does he even lift??
as someone who loves soccer and has no rooting interest in man u, this is fantastic, especially if they get ibra
he'll do what he always does. win at least one major trophy in the first two years (they already have close to the best roster in the PL), then flame out by year 4. either way, i'd take it as a fan.
remember that betting is designed to inspire a certain action from the betting public - it's not always a reflection of what vegas thinks of actual chances to win. im sure michigan's massive fanbase, and their actually having a better-than-astronomical chance at a championship for the first time in over a decade is leading vegas to assume that their fans will turn out in droves to bet, thus, the odds are a bit more favorable to our friends up north than they would otherwise be.
love him or hate him, any game involving him is infinitely more entertaining. massive personality and massive talent. as a fan of the EPL, this is fantastic.
just heading across the border for some french fries and gravy, sir
you'd think for a team that's so good at hitting people they'd be a little better on defense
just wait til he goes to LA. the bandwagoning will be vomit-inducing.
for about two years, was a heat guy before that. i was a yankees fan back in the 90s but switched to red sox in the mid 2000's. also used to love the 49ers and cowboys in the 80s and 90s but more of a pats guy now.
i feel bad for the fans they had prior to 2005. it's not fair for ten people to take a bad rap for the rest of the bandwagoners.
finding the crack and hitting it hard
i agree, because the 11W powers-that-be actually stick to their no religion/politics rules (haha but we're getting close to that here, aren't we). espn shows its hypocrisy by allowing kenny mayne to tweet that he wants to ram a car with a palin bumper sticker without being fired. if the policy is no being offensive on social media and no politics, kenny mayne should have been gone five years ago.
and when i say iffy at best, im saying i wouldnt post them as a high-visibility employee with a public feed. im not supporting or indicting what was posted, just saying that the rules, whatever they are at an individual company, should apply evenly to all viewpoints.
yeah kenny mayne tweeted that he wanted to ram a car with a sarah palin bumper sticker. it's well within a non-governmental employer's right to fire someone for what they tweet/post to facebook, but let's not pretend they're playing both sides evenly here.
firing him for his iffy at best tweets/facebooks, whatever
cutting a dude from history, when he is probably the most relevant competitor in this rivalry in the last 15 years? that's the stuff of mid-1900's russia. Extreme Soviet Propaganda Network.
all the "experts" projecting deforest buckner to be the first d-lineman off the board had me laughing. apparently nobody watches tape (especially of the game when he and bosa were on the same field).
that's not rolled up, it looks like it's actually cut off. he's all in.
also, this may have previously been mentioned, but did anyone see his twitter profile - says STL->Columbus->Miami? has he been training there, or is he calling his shot?
he's such a nice, humble guy, you just can't help but root for him
i keep a loaded weapon in my vehicle at all times. there are too many crazies out there. means nothing.
totally agree. to their credit, my local phoenix espn station realized how bad bomani is really quick - they are re-running segments from local shows in the evening now instead of airing his garbage.
espn radio has fallen off a cliff, and fast. patrick, cowherd, svp were actually enjoyable to listen to. i like russillo and kanell, but i would rather listen to silence than the rest. fox sports has obliterated espn in the radio market in a matter of years.
solid > clown show
urban calls his own teams terrible to their faces. nobody ever got better by having his coaches telling him how awesome he was all teh time. this kid was obviously not a fit at ohio state, plain and simple.
if you DVed this comment, you are part of the problem
two thoughts: steve bellisari is a top 5 passing yardage qb in ohio state history?
and i forgot how solid boeckman was in 2007. being at 63% in a pro style offense is really impressive.