if CB (the army all-america who played with great athletes at glenville) could not believe how talented these kids were, I'm guessing they are pretty good
doing grad school at kent--they require a combined analysis exam and algebra (group, ring, fields, linear) in August. I took a teaching job starting in August, so I'm trying to finish over summers if I do well enough on the exams. I am also much better in algebra-- cannot stand real analysis and measure theory.
Good luck on yours--good to know I'm not the only one having the best summer of my life.
love complex analysis, have been studying for pure math QE all summer. I didn't read this article I just came from an integration theory session and liked the picture
I coached these kids when they came to the St. Eds camp as 5th graders. We would play a game called "razzle dazzle" (basically ultimate frisbee with a football) and it always came down to David and Andrew throwing across the field to each other. Everyone knew they were great athletes, it's just good to see them continue to work and get recognized.
as long as he is healthy enough to get 18+ carries a game I would say 100% confident
he was on the list
Ray Williams from benedictine. Guy was unbelievable, but if you recall there was some issue with the law that derailed his career before it got started.
In terms of numbers it is hard to go against Sutton from Hoban.
thought I would have to defend voting for Warriner, but turns out that is the majority. I would be surprised if he didn't have some nice head coaching offers looming in the future.
It's defensive because Howard mailed it in all year regardless of injury, and displayed awful attitude and professionalism. For some reason (assuming your from LA, because being a fan of them otherwise doesn't make sense) you are a Laker's apologist. And it is simply not the truth (as you claim) because stating "best big man in basketball" is completely subjective and not able to be proven. You give off an arrogant vibe in nearly all of your posts, and this all stemmed from me commenting on Marc Gasol's high level of play. You clearly had to take exception to that, for one reason or another. Have a great day--I'm sure you now have a plethora of opinions since you are no longer wasting time watching your favorite team in the playoffs.
all right man get defensive. you're clearly the be all end all of anything basketball related and anyone else's opinion is null and void.
That makes Lopez a guy that plays hard, doesn't make himself a spectacle, and shows sportsmanship and respect to the rest of the league.
I guess I should have said superstar when compared to just about anyone else in the league playing his position. With D12 playing soft the entire season, I would say Gasol and Lopez have legit cases at being the best big men in the game (with respect to Tim Duncan who can probably play til hes in his 60s)
conley is very good. bad thing is that he is playing in an era with a bunch of great point guards, so it seems that a lot of people will overlook his career (playing in a market like memphis doesn't help either). Marc Gasol has become a superstar this past year, so I wouldn't be that surprised to see Memphis in the western finals.
kegs and eggs leading into the game has become a tradition, so my logic for voting noon is that I want to remember actually seeing the game.
yikes we are really hurting for material on 11w when we are ranking state birds, hurry up football season!
but but but but but....craft's foot was OVER the line :(
it is really making me think. I know charles had Iowa state in his bracket--they showed it online. But why is one block/charge call getting so much media coverage?
you will get no sympathy from me, canes.
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yep, I believe separation of sports and state should be in the bill of rights also.
As a voice of reason, what did you expect in posting something like this? Has the name "Obama" ever been spoken without a heated exchange of words following? I'm not justifying anyone's reactions or stating my beliefs, but it may be incumbent on the site to have a little foresight--possibly disabling comments on an article such as that could be a good idea if you are going to be overly-sensitive to what readers say.
Be smart about stuff.
Let the downvotes ensue.
seems like a pretty accurate account of the college football elite. I am hoping urban can change that sentiment in the next few years, but any objective college football fan has to say Alabama is on top until someone (osu hopefully) proves otherwise.
Interesting that he thinks Bosa can make an impact. I am hoping Spence and Washington anchor that line and we can throw guys like Bennet, Schutt, Pittman, Bosa, other freshman DL, around them. I also wonder if Jalin Marshall is the favorite among all of our freshman offensive skill positions to make an impact on the team. Guys like Wilson, Corey, Baugh also seem to have a legit shot at finding their way into the game plan.
we are gonna be out of schollys by midnight
thank you buckeye fans for reacting with class to this. I think this young man did a very admirable thing considering his circumstances at home.