close to zero chance that either of those was commitable. if wisconsin wasn't in the final three, possible that even theirs wasn't.
so, put another way, sharps are on the bucks and flats are on our friends up north. i accept.
deej i disagree with you more than i agree with you, but you're spot on here. the audio adds volumes to this story and is in no way invasive - it is public record. good on you.
even with the transcript, there are some that imply this could be fabricated. pretty obvious after listening to the actual tape that it isn't.
i couldn't even listen to the whole thing, kept picturing it being one of my daughters. just sick.
his life had to be miserable last year, as i imagine he's still pulling punches even with those comments. hopefully the newbs coming in get a proactive lesson in not being entitled.
color me old fashioned, but i think you should be able to exploit it if someone who's a professional basketball player can't make a 15 foot uncontested shot more than 60% of the time.
omg forgot about that GIF! one of the best ever
my career requires me to do a number of white-collar "interviews" we'll call them. a common tactic for getting someone to cop to something bad is if you can spin it to them so that others were doing the same thing or were complicit in the action. it's possible (not saying it's true) that this is the case here with either mcqueary or bradley - owning up to seeing something isn't nearly as difficult if others also supposedly saw it as well.
only God knows the truth. and i'm pretty sure it makes Him sick regardless.
chalking those up under the "misunderstood" option.
ugh. now the only possible conclusions are:
- bradley lied to mcqueary
- mcqueary misunderstood bradley
- mcqueary is lying (perjury)
- schiano is lying
sat in 25C for years. 23 is further in toward the field i believe, so you're plenty over from the big pillar to have an unobstructed view. far away, but you'll be able to see everything i'm pretty sure.
haha fair enough. just sad that it's even relevant.
i've always hesitated to post on these threads because of my user name, but here's my 2 cents...
if schiano knew, and did anything short of going to the police, he needs to go. period. the relevant investigation by OSU here is simply if he knew or not. it seems from the testimony that he did, but it is indeed hearsay of hearsay. urban needs to straight up ask him, and if the answer is yes, that has to be it, curtains. immediately.
a few thoughts. one, this isn't "late in the game". there is still more than half a year until signing day, and sibley is obviously landing at a great spot even closer to home in pitt. two, this is a much classier way to go than the saban-type methods of taking all the recruits you want despite numbers then forcing out guys that have already given years to the program, or the harbaugh-type methods of yanking a kid's offer just weeks before signing day.
it sucks, but given the numbers crunch, this is by far the best way for all parties involved to proceed.
good thing it's the first game of the seasozzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
congrats to miami on being outlasted by colorado
No northern school has won the NCAA Baseball title since Ohio State in 1966
oregon state has won it twice in the last 10 years.
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.