spot on....pound for pound cats are the some of the most effective killers on the planet.....they are built for stealth, speed, quickness and killing, it's in their DNA....you get size above a house cat (which can still give you scratches and bites) and you are asking for problems.
I think for college it's ok because the names and numbers change so for the most part it's just the ultimate game-day team centric item.....but I don't wear them outside of game-day. As for the NFL, I think as a 47 yr old man it's ok to wear the legends/HOF'ers, but buying the latest 21 yr olds name and number on my back as a grown man seems ridiculous.
Personally I think Clay Matthews and Chase Winovich have a bad look with their flowing hair but it's their hair so who gives a sh*t....maybe I'm just jealous that I have a vanishing hairline and they can still rock the Fabio. I think the dreads/braids look pretty cool, but man I would hate to get any long hair grabbed or snagged out there on the field.
PS: Chase Young's hair is awesome.
That is incredible work, I would love to know JTs reaction to this.
JM was the kind of guy that you knew that once he was ready he was going to be nothing but solid, he's been a beast on that line, love his approach and work ethic...he's got some nasty too which is awesome!
Hurricanes, Blazers, Spartans (300 of them).
Didn't we just cover this topic on here a week or so ago?
They Have Not Peaked Yet...and that is AWESOME!
Only reason I watched that game was to see Bosa (Ward being hurt an all) and I was not disappointed !..Man was a wrecking ball last night!!
easy DaytonBuck....it's a light topic, I think the black cleats are classic and when they all wear them it looks damn good and uniform...that's kind of the point of a UNIFORM. But you don't care what they wear so if you see em in mix and match whatever the hell, you are ok with it, got it.
I get it, but the arm bands, sleeves, socks, cleats, etc should be a uniform color imo (if you wear a sleeve for example it should be one color, same with arm bands, etc)...not saying it's a make or break thing for how you play but if you choose to wear something it should fit the uniformity, hence the name uniform. Again though, this is light hearted and I think the black cleats look the best and are classic.
who cares, it looks so much better....if you are fast then why does it matter.
Black looks tougher. I'd rather look slow and be fast than look fast and be slow. They are called a uniform for a reason, it's part of being a team, same look, same attitude, same goals...it's not about standing out from your teammates....now get off my lawn.
see, now that's Bada$$!
PS: I do love the detail of the helmet stripe on the lace eyelets, I missed that the firs time around due to being sidetracked by that terrible reddish color they used.
fwiw: My son is a runner and shoe freak....he loves the reacts for day to day wear (super comfortable) but not for actual running....I don't run so I don't care about that aspect....as for the color, it's WRONG!!!
seems crazy to speculate, we will just have to watch.
You'll care after you wash it once and the stitching is coming off and the lettering is a wrinkled mess.
Wellers or Knob Creek over ice.
I said when Thomas got his big contract that he seemed like the kind of guy that wants to and will give back, that part of the benefit of that money is the ability to give back and he is absolutely proving me right....good on him, he is a baller and a heck of a guy too.
Hello Joshua, thanks for your time on here and for all you give to Buckeye Nation.
Q: When you have a team at a level of Ohio State how hard/easy is it to be distracted by your press clippings or stay focused and realize that you are only as good as your next game....I am one of those that always sees that nothing you've done matters if you lose the next one, I suppose that's preached at this level...as an insider how do you keep the team hungry and laser focused each week knowing that one loss can derail you.