Hooked you up with the embedded vid.
Drumm and Buckley going down with the ship.
i'd like to buy a vowel
For some reason, I am not worried about D-Line.
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I would accept that argument, but according to the net, his transfer school Mater Dei's tuition is ~$17,000 and won't allow early graduation while IMG's tuition is ~$70,000 and does allow it. So, IMG has much, much more to lose in terms of tuition $'s.
Yeah, but knowing a delayed decision still leaves the door open and that makes Texas fans cringe for a few more weeks makes me happy.
But this year.....
Still don't understand why some schools won't let kids graduate early to enroll into College.
Personally, I can’t stand when Buckeyes use the terms MeatChicken, State Penn and other childish names to call our opponents. Team up north is fine. But all the others, meh.
While all these guesses are great, with Notre Dame being the key matchup, I'd guess they will fill the remainder with Ohio teams to help fund those programs. Playing Ohio State in Columbus is a huge payday. And as a State school, we almost owe it to keep the money here for other programs in Ohio.
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Two of the hottest women on the planet. You spill the beans and now, damnit!
EasyJet is to Europe as Spirit is to America.
Super inexpensive, but you pay for every single thing you want. Usually no gates, you have to walk/bus out to planes from terminal. But they will get you there. And at a low cost.
TBH, Georgia is one of the few SEC teams that will go out and schedule some good OOC opponents. People will look at 2021/2022 and laugh, but remember, we cancelled on them. And they struggled to find a decent opponent.
They have future matchups with Georgia Tech every year and add:
2028-Texas and FSU
Ohio State's future OOC opponents
2020/2021 is home/home with Oregon
2024/2025 is home/home with Washington (with Texas also in 2025)
2022/2023 is home/home with Notre Dame