Didn't Eddie Lacy actually lose a ton of weight doing P90x?
Yes even sailing team members were told to keep their mouths closed as much as possible during the event and to immediately get rid of any clothing and or gear that come into contact with water.
It's scary how I can't quite tell if that's a joke or serious. Sounds like a joke, makes a lot of sense to be serious.
I'm sure the sailing participants get their fair share of poo-water spray/mist/splash, too. Wouldn't want them to feel left out.
I agree, which in my understanding, is a diminished role in the play-calling capacity compared to last year.
Is there anything they can really do about Zika? Other things could be fixed, and the best way to avoid it was to just not select Rio in the first place, which everyone should have known was a terrible choice. Seriously, it's bad for everyone, most of all Rio.
You're the King of All Things but can't create an Olympics that isn't corrupt? :(
What's to stop someone from buckling up, getting on the highway, and then taking it off to feel comfortable again? (Not that I think it's uncomfortable, or even if I did, worth it to unbuckle)
It's going to be hard getting myself to switch from hand-over-hand. I hate the feeling of the shuffle. Also, not putting your thumb inside the wheel is nuts. I can see the reasoning, but dang, that's just awkward.
Even if you don't go through the windshield, your head could hit a lot of things you don't want it to hit at speeds you don't want to hit at. Keeping yourself stationary could save you from a lot of that.
I wouldn't want to restart the car every time I had to run out of the car to grab something or ring a doorbell when I'm picking someone up.
Love seeing Kurt play up to his potential. We all knew he had it in him and his years with the Eagles were hard to watch knowing how good he could be.
I believe Beck will do much better this year. This quote, however, makes it seem like he will not be doing as much, either, as far as play calling is concerned. More to focus on the quarterback. And I trust Warinner and Urban to call plays so this doesn't sound like a bad thing at all.
"Ed and myself call the plays and (Beck) will be very involved in the play calling (this year)."
Go away, site fly
Indiana could actually be something if they keep it up. Kind of a toss-up with them sometimes.
I wouldn't be so sure. He's got time to develop and game experience is important. I expect some mop-up time from him at least.
Non-student ticket prices are pure robbery. Once I stop being able to pass for a student, I can't see myself going to very many games. I still love the environment, though, and this is coming from a harsh judge of our largely silent fans.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe up until that game, Hyde had never run for a loss the entire season.
Getting real hard to wait for the season to begin again.
That's a great question. I was a bit excited with the hire but am (somewhat) surprised that I've heard almost nothing come out of Champaign.
But neither guy — who draft analysts tabbed as early round picks had they turned pro last year — said a chance to beat Ohio State played a major role in their decision to come back.
That's because they don't have one.
It's always interesting when someone is able to pinpoint the exact moment their life went wrong.