This is how I know it isn't Maggie. No way in this "climate" does the sick pregnant woman get her head beaten in.
There is no way the sick pregnant woman gets her head beat in with a baseball bat. The show would be off the air and the producers in prison before the next commercial rolled.
Is there any college campus that doesn't have a bunch of those? Some "permanent" and some that shift as the class schedules change from semester to semester.
With you on Hamilton's comment. I have started taking statements like that as having been said in a tone of dry sarcastic understatement. It reads in print as some sort of jab but was a statement of respect when spoken.
Good to know. It appears to be an effect of the whole "deregulation" thing by the NCAA. 2017 marks the return.
How is he with that whole water-into-milk thing?
They don't have enough teams in the conference to have a conference championship game. That's likely the motivation for having looked at expansion at all.
They probably also needed those adjustments especially the sail routes going forward for their young QB. They cut down his reads and give him an easier throw or at least a throw if it goes wrong is less likely to be a catastrophe. They were able to minimize the effects of the lack of zip on Hornibrook's throws.
You've a good point with the road being an advantage. While I think there is a lot less of "playing down to your opponent" with Coach Meyer than with Coach Tressel I think the road environment focuses these teams in ways that playing Rutgers and Indiana at home don't. I imagine it is fine thing to have folks who love you cheer for you but it probably has an air of your mom telling you you're great about it.
Succeeding in front of people who want to see you fail and hearing their silence when you don't is probably a much headier cocktail.
Bert left and suddenly Wiscy was back to being not hated. Even before the 59-0.
Watched some of the last World Cup and the way Germany played and then seeing Messi made me start thinking, "Maybe I haven't been the right soccer." I'd mostly watched some Olympics or the women's national team. Then came MSNBC and their English Premier League broadcasts early on weekend mornings and now consider myself a fan.
50 minutes straight through without commercials, the whole game is over in two hours. There is also the part where no one has to get their head bashed in on every play.
Looks like a good match this week with Leicester visiting Chelsea. Man. U goes to Anfield on Monday afternoon so DVR for that.
I'll probably start a game thread if someone doesn't beat me to it on the 23rd when United goes to Stamford Bridge with what should be a huge game with Chelsea.
I don't want to run the guy down as he seems a good player but what is with the lovefest for that guy? There is just something off about all the talk for this guy. I'm usually fairly rational so I get really worried when I start wondering if someone has paid off all these pundits. I guess it isn't like the media haven't created the news before though. Maybe just trying to give momentum to the hype train for the 26th?
Hornibrook seems fairly poised to me but the way his passes just... take... fooooo...rrrrr...evvvvv...errrrrr to get anywhere suggests that if Bucky can't run the ball he's going to have a very bad night. We're certainly in agreement that the secondary should just feast on this guy.
As far as our offense goes we'll beat them to the edge and just grind 'em with inside zone in the fourth until Curtis or Weber busts the clincher round the edge.
The way Hornibrook's passes just seem to take forever to get anywhere leaves me hoping he throws it at least 20 times. The secondary should have a field day with that guy. Stop the run and Bucky could be three and out all night.
Beating Navy is kind of important to the Domers isn't it? Talk about cackling before your eggs have hatched.
Coach Meyer echoed that sentiment with his comments about the film room and guys doing prep saying it is a problem when a team isn't good.
I don't think we're really looking at any traps this year. Wiscy, PeeSU, and Sparty on the road. IU coming off a big win. Tommy Armstrong keeps it up he'll be in the Heisman talk by the time Nebraska roll into town. As you say Maryland will have some wins and it looks like they'll give teams a game.
Northwestern? They're probably not as bad as they looked to start the season. Fitz said he was going to "Coach their asses off" heading into Iowa and they got the win (Iowa's quality aside.) I don't see them arriving without a couple of respectable performances. They have Sparty and Indiana.
The Cooper years are behind us so I'm not seeing taking scUM lightly especially as they'll likely be with us at the top of the division. It is likely to be a must win to go to the conference championship game.
Not really seeing any traps.
You don't get the tone of voice from these reports but I don't think you're far off. If not spoken with a lot of tongue-in-cheek that's beyond the level of Coach Meyer's saying Indiana is "Real."
Thank you, guys. Nice article, as usual.
That sure seems like he was going easy on the team.
I'd ease up on that talk. Indiana has given us a few fits over the last few meetings.
All the offense's starters graded champion. That's not really something that happens is it?
Okay. So the question then is could these be read plays?
Ninjaed! That's my question as well. I wonder if what we're likely to see is these same formations and motions with the give to the TB or JT keeps. Then they can make the defense always wrong. Are we seeing the seeds of Triple-option?
Are they just faking on the read-option there or can JT give it to the tailback?
I'm not sure how a draw like that can be the best game of the season but there has been a lot to like in these last BPL games. Lots of attacking and making of chances. Just got to get the ball in the net.