Aw man thanks! I'm embarrassed
I just saw an article on cnn today that ranked Little Palace's sliders in the top 20 burgers in the nation. I've never had one but something maybe a fellow fatty can comment on
Each one of those walk ons from last year has a ring. That's gotta be worth a few Diesel tackles
We're going to have a top ranked kicker, punter, and long snapper at one time. It can be said enough how critical that is going to be
I went to college with Anthony Bellino at BG.
Just so you know Birm, he's a Michigan guy. I had a class with him and we got into it one day when he wore an ugly M hat and I wore a gorgeous O on my chest.
Oregon is too easy of a pick. Apparently Wisconsin and Va Tech have never won it all either, but I'm not positive their current coaches can take each to that promise land. They don't even Urbs.
Last year was Bosa, Frazier, and Miller, with a dash of Lewis on occasion.
This year will probably be Bosa, Lewis, Holmes, and maybe some Hubbard.
its all part of the plan....
I think it will be someone who is offered, then commits right away. I believed that is what happened last year. So I am going with
Any idea about Tyrell Ajian? Rated a 98 on 247 and 100% predicted to OSU. I believe I read he was going to be a safety as he just listed as athlete.
No that was Craig Watts. Others on here have said he wasn't a "take" at the moment. I don't know where Pryts stands but I do know Hamlin and Fuller are DB priorities and now with the Jones kid from Texas. Maybe Pryts is up there too.
Me too, but that might be the toughest defense we ever see him face! Not even joking.
Purdue, Rutgers, and Illinois got commits today too. It's coming back together boys
I can't agree more with both your points. Cornell would be a damn good DT and try to watch Landers tape without attempting to run through the wall. Go head. I dare you...
What's the family like (ages, number of people)? And what time of year? I am guessing summer unless you hate your family and want to see them in complete misery in February.
I travel all the time too and mostly to New York. There's a ton of places to explore. Your main stream areas like Central Park and soho. Chelsea market is awesome. Brooklyn in Williamsburg and Dumbo areas are good for a bar or coffee, maybe some eats. Use yelp to find the best places to go. There's a place called the Jeffrey(?) in Manhattan right next to the Queensboro bridge I would reccomend.
Just make sure to stay active. Don't lay around in your room unless you really want to. Check out the gym at your hotel and local attractions. Gets you in shape and helps the time pass.
We're probably one of the few countries that see the low scoring as a problem. If soccers popularity on the global scale were to decrease, maybe. But as of now, world football is the strongest money maker and fan bases in the world.
"I wanted to, I just couldn't do it"
Thanks Dc28 for the most bleacher report-like comment I've ever seen on here. This is the best forum site out there so this puts a bad taste in my mouth. Now go back to coloring in the corner before you start another comment with omg.
Hot chicken takeover has a food truck when u walk in. Go nuts