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Comment 07 Feb 2016

If his tweet is alluding to him coming back to play football, I'm sure Urban has given him the okay since this has been an ongoing process of Armani getting healthy. If so, Meyer must have some plans to get him back on the field if he is cleared. Other than that, I agree it can be some sort of coaching or administrative position.

Comment 20 Jan 2016

Are you taking a shower with it on? Make sure you dry your wrist area real good, even after a work out. That is a known problem with them.

Comment 20 Jan 2016

I have a Fitbit HR that measures my heart rate. The biggest downfall to it is the only activities it records with any accuracy is walking and running. It does okay on a treadmill. Don't expect a precise reading on your mileage, though. Most of the people I know feel it is off, but none of t hem, including me, have the GPS in theirs. There are a lot of good apps out there that can fill in the gaps. I use Endomondo. It does a pretty good job for bike riding, yoga, and other activities. You can also synch it to your Fitbit.  if you have friends that have the Fitbit, you can form a challenge group and it will record all group's steps. At the end of the week, it will declare the winner.  It's useful because of the motivational factor. I have been hearing great things about the new Microsoft Band 2 am I'm thinking of making the jump. My only hesitation is it looks a bit bulky.

Comment 19 Jan 2016

Wasn't Carlos Hyde one? Also Michael Thomas and Cardale Jones were room mates at Fork Union. I don't know the exact number, but I bet at least 1 a year.

Edit. I agree that since Urban has been here we haven't signed that many. Didn't realize that until some posted it

Comment 19 Jan 2016

When I was 18 I started working for Generous General Motors. I hated it. Got my first check and never hated working there again. 32 years later, I retired from there. Since then I started my own business. I wish I could get fired at times, but it also pays pretty good.

Comment 13 Jan 2016

Jumar, I agree with you 100%. I would never under any circumstances leave a child that small in a car by themselves. JMHO.

Comment 29 Dec 2015
When my father died, I was in my early thirties. At that age, I could not view him at the casket. I viewed him from the opposite end of the room. He looked restful and at peace. I knew I could not deal with that waxy, lifeless look, so that is how I dealt with it. Your son doesn't have to be there for the whole thing and neither do you. I suggest to let him view her from a distance, stay for a while, then leave. Do the same for each day. The last view, you can go toward the end. That way he will be part of the processional. I would not, under any circumstances let him see her up close unless he firmly insisted without any outside prompting. I would never let it be his final decision, though. He's too young and innocent to put that on him
Comment 14 Dec 2015

That is hilarious. I can't upvote you so I will upvote everyone commenting on it,  Welcome aboard!

Comment 15 Nov 2015

Not picking on ESPN, but just trying to show the national narrative concerning OSU

Clemson beats a 3-6 team by 10 points.  ESPN headlines: Clemson keeps rolling...  and   No 1 Clemson Stays Perfect.... I saw another headline but can't find it..... Another Double Digit Victory for Clemson

Ohio State beats a 5-4 team by 25 points and completely dominates them defensively.  ESPN headlines:  No 3 Ohio State runs past Illinois...   and    Sluggish Buckeyes Pull Away Behind Defense, Zeke. 

Comment 30 Oct 2015

I believe I saw him also go over to JT. The kid definitely has class. The fact he didn't decommit from them when the scandal broke showed a lot of character and he is a man of his word.  

Comment 30 Oct 2015

This reminds me of when I coached 5 yr old girls. They did that a lot. The only thing they did more was pick flowers (clover). All this while they were on the field playing. What did they do on the sideline? Comb their hair and complain about the bugs. I absolutely loved every minute of it.