No I won a vacation, it was cheaper!
What is instructional league? Below "A"?
I never understood the original name anyway.
My wife runs an auction for my kid's Catholic School, that was one of the items auctioned off.
Not to be snarky but it's also unfair to pick just last year since it's Apple's largest ever and relatively average for WM. If we go back 20 years we're comparing 10B profits to losses.
This doesn't work over time. Walmart's numbers are much more stable.
Apple $1 B
Walmart $11 B
Fido - My take on Walmart Wolverine is a distinction between the Alumni and the people from Michigan who latch onto a winner. Also has a connotation of fair weather fans vs. Alums who are there through everything.
Just look inside your candy wrapper.
Oregon has shiny facilities in the middle of nowhere, there are no local recruits and they can never recruit like the others on your list or UGA who has 2x more recruits than Ohio.
I just can't go with Oregon and VTU. I would rather be at UGA, Florida (better recruits, more money, more history)
Well put. The kid is very mature and much more mature than I was at 18. I'm sure he'll do well in life and will take the lessons from his OSU experience and move on.
He's the prototype MSU/Dantionio chip on the shoulder Ohio kid who will play his ass off against OSU. I wish him luck any time he's not playing against OSU.
Because it's not as big of a job as he could get?
Why try to build something that may be possible at Houston when LSU is already built and just needs to be tuned up. Houston will never out recruit lsu. Lsu is the only school other than osu which has tons of talent and no other power 5 tam in the state.
From the article, this seems dirty...
Before then, Wint had few Division I scholarship offers and had orally committed to Temple University.
The knock on Florida is narrow minded imo.
Every year they play Georgia (rivalry), Tenn (rivalry), LSU (protected crossover), and FSU (rivalry). Many years they add Miami.
They don't need to leave Florida when you play FSU and Miami as their OOC games. Compare UF to the schedules of Baylor, Clemson, Boise etc. It's just not close.
They also play Miami often, and have a protected crossover against LSU.
When you look around college football Florida is not a team that need to feel bad about their schedule. In fact quite the opposite.
But lane avenue is blocked off to cars every time I'm in Columbus!
A much smaller one?
The cyclists here remind me of college. Every year a pedestrian would get killed walking across a street with moving traffic assuming everyone saw them. They would tell you they had the right of way, they did but they took being right to the grave.
Cyclists, it doesn't matter if you're right if you are dead. Riding a bike on a busy street seems like one of the most unnecessary risks one would take short of riding a motorcycle. It only takes one accident to kill you and it doesn't matter if it wasn't your fault.
You're going soft!
Best comment yet, at least one person didn't take his eye off the road.
And this is why I love college football and get chores done on Sundays.
I've heard Nebraska is the same way, great culture. I've heard some negative comments about UF fans, but I'll say that I was at the Georgia Sothern/UF game where GSU won and their fans were congratulating the GSU fans. It may not be representative of all UF fans but I've seen some great sportsmanship there.
I'm surprised he didn't fall during his strut
Well that would make sense since the roof caved in at the old place.
Wiscy didn't help when they beat LSU?
Insert Stop Girl.