tour 2019. Can’t. Hardly. Wait.
The thing is that Meyer shouldn’t have had to talk up Dwayne for him to get Heisman attention. The Heisman campaign should not actually be about campaigning. It should be about results on the field, and character. Publicity, marketing, media appearances should not count. Unfortunately, they do. Until that changes, the award is nothing but a popularity/ beauty//publicity contest. As I stated several times previously, I’m over the preseason polls, and all the post season stuff. I only care about watching Ohio State play, and refuse to have a media agenda impact how I feel about my team.
When I saw the picture of him for the article as I was scrolling, I got butterflies in my stomach, and it took me back to when he was coaching. Like seeing a long lost first crush lol. I have to say, I do miss him. Glad he’s doing well <3
Thank you for publishing this, and getting the word out there about the organization and ways to help. Often times, even heroes need support.
Thoughts are with you. Keep fighting!! Lots of Buckeye football left to see.
I agree with this. I think the rise of fantasy football has helped speed up this process as well. More about individual stats, and less of a team mentality. Also, players or traded so regularly now that sometimes the team concept is lost in the shuffle. Let’s face it… it’s a business, and where there’s business there’s money, and that is the priority. Gotta get mine.
The Bosa “family decision” has just served to underscore that this is a business. I don’t think there was a lot of room for emotion in that decision, and I’m not sure that Nick had much of a say. I agree with an above comment that indicated it could be both a right and wrong decision to make. Nick has to live with the consequences of it, which could be that he’s a wealthy man, but also a quitter. They are not mutually exclusive.
Not surprised at all, and I can’t believe that anyone really is. His family knows the business of the NFL, and of course he was going to leave when he could. It sucks, but you can’t really blame him. That payday that he will make is guaranteeing his future. He gets one shot at that. I don’t like it, and it hurts us, but I might have done the same thing. Glad he didn’t drag it out, and glad he is freeing up the scholarship. Go Bucks
Not a fan of this column at all. I think tweeting at the players particularly after a bad performance is just unacceptable. I think it just highlights an ugly segment of our society and the bad behavior that social media has helped to propagate.
Agree that the “fans are spoiled” take is not quite right. I try for 1 or 2 gms/yr, but this yr I thought about not going at all. Weather uncertainty, total cost of the trip, bad food at the stadium, no Wi-Fi at the stadium, and the stadium experience is not that much fun. Fans are boring. No emotion unless bitching how bad they’re doing counts. It’s not just one thing. And I agree with others that I’m not going to drive for a couple of hours and then see if I might get a decent seat at a decent price. For me, it’s not really even the cost. I’d be willing to pay if I got a better overall experience.
I will be there! Hoping they don’t come out flat, and can just take care of business. Don’t need any more repeats from last year at this point.
That reads like we are doomed to lose. I think it will be a tough game, but we still field a pretty good defense even without Bosa. Hope he heals well, and soon.