I don't know if anyone else listened to Mike & Mike this morning, but it was pretty interesting to hear the interview they had with one of the IOC committee members. Pretty much asking her how they could mess up this bad when they had so long to prepare for things like providing housing for the athletes and she just deflected it and said that it will be fixed. There seem to always be things that go wrong with these venues they choose, but this seems to be one of the worst that I can remember when you add in Zika, Polluted water, Inadequate housing for athletes, and just the overall security concern that Rio presents. Hopefully all goes well
I'll watch anything that the US has a shot of winning. Swimming is usually pretty fun, especially when Phelps was in his prime
When people say stars don't matter in recruiting, this is the perfect example of why they do. This guy was ready from day 1 and nobody really doubted that he would be where he is now. Just like there is no doubt he will be starting for an NFL team in 2-3 years and be a great part of whatever city he is living in
Why did you crop out the homeless man sitting next to him telling him to draft Johnny??
Meyer's lack of care for KR/PR makes me scratch my head. Dontre Wilson has about an 8% chance to take a KR to the house and I love Dontre, but his legs are just too short and he gets caught easily
I watched Zeke's highlight tape when he committed and said "Ehh, he looks slow"
Don't worry, ESPN already tweeted about the matchup
They drafted like 29 of them,so it may be a stretch. But if anyone can do it, It's Josh Gordon
I suggest just taking a break from here for today, man. You are fighting for a good cause, but using terrible ways to go about it. I don't really think people care if you were right or wrong or who you did or didn't say was innocent. You are shaming people for stating their opinions about Zeke and his family and you are somehow linking that to the conclusion that it is because he played for Ohio State. No, I personally was surprised because he never got in trouble, he was raised by what seems to be a great family, he was always respectful in interviews, and he seemed to have the love and support of all his teammates and coaching staff. This doesn't make him innocent by any mean, but it just made it very surprising to hear the accusations. Now you are failing to see that being falsely accused of domestic violence is also the victim which is pretty ignorant. This will effect him for the rest of his life either way and failing to see that is pretty sad.
Never did he defend him or say he was innocent. He simply stated an opinion that this doesn't SEEM like something that Zeke would do which is a pretty popular opinion because Zeke and his family SEEM to be good people with good morals. I think we are all hoping this is false, but I assume nobody here is defending Zeke if he truly did this.
Love this dude. I think he will be more of a special teams guy this year, but I won't be surprised if you hear his name quite a lot
Dammit I miss those games. Imagine how advanced the games would be by now if those nerd lawyers would have never got involved. Last year would have been a legendary video game team
As long as it doesn't become like the NBA where refs hand out technical fouls to anyone who dares show any type of emotion
People are so quick to judge based on one article when they know zero facts about anything. Remember Paterno did in fact know about what was happening and he was GOD around there, so imagine some nobody coach trying to report this up the chain when his own head coach refuses to. I do agree that further investigation is needed on this, but lets wait until then to start the judgments
I really don't believe it is much of a competition between him and Dunn. I could be wrong, but I think Meyer knows Weber is the man and he is just giving Dunn his praise because he knows its tough for a senior to be sitting on the sideline for the 4th year in a row
Good post sir. I'll never forget the picture that came out last offseason that had Braxton and Zeke in the backfield at the same time and everyone's minds were blown with images of what could be the worlds greatest offense. Like you said, it didn't happen, but it sure was fun to think about
At first glance, I thought that picture was Avon Barksdale
I've heard Cavs are possibly shipping Shump and JR out to make room for Wade? I sort of understand getting rid of Shump now that he has become so god awful on offense, but JR is a great two way player who is still improving. Wade is old with bad knees and cannot shoot from outside (he made 7 3pt shots last year). Plus adding Lebron's BFF to the mix is only going to stir up more controversy and drama within the locker room
*Shoe designer forgets he has a deadline to complete these stupid college theme shoes, wakes up and throws a squiggly line on it and submits it.
Great question. They were both unbelievable and spectacular in their own way, but I would have to say the Cavs had a greater stretch given all the history that surrounded the series. What Lebron did in those last few games is going to define his legacy and it changed the narrative of his career in so many ways. Being the first team to come back from 3-1, against the team with the most wins in NBA history, and against the team the beat them the year before, and the biggest reason is that Lebron came back to Cleveland to bring home a championship and he went out and did it
Steph curry's defense is like a drunk girl trying to ride the mechanical bull at a bar
Urban Meyer has showed up at the Q, so we all know what that means. Warriors might as well get on the plane now
There would be complaints even if they started serving free pizza because they would say it made them fat