No one watches that shit anyway.
Holy shit, did not even realize. Wow.
Honestly, I don't even see what there is to discuss. Person does horrible thing, set up the court date, move on. I don't see much value in the relationship here, personally anyway.
I mean yeah, if he gets picked there, I'd hope he'd get the deal done and play. But what is wrong with someone lobbying for a better destination? I don't hate on him for it and I can't say I wouldn't lobby for Cowboys over Browns if it were me as well...
Dude made child friendly organization a shit ton of money with that "crap fest" and came back and all the haters jockeyed on that dick as if he never left. That's handling your business.
I recall reading somewhere that Florida football still wanted him, it was the administration that pulled it...
Assigning it to a generational thing is unbelievably ignorant.
Okay, so since Lindsey(sp?) decommited, we have hammered down two tall WRs... And IIRC he was shorter? Change in plans/direction here?
Googled: columbus dispartch John Tortorella
Got this: http://www.dispatch.com/sports/20170127/blue-jackets-sick-dog-prompts-tortorellas-absence
Snippet of importance I think he's referring to:
"I appreciate so much the number of messages I have received since the announcement," Tortorella said. "But this absolutely is not an emergency. I want to clear that up.
"I needed a few days during the All-Star break - not having to go to the All-Star Game - to take care of something very important to my family and my son."
TBH sounds a lot less like "dog issues" and more like calculated media work. Miss all star, you have to miss a game to avoid a 1 game suspension. So he took the game before the break off and then skipped the all star event, washing hands and getting a 4 day weekend essentially. Which is fine, if its an emergency, but he says its not, so... Yeah.
That is hockey approved self officiating. Grabs lower half to give a wedgie, rip your head.
I mean at least there is a REASONABLE action here... And only like 1 committed hard flop. The other the dude just stops and the flopper explodes twice across like 50% of the floor, and there is no reasonable action to even remotely think that makes sense. That is crazy. I can understand flopping, but then there is this stuff and it is just mind blowing.
Step back from that ledge my friend
Playing shooters games can have some values, but not so much in the whole making you a better shooter thing. Also, never thought I'd see Polygon cited here.
Okay, I'm down for College eSports... But until they get Rocket League, the hell with it. (Seriously, if you game and haven't played, spend the money and thank me later. It is hands down the most enjoyable game I have played in 10-15 years.)
Is it possible that Schiano's system also put Hooker into the advantageous position he was in? I recall reading he ran aggressive defensive units and wasn't this the first year of that?
I'll trust tOSU coaching staff evaluations of in/out over where recruiting sites put people all day.
I concur. Cabin was a HUGE win for my trip. I used Jackson Mountain Homes and was really happy with them. I took my time and did a lot of researching before deciding. Worked out and was super happy.
Pigeon Forge: Sucked. I have no clue how anyone enjoys that spectacle personally. Also I have no idea how people enjoy the mountain coaster thing, but it has amazingly high ratings. Not sure if it would be operating that time of year, and I wouldn't even suggest it personally.
Gatlinburg: The biggest highlight for us was going to I believe King's Dome or something like that, the drive is interesting, but the view up there was truly amazing and absolutely worth the drive. My father said I should have finished that by heading to NC area there as that has some cool wildlife. We did go to an area that is known for wildlife(Cade's Cove), and while we saw a bear(my mother hasn't to this day and they've went a few times) we saw 0 other wildlife in this massive place, was a huge let down. We enjoyed the cabin out in the woods, the trip to Dome, and it was a nice little walk through Gatlinburg one time.
Nebraska isn't even in the same recruiting league as us right now. We have far bigger programs to recruit against right now.
If my employee isn't driving on the job, I don't give a shit how many DUIs he has? That being said, a typical employee isn't mentoring young men, so there is a serious difference in this and a regular job.
Given this hot take, I assume you were happy to see Torrance go then?
Because I really enjoy when my boss just takes over my job and does it for me. /s
1: If this is a thing that happens and happens repeatedly, it just simply won't ever change. Doing something for someone vs teaching them how to do their job better, massively different out comes.
2: If the boss is truly a good boss he wouldn't do this, but if he did, he'd also be replacing this person very quickly. Sometimes that's not a good thing, sometimes it takes a bit to learn something.
Meyer probably did the best he could to grow these guys and gave them their 2 year window for their job. When the results weren't there, he went with them moving on. Just taking over their job may result in a win or a less embarrassing loss, but sometimes you just need to get your ass kicked to improve. Sheltering is not a good teaching technique, at all.
Well considering the guy who posted the image has a twitter banner where "Texas Football" is being presented as "cut out" type effect(negative interior lighting as if the spacing was cut out, I'm bad at explaining this) and then has a drop shadow as if it is floating... Yeah that dude has the artistic taste of a 2 year old. So no surprise.
Just pray there is never a day where somehow they end up at tOSU. As that list of names will grow each year I am sure, someday its gonna happen.