Time for that dig deep performance from the good guys.
It may not equate into another championship run for this season, but I'll happily take the consolation prize.
For that I am truly thankful.
Spent yesterday with the wife's brood, some of which are Eagles fans.
I had a great Thanksgiving.
Surprised at how quickly this has developed, before realizing he's been there ten years - which is about the industry standard.
Not expecting any favors from Penn State.
But it'd be nice.
That Sparty loss still stings...
Right in line with my esteemed colleagues, appreciate the fine reads, Remy - Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
Enjoying it as it unfolds...I would suggest their fans keep perspective and also enjoy it while it lasts.
Not sure how long Harbaugh holds court up there.
Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, safe travels for those on the go.
Bird is the word.
Happy Thanksgiving, folks.
(Not a direct reply to NorCal, but this entire back and forth)
Easy guys - it is Thanksgiving. We're fortunate to live in a country where we can do this sort of thing...
(Just trying to keep a positive vibe - it's all good)
"...vintage Jim Bollman grab-bag special void of any strategy..."
Because I needed a basis of estimate to what exactly was (or perhaps wasn't) coordinated last Saturday. It's therapeutic.
Or what taking a shot at Jim Bollman actually looks like.
Fine reads as usual.
And here we were treated to another round of Finebaum reasserting the masses that Urban still "coddles" his players just yesterday.
Not sure if it'll be enough to land the gig, but Cubit deserves credit for keeping the Illini stable this season.
Recruiting seems to taper off a bit during the season, it'll pick back up soon as NSD draws closer.
Had to be done.
Hoping there isn't a second round of this next week.
Thinking of Eddie offering words of advice to Zeke...what a conversation that'd be.
Every win over the rival is great, but the 2005 edition was extra special.
The Slobs had a rough go of things, agree.
Still they have the opportunity to close the season on a positive note.
Nice gesture, gents.
In honor of Austin, RIP.
Good question, this is an interesting post.
Tough to answer, because I respect what Zeke for his efforts. It was a tough place to be after a loss, but he deserved to say what he felt.
Nice job, fellas.