Just binged Last Kingdom and Hell on Wheels. Thought both were pretty good. Might try Ozark next.
Keep it up, Zeke, next is the cover of Rolling Stone!
+1 for the Cheerwine! First had it in rural North Carolina when visiting my grandparents.
A soda I fell in love with in Edenborough, Scotland, was called Irn Bru. Comes both regular and diet. Has a bubble gum flavor. Haven't seen it outside the UK.
Wasn't he one of the famous, "Purple People Eaters?"
Yep, we're in trouble now! They finally figured out how to turn their program around! The blue end zones are the answer.
In this picture, he's wearing 1791!
Good thing you didn't live in *ichigan! She would not have lasted long!
SUX 2B US
They all look better when worn by former Buckeyes!
Excellent read. Thanks for the share.
If these guys don't have a remarkable year, I don't know what will happen. Much is riding on Haskins' arm. I'm really looking for these guys to gel and blow the lid off!
They can run, but they can't hide!
Yeah, hard to forget that one.
Pure Michigan - pure pathetic!
Would love to hear all of Urban's speech. Glad to see most of the kids were paying attention. Those who weren't just missed on a hell of an opportunity.
The way I see it, to keep Bosa from putting up big numbers, teams will have to run away from him or double team him every play. That leaves the rest of the Buckeye D-line to feast. I'm afraid teams will adopt the, "we won't let Bosa beat us" attitude.
BTW, with today's emphasis on targeting, would Clowney's hit be targeting? He leads with the crown of his helmet.
"Three Dogs Down?" You gotta be kidding me! If they are musicians, they know nothing of their roots.
I feel he is a shoo-in!
The friend she adapted it from!
I'm sure Harbaugh was considered "staff." They still should have made him pay to listen to Urban.
Amling quickly showed he belonged, clearing the way for Heisman-winning halfback Les Horvath in 1944. In 1945, Amling earned All-American honors at the position.
So, Dr. Amling was also a halfback that year? Not often you hear of someone going from halfback to tackle.
Give me three steps, give me three steps mister...
Those do sound like last words!
I've always believed that inside every O-lineman there is a lighter, faster TE trying to get out. I wish him good luck.
Competition might be tough...didn't one team have a trained dog who'd fetch the tee? Anyway, go chase your dream!
We'll have to add another set of these pix in 10 years when these guys have had 3-4 years as Buckeyes and 6-7 years in the NFL. Those will be some great pictures!