I guess it's probably a good thing Coombs has moved on then.. Otherwise the plane might have mistakenly become of the Red Bull variety... Lol
Welp.. Looks like with Harbaugh's affinity for sleep-overs and McElwain's fondness for sharks.. This is only the natural progression of things.. Recruiting in 2018, smh... Lol
Curiously the April 14th game in the Horseshoe that directly precedes the Spring Game, when they expect to have their biggest crowd of the year, is not on the list.
Only way I can honestly see the atmosphere inside there improving is to put the actual college back into the college basketball. Way too many stuffy suits and not near enough drunken college kids. Start by doubling the number of students.. Place them court side and actually give them incentives like free stuff for every technical (Yes, I know this can be debatable) they can cause or for every time out they force the opponent to take due to the crowd noise. Perhaps even a certain decibel level earns free drinks or something.. Lol I don't know
Yes..lol I hate going there because of the seating. I mean if I'm going to go to a morgue to watch a game.. I'd like to at least be comfortable.
Yeah.. I was just about to mention Clemson myself... They won one just a couple year ago after a long drought. I could also see a team like Washington breaking through before long. They've got a really good coach, play in a power 5 (albeit a somewhat weak) conference and it's been a while since they last won one. Plus, as you mentioned, even Georgia got very close last year. I don't think that tweet was very well thought out...
Admittedly, I don't really care either. And I was really only looking at the top 4 seeds, but between the Toledo, Cincinnati and Columbus areas where the majority of these teams are located, I'd think either Dayton or Springfield would be the better choice. But this is only a hypothetical tournament. Heck, we could have it on the moon for all I care. Ohio owns that, too...
I logged in just to suggest the same thing.. Cincinnati or Cleveland either one could host it.. Heck, even Dayton has provided the NCAA's with a great atmosphere. Ohio isn't just about Columbus.. And I'd even make an argument it's not even a very good representation of the rest of the state. I'd be all for having it elsewhere
Hell.. I was more offended by the word michigan.. Up votes for you to help offset the PC police...
Wow.. Ok. First off It wasn't my intention to mock you. I was only trying to inject a little humor and help to brighten someone's day, man. This is an excerpt from the article above:
Meyer's current contract, which Ohio State extended in 2015, ties him to the Buckeyes through 2020.
Simple math tells us that with the inclusion of that little nugget, Meyer has 3 years left on his current deal. Now, with that information, and the fact this article was about Urban getting a contract extension very soon, the context of the previous comment also becomes very clear:
but Smith said yesterday that Urb has 3 years left on his deal....
So as you can see, it's clearly dripping with sarcasm. Good on you for fishing for an apology there. But it ain't going to come from me. Hopefully you'll find a little peace in the next few days and simple things like this won't bother you as much in the future. Good day, brother.
Haha.. good catch. I meant to say Grinch. No idea why I said Shreck. Kids got me all confused. Lol
Those Wolverweenies should have just taken the advice... (Warning: video contains language NSFW)
I thought just the fact we hired Shreck plus the comments made by Schiano about having always worked with the corners and that each coach would be taking a bit more responsibility pretty much answered that. I don't think a corners coach is necessarily going to be the primary focus for this next hire. It's going to be on recruiting.
Love how this team is defying all expectations and fighting and clawing so hard every game to find a way to win. Unbelievable...They've got a legitimate shot at getting a 1 seed in the tourney come March.
I'm just going to go ahead and do it... The 2018 Football Bucks will lose every game and not even come close to a national title.
Booking my trip now...
I got off work early yesterday morning and drove home in an ice storm. It coated everything in it's icy path. I wasn't looking forward to shoveling my driveway this morning. Then Petite-Frere committed and I noticed that the Sun was shining and giving off an almost warm glow on such a mundane Wednesday in February.. Then Jean-Baptiste announced he was coming too and I thought to myself "You know, those trees and the fencing does look kinda cool all covered in ice.
I Headed to work and was catching up on some of the other happings that went on today, like the Friday kid commitment and Ttun losing their top verbally-committed recruit and that's when I started thinking just how shiny everything looked in it's icy cocoon. Almost surreal. Then during my lunch break was when The BasketBucks beat down the Purdue Pete's and capped off what turned out to be a pretty epic day in my Buckeyes Fandom. If February 7, 2018 was a player, then I'd say it definitely earned a few Buckeye leafs today.
As I walked out of the plant, I once again noticed how the lighting around our lot gave everything a nice little shimmer and sparkle that usually can only be replicated in such a way, that costs a man a 3-months salary in order to garner his wife with the same gift. Yeah, my Buckeye Wednesday was like that...
Just curious, but your article says he's a 6-foot-5, 215 lb linebacker/defensive end and the little box to the side lists him as 6-foot-3, 265 lbs. Is that because one of them is in metric? Seems we've gone full blown French Connection around here today.... Welcome aboard, young Bucks
Loved watching Moss play. Followed him and Jason Williams both at Dupont high school in West, Va through their state championship run in basketball. All the way through his college years at Marshall (wishing he could have been a Buckeye just like his older brother, the whole time). Then his career in the NFL. Absolutely the best in-air adjustments to the ball I've ever seen. Dude was the very definition of the term freak athlete. "If he's even, he's leaving!" doesnt even begin to describe how impressive he was in the open-field with room to run. Too bad the NoS energy drinks weren't around back then because he would have made the perfect spokesperson with his ability to turn on those afterburners.
Art Schlichter back in the day.. I hear he was a real hustler.
I still have nightmares about some freaky athletes on the defensive line, flying up the field and destroying our O-Line, all while wearing those ugly ass uniforms. Wonder if we could convince the rowing team to paddle upriver a bit and talk this kid into coming home? He'd never have to leave the banks of the Olentangy...