So because he's instate he automatically works out and an out of state guy won't?
Probably because Urban knows he needs to keep the top talent in state, but at the same time there aren't as many talented players this year that any more than that would be a reach.
We have very similar tastes in comedy as those would probably be 3 or 4 of mine. With psych hands down in there.
They came out with the song Cruise last year. It was played pretty frequently on top 40 channels, and many played a version with Nelly rapping as well.
I always wonder with Brax because he appears to get caught even when he breaks through. Don't know if it is just who runs him down, he runs out of gas, or his top end speed isn't as high as others. Don't get me wrong my ankles break watching him make those plays, but top end speed doesn't seem to be his strong suit.
I think a prime example of what you state is Clowney. While I think he started to put less effort in the past year, in his sophomore season he demanded double teams and while his stats were lack luster, he causes havoc regardless of what he does.
If I'm a team and I double up on Joey, and assume Michael Bennett eats up the block in the middle, then I leave 2 of the following in 1 on 1 unless they bring a TE or RB. Noah Spence, Jamal Marcus, Joe Hale, Tommy Schutt.
How firm thy friendship...
The story of sully with the poster about party in the USA is how it should be done. Fun jabs accepted by both fans and players.
Agreed, both prospects I thought would at least struggle initially in the NBA.
While the long term injury was an issue, more of the rhetoric was he's to undersized, or unathletic enough for any of the positions. If you told a GM that he was going to be a double double machine in the NBA he would have laughed in your face. So, the fact that he is getting double doubles is the reason that it's surprising.
Having the same issue. I'm using my iPhone with chrome FYI. I can scroll if I literally press and hold, but if I want to flick and scroll quickly it doesn't seem to want to do that.
I think their defensive players end up doing better. The offense is garbage, but gets held together by their d and gets credit.
Signing something, and being on board with it are two different things. They probably had to negotiate for it and this was something the NFL had to give up in exchange for something else.
That's not her.
I think what everyone is forgetting is vrabel is taking a dl position in the nfl which does open the possibility that if he were offered a better position at osu he could come back. Braxton on the other hand would have been done for good.
Ironically, he ranks their 2001 teams as the best.
So let me get this straight, you opened up a an article titled, Chris Petersen Interviewed for Washington's Job Last Night. Subsequently replied to Andy Vance's comment only to write this?
I think the most defining part of the article is in the last couple paragraphs. Marcus Hall going up to Pat Elfien and giving him a hug and a bode of confidence.
Because its childish, but if being the big man on the internet makes you happy then all for you.
He won't be charged, and listening to the DA he continues to say that there "Isn't enough evidence to prosecute". He has shied away from saying no sexual assault occurred.
I get he comments on many of the ESPN threads, but don't call out another poster like this.
Can I suggest you post a QR code that takes you directly to the site as well. I saw the other day that some kid in Alabama raised 24k by putting one on, so if people want to do so as well that would bring more fans here. If not good luck for anyone going and making a poster.
My first Buckeye game at the 'Shoe and boy do I remember all of this.
That's exactly why I said Dennard. They will force him to throw, so the most dangerous defender will be Dennard.
Haven't watched a whole lot either, but I would assume their loss against ND would be the best to see weaknesses.