He got the job anyway. And now here he is, 25 seasons later, arguably the most influential personality in college football, preparing to take the national stage again on New Years Day in another big moment for his family.
Ohio State, where Herbstreit played quarterback, is again playing Clemson, where his twin sons are members of the team, this time in the Sugar Bowl national semifinal in New Orleans. Herbstreit, now 51, is calling the game as an analyst for ESPN but plans to do so from home in Nashville after recently testing positive for COVID-19.
Get well soon Herbie! You are one of the good ones.
They bake cookies, leave 'em on your front porch in pretty boxes, and include clever notes too.
happy new year!
Washington Post: "N.Y. prosecutor hires forensic accounting experts as Trump criminal probe escalates"
@ 4 pm I heard the news on the local Rush station....
WTVN Columbus.... and the afternoon talk dude was
criticizing Dr Fauci's comments on a mutation of the C-19 virus. WTF? Some afternoon DJ is giving his thoughts on science and what one of the best scientists in the world observations on a global pandemic means to him.
Good God in Butter people listen to that kind of shit? ⁸
And why do I think the bombing is the work of Donny's "fan club?"
40 years afterwards and it still hurts. Damn I still miss John & George
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