I think [Campbell] has better hands [than Corey Smith]
*thinks back to Virginia Tech*...*sigh*
*thinks about who he's being compared to*...Yup, agreed.
When J.C. Tretter, Green Bay's veteran center, suffered an injury, Linsley took over as a starter.
I believe Tretter was only a second-year guy when he got injured and Linsley took over as a rookie. Hardly a veteran, but this is a minor detail anyways. I was bummed to learn that Linsley's injury is costing him this much. Aaron Rodgers was quoted saying that Linsley is a Pro Bowl center after his rookie debut. That's high praise.
Are Carpenter & Rothman getting the boot? Don't see them here:
Insert Barf gif here featuring "Dodged a Bullet" theme including Harbaugh, Meyer, and of course Mitchell, the bullet.
Not a chance. Looking forward to my first road game and a hella fun weekend.
Let's just hope a loss doesn't occur at Penn State. Night game, whiteout, and I will be in attendance. The last two games I attended? MSU 2015, VA Tech 2014 :-(
It wasn't Urban's decision to get Weber over Harris, he wanted Harris. Same can probably be said for Williams over Walker.
Geez. Time to get the soon-to-be 2 year old working on his calculus.
not like Harris and Green went to schools who can't help a RB at least become a starter
True, but I wouldn't compare these two. Urban definitely went after and got Zeke without caring much about Green. Urban also went after Harris really hard and missed. By all accounts that I've read, Green was not a hard worker, and that wasn't the case with Harris. Urbs wanted him bad.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe Harris was Urban's #1 target for RB that year. Weber didn't become a true focus until Harris was out of the picture.
I think what we're seeing with the success of the kids Urban gets is better development rather than better recruiting (although the recruiting is usually superior as well).
Are you related to Weezy?
I love how the doomsdayers always make these topics and run without engaging in the discussion. Must be no WiFi signal in their bunkers.
[C#] can be less intimidating
Less intimidating, for sure. But, I feel like I'm a more knowledgeable programmer because of my C++ experience. C# anyone can do without actually learning too much.
I'd add JQuery to that list as well.
If there is one thing we know about Urban and Co., it's that they will not be left out in the cold without a great player at a position of need.
Unless it's a 2014 QB/DT/TE. Or a 2015 DT/TE. You're right, though, I think they've learned their lesson.
Hahaha If big news, then fantastic Barf gif
See no evil. Works every time.
Some black electric tape should do the trick.
You can turn most of the data tracking stuff off. As for the updates, I don't notice those at all to be honest. Maybe it's because I waited until the last second to convert to Windows 10? Or because I have a more Windows 10-ready PC? Who knows. Windows was meant for wives, unfortunately. Actually, since I converted from 7 to 10, my PC has been moving much quicker. I did make it a point to turn all tracking off during conversion, though. My wife is much happier with Windows 10 compared to Windows 8 (on her laptop), so there's always that I guess.
My wife recently starting buying the organic blue corn chips. No, thanks. Just don't pair nearly as well with salsa as a good white corn chip.
Barkley is the real deal. Dude is fun to watch.
If we're being completely honest, Ohio State is a better team on the road, anyways.
If anyone forks over $700 for this, let me know. I've got lots of things for sale, including some pocket lint fresh out the dryer.