Will Allen's perhaps best remembered by OSU football fans for intercepting Michigan quarterback John Navarre in 2002 to seal a 14-9 win. That victory pushed the Buckeyes into the national championship game, which, you know, they won. Allen's now back with the Pittsburgh Steelers after being cut earlier this year from the Dallas Cowboys.
Will Allenís perhaps best remembered by OSU football fans for intercepting Michigan quarterback John Navarre in 2002 to seal a 14-9 win. That victory pushed the Buckeyes into the national championship game, which, you know, they won. Allenís now back with the Pittsburgh Steelers after being cut earlier this year from the Dallas Cowboys.
I love the fall and the leaves changing. Being back in the Midwest you get that nostalgic feeling of playing backyard football, those Friday night [high school football] games. I didnít get that in Texas [when I played for the Dallas Cowboys]. It was hot all the time.
The Industrial Revolution
I love all types of history ó how things were made, how civilizations began, how different leaders and inventors were catalysts of their time. It really intrigues me and triggers something in me. But I really enjoy learning about the Industrial Revolution because I think it changed the world ó not only America but the world ó and how we look at big business and entrepreneurship. During that time ó the late 1800s ó there was great immigration, people coming to America. The West wasnít really expanded yet and people were coming from nothing and creating the American dream. That energized the world, and itís amazing to see.
My close friends and family
I love being around them. I havenít had a lot of time to spend with them because of football, so having those experiences, building those memories [is] very precious to me. Itís something you canít replace.
I love Jesus. I love the relationship, reading about the Lord, getting a better understanding of who I am and how my relationship with him allows me to impact other people through the sport of football and other life experiences I may have. Itís been a journey, a good faith walk and itís still going. What I learned is football isnít everything. Itís what I do; itís not who I am.
Oral-B Triumph electric toothbrush
I love technology. I love Apple products and Beats by Dre products. [But] my favorite piece of technology, Iíd have to say, is an electric toothbrush. You donít have to use much arm work; your wrist doesnít get tired. Itís perfect. It cleans your teeth better than a regular tooth brush. Itís very efficient and gets the job done. It better; itís like a $200 freakiní toothbrush.