Yeah, whoever is in charge of their programming needs to step it up. There's not much worth watching on there outside of the actual games. The Journey is pretty good, as is Big 10's Best but there should be ALOT more given the access to the teams they have. Why they don't do their own version of Training Days is a mystery to me. Seems like a no brainer.
Normally, I use it as an indication of how the young guys are developing. We usually know who the starters are because they are static throughout the season, but not so true among the backups. Its gives a good look into who's making the most noise in the up an d comers group.
This year, however, I'm really looking forward to seeing who won all the tight position battles we had in camp.
Dinardo also said scUM was the best team in the B1G last year at this time, so it seems he really has no idea what he's talking about.
Not just scUM history, thats the most embarassing loss in CFB history. They were a Top 5 team that lost to an FCS at home, it doesn't get lower than that.
Hoke said he couldn't remember exactly where he was when Michigan lost its opener to Appalachian State in 2007
I'd put good money on Old Country Buffet.
It was always on Direct TV, wasn't it? Or are they offering it without the sports package now?
Wow, this Bruce Wolfe guy needs to get a clue. I'd bet my mortgage he never played organized tackle football in his life. I shutter to think what my coach would have done to me had I attacked and ripped the helmet off an opposing player after the whistle.
He should, but since he's the coach at Ohio state he won't win it. They'll probably give it to James Franklin because he had early recruiting success, ignoring the fact that he went 7-5.
Everyone I know, including myself, dumped the water AND donated to the cause.
Its a marketing ploy, then people donate via their website.
Pretty brilliant idea too.
Here's more info:
UCLA's Brett Hundley wasn't as efficient executing read options, but he was a terrific athlete on par with Braxton Miller as a runner
Umm, is this guy serious?
BTN should do one, would be the highest rated show they have.
Meyer didn't technically boot Cam, though he also didn't technically boot Se'von Pittman either. I'd venture to guess the 2 had very similar conversations with Urban before they decided to request release.
The fact that he plead guilty to a felony doesn't just go away when his record gets wiped by some BS deal. Like I said, he doesn't have a felony record. He's still a man that admitted committing a felony in a court of law, hence he's a felon. Just because he doesn't have to disclose that fact when he finally gets around to putting his Degree in General Studies to use doesn't change that. Pretty easy to spin opinions one way or the other, but the fact at the center is always the fact that he plead guilty of committing a felony. If it makes some scUM fans feel better about him that their sorry state has some BS legislature in place to give him a 2nd chanc, thats their deal but it doesn't change the fact that he's an admitted felon.
Yes, he is. The fact that he committed and plead guilty to a felony makes him a felon. Him learning to follow the rules after in order to get it removed from his record doesn't change that. He technically doesn't have a felony record, but he is and will always be a felon.
He plead guilty to a felony, therefor he's a felon. Spin it however you like, but he committed the crime and admitted to it.
If he's persuaded by a guy posing as a pretty girl on the web, he belongs at Notre Dame.
Something tells me Hilliard is way too smart to fall for that though, hence why he'll fit in well with the good guys.
Nah, if they're not allowed back in the game they'll either limp off or suck it up. Game will only stop for serious injuries, which aren't that common.
So stop the clock while they are helped off the field, and if they need assistance off the field then don't let them back in.
I'm fine with the advance rules, what I really can't stand is the arbitrary aditional time added to the game by the refs. If the game is 90 min, then the game is 90 min. Adding time the way they do seems way to subjective to me, especially the way it went down at the end of USA/Portugal. We're gonna add 4 min, no wait 5 min. Not a huge fan of that practice at all.
There will be a few NFL teams ahead of scUM in line for Jim's services if San Fran lets him walk.
So Ace Williams really thinks John Harbaugh will resign as the Ravens HC to coach at scUM? Seriously?!?!?!?!
Outside of that fail, please god let it be #10 on his list:
10. Lloyd Carr, retired Michigan head coach
Far-fetched? Not as much as you would imagine. Carr still has ‘it’ and would be able to coach the team for 3-5 years while grooming a replacement internally. Bill Snyder of Kansas State is 5 years older than Carr (Carr is 68) and returned to KSU with a bang after 3 seasons of retirement. KSU has been to 2 BCS games since Snyder un-retired.
This would be a bit wacky, but, do NOT count this out as a possibility. It has legs.
I actually cheered when Sam opens the door and Ghost is there looking at him. I thought he was going to check on his girl, and then got the great realization that he was unleashing Ghost on those wildling facks.
The wall guillotine was badass too:
Yep, you guys are the best and brightest up there:
They got alot of national exposure from the Outback Bowl too