Ahhhhh...Ohio State Academics. So important to so many great scholars...like Maurice Clarett and this guy. (h/t Awful Announcing, who got it from a guy, who got it from a guy...)
On this day, 58 years ago, the B1G and college football's only two time Heisman Trophy winner was born. Let us give our thanks for our ability to still be able to hold this over the heads of the heathens of the SEC.
[Shhhhh...I'm not here. I just couldn't hold this back.] So, it's the off season. You hope that you're school's players are spending their days improving, building camaraderie, making paper dolls...wait, what? UniWatch, a sports fashion blog, has had a recent development of do-it yourself paper football dolls (that they call "Cubees"). Several readers of the blog have sent in their team in paper form. From the section of that entry: Cubee update: Another day, another nice round of Cubees. Here’s the latest batch: • Jason Torban made himself a Randall Cunningham/Eagles Cubee. • Gary Chanko is making Cubees of 2012 Heisman Trophy candidates. His latest rendition is of Clemson QB Tajh Boyd. (If you want to make this one yourself, here’s the template.) • James Ferentz made himself a very nice Iowa Hawkeye Cubee. Did you see it? That's right, James Ferentz, the starting center of YOUR Iowa Hawkeyes is proving that his hands are tough enough to snap the ball and dainty enough to create beautiful dolls. Now, you might be worried about this being wasted time over the summer, but compared to how Iowa players spent their summer in years past, we'll take it.
Building for the B1G. Recent aerial photo of downtown Lincoln, NE. Expansion of Memorial Stadium (top), which will put capacity at just over 90,000 Construction of 16,000-seat basketball arena (bottom). Both projects to be completed by 2013.
John L. Smith is the new head coach at Arkansas. Bw Bwa BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA //grabs sides, doubles over HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Woooooo. Pig Sooie. And with that, Sparty has their revenge on the SEC for stealing Nick Saban. Discuss.