I'll never forget or forgive Nick Lachey and Desmond Howard for singing that song on top of Ohio Stadium. Nor ESPN for producing it. What an F U to the whole state.
I think if we still had a grass field, I might have been pissed about it. Trying to plant a flag in Fieldturf is kind of hilarious.
He seems like a dick, though.
I love Ohio State with all my heart, but even I consider our fan base to be obnoxious and annoying. However, if you show me a fan base that isn't, I'll show you an irrelevant college football program. I also think, collectively, that we handled the ending of the Urban Meyer era pretty well. Just look at how Tennessee handled their latest coaching search. Imagine how Alabama or Clemson fans would handle Saban or Swinney getting pushed out over an issue like that.
Also, the Bosas are totally injury prone. They're beasts, but neither should have been drafted in the top 10 based on how often they get hurt and how willing they are to sit out.
I spoke to a guy who played for Wayne and who ran into Blue a few weeks ago. Was told he just couldn't compete at OSU. Despite his high rankings, speed, etc., he just couldn't cut it. He was being passed by younger WRs. And that's coming from himself.
The worst part about all this is the non-stop complaining about the remaining sports-talk station in town. Both stations have/had shows I really like and shows I can't stand. I was happy to have them both. Hopefully something else fills the void.
The format change was more about eliminating salaries than finally getting the classic rock format in town. They'd rather have a robot playing a programmed playlist than paying all those people to express their opinions.
This is great news! I like KJ Hill and I think he has a terrific chance to improve his draft stock next year.
I'm not sure how you're defining "run the offense...better than Haskins," but I'd bet the farm that he doesn't put up better numbers than Haskins did.
Schiano/Davis seemed to get all the blame for this season's struggles on defense. I wondered all along if Grinch wasn't getting off easy since nobody knew enough about him to blame him for anything (i.e. Bill Davis being Urban's best man.)
He may be a great coach, but I remain unconvinced. Oklahoma offers a lower bar, though.
Reminds me of the kid from Miami who claimed Urban looked like he was going to cry when he told him no. Then he disappeared forever.
Olive Garden makes total sense to me. Pasta and breadsticks fill you up at a time in your life when you are constantly hungry (and poor). I've eaten at Olive Garden 3 or 4 times in my life--and not for probably 15 years, but I still like it. If I were young and broke, I'd be thrilled to be eating there.
The Magnum is awful. NO WAY it belongs on any list ahead of the Diamondback.