So, basically, they are the Colin Cowherd of internet sports?
pSU goes across the country to win and beats the volcano or whatever it is
Across the country? Aren't they playing in Ireland?
LSU, Michigan, and UCF. I think UCF is a lot better than people think.
Looks like all the other "bigger" dudes beat me to it...only S & M left
Agreed, VCMD. I love the Naval Academy. I am fortunate enough to have a relative live directly across the Chesapeake Bay from the Naval Academy (on a clear day, we can see the dome on the chapel in which you were married). We have visited campus dozens of times and have taken in a game too. Neat to watch the Midshipmen march into the stadium - and the plebes do push-ups after every score. I was standing outside on the eastern shore of the bay on a football Saturday and out of nowhere came three jets - F-16's I assume - up the bay, and at a seemingly right angle, turn and fly over the stadium in Annapolis. It looked as if I could reach out and touch the jets, they were so low. Truly an awe inspiring moment.
Like you, my second favorite team is Navy.
No idea who she is, but here is the video that the gif came from:
Shoot! I must have put it in backwards....apologies
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What about Raekwon McMillan?
30-9 kinda sucks but how many of thoes loses were in 2012? The year of destruction.
Quick math suggest that it's 7.
Reminds me of a line from Animal House; "He's a legacy. We have to take him."
5 - 2 rushing, & 3 passing
I have to admit, about 10 years ago, when he first started at ESPN, I really enjoyed listening to him. I haven't listened to him for 4 years now, and I can't say that I have missed him at all. Like you say, he just says the same thing over and over.
I'd rather listen to the Fabulous Sports Babe...
He spouts a special type of douche baggery that is hard for me to comprehend. Every body on here has him nailed: 1) He makes a controversial statement, 2) Backs it up with the most obscure information, 3) And then flops and makes an excuse for his inane comment. At least he was right last year when he said we were 1 year away from being elite.
ESPN just reported that he'll have surgery and wants to return in 2015.
If he does redshirt and he graduates, does he transfer? He wouldn't have to sit out a year, plus I think he still has to play a season without injury to shore up his stock in the NFL draft. If he doesn't play another college season, I see him signing with a NFL team as a free agent. I just think there are too many questions about his health and durability at this point.
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That's right on TMAC
Glad to see Mo sharing his experiences. Hopefully some ND players can learn from Mo's mistakes...
I don't pay too much attention to ND football, but they maybe having these issues because the academics are too hard for some of the kids. If a kid had a chance to play, but his grades were going to keep him form playing, some players would consider cheating in the classroom just to play football.
Why, or how, Golson was allowed back on the team is beyond me, but it would be safe to say that the majority of coaches in college today would go out of their way to give a kid a second chance. Some would say it was to benefit the team, others would say it was to benefit the player. We will never know the truth, but the real reason probably lies somewhere in the middle.