I wonder if I can sue my Company Commander from boot camp; he used to yell at me a lot too.
I think they like the smaller/faster LB to play Lee's walkout LB position. Chris Worley's currently backing Lee up and Jerome Baker seems to fit that mold too.
After Perry leaves next year, it will be interesting to see of Booker or Hillard starts.
If you substitute drunk for hacked, he explanation seems plausible.
I went to see which QB's bama has gotten over the last 4 years and noticed they have 21 five stars in the last 4 years. yikes...
I also heard Daredevil was great, but just found it ok. Maybe I'm just burned out on comic book movies/shows, because there are so many.
Dexter is great if you haven't seen it yet. At least the first 5 seasons, then it dips a little.
Football players have always been the modern day gladiators to me. Having the mental toughness to play trough injuries is not something everyone can do and that's why I respect the ones who can so much. Like JT at the end of the Penn St game or Boren at the Alabama game. If you can't play though injuries you're probably in the wrong sport; it's like a boxer complaining about getting hit in the face.
I agree, Foster will have something completely new for us, but it wont work against a veteran team like it did on a young team. Also our D gave up so many 3rd and longs last year; this year they'll be 3rd and outs.
I think I'll stop off on my way home from work and pick up some bourbon :)
I love Marshall, but he makes me nervous returning punts sometimes. I wouldn't mind letting a speedster like McLaurin getting a shot at punt duty.
Nice! Anyone know which ring is from which game? I like the one on the left the most.
haha, I was about to post the same thing.
I'm sure doctors from other schools will have a look at Jamel's knee when he transfers and this matter will be cleared up.
I was going to say the same thing. As bad a ttun has been, they still have talent on that team, so we should take them lightly.
What do you think about this quote from the shows creator regarding next seasons threat? It sounds like the Wolves wont be the major problem, but something not human. Super Zombies perhaps?
For a good while now, humans have been the bigger threat. At the start of our next season, that will change. I said the show reinvents itself every eight episodes, and we’re doing it again, friendos. Now, that these characters know that they have what it takes to survive, what are they going to do with that power? How will they choose to live? Beyond answering those questions, we’re currently putting into motion some of our most ambitious stuff yet, and things are going to get very big, loud, and scary.
I like Morgan struggling over trying to shot his zombie wife.
I like crazy guns horder Morgan.
I don't like all of a sudden Kung Fu master Morgan.
That whole fishduck article quoted above is a good read.
I agree. I'm in favor of legalizing it, but the proposal is really shady and seems like it will only make a select few rich. If it's going to be legal it should be for everyone, not just for 10 or so people to sell it.
I had no idea he Winston was accused of raping a 2nd girl. He's like a young Bill Cosby.
I pictured you nervously watching every game like Robert DeNiro's character in Silver Linings Playbook.
I know he's had a problem with concussions, but I'm not sure of how many. Maybe he feels if he gives it a full years rest the problem will go away. There's a lot we don't know about concussions, but it seems the more you have, the easier it becomes to get another one.
The media guys will just tell him he can color it in green.
I'm dying to find out who the person in the media is. Anyone have any guesses?
Deland McCullough has done a good job at Indiana this year and is from Youngstown, played for Miami (OH).
Nothing good comes from having a player committed that doesn't want to be here. You have 3 days to back out of a mortgage after you sign, anything like that for football players?