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Comment 31 Aug 2014
Wow. Badger fans need an explanation about how what worked 100% in the first half was abandoned. Unaceptable coaching.
Comment 28 Aug 2014

I've read nothing about Boise all off-season. Found this article. Top 100 recruit flips from TAM to Boise.

Dylan Sumner-Gardner, a safety out of West Mesquite (Texas) High, has changed his verbal commitment from Texas A&M to Boise State, he said on his Twitter account.

Marcel Yates, Boise State’s new defensive coordinator, was Texas A&M’s co-defensive coordinator the last two seasons. Sumner-Gardner is expected to enroll at Boise State in time for the spring semester.

Sumner-Gardner (6-2, 200) is ranked as’s No. 8 safety and’s No. 10 safety. He is a four-star recruit, according to all major recruiting sites. He also is considered one of the top 100 recruits nationally — he is ranked No. 83 by, No. 86 by Rivals, No. 93 by and No. 95 by Scout.

Sumner-Gardner had offers from Auburn, Baylor, LSU and Texas, among others. He also had been committed to Clemson before changing to Texas A&M last year.

The commitment not only seemed to energize the fanbase, but Sumner-Gardner’s future teammates, too. Running back Jay Ajayi tweeted about it Saturday night.

Comment 28 Aug 2014

^^Excellent point at the end of the NY Times article about 2001: A space Odyssey. I truly felt that when I read the VOX article that Chase wasn't been quoted correctly. Thank you for posting. I wrote the following yesterday morning when I read the VOX article.

The Sopranos ended when it ended. It's mysterious and left to your imagination. Literally, Tony is not dead because the story ends before anything happens to him. Indeed, Tony is alive at the end of the Sopranos. Chase left open to your interpretation whether you think he died AFTER. It was all set up by the clues previously given by Chase. Truly, Kubrick-esque. He didn't spell it out for you. No easy road. The "third layer" of storyline, the hidden, the "open to interpretation", which makes the Soparanos a true work of art. I don't care whether Tony's dead or not as much as others do. I will say that Chase had a lot of balls for finishing the Sopranos the way he did. In retrospect, just fantastic. Do I think Tony died after the screen went blank? Absolutely. But that is just my interpretation.