Kizer continued to make things difficult for the Badgers offensively while Watson and quarterback Cardale Jones combined to run for over 200 yards (the first time in Ohio State history four different Buckeyes ran over 200 yards in a single game). It's almost impossible to describe how special the offense is.
Woody would have been so proud...
The Buckeyes responded on the next drive, by recovering a kickoff and scored again on their next possession on another rush by Taylor Decker with 9:39 left in the period.
We need more rushes by offensive linemen, IMO.
No idea, but having a year to get up to speed and learn from the incumbent is good for all involved, should such a thing come to be.
Ohio kids also don't play year round like in other states, so there is often more raw potential and less exposure leading to lower star ratings for equivalent talent. So that borderline 3 star from Ohio might be every bit as good in college as a 4* from Georgia. With more tread left, to boot. You also can't put a price on the loyalty of a lifelong fan growing up here, those kids will outwork their competition 100% of the time.
That's why you don't overlook Ohio.
If it is about closure, why not a posthumous legal trial? Certain crimes have no statute of limitations, though not sure how that applies here.
On the other hand, monetary damages paid for 15 to 30 years of emotional trauma, even if not paid directly by those perpetrating and enabling abuse, may be due.
I completely called the "kick six" before it happened telling my wife that they could catch and return it if it was short. Did I think it would happen and they'd run it all the way back? Nope, but it did! And I haven't seen little Nicky so upset since January 1st, 2015!
It was a dig at Bo, who never won a national championship despite being beloved by your fanbase. Beilein is currently the winningest coach in Basketball and also never won a championship. They both seemingly achieved everything but, and did it the right way and should be revered for their accomplishments. It's just funny (to an Ohio State fan) that ultimately they both fell short.
Sorry for having to explain that to you.
Does this mean that Michigan's greatest Football and Basketball coaches both left without championships?
Flouride in toothpaste and in deep cleanings to prevent cavities is great. In drinking water and in infant supplements (our doctor recommended them -- apparently flouridizing your bloodstream helps your teeth grow stronger?), not so much.
Flouride actually is poisonous, that's not a debate. That's why it kills germs in your mouth. Use it on your teeth, don't put it in your body.
They typically have 1 major event with 1000 or so free tickets per year. This past season it was one of the non-conference games and it ended up raining pretty bad. The year before, it was MSU on Veteran's day and that was amazing. Not sure what they'll do this year. This is the first time I've seen spring game tickets on there in bulk.
Beyond that, most home games have individual donors that will give out 2 or 4 tickets at a time, but those are really hard to get (I've never won a lottery for one). I've been seeing a lot of women's basketball and men's/women's hockey this year, they usually have unclaimed tickets for those. I don't follow other sports so not sure if there are others they give away.
I know people like to beat the "UCF hung a banner" thing to death, but they actually are recognized national champions by the NCAA that season. We can talk about how dumb it is for the NCAA to have multiple championship selectors instead of a sanctioned postseason like every other sport that exists, but because UCF was selected by an official selector (the colley matrix), they are official NCAA champions. And they hung a banner for it, as they should, since they weren't invited to prove it on the field of play.
He broke the single game passing yards record that game, it wasn't his fault our defense sucked.
Colin doesn't GADFTWSOM
Donating to a school is a legit charitable donation and affects the entire student body. No individual is expressly benefiting other than as a major donor, maybe your family gets preferred admission status, but maybe not.
What is going on here is direct bribery and also tax fraud. They are giving money to an individual and writing it off on their taxes as a charitable contribution. This individual is then giving money to other individuals in the admissions department who are altering their admissions profile to improve the chances of admissions. They are also falsifying test scores which is also fraudulent. The university as a whole does not benefit. You could say it suffers because a qualified kid doesn't get accepted who would have been a better student than the one who got in fraudulently.
If you can't see how this is massively different than a major donor building a library then, well, make your own conclusion.
Oh no, the season is doomed because the first hour of the first practice of Spring didn't show results with one player!
The only person who thinks Kyler Murray is a better NFL prospect (and will be drafter higher) is Kliff Kingsbury when he made an idiotic statement a few months ago. So if he wants him in Arizon instead of Josh Rosen or Haskins so be it. That would be dodging a bullet for Haskins anyway. A few million now is not worth your career tanking and losing money years from now because a terrible franchise drafted you. Ask 36 of the last 37 browns quarterbacks about that.
PBS Kids has some fantastic (and free) programming which is constantly expanding. I don't have Nick Jr but the shows are a little bit more fantastical and I don't think as appropriate for very young kids (3 and under) despite its marketing.
Diebler wasn't a good shooter until his senior year at Ohio State. Comparing a true freshman to senior Diebler is a little unfair.
I have experience developing websites that use those check boxes. What's the most frustrating with them is that when I want to test, the first couple times it works normally, then after that I have to basically take a quiz to prove that I'm a human. Because most forms like this are designed to only be filled out a small number of times (or once) per person, this works well, but is an annoyance when testing the website before it launches.
This technology is designed to prevent bots from flooding a server with bogus forms, so if the first few get through and then it stops the next 10,000, then that is a win. I don't think even Google can reliably stop the first check box on a form from a bot, but it's very very good at stopping the rest.
Diebler took basically til his Senior year to become the legend that he is now.
And now I'm reminded of Wisconsin that year, with Bo telling Jared Sullinger to "Deal with it" after complaining of being spit on by fans after the game in Madison. We then, collectively, told Bo to deal with it when we lit up the scoreboard at home later in the season. That was such a satisfying game. Sadly, Diebler was the only player to miss a three for the Buckeyes that game. I could be wrong but I think that game still holds the record for consecutive three point shots made, and also for three point percentage with over 10 attempts in a game.
I play football the way God, Woody Hayes, and Jim Tressel intended it. It's not my fault Bollman screwed up its perception.
Is she related to La-A?
Anything named the "Screaming Eagles" that isn't the 101st Airborne Division, the finest division in the entire United States Army, is a damn imposter and offends me greatly.
Ok not really but Salt Lake City? Really? You could at least be somewhat geographically close to Ft. Campbell or have some historical connection to it but no...