Intercepted Brady Quinn (twice!) during 7 on 7s going into my junior year back in the day. I forget who he was throwing to but his intended target played for the Bengals for some time IIRC.
Perhaps a bit unorthodox/unusual response, but for those who rely on sports as a means of escapism in a time where isolation may become more of the norm, please reach out for help or assistance. Whether that be here or (probably more helpful) the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
This isn't white knighting; I've passed this message onto some personal friends who may not be in a great spot mentally at the moment. Figured I'd pass along the note here to my 11W brothers and sisters who may need to see this.
"Tomorrow will be the most beautiful day of Raymond K. Hessel's life...his breakfast will taste better than any meal you and I have ever tasted."
Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye. Best of luck to Brendon. I have a feeling he has many good chapters ahead in his story and look forward to following him wherever he ends up.
Not that it matters at all, but does anyone read Labia anytime they see the word Labrum? Just me? Okay, I'll see myself out. Go team.
It's bananaland how much these players and coaches love each other. Coach Johnson, Hafley, Hartline, Washington, and obviously Day getting and delivering the love publicly has to do wonders in so many areas.
Don't care about the logistics and background story: I still consider him a Buckeye.
Battling it out in Houston to make an XFL team's starting roster.
I think it's also worth noting that, while Cephus is on par with UM's WR core, the Wolverines had more options on the outside than UW currently has. Between the tackles is the bread and butter at UW, where UM is able to read 3 very talented receivers in open space.
One of the main reasons why OSU has been dominant is in their ability to quickly make adjustments. Nebraska had a drive. MSU had a drive. UM had a half. UW had a half. Really only PSU challenged an entire game this year, a testament to the PSU staff for adapting to OSU's adjustments.
Long story short: Even if UW throws new wrinkles at OSU, our staff's past ability to identify, adjust, and execute makes me think they can do it again against a team they stack up against very well. If UW gets their TE into the mix, it might take longer to adjust based on evidence throughout this season.
Eggplant Emoji City, USA over here
Seeing how I pissed in some mod's Wheaties by creating a thread about this (since closed), I'll post this here as a comment:
Fairly reasonable take re: MGo's Absurdity
Clearly not a UM fan per post history, but great breakdown. Helps filter through the mess I've been readying lately on that site.
I think the delusion starts and ends with the excuses made by this fanbase...
#1 OSU doesn't care about academics
... JH himself says UM admittance and academics for athletes is "borderline"
... UM's average student ACT admittance scores: 29-33
... OSU's average student ACT admittance scores: 27-31
... Northwestern Athletics #1 AAR for athletes, OSU Athletics #2 AAR for athletes, UM #3 AAR for athletes
#2 OSU cheats by paying players
... Former Financial Advisor Marty Blazer admits he paid for UM Football players
#3 The Refs are against UM football
2019 penalty breakdown: OSU 7 penalties for 66 yards, UM 5 penalties for 38 yards
2018 penalty breakdown: OSU 12 penalties for 150 yards, UM 7 penalties for 72 yards
What else ya'll got? If you wonder why everyone thinks you're crazy, it's because you give everyone else a great place to start: YOUR EXCUSES!
If the SF 49ers didn't fire Chip Kelly, would the Buckeyes be where they are today?