Yup, marrying a girl from Alabama, her AU allegiance aside, that look can send a chill down your spine
start keep tweeting Joey and see if he knows where Nick is going and when we should expect the news
You win, a full night in an any airport is brutal & I was real close to that same fate. I'm sure Phoenix had plenty of happy folks in burnt orange passing through all day, not so dissimilar to Clemson folks in their own orange and purple all happy and headed home for offseason with a bowl win in tow.
Working on trying to get fiancée (will be wife in Sept) to her first for PSU this year. If we book the flights I'm sure I will be asking for tailgate/pre & post game ideas. My first game was with dad for LSU in 88, most recent home game was YSU in 08' hit a few road games/bowl since but like many prefer my home sofa & grill.
A buddy got me on family/buddy pass & flew standby to orange bowl vs Clemson. The trip back started with sitting for 12 hours at Miami international before finally getting a seat, only to fly to Pensacola & drive the last couple hours, insult to injury indeed
I think the outrage is that no one knew or previously inquired about the relationship between the NFL and military or that money was being paid for the "honor." I am guilty of assuming that it was the League's way of giving back. It does beg the question, if they are willing to accept high dollars for this, what other sorts of things can one buy pregame honors for? It seems the PR department of the NFL cannot catch a break lately and has been playing from behind on a lot of stories lately.
The Superdome was on fire, the crowd noise, the band in the background and Coach's reaction. September 7 can't get here soon enough
Agree completely with you and DP. I guess the interest I have in the move is whether it becomes the SVP show as opposed to SportsCenter with more (how can there be more?) editorial comments, special interest stories and interviews as opposed to non-stop highlights. I can't think he would give up his own radio show to step back into reading 45 second highlights without having some significant input on content and production, unless he just wants his mug on tv every night.
but wait, we're talking Notre Dame, four for forty and all their holier than thou BS. Stories like this are why I loathe the hypocrisy of that outfit.
For the first time Saban undersigned something?
Plus side is if we run the table and win the B1G Championship there should be no griping by petulant Arthur or his neighboring TCU contingent.
This is even better with the outcome decided and being far more sober and far less emotional than on January 12.
Welcome aboard Drue
Baller indeed, and for today's random college factoid: Auburn was formerly known as Alabama Polytechnic University.
Best of luck to him, wish his career had worked out differently in Columbus but hoping he can take full advantage of his shot in the League.
I think I am numb to the whole thing, 30 plus years on earth, most of which are very bad Browns memories. I cheer, I celebrate the flickers of hope but the factory of sadness churns out its product & we always look forward to "next year"
I had a chance to meet him right after the Orange Bowl loss to Clemson, I had been a fan before but that brief encounter sealed it. He was a class act, took photos with a few fans, signed a few autographs and conducted himself like we hope all athletes would. Despite being a life long Browns fan I hope he has a long successful career, even if it is in Pittsburgh.
Hoping all these guys take care of business in class, with Coach Mick and have a great summer building the 2015 football family.
Katz' deli is right up there too
fry an egg or two, havarti or muenster cheese, avocado, salsa and/or hot sauce on an english muffin
Fatpants, I'm sure beer would be considered a "new" revenue stream & ticket prices will continue to trend upward. I'm old fashioned & don't need beers at the stadium to enhance my experience beyond the several pre-game, but then Im not a season ticket holder either so I will defer to those with regular expertise
People also seem to forget just how perfect the offense had to be toward the later stretch of 2013 (and most of Braxton's career) as the Defense was certainly not what it was down the stretch in 2014. The strides that group took along with the wide receiver group beyond Devin made JT & Cardale's job a little easier. I'm glad I'm not making the choice but I trust the process & the guys doing the evaluations
The reference to JT's broken ankle against, "a certain team up north, that I'm not allowed to call by name" priceless.