Best response. No need for the logic below.
Seems your information is inaccurate as well, considering the kid resides in New Mexico, not Texas.
Love Anna Kendrick
I understand your point, however, maybe they need some education in what the word "commitment" or "commit" means.
Shady? Not really. You need to protect your own interests. If you are still looking around and aren't serious, the program needs to know so they can move on to "Plan B." It's a two way street, if "commits" are still looking around, programs should be as well.
By all accounts I have heard that they are 3 wonderful individuals. No need to throw stones. This would have been infinitely better if it involved some asshat like Jameis Winston or Johnny Manziel.
As mentioned above, the OP is incorrect in the locations for next year. Debate should be between Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl.
A little biased because I live in Dallas, so I would rather see them play here. We did kind of shit the bed the last time we played in the Orange Bowl. Don't think anything needs to be said about our performance in Dallas.
Dallas gets my vote.
If you read the article you would see that at least they open the season against West Virginia. Albeit at a neutral location....
I wasn't referring to you personally. The fanbase in general.
It's funny that they keep clamoring that they are better than Baylor. Uhhhh, Baylor won on the field in the head-to-head. So there is factual evidence that Baylor is the better team.
How do you figure TCU to be better? "Well they just look like a better team" is the only answer they can seem to come up with.
I understand what he is saying. But past body of work should not factor into who is the best person to put out there that gives us the best chance to win.
No one I have seen is discrediting any of the three in any way, shape, or form. They are, however, giving their own opinions on who they believe gives us our best chance to win football games.
Could not have said this any better.
It was 22 minutes before kickoff.
22 minutes before the kickoff. Was trying to get through the beer line as fast as possible.
Is Mia Khalifa in this class?
I just saw that myself, so sorry for the confusion. I assumed with the initial press releases, that rules were already in place to allow this to happen, but no one was willing to pony up the cash to make it happen. Universities obviously wouldn't be allowed due to it being considered an impermissible "benefit."
This isn't the NCAA. This is the College Football Playoff, which is a separate organization.
The amount of the "reinbursement" is what exactly?
Edit: here is a better one http://www.collegefootballplayoff.com/press-releases/college-football-playoff-to-provide-travel-assistance-for-student-athlete-parents-or-guardians
Welp, you beat me to it by 54 seconds.