Attendance and academic benchmarks are easily kept track of. Athletic transgressions seem to be up to the nebulous will of the coaching staff and could easily be misused to make staying on the team untenable for a mediocre or underperforming player. Schools with a eye for oversigning would have an even easier (if possibly more evil) way of managing rosters instead of disciplining.
I agree that Halo was my jam, but the multiplayer on Halo 4 was...lackluster to be nice about it. No point in having a pro-level game that no one likes.
WHAT!!?? Spoilers, man.
Yeah, but I still like Destiny. Only I don't get national championship trophies after completing a raid. Just shards...
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With all due respect, I don't think it's that clear at all. We watched Braxton play with different offensive pieces with a different mindset to playcalling against different defenses. While it may not quite be comparing apples to oranges, it's something like comparing lemons and limes. If health weren't an issue (looks like it will be) I don't see how anyone can determine the winner of Ohio State's quarterback competition.
Good luck to Tim Beck, Ed Warriner and Urban Meyer in figuring that out.
My only regret is that I have but one upvote to give.
Exactly. But, if the kid is already committed to another B1G school how is that even a play? Maybe Nebraska isn't the academic institution that Michigan is, but he's already made it into a school, right?
I can't tell if I'm more amused with Michigan staff being inconsiderate dicks, or Harbaugh's staff working on kids who may be of lower academic standing after his Michigan comments a few years ago.
The local league that I run with my friends is already set up to draft at the same time :/
Is there an autodraft or am I screwed?
Woo! I'm pumped!
I hear you. I rode LeSean McCoy to my league's championship last season.
Do you have spoons with sharp ends? If so where could I find some?
Difference between Hyde and Hill: "More of a complete player and played in the SEC, different kind of competition. Better fit here."— Jeremy Rauch (@FOX19Jeremy) May 10, 2014