ahhhhhhhh right thanks guys. that's one of my favorite plays of the season as well
pretty sure cardale threw a pick against illinois too - the one where he blew up the DB on the return
DEEJAY a hearty mountain standard time welcome to the skyline club!
so based on the poll results juxtaposed against the comments, a lot more people feel it necessary to justify why they dont like skyline than feel it necessary to justify why they do like skyline. i agree, it should not be billed as chili soup - eating a bowl of it would not be pleasant. but that doesn't take away from the restaurant, which i find delightful. but, it's not called skyline chili soup. it's called skyline chili. chili can refer to many things other than soup - peppers, or a member of TLC are a few examples. so just having the name "chili" on your restaurant does not expressly imply you serve soup.
lebron is a great player. however, he certainly lacked something until the heat lost to the mavs in the finals his first year in miami. he lacked the champion's edge against the spurs in the finals (when he was in cleveland the first time) and also against orlando in the east finals. he was always a great player, but he didn't truly inspire it in his teammates until he felt the sting of losing to the mavs when he fully expected to win. to see what he did with the heat (that team is a wasteland without him) and what he's done in the playoffs this year sans love and largely irving, it's obvious this is a different lebron than the first go round in cleveland. i'm with buckeyevstheworld. he wasn't good enough against orlando. not sure why that opinion is downvotable. but boy, is he obviously good enough now. he has a chance to be the GOAT.
this could literally range from no punishment to the death penalty. picture a blind guy, blindfolded, throwing darts at a dartboard while spinning in a desk chair.
all just bastardizations of neutron man. ramzy's article on him awhile back really described what a superfan should be.
yeah it's tcu, but only because of the schedule
did a little nerd alerting since im sitting in the airport and bored. average goals scored (total) in NHL games in 2014 was 5.3. average points scored (total) in CFB last year was 58.2. so, it's approximately 11 football points per hockey goal. so, in football terms, we're currently tied at 44.
difference is, it's actually entertaining in hockey
those that complain about college football players not getting paid should be railing against general studies-type majors. players majoring in general studies (at least those that will not make the nfl) are letting themselves be used by the university for their athletic ability. they are dedicating four years of their lives for a degree that does them no good after football. i totally get a shoo-in draftee majoring in general studies, but it's a travesty for over half the team to be doing it.
this is the hockey equivalent of baylor-tcu...no defense
suck it, anything michigan
he made so many huge plays this year (as a RS freshman! a freshman!)
i love this move. it just wouldn't be right for fsu not to have a turnover-prone qb with off the field issues
in harbaugh we trust
used to be a big holiday inn north of lane ave but the school bought it to turn into a dorm i believe.
men's hockey and baseball when they're good. used to follow lax because i knew guys on the team, but they're all long since graduated.
so, the most annoying guy and most annoying girl from college that got married after everyone graduated? this is like hearing they're getting a divorce.
someone ask webb about mike weber
harbaugh is crazy enough to try this, and he might look downright tame next to purpleface.
i could go for a nice 5-turnover game against our boys in november.
the two playoff games told me all i need to know. his coverage of cooper was the best anyone did all season, and his tackling against oregon was violent but controlled. he's going to make someone very happy in round 2.
yep. "jt has three more years, cardale has two, and braxton has one"