Right on. This was a great year watching Buckeye football. I expected one or two losses early on and the team would get stronger through the season. They far exceeded my unreasonable expectations with a new head coach, new defensive coaches, turnover at the offensive line and a talented but inexperienced QB. Getting in the tournament was great and it is never a given for any team. Ask Alabama.
Martin's win was one of my top OSU sports moments of all time and I met Woody Hayes on campus so I have been around awhile.
Howdy! Greetings from Mesquite. I had inlaws out by Elmo and Wills Point. Welcome to Eleven Warriors neighborhood. I have been in Texas 30 years after graduating from OSU and I would not have it any other way. I am fortunate to experience the best of both.
Now you did it.
Fitting. Jeff Okudah gave him close competition.
I had an employee tell me I had chutzpah. Knowing the definition I still took it as a compliment, proving both us right. Go Bucks.
We needed touchdowns and only got field goals for 3 possessions. Turn the page. Get ready for 2020.
Agreed. His execution on those critical plays made the difference against Bama.
Apparently not very long. :)
Thanks for the link, it works.
Much obliged sir.
Have you ever seen a person who is obese lose 20% of their weight quickly? The loose skin gets in the way. This young man is managed with nutrition and exercise to maximize his potential and minimize the risk to his long term health. You are exactly right that a couple of years would be safer and not have the enormous folds of loose skin flopping all over.
Respectfully disagree. The big guy got a taste and he is hungry. Never doubt his appetite. He is also a great teammate which makes the room better and sets an example for the new guys.
I wonder if an SEC opponent will find an "accidentally" dropped MSU playsheet during warmups. The Pirate exploits cheaters so this ought to be fun to watch.
Ok Cereal DeVee does not like mother, gifs, booms, Texas or Stud. Definitely not a country and western fan. Probably a Lawrence Welk fan. Tankya boyzuh.
Ouch. Well played.
In 1981 there were 16 to a suite in Morrill Tower. That was tight.
Go Bucks. Beat the conventional wisdom tonight and have someone besides the Wessons show up and score. The D is not in doubt but poor shooting and turnovers led to 2 straight Ls. Agree with IP that Carton has to bring it tonight.
You be you. +1.
The husband of a co-worker reported back that the Covelli Center was rocking. He got floor seats a month ago for about $20 each. The people next to him paid $200 to be there. Get your tickets early. I agree with Buckmark that Hoffman was the MVP. He fought to the end. I have no idea how he fought off 2 cradles and then avoid a tech fall by pointing back in the 3rd.
I just hope that young man heals completely. Best wishes.
The 9 on offense get conditioning and early work on the playbook is incredible. Nice for the 5 on ,D but the jump for offense is huge.
As a freshman in 1981 I really enjoyed the music/reading room. Many afternoons I would check out an album to play on a small turntable to listen to music while studying physics and calculus. I remember the Violent Femmes concert in the ballroom around '84 which was a good show in an awkward venue. I was thankful that the espresso doubleshot was available in time for my 8-10 AM Institutional Finance class at Haggerty. The new Union is beautiful.