Harbaugh's coaching tree is a bush.
Why would you want to?
"Tom Sawyer" probably sounded better, on my car stereo, than any other song of that era, and is probably responsible for 90% of my hearing loss.
I am convinced that Rush has had a higher quality of musicianship among all its members than any rock band, ever.
Better than Flock of Seagulls?
I thought Koufos had a decent set of back-to-the-basket moves.
The time for evaluation of the facts is 4 years from now.
But the time for uninformed speculation is NOW!
They're a nice change of pace from the "what position will Braxton play" threads. Keep bringin' em.
There's never a bad time to hate on Bo Ryan.
Devin Smith dropped his share of catchable balls, early in his career; but he didn't drop many as a senior. I think Corey Smith can, and will, improve his pass-catching technique.
hopped on him like a hobo on a ham sandwich.
It seemed to me like he struggled defensively, early in the season; as a result, he didn't play much in the early portion of the B1G schedule, and it seems like he lost confidence in his shot.
He played much better, defensively, in the last half of the B1G. Hopefully, with increased court time, his offensive game will return.
Rocky's on Bethel Road. I have some good memories, and some even better partial memories...
On the same night? You rascal!
That's Doctor Tom Osborne, to you.
I thought we were talking about athletes.
1 hit given in the 7th
Another reason to hate Jhonny Chinstrap.
... ring your bell!
My golf clubs could use a good motivational address.
Followed the link to the article about Conley.
It contains the following:
This is where style is confused with substance. Just because Conley refuses to make a show of competing should not imply that he is lacking as a competitor.
I wish people (especially Dan Dakich) would keep this in mind when they watch basketball. The coaches, who see guys in practice every day, and know how hard they work, are in a position to evaluate how much a player cares about competing; spectators just can't make that evaluation based on facial expressions.
Jack: "You want a beer?
Ron: "It's 7 o'clock in the morning!"
Jack Butler: No problem. Come on over here Ron. Let me show you what I'm doing, taking advantage of some of the time off. To, uh, add a whole new wing on here. Gonna rip these walls out and, uh, of course re-wire it.
Ron Richardson: Yeah, you gonna make it all 220?
Jack Butler: Yeah, 220, 221. Whatever it takes.
Alex: Kevin's a skunk.
Jack: Yeah, but he gets all the girls.
Alex: He sure got Nicki.
I am shocked... SHOCKED!
Gaylord Perry pitched until he was 44.
Phil Niekro pitched until he was 48.
Both probably stuck around too long.
Quick feet for the big man.
If you're like me you woke up today wondering,
What, may I inquire, did you eat before you went to bed?