Can you... elaborate?
You obviously weren't in the back seat of my dad's Chevelle 9 months before my first son was born.
Say the earth truly is flat... the amount and precision of the coordinated effort by billions of spherical earth conspirators including scientists, pilots, philosophers, government officials, engineers over the course of 2600 years is so mind-blowing, I'm staying on their side anyways!
Yeah... this one is.
What's the incentive for the cover up?
Dobbins by 14
If you were coach, what's your first comments to Carlo Kemp and Aidan Hutchinson for pulling off JK's cleat?
Research time... someone tell me who the last player at Michigan that stayed and actually won a championship of any kind.
That's a misunderstanding of what the phrase actually originates from. It predates the use of the term spade as derogatory, so as far as I'm concerned, there's no reason not to use it.
There are phrases in the English language that should die, but this isn't one of them.
I don't think Akron Buck's comments are any more controversial than saying the that the Westboro Baptist Church is hateful. There is room for religious groups to disagree with public policy and engage in debate, but it's the manner in which they do it that causes ire.
Did you read Eleven Warriors as a player?
Calmer'n you are.
Sure, why not?
This whole dynamic would be different if he were chosen over for a dud. But the guy that beat him out went out to complete one of (the most?) successful passing seasons ever at Ohio State. The cupboard was full and there just happened to be a shinier dish in there.
The interception at the end of the 2013 Orange Bowl wasn't an interception... right??? RIGHT???!!!
Just curious, who decides these weekly awards?
This is the most disappointing point. I don't mind Buckeyes at noon, but really wanted to watch the Minnesota / Penn State game.
Would love to see those stats adjusted for minutes played. Fields has been on the bench an awful lot this year.
Officially stage 3 carcinoid cancer (in the small bowel). Luckily surgery alone took care of it. For that reason I really don't feel part of the cancer survivor fraternity because I didn't have to deal with chemo or radiation.
Diagnosis was dragging on until a doctor finally referred me to the James at Ohio State. Within 3 months of the first time I stepped into a doctor's office in Columbus without knowing what I had, I was cured. As much as we love their football team, Ohio State is truly kicking ass where it really matters.
Although not quite as dramatic as your story, I also made a lifestyle change in October of last year. I went from ~210 pounds at that time to 162 pounds as of this morning. 32 y/o male. I feel so much better, and what a joy it is to carry a 50 lb bag of water softener salt knowing I used to carry that with me all the time!
I get yearly CT scans done for surveillance testing (cancer free for 5 years in December!), and I've always had a "fatty liver". My last CT scan revealed that "the hepatic steatosis seen on prior exam has resolved." Losing that weight does more than just make you look better! All your organs thank you!
Here I was having a good day and you come in here talking MSU and 2015.
BOO THIS MAN.
(yes, they will ready)
(no, I have no way of knowing this)
I don't have the intellectual capacity to consume all of this. Thanks for the reminder.