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I've never seen him with hair on his head, but I swear I've seen photos of him with eyebrows. Not sure if he does it on purpose for some aerodynamic advantage or it looks cool.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by bfbuckeye 18 months ago
White folks get it too.
but you picked the brother
Just to be equal opportunity how bout I ask if Jack Mewhort is Albino?
How bout if I ask about the weird furry animal nesting on UFM's upper lip?
But seriously, sometimes he has eyebrows. Inquiring minds want to know. Whats up with the facial hair Ryan?
Haha!!!! Excellent response. Have no idea regarding Ryan
This post was edited by SonnyD 18 months ago
The Pistons' Charlie Villanueva has alopecia. It's not life threatening and it's only symptom is hair loss.
This post was edited by iowabuckeyes 18 months ago
NO he is an Alien!
He's your Brother?
why is it capitalled
Gees get over it already!
The dude is just so scary, he frightened off all his damn hair!!!
How bout I ask why Urban has a giant zit on his forehead? Serious here.
Every time I watch Game Time, he has a giant zit on his forehead AND a giant zit on the left side of his nose.
Both begging to be popped! I find myself staring at his zits during his interviews. ( at least they look like zits. They're white.)
hi viv .. great job .. hope to get more insight from you (h)
I think Shazier just shaves his head, and Urban Meyer has two wart-like things on his face not zits. Zits don't last for years! Geez--can't believe I even responded to this thread. That's how bored I am, I guess!
Do you ever contribute anything? I have yet to see it.
no ... i am sorry (h)
I think the only real solution, bf, is to get up real, real, close to Ryan to inspect his face and head in detail. Then in your sweetest high-pitched voice ask, "What's up with your head and facial hair, bro?"
or I could try to do it the easy way
As I said, I'm just curious as I have a buddy from HS with the same condition.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by bfbuckeye 18 months ago
yes he does, link.. its like TMZ on Bucknuts
The first time Ryan Shazier stepped on a scale at Ohio State, he weighed 198 pounds. The coaches were aghast. Ohio State linebackers don’t weigh 198 pounds.
Too logical, too obvious, too simple, therefore unacceptable to this board...
Ryan had a more-stable home life than some of his friends, but he still had adversity. When he was 5, his mom noticed that his hair was thinning and then falling out in patches. Doctors diagnosed him with alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease of the skin that causes hair loss on the scalp and body.
“A lot of people think I’m just bald,” Shazier said. “It probably bothered me when I was younger. I was only 5 years old, the only bald kid in kindergarten.”
Kids being kids, Shazier faced some teasing, but he generally took it in stride.
As he got older, though, the self-consciousness faded.
“I love being bald,” he said. “It saves me on haircuts and everything. It seems like people love it.”
Shazier probably faced less teasing than a typical kid with alopecia because of his excellence in football. Even though he struggled to add weight, Shazier clearly was a gifted athlete with a knack for making big hits.
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