he (as are my girls too, in his defense) is good at passing blame onto others for things he is without a doubt responsible for (most often making large messes); there are enough parallels there that we can go with that :D
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this is great - hilarious.
on another note, my two-year-old son does a great joepa impression, only thing that sucks is i have to change his diaper right after
good for them. the sooner that the adidias abominations are out of college sports, the better. the "we on" basketball shirts might be the dumbest thing i've ever seen
true, and something tells me that he wouldn't have gotten fat under marotti
hopefully someone brings up the fact that the last 5* to go there is sitting third string. thank goodness urbs took zeke instead of green...
amazing how good a spread offense can look when it involves running the read option...
and, when houston got the ball back with 30 seconds left in the first half around midfield, they actually attacked, went fast, and hey, scored a touchdown with 3 seconds left. aggressiveness!
if they were paid $800k, both would be in the nfl, the quality of their college programs would be in the toilet (see: hoke, brady), and attendance would be what it was at michigan the last three to five years. when you start artificially capping salaries, the market gets screwed up, and quality decreases (as would money to support the rest of the sports and scholarship athletes). let the boosters pay what the boosters will pay.
i think it's less about the talent of the recruiting classes and more about the kids being poisoned by the entitlement culture. urban tells the stories about our guys being late for meetings, loafing around, etc. in 2012 when he got here. luckily, it hadn't had as much time to get poisoned as texas did. it's no wonder strong is giving all the position battle ties to the underclassmen - sounds like they are the ones working harder.
meyer and harbaugh are responsible for spearheading the programs that bring in enough money to run an entire athletic department. in no way are they remotely overpaid.
not since bert left
i second that notion
bigs? a strength? /faints
if effort was an issue, any player under meyer wouldn't be playing
how on earth doe$ this guy recruit the way he doe$
100% motivation ploy
absolutely not, the school should get hammered for it. but if the kid has plausible deniability, how can they be held responsible?
best music decade ever imo. boston. VH. zeppelin. beginning of rush and leppard. queen. floyd.
i don't think having girls hanging around is an ncaa violation. if consensual things happen, they happen. if a recruit "doesn't know" that they have been paid for, can they still be held accountable? doesn't seem fair (but then again, it is the ncaa).
i love that he's coaching it hard, but until there are true in-game consequences for turnovers, i'm not sure it will hit home.
he did for sure. all it takes is one team to fall in love with a 6'5" 250 lb QB that can launch it 80 yards and just played nails football against three great teams. he would have been at least a 2nd rounder by draft day.
i'm glad i'm too old to wear new jerseys anymore (wearing the jerseys of current college kids as a 30-something just seems weird to me). these things are ridiculously priced. i'll continue wearing my jerseys from the mid-2000's that i paid (only?!?!) 50 bucks each for.
im rooting for bama. i'll be in starkville for their game with miss st and i want the atmosphere to be insane. both teams having 2+ losses would kinda suck the air out of that one.
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