Funny you brought this up now because I happened to be listening to this album last week. Great album. I don't think the 'holy gift' thing is true, though.
Agree about 'Dogs'. That song has some ridiculously great lyrics. Also, you have to love how a band can say, we're going to make a 17 minute song without a chorous. That is something you don't see every day.
Good luck to Curtis. I wish he would have received more playing time those first few years. Got to find a way to get these explosive players more touches right out of the gate because they will be leaving after year three.
This is the strangest life I've ever known
I'll tell you what, Ohio State loses this game and here is the thing that will make you shake your head: Pitt will have beaten both teams that OSU lost to this year.
Looks to me like Ohio a State has scored exactly 35 points only 31 times in their history. So, with one of those being a tie and one a loss, 29 of those games were victories. Subtract the 29 from the 279 and you have 250 victories when scoring 36 points or more. Therefore, 250-0 when scoring 36 or more. This also does not include 2014-2016, when OSU went 26-0 when scoring 36+! So this updates the stat to 276-0 when scoring 36 or more.
As impressive as this is, I wonder if other strong programs boast similar records. For one, overall scoring and shoot-outs have increased dramatically in recent years, so many programs might have stellar records for most of their history when scoring 35+.
I agree, time to adjust things slightly.
Great Skull Session today with plenty of info and the classic DJ delivery. Coffee and skull sessions every morning, man. As a side note, my friend from Cincinnati invited my family down there for New Years Eve and the Buckeyes, and he spelled it 'Cinci', so there is still hope.
In this hypothetical fight is Urban allowed to bring other staff members, like Marotti? Maybe Fickell can place a call to Vrabel for backup?
It is crazy to think what Meyer could accomplish if he continues to coach for another ten years or so. His overall win percentage and bowl record are ridiculous. Plus, what could be sweeter than bowl wins over Alabama, Oregon, and Notre Dame to get things started at Ohio State? (almost forgot to mention the 5-0...)
Thanks for the great analysis. Amazing to compare the difference between the defenses of '12 and '13 to the defenses of the last few seasons.
That is hardcore coming from a professor.
Yesterday my team won by 59, the 3 teams ranked directly in front of them all lost, including their hated and previously undefeated rival, and yet now they are in a worse position for the playoff then they were when the day began. College football is crazy indeed.
Last year we had to root for Penn State to beat Michigan State the last week of the season because Michigan blew a game they should have won (against MSU). This year we have to root for the opposite, Michigan State to beat Penn State, the last week of the season because Michigan blew a game they should have won (against Iowa). Unbelievable.
Plus 2 pick sixes. Hard to believe.
We are lucky people
He actually doesn't bother me much anymore. He knows it is just a big joke.
Can we negotiate the time for commencement of drinking to 3 hours before kickoff?
The creative force behind Pink Floyd, I would say. The band definitely wasn't as good after he left, but really the combination of Waters and Gilmour is what make Pink Floyd so great. Once they ceased to get along, it was the beginning of the end.
WuTang Clan, Enter the WuTang (36 Chambers)
I had a partially torn bicep once. Sucked for a while, but it compelety healed. I couldn't lift anything heavy for a while, the doctor wanted me to go to physical therapy about twice each week. After I went the first time and saw what exercises they wanted me to do, I just did them at home rather than pay a high copay twice each week.
I've always preferred the original 'Alien', which I consider to be more of a horror movie while the sequels are better categorized as action movies. The original has the slow pacing that really ratchets up the tension.