So sorry to read on one hand, but happy on the other (because you're still with us).
Goes without saying you're a tough son of a gun, '72. Whatever we can do across the miles...and we need each other now more than ever, even if from a distance.
Sermon again, 20 yard gainer off the speed option.
Buckeyes in enemy territory. First and 10 at the M...igan 40, 12 to go in the third.
Right here as well.
Not to mention this on top of a near 20 years of near total excellence.
This war machine is picking up under Day.
Echo the sentiments - list is solid.
Still stings to see Mike Thomas nowhere near the top of this list though (he is placed correctly via the criteria, just a shame he wasn't utilized more).
Let the Sermon begin.
Trey picks up trey off a straight handoff up the gut.
Second and 7 at the OSU 33.
I think I see some of their fans heading out already.
He doesn't know how to put it, but he's kind of a big deal.
Appreciate the reads, Spartan.
As far as SEC squads go, UGA annoys me the least...and Ohio State has pulled talent from there.
They still manage to put together serious talent, and it wouldn't bother me to see them push through one of these seasons.
New QB Joe Milton in for the visitors.
Cleanup in the live thread aisle.
Quick cut over to the Game Day crew, Desmuhnd seems vexed.
Fields hits GW on a perfect fade...TD, Buckeyes, XPA good.
22-0, Ohio State. Under 7 left in the first.
I sense beers.
Sermon off the read option, gains seven off-tackle.
Third and three at the M...igan 38.
My folks still live in the Harrisburg area (West Shore). My dad made mention of the plant was going to be closing during a visit last year, had nearly forgotten altogether.
I'm hopeful, but keeping perspective. Taking it day by day.
Long way until late November.
Shaun Wade with a near pick six (undercuts an outroute, just misses corraling the ball in).
Third and 10 for the visitors.
Thanks for this. Not much of a recruitnik (I don't venture much outside 11W), wasn't clear on that either.
Can't even imagine.
TMI took a back seat to Chernobyl in the years to come, but still shook the American public and nuclear power industry to the core (no pun).
Have vague memories of seeing this on the news, scary enough to contemplate even as a kid.
Spent some time later on in South Central PA, you can see the reactors (plant is closed now) along the Susquehanna River easily from the Harrisburg skyline (about 20 miles away).
Giving credit where credit is due.
Good on you, Coach T.
This is an informative thread.
We're going to need a bigger field.
Copy on the BOOMwatch.
Not there yet, but reading this and thinking ahead...
If cancelling this year's football season made an impact in saving lives then so be it.
Speed has its advantages.