Perfect. The perfect response to this article. Clearly this is a draft meant to be posted Tuesday morning and someone made a simple error by publishing it today.
That gif just keeps going. Amazeballs.
It's called capitalism. They're in it for the money you see.
Agreed. Totally brilliant. But is it possible to get it in something other than white?
Perhaps a nice Buckeye grey?
Buy overpriced and underpowered electronics because 'Murica? No thanks.
Love the rest of the list though. That Sherman tshirt is amazing. Wish we could get it in something other than white.
You have no idea...
God yes. Brilliant move by the young man.
Barrett can see problems from afar and snipe them before they get too close. .50 cal don't mess around.
(Yes, I've posted that twice and am officially pushing for .50 cal as his nickname)
The longer I think about it, the less pessimistic I am about .50 Cal (Get it? Barret? .50 Cal? Eh?) at the helm. But then again, I'm horribly biased and what choice have I?
Someone else posted this here but I think it's also true for me: It's a tad refreshing that I will now watch games and be pleased if/when we win, and not constantly terrified of losing. But saying that makes me sound like the extremely spoiled fan that I am.
Recognizing that I feel (and sound) that way in turn makes me more thankful for the success this program is constantly able to churn out. This is how I've managed to achieve calm acceptance of this situation.
What's all this then?
Listen to this person.
Well, one of us is playing for roses. The other, for crystal.
I voted for Lydell Ross because I was on campus when he was the RB. There used to be a Blockbuster Video on the corner of 12th and High. For a few years, I was the assistant manager.
Lydell came in frequently to rent stuff and he was a great guy. He was always very nice and was willing to chat football and indulge me with some stories and details. I personally committed several NCAA violations by giving him free rentals.
In short, I like Lydell Ross.
Yeah, this is a good post. I think they're legit too, and I'm enjoying pulling for them to keep climbing in the rankings.
We'll face a top-15 team with a great defense in our title game and if we can beat them, it'll be a great way to end the season and justify a title game appearance.
So what do folks think is the likelihood that he stays after this year? He's been fantastic, but it'd obviously be hard to begrudge him taking a head job someplace.
If I were looking for a HC, he'd be on my list.
It isn't political to encourage people to vote, it's supporting the republic. Especially without an endorsement of any kind. Calm down.
That's an interesting interpretation, but the code doesn't say that at all. Your assertion that it only means the literal cutting and sewing of a flag onto a uniform needs some citing, as it even goes so far as to say that flag patches are only acceptable on certain uniforms.
That strongly suggests that even flag patches would not be acceptable on an athletic uniform.
The flag foundation's website didn't have anything specific about this issue after a quick check. I may have missed it.
The uniforms are directly and specifically prohibited by the US Flag Code. That's really all that needs to be said.
Also they're hideously ugly.
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In case anyone wants to read the full Rolling Stone piece on Aaron Hernandez, it's here:
Nothing substantive in there about Urban or his alleged "cover-ups".
I dunno about that legislation. I do like the guaranteed scholarships in case of injury stuff, but we all realize that the "giving due process to teams with pending NCAA violations" is a response to the Penn State situation yes?
The NCAA doesn't owe anyone due anything. It's voluntary to be a part of it, so while I expect processes from the NCAA to adhere to their bylaws, due process is not owed.
Maybe it's a good idea to demand due process standards, but at this point I'm automatically disgusted by even tangential suggestions that PSU got a raw deal.
A few things:
1. I'm glad we're holding our players to a high standard. I think Meyer really needs to do that if he's ever going to overcome the "I recruit bad guys and let them get into trouble" meme.
2. If Braxton is the most humble bigtime athlete Meyer's been around, does that officially make Tebow a diva?
3. August! Woo!
Easy to make it look generous when you mention none of the negatives:
- Little to no free time, ever.
- Grueling physical demands.
- Potentially life-altering/permanent damage done to your person.
- Extremely high behavioral standards relative to your peers.
- Vanishingly small odds of a professional career for your trouble.
- Should you beat those odds, a sub 4-year (on average) career awaits.
Perhaps instead of quoting scripture on twitter he should have read it more closely beforehand and turned the other cheek.
"They have a degree that is worth around $100,000 over a five year period. Probably more in a lot of cases. I think that is fair."
I don't think that's fair at all. How do you view "fair" compensation in the marketplace? You weigh your contributions to the overall profit margins and expect to receive an amount that reflects your contribution to that margin.
These players (basketball and football) drive all that profit. All of it. 20k a year or so (per your example) is a pittance when compared against the millions upon millions their performances make the University and the NCAA.
It's completely disproportionate.
Surely the NFL, that paragon of consistency and virtue, will implement similar post-college penalties on Chip Kelly as it did on Tress and Pryor.