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Comment 06 Jul 2017

The band probably has abandoned the "Harvard Cheer" but it used to make me laugh:

(Always done in a pompous Boston accent)

H A R with a V

V A R with a D

Not to loud to be vulgar, but loud enough to be heard

Harvard, Harvard, Harvard

Comment 29 Jun 2017

I totally agree with no. 1. For the Buckeyes to have a run at an NC JT will need a Heisman type year. No one else looks to be outstanding at the skill positions on offense so we will need something special from Barrett.

Comment 26 Jun 2017

I have doubts with McSorley's and his second year. He tossed up a lot of jump balls and Ped U receivers had some nice catches/hands. He looks real good with opposing secondaries having to pay respect to the run and Barkley, but let's see if he can manage another lucky year when defenses are trying to confuse him and break his arm. Does his O-line hold up?

Comment 08 Jun 2017

Basketball is not the money sport and nothing will change until donors and fans refuse to accept just the occasional B1G title and Tourney trips and not something special.

When OSU hired Matt they got landed the winning/hot coach who could recruit. Now they are settling for mediocrity just because the program was likely going to hit rock bottom.

They should have offered the job to Jent as interim coach and found a top tier coach worthy of one of the finest universities in the country. 

Comment 31 May 2017

Absolutely one of the funniest things I have ever seen on TV. Herbie and Fowler's reactions were priceless.

Comment 25 May 2017

Almost a perfect heartbreaking list. 

One that still gets me was Michigan's 31–23 upset in 1995 when Tim Biakabutuka amassed an unbelievable 313 yards rushing. Buckeyes were ranked No. 2 and led by eventual Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George and future NFL stars Orlando Pace, Terry Glenn, Mike Vrabel, Shawn Springs, and Rickey Dudley. 

Comment 12 May 2017

Both Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean were basically comedians as was Bryan Cranston of “Breaking Bad”.

Vince Gilligan has said that he likes using comedians in drama because he feels that if you do comedy well, you basically are able to excel at anything in acting.

Comment 09 May 2017

Solid episode even though it was devoted solely to the case against Jimmy (no Mike or Gus).

Next week we hear the name "Saul Goodman", so things are moving along.

Comment 04 May 2017

I have watched all of Breaking Bad completely through 3 times and will undoubtedly watch a 4th. Best thing that was ever on television, period! Sad when the series ended but now have another chance to watch some of the characters  with more great writing and acting. 

Real curious as to what Jimmy and Kim have up their sleeves for ole Chuck. Why would Jimmy say to Mike that the picture of a gas lantern sitting on a copy of the New York Times "tells the whole story". Perhaps to threaten Chuck with having him declared incompetent and puttting him in a facility with electricity?