Underbody racing lights on a Prius is on brand for specialists.
Pleading the 5th but I appreciate the honesty, Joshua.
Do you wash your apples?
Not sold his last name is Penix. The 'x' is way too close to the 's' on the keyboard for me to take that at face value. An L&D nurse can fat-finger a mistake just as easily as any of us.
At any rate.... 45-17 good guys after 2 garbage time TDs.
Read this in a Lee Corso voice and tell me this doesn't ramble like Lee.
I legitimately get sick to my stomach hearing stories like this. To think about the sacrifice and dedication to a craft offset by an injury that inhibits someone from doing what they love is flat out upsetting. Here's to hoping his family, coaches and teammates surround him with love and help him through this tough time.
Yes, I would like to see one of the most dynamic slot receivers I've ever witnessed suit up in the scarlet and grey. I think it would be fun to watch him zig, zag, and keep defenses honest while opening up the running game for a very mobile quarterback and a running back that can hit a home run with enough time and space.
Mattison said he did not want to judge Ohio State's defensive performance from last year and said Greg Schiano is a "great defensive coordinator." He also said he isn't concerned about last year's stats, pointing out onceagain that the Buckeyes went 13-1 last year, and said the only stat he cares about is points.
I understand the context of the question, but it concerns me that the only stat that matters to him is on the scoreboard. I get it. The final score matters, but the final score is a RESULT of a lot of smaller, detailed stats. Penalties/yds, missed tackles, YAC, etc.. Let's not forget the Buckeye's playoff hopes were in question well before the Purdue game, not because of W/Ls or points, but because of those detailed stats that bubbled up to W/Ls and final scores..
Brady Quinn at a Coffman 7-on-7, Max Schmidt when playing UA at lacrosse, and Nick Kellogg during pick up at the Westerville Athletic Center. Each a monster in their own right. Super talented guys that expedited my journey to picking up books and learning skills outside the field of play.
But then Chris Rock - not that Chris Rock - arrived in Ann Arbor right around the time Zach Boren was finishing up in Columbus
I work with C Rock and cannot tell you how many new people ask him questions re: his shared celebrity name. Very akin to the Michael Bolton scene in Office Space. Pretty cringe worthy but he's a good dude and takes each question like it's the first time he's heard it.