A great flick!
"rashan gary is going to be a problem man".....Maybe so, but I've noticed that a lot of the scUM highlight plays shown are against Purdue or Rutgers.
Gary will be better, but our young O linemen will also show improvement into 2017.
No matter how creditable Schefter might seem, the bottom line on him (And in Rich Eisen) is he's a scUM honk! F this cocky prick!
The incumbent wide outs at USF better step up their games!
I did not know him: I'm sure I read some of his stuff or comments in 11W in the past. RIP to Corey and my heart goes out to his wife and young son.
These comments are so positive and heart felt about him. He must've been a helluva guy and father. Leaving a 4 year old son is the worst and it tears me up to read about it. As my time goes on, I will be sure to tell those close to me about all that is good about them while I can.
Our O linemen will have their hands full when they practice against our talented and deep D line this spring. No better way to see who is going to step up for a starting position when they go up against some of the best talent in college football.
Since we're keyed in on the recruiting vernacular on this site.....Who's Next is the equivalent of a 5 Star, .9999 recruit in anyone's collection. Rock masterpiece!
Yeah, and he was caught from behind and tackled by the officer? He must've been impaired or the cop has some skills!
Frye has had a tragic year with deaths of his parents.....For him to play at any level is admirable.
Loved how Delly would piss off our opponents, as well. The CAVS blew it by not signing him to a long term contract a year before he became a free agent.
Wow. Was there a time limit for this video? Bosa probably had many more highlight plays to show...great soundtrack as well, wasn't it??
HOW is this guy still coaching?
I had a special dislike for this tool every since he left Ohio but especially after he made his comments when OSU was going through a particularly tough period. KK, you were good enough to start on the scUM O line for four of your five years but you or your team were never good enough to beat the Buckeyes. You should've kept your f$#@king mouth shut!
I took particular pleasure in watching our D linemen blow by you while you just couldn't catch up with your feet in cement.
Who are we going to pick on now? I'm sure the future will bring some new loudmouth asshats for us to sound on...it's the scUM way!
J Geils was also super strong in the '70's.......We wore out the grooves in that "Full House" album.
I never knew a harmonica could sound so good and Pete Wolf was the epitome of a great front man and lead vocalist!
One of the many great groups of that renaissance period in rock music!!
CriceJr......Speaking from experience, the majority of college players do want to play in a bowl.....These guys want to play ball and It is a means to get in one more game and a fun trip to get one more win against an opponent that is new to them. It is a reward to the 6-6 team that is out of the running for a league championship.
For the coaches, it's a couple more weeks of practice to help build their program for the future.
I agree that the minor bowls might not have much viewer appeal but they are meaningful to the teams and players.
That just happened to me on my flight back from Atlanta last month. The douche who sat in front of me wore sunglasses the whole trip and slammed his seat back onto my knees five minutes in. I was able to aim my air vent in the ceiling forward enough where it was blowing cold air at top speed on his head the whole trip.
Although scUM has 14 players, I see that their 2nd Team All Big 10 and 2nd Team All American right guard, KK, was not invited to the combine. Must be some kind of mistake, right? Maybe he has a conflict with the WWE combine?
Love's in his mid twenties, right? Sucks that he's hurt again. Although he shows signs of greatness in most of the games he's in, this guy is awful fragile. We've already lost him to shoulder and back issues in previous seasons. I'm not in favor of trading him but we might have to accept that he's not going to stay healthy for a whole season and playoff.
Yeah, but Phillips held a lot more promise than most of the player's on Eric Wedge's team back when he was with the Tribe. Wedge, that MLB legendary skipper, didn't like Phillip's attitude, so they let him go to the Reds for nothing. He would have looked damn good in our infield at that time. However, Kipnis eventually came into the picture for us at second, so everything worked out all right.
"Shut the Fuck Up, Donny"
A comment was made this week about how the best D linemen are brought up in the South. That may be true to a degree, but the Pacific Islands sure has produced some great D Line talent over the years! Most of those guys stay on the west coast for college it seems.
Marshall has reached out to him? Sounds like a lock to me; following in Randy Moss' footsteps!
Good call on Drop Dead Gorgeous, Lamplighter!
Rock N Rolla
City of God
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
Very Bad Things
I saw Humble Pie perform in Cleveland's Music Hall in 1971. I believe that J Geils opened for them, which made it a helluva night!
So much energy and good music...
Their "Rockin' the Filmore" is a great album.
Jerry Shirley's tenure in Cleveland ended somewhat sadly, as he allegedly helped himself to some fund raising money that ended up with some Stripper friends of his. During the holidays, he'd live in a trailer in a shopping center parking lot and accept gift donations for the Salvation Army on behalf of WNCX. I can't really recall if he was charged or not but he disappeared from the scene soon after.