I hate the gambling, crappy shows, phony architecture and weird lights. Plus I get stuck going there a lot for work to give talks at conferences. Thank God for Hofbrauhaus, Double Down Saloon, Crown and Anchor, and Ellis Island.
JT. As a Washington fan, RG III looked really bad last time he was playing two years ago. So even if he is healthy, he may get beat out by someone else on Cleveland's roster (which I can't see happening to JT this year). Even with replacing a ton of talent OSU's line is going to do a better job than Cleveland's in pass protection. Although JT will probably have a lot more designed runs. Both have a history of injuries.
Crap, now I have root against him. Hopefully he gets 2,000 yards a year on an 0-16 Cowpokes team.
I hate the Raiders and Las Vegas, so I hope this happens. Also it would be funny to see the NFL get sued on this. I'll also wish for the Manziel to Raiders to happen. If Namath was Broadway Joe, what would be Manziel's Vegas nickname? Joker's Wild Johnny, Striptease Johnny, Roulette Wheel Johnny?
Thanks Fairfax. Assume you are in VA. fyi, I work over in Arlington
Like others have said, I would like to see that this person never got out of jail. I did google what constitutes first degree murder in Louisiana. You can read the whole thing here http://www.legis.la.gov/legis/law.aspx?d=78397
I'm not a lawyer, but this looked like some of the key provisions from my quick read that I cut and pasted below:
§30. First degree murder
A. First degree murder is the killing of a human being:
(3) When the offender has a specific intent to kill or to inflict great bodily harm upon more than one person.
C. (1) If the district attorney seeks a capital verdict, the offender shall be punished by death or life imprisonment at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence, in accordance with the determination of the jury. The provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 782 relative to cases in which punishment may be capital shall apply.
(2) If the district attorney does not seek a capital verdict, the offender shall be punished by life imprisonment at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence. The provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 782 relative to cases in which punishment is necessarily confinement at hard labor shall apply.
Looks like the staff is going to see some great QB battles the next few years.
Not much of a story, but as a MD fan and long-time Duke hater, I still enjoyed this. I think most people in the ACC hate Duke less for Coach K, and more because they have the most obnoxious fan base by far in hoops. TTUN and Bama football fans would have to sink quite a bit to get to their level. K on the other hand with the winning, players not screwing up, seems more like Knight without the random violence.
Does ND also join the B10 on academic/research issues, like Johns Hopkins with lacrosse and academics, or is this just a hockey move?
Looking back over the old college all star vs NFL champ results, I should probably say if they played now the pros would win more than 90% of the time. Yes, the colleges won 9 and tied 2 in 42 games, but they won 2 and tied 2 in the first 5 years. The pros won the last 12 times.
I agree with the author's premise. I do think if they started up the old college all-stars vs Superbowl champs the college kids would win some of the time. But like in the olden days, because the pro's didn't take the games very seriously. I get the argument that the pro's work out much more now, but so do the college kids. Try watching the 69 Rose Bowl and then the 2003 Fiesta Bowl or the playoff semifinals with Bama or the championship with Oregon (if you have the DVDs/BDs). Its insane how much bigger the players look in 2003 or 2015 vs 1969. So I think the college kids still win every third or fourth time, assuming they don't do anything to make the pro's take it more seriously like offering large amounts of money to players on the winning team. Then the college kids are toast.
Already did before reading your comment. Great minds think alike, but visa versa so you are in trouble.
Plus why do you think OSU should only lock up B10 honorable mention all conference players?
What was the name of the place? I go to Phoenix just about every year for business, and might want to stop in its anywhere near the convention center. Of course wearing Buckeye gear.
Not most cupcakes, all. This was MD's highest scoring game this year.
Besides here in MD, gotta love the softshells and steamed crabs, and oysters.
Decent list except for including Curry. Way too early for that.
As a Washington fan, not sure about the high maintenance comment on RG3. At his size, he will probably be injury prone if he continues to run. He seemed to get worse at holding the ball too long and having happy feet under pressure. I was always surprised Chip didn't have Philly look at more running QB's, but maybe he will look at RG3 after he gets cut.
Does TTUN being better than OSU mean MSU won the CFP?
I thoroughly enjoyed the game last night. Barely rooted for Clemson (growing up in MD, they were rivals for ACC crown actual football schools like FSU and Miami joined, so I still hate them). Was I sorry OSU did not make it, of course. But I enjoy the college NY bowls and championships more than the Super bowl, and try and take the next day off so I can get drunk watching them. Still pissed that I had to travel years ago and watch a Super bowl, March Madness, and OSU's Sugar Bowl win over Arkansas.
Cautiously optomistic. Lots of talent leaving, but that is also because of the massive talented recruiting and player development. I get the OP's statement about Bama just reloading, but I think OSU has the ability to do that as well, at least getting through the Big 10. Looking at the table in this article which puts OSU at #3 for cumulative recruiting classes, next closest is TTUN at 17, then Nebraska and Sparty at 25 and 29. On the OSU schedule OU is at 13. But the inexperience factor may trip them up 2 or more times and knock them out of the playoff picture.
As a Washington fan, I definately don't see that coming, at least not this year.
You can't tell anything from this video. He has already been dragged outside, there is no audio of what is being said. Or why one bouncer had him in a chokehold when others are dragging the guy out. I used to frequent one bar where the bouncers loved to start stuff, call for backup on their walkie talkies, then swarm and beat the shit out of people.
3-5th round sounds about right. As others have mentioned Steelers or Patriots would be good teams to sit on the bench and develop. Dallas might be another. As a Washington fan I would not be happy with any of them but they would be good.