That is hilarious! The thing is, even if your team wins, you shouldn't celebrate a semifinal win like that.
Well then he's almost certainly going to be available in October. Even if he's an improvement over the last guy.
How about David Bell, is he going to play another year at Jacksonville? Not sure how good he is but he did hit the weight room during his time at tOSU IIRC.
You guys are brutal.
I love it.
Seems like some guys don't really have their heads in this game.
So one might ask, did the Huffmans and Loughlins and their ilk have their hands in that cookie jar, in addition to the other things they did?
I had a very long day, so I only just watched the game, and came here to read comments. It's now almost twelve hours after the game started.
Not going to post what I had intended to post, it just isn't worth the trouble.
Well as has been pointed out by several others, we saw plenty of things that are basically inexplicable, but we also saw that when these guys are clicking with each other they can bring it. But they haven't been clicking much lately, and that is inexplicable. I just think they get pushed around and that makes it hard to make things click. Next year will be better especially if Kaleb can get himself together.
Puppies aren't allowed down there on the floor, I suppose.
Now they're just rank.
Tough to watch while a bunch of teams from really small schools are playing conference championship games today and the winners are "getting their ticket punched".
I want to see the new walk-on Harrison Hookfin play some minutes too. Why not?
His teams did seem to have a talent for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory during the later years.
It's one of my favorites as well. Chock full of great guitar. Nick Mason's work on this also strikes me as exceptional for some reason.
From time to time I still enjoy Bryan Ferry's "Boys and Girls" more than 30 years after its release and I never realized that David Gilmour played on it. I would say Gilmour skillfully provided tasty guitar licks while altering his style just enough so that it didn't sound too much like Pink Floyd. Something I suspect is not that easy for most guitarists.
Loved that album, it was one of the few bright spots in an otherwise thoroughly crappy summer.
Holtmann has one senior left over from his predecessor's tenure. That this happened is not really surprising, but it is annoying as hell.
Somebody with a big arm like Bauserman had but even more wildly inaccurate.
Hey at least Woods got the ball to another Buckeye that time.
He needed to find the range on his outside shot, but he may have actually done so.
Found myself in this situation along with a friend, who had been driving until she rear-ended another car so hard that it destroyed her radiator. We managed to get to the shoulder and exchange information with the other driver, but we were not going to be driving away. Now this was back in the day so neither of us had a cell phone. And it was getting dark.
I poked around in her trunk and found a road flare, and after lighting it I placed it on the ground behind the car so that other drivers would see it. After a few minutes a Highway Patrol officer came along on a motorcycle and radioed in for a tow truck. He said we had to get back in the car until help came, because that was safer. Before riding away he put out the flare by crushing it under the heel of his boot.
My protest of this was met with, "Bah, it just slows down the traffic". And then he was gone.
Always, there are a ton of live albums but my favorite has always been Back to the Bars. "Oh, I know, it's Cleveland, Ohio! "
Saw this ending one of their shows at the old Universal Amphitheatre. Electrifying .