It was so bad that I would actually get angry every time I heard it
well that answers that. good thing he has no chance to match archie
no, not the guy on the right in the pic, the guy on Urban's right. The dude with the turtle glasses
The guy on Urban's right freaks me out every time I see this pic
lol where is jameis
1. This is a confirmed no
no, Beckner is not a safe bet
As far as under armour apparel goes, they aren't horrible.
Dwc, seriously chill out man
I've never been scared of a neck to be honest.
You haven't adjusted for the number of players who are 3 star vs 4 star vs 5 star. There are SIGNIFICANTLY fewer 5 star players than 3 star; so just by numbers alone you should expect that even if 5 star players end up better than 3 star players on average that you would see more 3 stars in the NFL. This is neither surprising nor interesting. Next.
That's why I said it's not an obvious succes; you really have to dig into the context to understand what his strengths may or may not be
Doesn't sound like an obvious success at Nebraska, but Urban knows what he's doing
You sound like a real joy
no, not really
Higher point total because we have 4 commits and the others all have way less (hint: the point total is mostly driven by numbers this early on)
hard to say
eh, 5? don't do this though for real
Read the quote:
"It's been well [documented] there were some kids I couldn't get in school," the Badgers' former coach said. "That was highly frustrating to me. I lost some guys, and I told them I wasn't going to lose them.
"I think they did what they were supposed to do [academically] and they still couldn't get in. That was really hard to deal with."
This is clearly an admissions problem
Russel, the English patient
I'll never understand why he was trying to force zone d to work
No, that's the requirement once they're enrolled. This is also unrelated to admissions requirements