I think the photo is distorted due to the angle that the camera was while taking a picture of the tv, which would make his head and upper body appear larger.
September 11, 1999 v. UCLA. I believe this is the first game I went to; it's at least the first game that I remember attending. I was 8 so I don't recall much other than it being a night game, sitting on the upper deck, and thinking it was weird that the people I was sitting behind were wearing baby blue for a football game.
This is terrific. Love the Natty Boh addition
On the topic of #2 image confusion. I teach at a high school in Southwestern PA, and one of my students claims to be a "huge" Ohio State fan. He asked me if I watched the Wisconsin game and then proceeded to tell me how Dobbins was unstoppable on offense...and defense. "Yeah, number 2 was all over the place. Had a couple of touchdowns and also had a couple of sacks." I just let him roll with it. We'll see if he figures it out this season.
The time lapse is simply amazing. He makes it look easy, which I can assure you it isn't (look at my freshman year charcoal grade...or don't, actually).
That was my first thought too
Took me a second to decipher what Brutus was holding, but I'm taking it as he is breaking MSU's new neon look.
Living just a little ways from Pittsburgh, I generally try to make it to a Pitt game if it's on a non-OSU game day. Not the most exciting venue or atmosphere, but its nice just to be at a collegiate game.
Does anyone know when Tippy Dye wore number 2? I always thought that he wore number 50, but then again I do not know everything.
Couldn't agree more. Problems are glaring, but I feel that Meyer is too stubborn to adapt and change things that could potentially help address the issues, which is leading to the problems being exposed more and more every week.
Totally agree. I understand a holding call here or there, but Jones' roughing penalty left me speechless, especially the fact that he shoulder shrugged like his act wasn't deserving of the call. The penalties stem from being undisciplined, and it's a shame to see because the constant theme of the team since 2015 is underachievement.
It's great. I don't know how I've never seen or heard of it until today.
Found the Minnesota commercial, mentioned in the Skully, if anyone is interested.