It is pronounced like Jose
Yes! UC's O-line looked horrible in their bowl game. I'm looking for a big impact early on from our pass rush, not like the Navy game where they seemed to come alive in the second half.
Whenever my dad and I watch sports together and an awesome name comes up, I always ask why I wasn't named said awesome name.
Brb gotta send a text about "Leviticus Payne."
I hate Michigan, I don't like the Pats, but I do love Tom Brady. There, I said it.
I don't think there is a better way for you to have responded.
I like how that dude's clothes blend in with the B1G sign
Hydration is key!
The two things in life Kim K cares about:
2. Wake Forest Football
Oh don't worry. I laughed before I responded.
I don't anyone has questioned Purdue's knowledge of the game, just their execution.
For $129 you can look like a huge asshole!
so much for being able to fall asleep within the next hour
We suck. That drive took about 45 seconds too many.
The girl was assaulted and didn't go to the police. Instead, she went to the Band and Jon followed University protocol. Sure sounds like a guy who condones sex crimes towards women.
Side note: I believe Rice should spend the next 18-24 months embedding himself in organizations that promote domestic abuse awareness, speak to victims, speak to kids about why its wrong, etc. His suspension shouldn't be a Will Muschamp 1-play special. I also wouldn't be heartbroken if he isn't granted a second chance.
You're making a big jump by implying Charles must think racist remarks are worse than domestic violence. He wanted Sterling out because he's a well-documented racist, misogynist and general douche-bee. His remarks weren't his crime, just the evidence needed to fire up the court of public opinion. I think Ray Rice deserves a second chance much like the one Michael Vick has gotten. I believe his record prior to this incident has been pretty clean. Donald Sterling, on the other hand, can't rot away fast enough as far as I'm concerned.
You bring up a great issue in how flaky and selective our "faux outrage" can be. The twitter lynch mob divides and reinforces old prejudices in my opinion.