I still think Ohio State -21.5 is free money against Nebraska, but this glorious’ stache costs at least three points to spread.
“I don’t think it looks good. I think it looks funny.” https://t.co/U6M6BJzZEW
– Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) October 15, 2020
“I don’t think it looks good. I think it looks funny.”
It usually makes up my wardrobe choices throughout high school.
Word of the Day: Asthenia.
NEBRASKA’S AD THINKS OF HIS TEAMS. There was a time when Nebraska was an important ally in the fight to save the football season, but now that football is back, Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos is back to his former completely unbearable way.
“I don̵7;t see (attendance) as a competitive advantage issue. I’ll tell you what a competitive advantage is: Ohio State’s schedule versus Nebraska’s. That’s a competitive advantage, and that’s something the conference should control. . ”
Moos refers in part to Nebraska’s crucial crossover games against Ohio State and Penn State, which are considered the top two teams in the Big Ten East Division. Ohio State’s crossover opponents are Nebraska and Illinois, both of which finished last season with sub-500 records.
If you are not caught, it is really a glorious self.
Moos complained that Ohio State crossover games were too easy, but half of crossover games were against Nebraska. So …
Basically, Nebraska’s own athletic director tells the public that he thinks Nebraska is bad at football. It was a fair take, sure, but not a take I expect him to dish with confidence.
SACRIFICE MADE. A few days ago, Ryan Day said that some coaches do not even sleep in their own homes for fear of catching the virus and spreading the virus within the program, and they are not the only ones doing that kind of sacrifice.
My son was told yesterday that I would be coming to the games, but I would not see him in person until the time was up. When your WHY is deep enough, then HOW does not matter. #ScottJr #GoBucks
– Gee Scott (@GeeScottSr) October 15, 2020
I will tell you what, these sacrifices will feel quite worthwhile when they are rewarded with a natty after all is said and done.
FINAL FOUR DATING. I fully understand if your brain is fully tuned to Buckeye football at this point, but it is my duty as the Ohio State blogger to let you know that BasketBucks is preparing to kick some ass this season.
It feels like Christmas morning … pic.twitter.com/r4GgP87Ep5
– Ohio State Hoops (@OhioStateHoops) October 15, 2020
I’m sure they are eager to leave. They have a (simulated) national title to defend, after all.
FOR DEEP POCKET … For those of you living the highly blessed life of being a Chiefs fan and a Buckeyes fan with enormous income requirements, allow me to direct your attention to your next favorite purchase.
Mike Weber is making his way to his Super Bowl ring, and * you * could be the lucky owner, for a hefty price.
At first, I paused about Weber’s decision to sell such a sentimental item, but I saw the current $ 60,000 bid with more than 16 days remaining in the auction. No more questions.
Considering he has been on the team for less than a month and is not even on the active list for the game, there is a solid chance that this ring will have more sentimental value to the Chiefs average fan than Weber.
TERRY THE TURTLE. Extremely important update: Dawand Jones has a turtle pet named Terry.
Terry https://t.co/iCym4twzwO pic.twitter.com/FELiBrVCj4
– Dawand Jones (@ dawandj79) October 15, 2020
I’m really disappointed that we don’t see Dawand and Terry together for size comparison, but I’ll take what I get.
SONG OF THE DAY. “Hot Rod” by Dayglow.
DO NOT STOP SPORTS. Inside the Scarecrow Village of Japan where giant dolls replaced human residents … A man fires a gun at a Memphis KFC because his order was wrong … A ‘dead’ man placed in a freezer of his family woke up 20 hours later … The richest king in the world, his mysterious fate and the protesters who wanted the answers … A filthy filter banned the word “bone” in a paleontology conference … The chinchillas and the gold mine …