This is the first game I can think of, that I'm not too terribly upset to record and watch after work.
Wilson stood out for sure. He'll be the man on the shovel pass later in the season.
No I heard every bit of it, and I've sprained my MCL and PCL at different times, granted they felt better in a few days after rest and NSAIDs, but I also continued to compete afterwards. I see the down votes, and I'm not a negative fan. I just think he could be a little tougher.
Yeah I heard that too, but the footage from the sideline just irked me a bit. Trust me, no one wants Brax to be a beast more than me, but I want him to also man up when the situation calls for it.
Glad Kenny G could manage, but he has obvious flaws with intermediate to deep throws. Braxton needs to man up! He has the pain tolerance of an elementary school kid. The knee has four major ligaments. The ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL. Pryor tore his PCL and still played like a boss. Braxton sprained his MCL and looked like he was about to die on the sideline. I love the kid, but I question his toughness in the moments that will count. Say we play "x" SEC team and a linebacker creams him, is he going to bounce up like nothing happened, or lay there and whine? I hope nothing but the best for him, but at some point he needs to man up and say I'm out here to dominate.
NCAA 14 loves Armani Reeves. He was a beast in my season, too. You may have to reduce the time of the quarters as the numbers get embellished. There just won't be a game where 126 offensive plays are run.
Man, I was thinking the exact same person when I read through this.
My grandpa was on his death bed during this game. My entire dad's side of the family, minus my brother, was hovering around him in the hospital. We were watching the game, waiting for my brother to get there so he could say his goodbyes. He showed up and talked to my grandpa, and he literally passed away a minute later. He was one of the biggest, staunch, and stubborn Buckeye fans I've ever met and one of the reasons I am such a huge one. After he passed the Oden foul occurred. We were all completely dejected. Then Lewis hit the shot and and we all screamed, my grandma was sobbing by the bed, and she yelled out, "What!? What the hell?" One of the most amazing/awkward moments. I give that shot to my grandpa giving God a hard time about the Bucks not winning.
Wow, you always hear stories from the opposition about "douchiness" from him, but when is he going to learn to let things be.
I had Brian Williams at mine. I don't watch the news very often but he was great. He cracked scUM jokes like he had been doing it for years.
Florida State just rejoiced too. Their only shot is if UGA loses to Ga. Tech then beats Bama in the SECCG. All that is contingent on FSU beating UF. Either way I hope Ga. Tech and FSU win next week.
I noticed that too, hopefully that gets addressed in practice.
More SEC love. Two one loss teams in front of them. Georgia didn't even compete in their loss and Bama loses at home and is still sitting pretty for the national title.
After watching Jonhathan Banks getting torched by Bama all night, Roby should definitely be in the lead.
That just means they need to expand the student section. Let the "sitters" be in the club level and the let the Nut House be around the court.
Every number besides 1 is an achievable football score.
Well the fibula is a supportive bone, not much weight bearing involved with it, luckily for him.
Definitely at Sad Valley that year. I was a student and would have been there otherwise.
Can Simon line up against the replacement every play please!!!
45-26 Da Bucks
Not sure why he would say that, I hope the crowd causes time outs to be burned, false starts, and delays of game.
If this game was week 2 or 3 I think he'd be right, but Saban has had all off season to prepare for this game versus one week. I still think it will be closer than what the score shows, unfortunately both teams can't lose....