Exactly. A college kid, who is of age, got drunk and stupid. Suspend him for the opener and move on.
Except he wasn't charged with that. Charged with resisting arrest, which is a much lesser crime.
My favorite shot was from my buddy Tim. There was 3 of us playing. Myself and my buddy Bryan played the hole in regulation. Tim hacked it all over the place. We were already on the green while he took a drop from the left trees. I can't even remember what stroke he was playing. He knocked it out of the trees at the green, but had no line of sight to see where it went. Bryan and I watched the ball go in the hole. When Tim made it up to us, he had no idea where the ball was, just that it went towards the green. We let him walk all the way around the green twice before we suggested that he check in the hole. We had to tell him multiple times to check the hole before he finally looked in and found his ball. We had a good laugh at his expense as he walked away with the most disappointing hole out in his life.
I don't have a problem with his social media. Maybe he takes it too far at times. I don't think it affects his preparation or anything. He typically does more work than they recommend. Probably more than they'd like. Starting pitchers have a lot of free time on their off days. He's probably safer on social media than he is working on his drones. Which I'm also fine with, mostly.
I think this is the year Trevor Bauer puts it all together. Pitching in the World Series under his circumstances taught him to make it work. He's always tried too hard. I'm hoping he can go out with confidence and just let the game come. And live with the off nights.
I'm trying to mentally prepare myself for the inevitable bad start. They can't seem to get going in cold weather. I almost think they should do a portion of spring camp in Cleveland to prepare.
100% correct. That's been around so long that you'd never be able to reverse it. Players have the routine of warmups between innings now. There's no going back.
Exactly. Batters shouldn't be able to leave the box as frequently. Pitchers should have a clock. Problem solved. But I'll watch regardless.
I also dislike. My feelings on this are the same as making an extra point free in football. I don't have a problem with game length most of the time. The real delays are in pitcher/batter situations. That's where changes should be made.
We would actually have to win two games to lose to a 1 seed. We'd play in for the 8/9 seed.
Nothing to add other than I'm jealous.
ESPN determines their rankings somewhat like this. They don't simply use recruiting points. They also consider positions of need. One of the few things they get right in recruiting.
Cam would've been an historically great punter had he played for a team that was constantly punting from deep in their own territory. His best strength at Ohio State was always his punts killed inside the 10 or 20. He rarely got the opportunity to let one loose, which is why his average wasn't tops in the country.
I came here hoping for a LaQuinton Ross update.
That's why I haven't bought those. I would feel like everyone is looking at my douchey shoes. I've switched to all Adidas the last few years as Nike has been slowly moving away from cleated shoes. I golf a lot, so I really need to be able to replace my traction.
I research everything beyond what's even considered normal. I spent over an hour last night buying a pair of golf shoes. The same thing last week for a car seat.
I have a solid hatred for the golf course Forrest Creason as our high school golf teams choked 3 times there in districts. Otherwise, no problems.
Except he'd likely be your shooter off the bench. So you wouldn't have to put him in situations to guard those guys. He'd be guarding all the other role players.
I'm surprised he hasn't got a look as a specialist in the league. His D can't be that bad.
That rumor has been flying around. And this should only add fuel to the fire. Although he may have got a better price before signing himself. There's probably no truth to it anyway.
Probably. The golf equipment division was never profitable. Even with Tiger's monster brand power, the clubs were viewed as inferior. In my opinion, they were inferior until the last 2-3 years. Maybe better timing would have helped, but golf popularity had a big boom when Tiger burst onto the scene, but has declined ever since. Nike didn't devote the resources in the early years when golf was booming.
I guess I just use the small arrow, although it's in the lower left corner.
If you double press the home button on an iPhone you can toggle between apps. They all stay running in the background. If you've never done this, you likely have every app on your phone running in the background.
Or the dreaded violation of team rules. Which I don't think we've had, but it's also a possibility.