Saw then candidate Clinton give a speech on the back patio in the former Union in '92.
Cool down there Kentucky North.........
A Bollman mention always gets this...
Eddie got redemption for the two fumble game in '92 and ran for 314 against them in '95. I hated those bastards.....
I live in the neighborhood and frankly had no idea the Elliott's owned the property or had exotic animals. This happened about two months ago and was news around Columbus.
About the five min mark on today's presser video
Buckeye Bash hosted by OSUAA is at the Bullseye Event Center across the street from Lucas Oil. It is sold out. Link to OSUAA as they do have a list of other things going on Fri and Sat.
I've had it many times over the years and find it a bit overrated. If you like your cocktail sauce eye-watering hot then it's for you. If you've never had it, get it to say you have. Outside of that it is nothing special. Save your $$ for dessert after your steak......
Exactly. No one else in that armpit State does.
Dai is spot on. It only rained the first half of the third quarter. Shout out to the fans. It was a great environment. We stood and were loud in the Club seats all game.
$483M for 50 years. Invested it is expected to return $3.1B to the University and has already added over $50M to the endowment. Seems like a pretty good return.
The Faculty Club is it's own, unique (as well) building. It is Orton's next door neighbor to the west, before Mirror Lake. Great place to eat. They usually have art displays there as well.
Team stays at the Blackwell night before home games. You can catch them making the walk to Skull Session and on to stadium about 0930 for a noon kick.
Klatt has said he and Gus are calling game, although I don't think that guarantees it to be a noon kick.
Scott Terna, the starting punter in '93 and '94 was from Hawaii...
'91 Block O as well
Jerry Glanville mic'd up for NFL Films was pure gold......
Michigan has three being 1947, 1948 and 1997.
Two and one-half..................
September 28th, 2019 at 10:28 PM ^
The hand-wringing and fawning over OSU is pathetic. They’ve (almost) always been better than Michigan since face masks were attached to football helmets.
I was around for the Cooper years and although fun, Michigan always dropped games to unlikely teams and finished 8-4 or something like that. One time, in 1997, Michigan had a complete team and a complete season. Once. Yet people in here act as if Michigan has always been elite, and because it isn’t is failing miserably. Maybe when Old 98 was playing, or when Yost was coach, or for a couple of seasons under Bo. When has Michigan ever recruited better than OSU? Almost never.
The delusion and self-loathing is pathetic.