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Naw, there are still o-linemen to be had.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
The only thing I asked was just even one thread or post in that loooong time you have been on the webs that confirms this theory. You have not "put me in my place" even in the slightest. And my face isn't red, that would just be weird, this is the internet (hint: not serious business) and you aren't all that great of a troll brah. You can take a few lessons from NoVa.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
I would say so. Unless we have a surprise like Norfleet was last year, but you can't predict those.
I think we can all agree in our opinion on bama.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
Your face is likely always pale.
Michigan people are all pale and pasty white. It's pretty gross TBH.
I don't live in Michigan, so ok?
Y'all fail at this.
RT @jcshurburtt Derrick Green says Brady Hoke started crying when he told him he was going blue
Solid move to not live up there.
He lives in Ohio, solid move indeed.
I lived up there for a bit, wasn't all that bad to be honest.
Never really stayed in one state for to long, spent about half my life in the south and the other in the midwest. Currently live in Ohio (dumpster state), but will be going to Oklahoma in March.
But leaving here soon, so very solid move there.
We're also in Durham Smythe's top 3, and we'll have a chance if he doesn't get admitted to Stanford IMO
The South is hell. The heat is unbearable.
Ohio has too many Buckeye fans who also are Reds fans. Can't deal with that. I hate the Reds.
Oklahoma is flat and gets miserably hot in the summer without an ocean nearby.
Oklahoma!?!?! Where at in Oklahoma? How come? Tell me stories.
The numerous lakes within driving distance and the beach only being 3.5 hours away from me make it bearable.
I don't know how people from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma deal with it. Just knowing the beach is less than 4 hours away makes it bearable.
Only good part of Ohio is Sandusky, cause of Cedar Point. That's it.
First time in Oklahoma, so can't really comment on it yet.
Never more than 6 miles from a lake in Michigan. I'm not much of a beach person, I much prefer the mountains. I love living in the Mountain West.
Not sure exactly where it is, but Ft. Sill. Going to basic training there.
I used to love to go swimming in the middle of December in Florida, good times.
I'd love to live in one of the following cities out west: San Diego, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Eugene, Denver, Fort Collins
Washington is a favorite of mine obviously lol.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Fort Collins is awesome for the beer alone. CSU is an alright campus. Also have Rocky Mountain National Park right next door, and pretty good food options in the city.
Not to mention it's less than an hour from Denver.
I like big cities, but prefer to live far enough out to catch a break from the traffic.
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