many see things in context and reality, and say different. calmly, I might add
no, that is a straw man argument.
I could get better researchers than me to easily fine a pattern of the upper management of ESPN going after Ohio State University with a zeal "unknown before to modern man."
maybe it's because ESPN and the SEC are together in a TV deal, and the SEC teams get kid-glove treatment
smart people look at history, in context, and roll their eyes at what happened. That today TatGate would get a week of passing coverage, compared to what goes on, is a statement about how ESPN has no moral compass, no standards to uphold, thereby rightfully owning the label "hypocritical institution."
and second story balconies
as long as they appreciate the Bourbon gracing the 11W glassware in their hand, contemplating the scope and intensity of the retribution Coach Meyer plans to deliver upon our opponent every Saturday
I can believe it -- I stare at the infamous pic of a pasty white Jimmy Har(whatever) and think, "yep, it's possible."
I believe we need to conference
it it seem to me you have insider info on future wars
+1^ & a Bourbon for you
don't ya know, their RB Lacy is losing so much weight, he's playin' slot in 2016
optimism is Skrong
Long May XBraX Play!!
especially when he calls a protection play to block Joey
Marsha "No Balls" Brady
don't hate a team who could use a real set of balls
"but then, what fun is there left during hiatus?"
I believe the story line from the coaches on the visibly off-target JT throws is the RECEIVER(S) need to be at the spot the play called for, and the BALL was there every time (when not tipped at the line). This was to give the receiver room the film to teach the inexperienced receivers.
I thought they did
last I checked, it is a "team" sport