This thread aged about like milk.
How small are you talking? To some, 30,000 is small. To me, 150 is small.
Sorry Beau and Johnny, I look forward to Zach's podcast now more than the Dubcast. His Ohio State and college football content beats out Game of Thrones analysis hands down.
I was at The Game and I'll grant you that the moment's euphoria was superior. However, taken on the whole, I get an entire year's worth of enjoyment when Michigan is inept the entire season. So, to answer your question, I'll take the '08 Michigan team.
The collapse of Michigan football has been a pleasure to watch. There are those Ohio State fans which claim a good Michigan team creates a better rivalry. Don't count me in that fold. I won't be satisfied until Michigan goes 0-12 each year until they suspend the football program.
...but he was also playing on a team with Braxton Miller, Michael Thomas, Curtis Samuel (good lord how did this team not win a natty)
Zach Smith has a pretty confident take on this.
I'm late to the party here, but I am LOVING the podcast.
I just completed book #2 of A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones books). I've not seen a minute of the show and know nothing of the story line, so this has been quite the ride for me. I will be starting book #3 today. Once I finish the books, I may attempt to watch the HBO series. Anyone have an HBO streaming account I can mooch?!
...musicians, comedians, contests, fun student events...
No, no, no, and maybe.
I don't think the problem is with the spring game product, I think the problem is people's expectations for it. Go to the game or watch it on TV knowing it's a practice, nothing more and nothing less.
Oh man was I on the Antonio Henton bandwagon. I thought he would be Troy Smith 2.0.
You'll be wise to visit this site once in a while.
If the Browns surround Hunt with a good support network, he gets his shit together, and scores touchdowns, what's not to love? We should be cheering for the guy to be a better human in his hometown.
One team has won it all more often recently than the other has won its division.
The Chubb / Duke / Hunt combo won't be able to spread enough touches around how it is. No room for Hyde here. I love what the Browns have in the backfield right now.
You can say that again.
Try the other side of the bed tomorrow morning.
Came here for this. Someone doesn't math.
Interestingly enough, Teflon was invented by a Buckeye, Roy J. Plunkett.
My experience in officiating in any sport stops at the youth level, but when I'm reffing with a newbie, my first piece of advice is to make a call as if it's an absolute certainty and demonstrate it that way. Fans jump all over a timid ref SO LEAVE ME ALONE TIMMY'S DAD!
The official for Jalin's catch has 1 second to make a split decision. What would your reaction have been if he shrugged and haphazardly signals maybe it was an incompletion.
After the Braxton spin move on Vatech, that's the point I thought we'd win every game in 2015 by 40 points. What a disappointing year.
It's not a commercial problem, it's a buyer problem. These companies pay firms large amounts of money to help them sell their product. They aren't winging it. It's data driven. And the data says these commercials help drive sales. If they are dumbed down, it reflects on the consumer, not the salesman.