Yes, I was thinking how this was not a tropical heat wave, Salty, but also the electric excitement of the crowd really added to the experience.
And we cannot blame Gene Smith for scheduling them-- they're part of the Big Ten East Division.
And the 1st TD on a true freshman in a new position.
And were the old-timers able to get the cannon loaded for a 3rd time?
Olave has good hands and good feet, and we're not talking route running here.
One we absolutely cannot lose!
I think it will be a big win.
In other news, Iowa just kicked a field goal to go lup 10.
Tua is already in 'Bama being evaluated.
A lot of folks probably bet Ohio State covering the 52 point spread. So a 56-14 whooping is not all that.
All the good vibrations now. Gotta luv it.
All the negative vibes, man. It's the 4th qtr with the 2nd string backups, and they're doing OK.
WF had an all world WR.
If only the other stinkers at Iowa and Purdue smelled this sweet.
Yes, however inside the 20 and not returnable, but it could have been further down inside the 10. A little less bottle flipping for Drue?
Good hands? No, good feet.
He needs more in-game practice, that's all.
Offense looking sharp! defense looking...
Even Buckeye fans are less than enthusiastic about chilling out in the chill without the thrill of a possible real contest.
Into this excitement, by having them fire the canon every time for Buckeye TDs too!
And all of our favorite parts too. Can wer change this boredom?
I'll consider it a big, big win, if Ohio State wins without injuries to any players; so they are full strength against Penn St and a TUN.
And watch out. Rutgers is slightly better in punting with more net yards per punt.
We need to cut Crisman some slack here, he just doesn't get enough in-game practice.
Max, I learned the same lesson out of high school. I was just a teenager with chump change. But don't bet on football. The ball ain't round, as they say.
Great takes! Mahalo, Chris, for the questions. This is a subliminal psychological inquiry deep into the (perverse) minds of Harrish, Wertheim and Ramzy, if you re-order the takes by respondent:
Fast food: Skyline chili spaghetti (from Cincinnati)
Movie: Undecided between 12 B-grade movies
Music: Can't decide, change every week
Soda: Can't decide between 1a, 1aa and 1aaa. (Insightful: Dr Pepper is just cherry Coke)
Fast food: Arby's (decided, consistent, love those crusty, curly fries, too)
Movie: Sandlot (childhood nostalgia)
Music: Willie Wonka (childhood nostalgia)
Soda: Dr. Pepper (decisive, no lemon lime)
Fast food: Double Holy (virtuous, unusual, needs to be different)
Movie: Major League (sobbing teen nostalgia, unusual, different, but at least includes some real, award-winning movies-- Maguire, Raging Bull, Chariots, etc.)
Music: None. (unusual, different)
Soda: No 'soft drinks' (different, separate, health conscious)
Hmm... what's your diagnosis, Dr. Freud?
And Harbaugh thinks he's inventive going to Rome.
How about going to Paris and Berlin starting with a day at the beach in Normandy and a side trip to the Ardennes forest?