Best of luck to Mitchell. I just keep getting the feeling that the staff actually had a little problem with him growing into a TE that we really didn't need.
Best of luck to him. Great athlete who just may not have a position yet. Good get for Michigan.
Rivals had Su'a Cravens, Leon McQuay III, and Max Redfield. Of those, only Cravens has produced like Bell and he's at LB now (kind of like Darron Lee)
Bacon is a good writer. Seems like a lot of print to dedicate to yet another loss, though.
Inconsistent as hell, but at its best, Homeland is very, very entertaining.
Nothing you said about Mad Men was incorrect, especially regarding the repetition, but my dad (40 yrs in the ad biz) was quick to comment on how spot-on it was.
My thoughts exactly; Holmes wants that PT!
Ironic that Barrow would drop out of the top 250 the same week he has a fairly huge game against American Heritage. Camps are not games.
I'll probably check out a few Northwestern games (Stanford, Minny, and PSU are probably the best bets). Very easy to buzz in and out of the games.
Or maybe, at least, until it's started.
Not to get all fancy, but try it with a Romesco sauce next (Spanish sauce that features nuts like almonds or walnuts and a red-pepper base). A little more complex that marinara, but you still get the acid and tang.
I know it's fashionable to pile on at these events, but if this is a recurring issue (as the comments suggested), it seems like he needs help. As someone who's been dry about a year now, I can distinctly remember getting that look from people (mostly my wife) when I'd crossed over from fun-loving to word-slurring. You don't mean to make a fool of yourself, but you do. That should be the sign for Haden and company to intervene, especially during his divorce. Hope he cleans it up.
My wife and I called him Cry-ou. Fucking hated that kid and the damn theme song.
They are certainly talented. I don't see their defense as being dominating this year, though, and with an inexperienced offense coming in, that will put them in way too many close games. They'll lose at least two, but if you look just average in several others, you won't qualify.
Cravens is a monster. Like Lee, he's really more of a converted DB.
That Ashley Madison scandal is the stuff of horror movies for many a people. If someone is not writing a movie script for this, that would be a waste.
A very interesting Ted Talks on bio-engineering:
I expressed same thoughts in Gibson writeup. I think they'll move him around, but he's so natural and effective coming out of the backfield (and with Weber's injury), it would make perfect sense to get him 6-8 carries a game as well as H touches.
So true. Their schedule, as well, is tough and I'm not sure that Jeremy Johnson is perfect for Malzahn's system, either, coming off of the way Marshall ran that offense.
I tore my bicep and it hurt like a motherfucker. I cannot imagine tearing a muscle as big as your pectoral.
If Brax develops at the H and Gibson sticks and excels at WR, does anyone think there might be an urge to get Samuel back into more RB formations to spell Zeke? I have no doubt he could be great at the H, but I still picture him as a RB.
Hate to be that guy, but Funderburk is having an announcement for his high school? Oh, brother.
I only regret that it is too late to make that my wedding song.
Gotta hand it to the man: he is loyal.
Hell, he committed to Michigan the night before he signed with us! What we really know is that we don't know anything. Wait and see how it plays out and, if he's a Buckeye, welcome aboard. Otherwise, good luck!