What is the circle in the turf on the 10 yard lines? I noticed it during the ND broadcast and I see it again on the first photo in the Defense UFR.
Crop circle? Runes? Blast zone from an errant Gardner pass?
Goal area I believe
Yes, it is a lacrosse goal crease
Ah, that makes sense.
A lacroppe circle?
What lines? If a joke, I missed it. Doh!
He was referring to Lacrosse aka Lax*
don't do it.
I'm just here to point out yet another instance of this douchebag wrongly "correcting" someone.
the sneaky cityfolk who want to scare us villagers, buy our land cheap. Paranoia and superstition are destroying our people.
Tried finding lacrosse picks at the Big House, this was the best I could find via Google:
it was not noted as "Meta".
Nuclear missile silo beneath the field. At the turn of two keys in sequence, there are two, 75 foot ballistic missiles that take off. It's bad ass.
TURN YOUR KEY SIR
Is one aimed at Columbus and the other South Bend?
The latter being known as a "regional" missile.
That's what the football team is for.
Air Force has 17 ballistic missiles in service for emergencies. Much more bad ass.
*Jelly donut to the first responder who knows where I get that number from.
We canned 17 nuke missile officers not too long ago!
Landing zone for sky divers and jet pack dudes
A Zero. It's the second digit in "10"
a covert trip by Les Miles in August. He tried eating the turf, but didn't like it. Took him about 36 mouthfuls to make up his mind, though.
When the lacrosse team is not playing, it is where the Probate Judge in a game of 43-Man Squamish will stand when he flips the coin (usually a Spanish paseta, but lately a Euro) to begin play. During this flip, he will shout the customary saying, "Mi tio es enfermo, pero la carretera es verde!"
it was alien crop circles, but on the turf. Turf circles.
Because Space, bitches.
*rushes in out of breath*
HAS ANYONE SAID ITS CROP CIRCLES YET