I think McGahee and Ken Dorsey were were both considered strong contenders, if not favorites, in 2002.
Interestingly, the combined odds of Jones/Barrett/Miller winning are about 5.25:1.
Basically, Ohio State has the best four players in the country, it just has to pick which two it's going to play.
How did Maryland make 26 field goals, 12 threes, and 6 free throws, and still only score 56 points? Doesn't that add up to 70?
Germaine had Eddie, Hoying had Wiley
I think you got those flipped.
Dontre Wilson decoy player of the year to google
OK... Now what?
I kid. http://www.cleveland.com/osu/index.ssf/2014/01/the_decoy_of_the_year_dontre_w.html
Look, I believe in RichRod's revival as much as the next guy, but Arizona at #4 is just too much.
Wow, did we ever need that.
How is that a travel??
I interpreted it to mean that he was wishing Kate Upton to Tensing.
Alas, no longer:
Derp, need to correct a minor error - by "typical musician" I meant, "typical famous musician with a record contract." Silly me.
Bert, 8 days ago:
Bielema said no other programs have reached out to speak to other Arkansas assistant coaches. Defensive coordinator Chris Ash and linebackers coach Randy Shannon were recently linked to other jobs in published reports.
"The distance between truth and reality can be pretty wide in coaching," Bielema said.
Really love that last quote.
That's no woman...
At any rate, the point isn't that he did it, but that nobody cared to find out whether he did it. Not being charged desn't mean much, given the spoliation of evidence and the lack of interest in investigation. The fact of the matter is, we'll never know what happened, thanks to the Tallahassee police department.
As I said - maybe he did it, maybe not. But the school, investigators, and coaches don't seem to care about even the accusation. Again, if it were a normal person, or even a backup on the football team, the investigation would've proceeded, the accuser wouldn't have been intimidated with reminders of the consequences of accusing such a popular figure.
Weren't we applauding the suspension of Hyde? We were certainly hoping he'd be absolved, but it was the right thing to do. FSU fans, on the other hand, do one of these outside the courthouse:
Disappointing. While the SEC may represent all that annoys me about college football, FSU represents all that makes me uncomfortable with being a fan and supporting the institution of college football generally. They have the same head-in-the-sand mentality that allowed the PSU scandal to go on for years, with the school, coaches, and town looking the other way and putting a thumb on the scales for the star football player who can bring a trophy home. Maybe he did it, maybe not, but a mere mortal in his situation would be investigated and suspended from school pending the investigation. It's the same attitude that brought us "Affluenza," but nobody cares outside of its impact on the field. Would've been nice to at least see FSU not rewarded with a MNC for their terrible behavior.
OK, rant over. Bed time.
Can we have already forgotten Jameis Winston? At the very least, even if the guy isn't guilty, the school, town, and program did nothing - the investigation was delayed, half-assed, and reeked of trying to intimidate the alleged victim out of pressing charges, and you can bet that if Miller were being investigated for rape - rape! - he'd've been suspended. Not so in Tallahassee.
Sometimes good things happen to
bad terrible people. Sigh.
Just to be clear, the Browns haven't won more than 5 games in a season since 2007, and their logo appears in the dictionary next to the word "hapless."