That would explain the Tennessee (=SEC) rumors.
Better wait until the 3rd string QB is named the starter to get better odds....wait...nevermind.
And Ohio State would still beat Indiana
I wasn't up to normal standards this morning. Finished the CTC a few days ago, into the Honey Nut Cheerios, but wife brought home a box of pop tarts so it was a pack of those and OJ today.
Me either. A bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch and a glass of OJ and I'm ready to go.
I see it as a situation similar to having a black eye that everyone is already staring at, so you might as well just talk about and get it out of the way.
On a side note, it really sucks when your kids get a black eye, and trying to explain that. My daughter gave herself one in a jumper at daycare. It must have hung around for 3 weeks, and boy was it a shiner.
I think their performance in the Bowls is the reason for the excuses.
I've always wanted a pool filled with bleu cheese dressing, with endless wings surrounding it. mmmmmmmmmmmm
As Birm often says, get him on campus first. Then we'll see where it goes.
“I think the league is in better shape than it’s ever been from a football standpoint, because there’s more really good teams,” Saban said. “Now, if you use the barometer that winning a championship is the only barometer for the league, then I guess you would have an argument against that.”
So what exactly was the league using as a barometer for success during the 7yr run? And as it was pointed out in the article, the top teams all lost their bowl games. Yea Bama played 7 ranked teams, but that doesn't mean anything when the polls (ESPN) have an agenda to promote the league. They were clearly overrated. Not saying they were all bad teams, but no way should 5 or 6 teams in one division be ranked in the top 15 or whatever it was at one point.
I'm not disagreeing with anything you said, but it helps having a once in a lifetime QB who was underrated as a 4 star coming out of HS.
I don't know why, but I think a night (or early afternoon) on the town with those two would be a blast.
Yep-this or Def Lep.
Also MJ, Jason Aldean, and Sinatra for me (I listen to everything, will even sprinkle in some Wu Tang or DMX)
I want to say The Game, because I really think Urban tries to send a message to Jimmy, but it's on the road, and I don't ever take that one for granted. MSU is at the 'Shoe, and they lost some key players from both sides of the ball, so I'll roll with that one.
Damn the English language. Reading your comment has 2 completely different meanings depending on how you say "tear"
I've told my buddy, in the event of an apocalypse, there is 1 lure I need to never go without food. A 1/16oz Rooster Tail in just about any color, but the white and fire tiger are my 2 favorites. I've rarely, if ever been skunked throwing one of these. Several species will bite them, and not just small fish either. Put it on an ultralight combo with 4 or 6lb test, and have fun.
Not sure what you are using (live bait or artificial), but a lot of times, even just a subtle change is enough to trigger some bites.
He must be getting paid by views then.
Maybe I was, maybe I wasn't.
Stuff bamboo chutes under their fingernails every time they "wander." They'll get the idea when they can't fit their glove on their little hands anymore.
Edit-In all seriousness, I used to "coach" T-ball/pitching machine when I was in High School, with the age range being 4-6 i think. It's not easy that's for sure. We never really had practices, just played games, and the "coaches" would basically just rotate each game. It was more about making sure they followed the batting order and run the bases in the correct order.
Poop-Reynolds is who i meant, not Dobbs. Not sure why that's who i typed.
Anyways, during the ND game, Reynolds dropped a throwback pass that would have went for a huge gain in the 2nd half when they had ND on the ropes. Felt really bad for the guy because he goes all out and does everything well.
I think they would be considered depending on how impressive they look. I was at the OSU and ND games last year, and they had some big boys on that team, especially at fullback. Ricky Dobbs is one of the best they've ever had playing QB. They would have to be undefeated and essentially destroy every inferior team they play, and win convincingly against any team from a power 5 conference (and ND).