DW, I think you meant you're glad our colours are Scarlet & Grey.
But don't you know -- Rutgers owns the NYC TV market. That's why Delany brought them into the B1G.
The real problem isn't with the student athletes at Baylor. The problem is the administration and coaching staff covering up the crimes.
While I agree the cover-up by the admin and coaching staff was bad and Briles & Co. deserved more punishment than termination, to say the "real problem isn't with the student athletes" is ... not quite accurate. AFAIK, Briles wasn't sexually assaulting female students. I think I understand what you intended, but we can't lose sight of or downplay the primary issue -- sexual assault by student-athletes. This may be a situation where the cover-up isn't worse than the crime.
This is OSU football, it isn't a democracy. What Urban wants, he gets.
True ... with respect to the players. But he can't force the crowd to participate. And if the activity is lame, he won't get the crowd participation he desires. I think that's the point of Kevin's "scientific" analysis.
(No worries, DJ)
And when will that be? I don't recall Sakerlina being stocked with talent last year. OBC couldn't do much with that team, and Muschamp is no OBC.
At least we were gifted these zingers on paid Orlando Sentinel troll Mike Bianchi, courtesy of new Georgia coach
Silky JohnsonKirby Smart:
Um, DJ -- I think you have a few more strike-throughs to type....
ANSWER: Iowa senior LeShun Daniels is the only Ohio State legacy on the list. His father started for the Buckeyes' 1996 Rose Bowl team, which is your crippling daily reminder that you are old regardless of your age and time is slipping away from us all.
Don't mind me, I'm just under my desk in the fetal position....
Except you have zero proof that he "saw something and did nothing."
This is out of the JoePa Truther Defense playbook. I'd like to think we are less blinded than the folks from Happy Valley, especially about an assistant coach who hasn't worked a game in Columbus. McQueary's testimony is not nothing (though admittedly it isn't much, either). IMHO, Schiano needs to answer the question fully and accurately -- at least internally with Meyer and Smith, if not publicly -- and the evasive non-answer he did give when asked previously raises additional concern in my mind.
Wait -- wouldn't this be a sign that the Hogs are gonna get cooked / grilled this season? Isn't that a bad thing?? Arkansas fans are ... not smart.
I'm still salty about that 2009 collapse, though.
I was in South Stands for that game. It still makes me sick, and one of the best examples of Tresselball coming back to bite us in the ass. Ugh....
Different invention, same purpose.
Yes, but water dilutes the product. This invention is good if you want to get all of the product out of the bottle AND be able to use the product at full strength. A superhydrophobic coating inside the bottle would also work.
Agreed. While I don't discount LeBron's successes (both this year and prior) and the greatness of the Cavs winning the NBA title this year, IMO a non-TBDBITL member dotting the I is a supreme honor and privilege that should not be bestowed rarely and only for those truly worthy. Not saying LBJ would never be worthy, just that I don't think he's worthy now. Jack was honored after he retired from golf. Woody, long after his reign in Columbus came to its ignominious end. Sen. Glenn, long after he'd retired from the Navy, NASA and the US Senate. Buster Douglas is the real outlier among the honorees, and is an example of a poor choice of honoree (not that LBJ is BD). I get that it may be an immediate recruiting benefit to have him dot the I, but some things should be above such motivations.
[Unrelated, but I was perusing John Glenn's Wikipedia page, and under "Awards and honors" there is NOT an entry for dotting the I. Anyone here who edits Wikipedia pages, I urge you to correct this gross omission.]
Agreed. Looking at it objectively, it's a bit unreasonable to demand the ability to double-dip, as it is unreasonable not to pay the signing bonus at signing. Seems an easy horse-trade: Bosa gives on offset, Chargers give on timing of the bonus payout.
Well, if you put it that way....
I'll admit, I was amused by it. I presume the defendant was working on a mental incompetence defense. The judge, who should have known better and should be more composed, really lost his shit -- which honestly reflects more poorly on him than the defendant (who has nothing to lose).
My thought exactly. I wonder if the NFLPA will bear any of the liability for certifying this crook. They clearly fell down on the job.
Poor DRuss. I thought he made a killing signing with the Lakers, but it looks like he can't even afford to buy new clothes. Look at those ratty-ass drawers....
#wellactually ... it looks like he threw it into an infinity pool and it bounced off the side and over. Not sure it made it to the ocean.
Expansion is next...
I hope not. There are precious few programs that would improve the quality of play in the conference and are otherwise compatible with the B1G. I don't see expansion as a good move for the B1G until the Big 12 implodes -- then there will be a couple decent expansion candidates.
That's three words....
Well played, Navy. ISWYDT
As the saying goes, Play for Ohio State or lose to Ohio State. Kyle chose the latter.
Didn't Va Tech do the same thing last year? (Per 11W, yes.)
I wonder what JH's response to Meyer's quotes will be, because clearly Urbz was throwing shade at "traveling camper" Harbaugh.