I said some really crappy things to one of the writers on this (outstanding!) web site...and I haven't posted again until now.
LOL. So the article says he know how to work Congress; I say he doesn't. And my comment is "politically charged". So you're saying I was right all along? Brilliant!! Let's drop it, ok?
You really think he knows how to work Congress? If so, you're not paying attention.
Appreciate your clarification, Eric. Thanks
This is the best web site on the internet and the writers (and readers) are second to none, but the opening comment seemed like a blatant plug for the president (something we were strictly told to avoid). I read and enjoyed the article, but yes, that opening was pretty bad given the guidelines we were provided.
"Whether it's a panel of his most trusted advisors, the U.S. Congress, or a football team, President Barack Obama knows how to work a room."
I thought this wasn't going to be politicized?
I sometimes wonder how many "Cardale Jones" there are on the team and in college football in general. You know, players that don't ever get the chance to play, but, if they were given the chance, become stars? Kinda like Kurt Warner in pro ball years ago. I guess we'll never know.
Absolutely, DC. Many thanks to the 11W team for the outstanding content. I'd be lost without it.
I agree, but for different reasons. I don't see how it's the NCAA's or the school's responsibility to see that parents (or anyone else, for that matter) make it to the games. Where does this end? Should they also pay for parents to see regular season games? You can argue "that's different", but it's a slippery slope. Next thing you know, people will be claiming "It's my right!".
Michigan Man: 11 upvotes on a Buckeye web site. Well played, M-Man.
Take you lame BS somewhere else, Skid. This isn't about YOU, it's about a new commit. Welcome him and let others enjoy the news.
Anything has to be better than the current system, but I don't get the consideration for injuries. Why is that a factor and how do you weight it?