Doesn't BeaTTUN have a trademark on "Dude's and Becky's"?
It looks pretty impressive. But my biggest takeaway is that their Director of Recruiting is a guy named Thad Turnipseed. Seriously. Is there a more southern sounding name than Thad Turnipseed? Maybe if it was Beauregard Turnipseed, but that is about it.
Didn't he ultimately end up at New Mexico? Even there I don't think he put up any remotely decent numbers.
Agreed. Took me a second to process it, but great reference. Wonder how many of us actually got it.
Agree it was to early to go for two, but they just would have kicked the extra point after their last touchdown to get to 30 points and still lose by 1. Either way, it is a delicious loss.
I am sad that I have but one measly upvote to give you. The shortened version of "recruiting" (no, I will not type it) is my singular biggest pet peeve on this site.
Insert "get off my lawn" comment here.
Even sillier is the dv you got.....lighten up people....
Same reaction I had! LIke, Winfield can only be what, 30? Oh, wait, what, he graduated in 1998? Damn does time fly.
I think the Lattimore speculation is driven by his injury history. He had a big year, got noticed and stayed healthy. If I am him, I'd have to weigh another year developing vs. the possibility if getting hurt and missing significant time again.
Still makes me sad to this day. We lost him way too early.
I saw that.....he should find a safe house and lay low until this blows over....
677.....and yes I scrolled through 200+ entries to make sure I wasn't duplicating!
Clicked on the Charlie Murphy link and was shocked at his thin appearance. Thought he must be sick, but a very haphazard and lazy internet search showed nothing than a bunch of people wondering the same thing. But he has apparently been very thin for a couple years and it may be related to the death of his wife. Hope he is OK. His Chappelle "True Hollywood Stories" were my favorites.
Yep, I went into that wormhole too. Was gone so long I forgot I was even reading the Skully.
Agreed and I think Tate seems like the natural choice to step up. He felt like the heart of the team last year and him going down is what really kicked the downward spiral into high gear. If we are waiting for Loving to step up and be the leader, I think we will be waiting a long time. Just don't see that in his DNA.
Does he still have a large audience? Maybe 20 years ago when this happened before his show became an unlistenable caricature of itself. I haven't listened to Rome in many years, not even sure he is still on the air in the Cleveland market.
Regardless, you are right, Harbaugh cant win this battle.
I Love Social D, and of course Mike Ness. Have seen them numerous times at the House of Blues in Cleveland and they never disappoint. One of my favorite bands of all time, if you haven't given them a listen, try it out, you just might like it,
I will be tuning in. I have been on board (heh) with the show from the beginning and looking forward to another season. These guys are a rare breed and the characters on the show are pretty interesting.
Marillion in October in LA and the following weekend back in Cleveland.
Toying with seeing Whitesnake as well. Saw them in their heyday a couple times, not sure if this is just a washed up, worn out version of them on a cash grab or what.
If you haven't seen it, there is a great documentary on Quiet Riot, focused around Frankie Banali (drummer) trying to re-start the bands career after Kevin DuBrow died. They were very close friends and his death really affected Banali. But the attempts to land a new singer never seem to pan out. You should really check it out.
I loved "Run, Run Away" when it came out. Great song and worked perfectly in the height of the Hair Metal 80's. And I never realized Slade wrote Cum on Feel the Noize and Mama We're all Crazee Now. Someone said it above, but maybe they were just ahead of their time with those songs. Ended up being huge hits for Quiet Riot, obviously.
And Christensen had that shitty perm'ed mullet. Nothing redeeming about that guy.
Terry Smith was great. I thinks Keels is very good, but I thought Smith was better, too.
Bender was very under rated imho. Classic and smooth, and his voice always reminds me of March Madness.
As much as I wish you were wrong, thus far Urban has proven you right. Maybe this year it changes with all the openings, but at this point I will believe it when I see it.