Hey Jourdan: #shhh
not to nitpick, but he had a PhD in being groovy
Yeah, although I'm not super interested, I thought the comic-con trailer was a little over done.
Would like to hear more a NE/NY accent from Robbie though! I watched the animated Batmans over and over as a kid so "Mistah J!" is the only way I can imagine her speaking!
That all happened one year before my time! I only say it because my dad says 'well, I don't even really like the Cowboys anymore because of what he did to Landry."
if you didn't quit when jerry fired landry (or did anything for that matter) then i doubt you will this time!
pass from me as well
these two comments are my favorites for today
Jack Evans and Manley Whitcomb, obviously
somebody should tweet this to every "unalabama" school
I had a similar reaction when my dad called me a few years ago. Why would he believe even for a second that a college sophomore would spend $10,000 at a Home Depot in Reynoldsburg??
In all seriousness, how can you fault a kid for going to play for a coach he likes at a school that happens to be in a shit situation? No one can fault O'Brien for leaving so how is it fair to criticize Hackenberg for staying there after a solid freshman year? I don't think he would have had the same flexibility as a HS recruit when trying to find another coach he works well with. The world was his oyster as a recruit and a freshman then it changed for reasons he couldn't control or foresee.
Yeah, that'll work for me.
beer's to every decision you made when you were 17!
It says that ejection is "a part of penalty" for initiating with the crown. While bosa did that, I think ejection is silly since the risk is solely on the tackler so long as the hit isn't on the head or knees. If the rule was created to protect the tackler, then so be it. However, I am under the impression the rule(s) were in place to protect QBs and defenseless players.
EDIT: I didn't take into account the "and 9-1-4." Do they mean you have to violate both rules or just one?
key word there is "mildy." sometimes aesthetics and superstition reign supreme
Goosebumps. I love the music here