I actually made two $100 bets with a Michigan fan myself. One that they won't get 10 wins and the other they don't beat Ohio State.
LeBron played the least amount of minutes this year than he did his entire career. That wasn't the case in the finals because they couldn't afford to put him on the bench. Their solutions to offense were unfortunately wearing suits in the finals.
I think you mean that Coombs is doing it with energy "unknown to mankind."
And they are a bunch of whiny bitches.
It's actually a quarter of an inch, not 6 inches.
I know, they're called doctors.
I don't think he's a great coach and I know he played at a place we don't like, but I love Les Miles solely for entertainment value. Dude is hilarious!
Two games not mentioned that I enjoyed were Addams Family and Home Alone - although Home Alone was freaking hard.
Have you seen Meyer's recent buyout? He ain't leaving dude. http://deadspin.com/urban-meyers-new-contract-has-some-massive-buyout-claus-1697828840
The only thing that comes to mind when I hear Will Allen is this:
Just because there was contact, even if it was on purpose (which you can't assume), doesn't make it a dirty play. Gomes had to keep his foot on the plate. I understand what you guys are saying about running through the base being quicker than sliding, but that's a great way for a runner to get hurt as well. You're typically taught to slide into the plate on close plays.
FWIW - in the article below, both the Tigers and Indians are saying it's a clean play.
As a baseball player myself, as long as I'm sliding into the bag/plate it's clean. His spikes weren't high, he was in the base path, he didn't slide late, it's clean.
Or OSU has better/more ethical doctors.
(Indians fan here) It appears that I'm against the majority here, but I think it's a clean play. To me it's a similar to breaking up a double play at second base. He slid directly into the plate. Nothing wrong there.
You need to try some of our newer sandwiches then. Brisket, steak, or turkey. I stay away from the roast beef myself.
Just out of curiosity, what are your issues with Arby's?
As an employee at the Arby's corporate headquarters, I take that as a compliment.
I've made two of those longest direct flights - Atlanta to Johannesburg and Atlanta to Dubai. Those are some LONG flights!
I had my shot blocked by Josh Smith in 8th grade.
It's so refreshing that I can come into this thread knowing that MMan won't comment defending these idiot's actions.
Or if I'm Gene Smith, those grading with that system.
Who gives a shit, it's gone.
On a related note, had Clarett stayed for 3-4 years, he'd definitely be on this list as well. What a shame.
Zeke should easily be #2 after this year. Hopefully he stays healthy. I don't think he stays around another year after that to take the #1 spot.