If we are outraged by everything... then technically we aren't outraged by anything. It's like if you are always unreliable... then you become reliably unreliable. Weird!
But, yes. Enough is enough with the sensationalized outrage for EVERYTHING. The law of diminishing returns comes into play with all of these scenarios.
He actually was very critical of the "outrage".
Actually grew up outside of Grand Rapids, MI (Have since moved to PA) during the Cooper years (Rough time for all Buckeye fans). My Dad's family lived in Columbus (He graduated from Northland HS). Spent most summer vacations, holidays, and other events going to Columbus. Also, used to go to Cedar Point on the reg... America's Roller Coast. So I was born into it and happy for it! I still try to make it back to visit family there at least once a year although some of the extended family have passed on.
Added Marshon's reply to the original. Basically calls him out. Owns may have been a strong word... eh... hindsight is 20-20.
Gotta transport it to his financial adviser somehow.
His reply linked here...https://twitter.com/shonrp2/status/1263541596877963266?s=20.
To be fair, there were plenty of people in the timeline mentioning investing it and being smart... but this dude takes it to a whole other level.
The face says a 1,000 words!
As the transfer portal becomes a more and more legitimate option for young people to showcase and grow in other environments (Which I am all for student-athletes exhausting all their resources as they see fit) is there a risk that this depth could disappear to the transfer portal really quickly?
I'm old and definitely out of touch... can someone explain what Big Cap means? I'll have to try to get hip with the times.... is that still a thing?
This is one of the best comments I have ever read on this site... no joke. I quite literally lol'd while reading.
You're 100% correct. They want to leave the Big 10 because the conference keeps screwing them (Both financially and with schedules????).
Uh oh.... the plot thickens. A Michigan Man points out that they do not ACTUALLY have the high ground!!! I'm sure the responses will be reasonable and not at all tin-foil hat at all.
I think Tressel would disagree with some of the answers here...
That Hamby'd it up line was amazing. I mean, it still hurts a bit... but accurate description.
I went to the game a few years ago and we stumbled upon a really cool tailgate event at St George Greek Orthodox Church. You can pay to park there (I think it was $30), but right down the street from the church we found a homeowner offering cheaper parking in his lawn. We walked down to the church. They had food (Burgers, Dogs, etc...) for a really good price. There was a nice mix of Rutgers fans and Buckeyes fans. They were all very kind and welcoming. Traditional tailgate games were there as well. I would definitely hit it up again if I was going this year. They don't sell beer at the church, but there were definitely plenty of people partaking, so bring your own supply.