No, have to admit I didn't. I can't watch my own team objectively. After that game, I thought Motor City Bowl at best. So yes it's true, you don't always know. Urban had a way of playing bigtime possum.
As long as the SEC plays, I'll watch it. Without them, it's second tier borderline trash that I may not care enough to see.
No way to tell. Look for Saban to eventually Paterno them into mediocrity. He's already losing it somewhat, turning into an old whiner. He will not be able to quit. They'll have to either fire him or he's going to get real old and about fall over dead out there.
Super competitive people don't ever give up. You have to pry it from their cold, dead hands.
6-way tie for the 6 times I have been at the Horseshoe and watched Ohio State beat that team up north.
Nothing else has ever come close. When you stand there after something like that, the state pride, team pride, the year being completed in such a satisfying way. I could die happy right then.
Watch the games, see who's the four best teams and put them in.
It's as easy as that. You could probably just watch one or two practice sessions and tell who's the best. I can usually tell after about two games. All you do is evaluate the physical elements and block out the little kids on TV trying to talk about it.
What is there to talk about if not this? There's nothing else going right now. I'll try though. I don't want to go to jail.
They'll do away with that, too. It's too hard. School is an awful place. Online learning only. Math and science are way too hard to learn that way. They're really not, but everyone will say they are.
Soon enough, learning math and science will be seen as some kind of disorder. Not allowed to have it anymore. No more numbers. Numbers=competition. That's just not healthy.
I think no football at all. They've been wanting to quit for years. Concussions. It hurts to play. Injuries. People take steroids to try to win and then suffer later. Coaches cheat. It's corrupt.
Society is going to "progress" to something beyond competition. Something bland. Something communistic. Oh well. I'm old. Let's just get it over.
It's over. No season. There won't be a season in anything until people are willing to give up this whole crock of garbage. They're nowhere close to giving it up yet.
There's hope in the world though. A lot of people are flipping this thing the bird and doing whatever the hell they want, and I'm one of them.
If they don't want to play, that's fine with me. There are other cheaper things to spend money on anyhow. That's what this is. Letting people with money simply hoard more of it and keeping it out of the economy.
No good. The grass really didn't work out here. I watch the old games all the time. The players slipped around. It got muddy as hell. Just doesn't work in that location. Somehow Penn State pulls it off. Good for them, but not here. Maybe that's why their O-line always sucks too though. It does. Always sucks. Don't know why they can't get O-linemen over there.
Time to bring in Tress. I know they won't, but it's time to. Why the hell not? Anything else is really not right.
I've been to all of them since 2006. They're all so far above any other events I've ever attended. Everything about the whole day and the experience in The Horseshoe on that gameday is just indescribable.
If you've never been to one and they ever have them again, you need to go if you're an Ohio State fan or just a sports fan at all. Just nothing like it. I could probably write a book about it. Maybe someday I will, but not tonight.
Only way we're having a season is if people just understand that we're all getting this and you'll either survive it or you won't. There's just no way to avoid exposure to it.
All we did was delay the inevitable for some people. Hell, I'm not the healthiest myself. If it kills me, it does. I can't stop living unless it takes me out. I wouldn't expect others to stop their lives either.
Play on. Oklahoma's not winning it with Lincoln Riley. He's way too soft. He'll probably move onto the NFL soon enough anyway and OU will get Mike Stoops to continue 2-3 loss staleness for years to come.
They'll be tougher this year for not being able to take some fancy trip to France. The whole foreign travel thing every year does nothing but soften them up. Makes me think Harbaugh's a little fruity. If he could just hire one southern snake, put him on his staff, tell him to recruit and turn his head the other way, he could maybe get a few players up there.
Gonna have to cheat and pay more if they ever want to compete. That's how everybody's doing it. Anything else they're telling you is a lie. I only regret that I won't live long enough to watch the documentary about Clemson. Someday, they will be found to be massive cheaters that made Nick Saban look like a choir boy. That's the only way Clemson got out of second tier hell. I actually commend Dabo for pulling it off.
Desire to have access to players? I don't understand this really. Maybe this is where I should get off the sports wagon. I never got into sports to know the people on a personal level. I had enough of that before I told my relatives to all go to hell and run off anybody who ever tried to be friends.
Friends and family blow and are for the birds. Sports are great because it's competition. That's the spirit of true living right there. Wanting to kick ass and be the best. Not giving a damn about hurting somebody's feelings. If that's not what this is going to be anymore then maybe I need to get into hunting or working at a slaughterhouse. Even snowflakes eat lots of beef.
I might start scaring kids on Halloween or something. Just getting too old to stay with these pitiful whiny times.
It's just like anything else. A whole lot of nothing. You can walk out of leases, agreements, marriages, contracts. This flimsy thing is not even close to being binding, just like the BS stay at home order that I didn't follow for even one day.
Yeah, I don't buy tickets to go see opinions and politics. I do it to watch people do stuff that I can't do. They're playing a game. They have freakish athletic ability. Being there with the crowd feeding off of it is a great experience.
None of that has a damn thing to do with what these people think. I don't care about their thoughts. I care about their ability to play a game. That's it. Once the game's over, I don't even know them. They don't know me. We're not relatives or friends. This is a business deal. You play, I pay. You don't, I sit on my wallet. It's as simple as that.
Hell with it .
If not for the prospect of OSU football coming back and being what it always has been for my whole life, I'd give up sports completely. Bengals and Reds are both just losers anyway, but I follow them out of habit.
I support OSU football as long as it stays what it's been. If they turn it into something I don't recognize, then I probably would stop caring about it.
And if they had the dollar menu, they would put the others all out of business.
I think he's right, and I think he's by far the best coach they can think about having.
Without him, they're absolute garbage like they were under Hoke and Rich Rod. Harbaugh is good enough to at least have them respectable. If OSU ever has a year where they're down enough or not quite ready to play, they might be good enough to pull it off every now and then.
That's what it always took anyway. OSU either being down or just some reason laying a damn egg. Michigan was never that damn good.
I really believe the greater intensity of the sun in the south wears on you more and makes you more aggressive and agitated. I know it does me. Living down there is like being a bulldog trained to fight. It's tougher, meaner, more stressful just because of how damn bright and hot the sun is.
That's why I go to Michigan for relief. I feel the difference just driving to Michigan. It's no wonder northern football is a relic and that OSU being about the southernmost northern team eats the others for lunch.
What unit of measurement is used to determine this?
Chrysler products are garbage so I'd just pick the cheapest of the other two.
For myself though, I was wanting a Nissan Maxima but now thinking about a Honda Civic. Wanted to keep buying American sedans, but my Ford Taurus appears to be the last one they're ever going to make.