Can't they call it "Player of the Pre-season?" ("POP")
Un-famous people make a mess of things on Twitter too, just with a smaller audience. And pre-social media, people made a mess of things, with a MUCH smaller audience.
I like how we've mapped out the careers of players who haven't yet participated in their first practice.
And then there all the gray cases - where something really did or did not happen, but it'll never be know for sure. There may not be enough evidence to prosecute, but that doesn't necessarily mean the alleged act didn't happen. This case is likely to fall within that gray area, so we probably never will know for sure.
Would that be Betty White? She's pretty cool. I think the rest of the cast may have died.
At Purdue, they DO get to see the big drum the band uses. There is that.
The original quote "I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me than a full frontal lobotomy" is attributed to W.C Fields or Red Skelton, among others.
Is it September 3rd yet?
Maybe the gazelle just has to outrun another gazelle (but it's best not to take chances)
Except that I think it originally meant navigating without the aid of instruments, not without being seat-belted in.
Kids being kids.
Settle it on the field.
Unless you were living on a boat.
Yep. Me too. But really, it wasn't THAT long ago.
Klein DID do something, but it was more like picking the woman up and depositing her outside his own apartment, maybe a little roughly. He still missed a couple games after missing all/most of fall camp.
You can say that again!
True. And the particulars may be different to warrant a different statement, or perhaps no one one checked how the statement was worded 4 years ago. Dunn, of course, has had a history of problems (even if none recently), whereas I believe Klein did not, and that could be a major factor. The end result is we don't know what we don't know, and one of those things is whether there is a path back for Dunn, however unlikely or difficult that path might be. I jsut hope the yojng man gets i together for his life.
I'm guessing Meyer knows more than has been reported. And, as I said in my earlier post, he'll be willing to alter his decision,depending on how things develop from here. He's sent a message, but hasn't boxed himself in.
Dismissed is not necessarily dismissed for good. Recall Storm Klein back in 2012? Wasn't he dismissed for a DV incident, but then once the facts came forth and the legalities were resolved, he was allowed to earn his way back onto the field in light of what was revealed to be a somewhat lesser transgression. Obviously any possible reinstatement is merely speculation at this point, and dependent on as yet unknown facts. I'm just saying it's a possibility. I trust Meyer to do the RIGHT thing, though, not the expedient thing, whatever it proves to be.
Whatever happens with football, I hope the young man gets his life squared a way and learns to make better choices.
As for football, next man up.
Purdue at least offers a decent basketball team in most years.
Build a team. Then the next quarterback will be The One.
Well, maybe not succinctly...
Yep. He limited him to that. A lesser player might have let him reach his season averages. Oh wait...
Not to mention TSUN and MSU.
I tried helping you with the spritz. Actually, my ex and I have a pretty good relationship, but I just couldn't pass up the line.
No wait, Don't sugar coat it. Tell us what you really think