That is so damn majestic. I may have watched this on loop for about 3 minutes.
Much higher than #17. We won't be #1 though; our schedule prior to this game wasn't the hardest.
I graduated from high school in Northern Virginia back in 2008. Lacrosse was huge already around here but my team was HORRIBLE. Like the win one or two games a year type of horrible. For that reason, I decided not to play. Would had been the perfect spring counterpart for my playing football in the fall.
If you have not had the pleasure of checking out Ohio State or B1G lacrosse, head on out for a game! The Bucks are a part of the best conference in college lax and every game is a must-watch.
Lax is a sport that should entertain the football fan going through spring pains: Contact, fast pace, and easy to figure out.
Sucks that the lax Bucks are not coming to either Hopkins or Maryland this year. I always make the drive into Maryland to see OSU at one of the two schools.
I don't think we're cannibalizing the 11W base. There's plenty of love (and downtime at work) to go around!
You can find me over at 1OB under my new and creative alias... 703Buckeye
Probably Harbaugh. He's crazy enough to negative recruit a basketball coach.
I think you should see a doctor about that.
That was the exact case with my mom. She had spinal fusion performed on 3-4 vertebrae and could not drive for over a month post-op. By the time she was allowed to drive, she had to have a temporary handicap tag in order to reduce her walk time. To the naked eye, it looked like she could walk just fine but if she walked more than 100 feet, she would struggle.
while achieving that in the toughest division in college football.
Since when does Miss St. play in the B1G East?
Seriously though, smart move by Miss St. Mullen has done great work with that program.
If it's like where I went to school; the half semester classes are double the class time. So, they're essentially the same workload as the full semester classes.
As a JUCO transfer and a former Bama student athlete; I don't think Kendall will have much catching up to do.
Prayers for Nick, his family, and his friends. RIP, friend.
Where is he trolling? As you can see above, CalgaryBuck and I disagreed over where the Jays will place in the AL East but it was a totally civil discussion. We just have a difference of opinion.
YSUBuck18, CalgaryBuck is an intelligent poster. Just because you disagree with him, doesn't mean he's uneducated. Take a chill pill.
Side note: Canada is pretty f*cking awesome.
Good luck to Sully in Phoenix. Rough to go from a team like the Raptors to a team like the Suns.
The second half Yankees of 2016 were considerably better than the first half rendition. I strongly expect them to continue that momentum into 2017. They were only 5 games behind the Jays by the end of the season. As for the Red Sox, they won 93 last year; I believe 100 wins is attainable through the addition of Sale.
Nothing against the Blue Jays, I just happen to think the Red Sox and Yankees are better.
I place the Red Sox (by a lot) and the Yankees (by a decent margin) as better teams than the Jays. Those two teams should win more often than they lose to Toronto, making it very hard for them to get that Wild Card spot. If the Jays were in the Central or West, I'd give them a better shot at making the playoffs.
Or just stay alive through early November. The Indians certainly have a great shot this year.
It's not Miller and Kluber's fault they were heavily used throughout the playoffs. I can't fault them for being exhausted by game 7,
My season predictions:
AL East: Bo Sox (1)
AL Central: Indians (2)
AL West: Astros (3)
WC 1: Tigers
WC 2: Mariners
Tigers over Mariners in WC game
Indians over Astros in ALDS
Bo Sox over Tigers in ALDS
Indians over Bo Sox in ALCS
NL East: Nats (2)
NL Central: Cubs (1)
NL West: Dodgers (3)
WC 1: Cards
WC 2: Giants
Cards over Giants in WC game
Nats over Dodgers in NLDS
Cubs over Cards in NLDS
Nats over Cubs in NLCS
Indians over Nats in WS