Probably tired of people on Twitter telling them to stop tweeting and get back in the weight room, despite the fact that those tweeting at them likely haven't sniffed a gym in decades.
Domers always have an overblown opinion of their own importance, even though their team hasn't done anything relevant since the late 80s. I don't think it's irritation at them badmouthing TTUN as much as it is that they have absolutely nothing recent to crow about besides this past season's head-to-head. Just remind them of the last three times we've played them, and they'll shut up really quickly.
You wouldn't think Snape, being Snape, would have such lax security on his Potions supplies. It's a wonder various parts of the castle weren't blown up every other week (I'm looking at you, Seamus).
TTUN. Talent differential won't matter. Harbaugh will have that team breathing fire, and we will get their best shot and then some.
Well, after Voldemort ended up under Quirrell's turban, maybe they didn't want to take any chances.
There’s also the story about why Herman gave his son two middle names, one of them being “Danger” (hint: it’ll play well with girls).
My God... it looks like they let loose a bunch of wolverines in the place!
He'll just tell recruits that they're going to play Stanford football, and they'll commit right then and there.
It's an automatic championship hire.
How right you are! Experience, schmexperience. It's turned out great for Nick Siciliano, hasn't it?
Stupid misleading headline!
Beat me to it!
"And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers... and you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee."
So my post didn't meet your subjective standards of originality. I won't lose any sleep over it. Get over yourself.
Well, excuse me for offending your frail sensibilities. I was hoping to get some insight on a particular aspect of the situation that I found interesting. Many other people managed to post without having a fit about it having been discussed elsewhere. And I'm sorry I didn't comb every post on the site to make sure I wasn't copying a topic. I will be much more careful in the future, so that I don't give anyone else an aneurysm over a forum post. My apologies.
Who defecated in your Cheerios? I mentioned Cardale once in the original post, and I'm asking about the possibility of a platoon for next year. There was no forum topic on such a thing, so I posted. Take a nap.
I keep saying that he needs to go someplace and have what amounts to an apprenticeship behind one of the Mannings, Romo, Rodgers, Roethlisberger, etc. He needs to go to a team with a relatively stable QB situation so he's not ruined by being pushed onto the field too soon. But yes, for his size, arm strength, and other reasons, he does have considerable draft stock. Maybe not first or second round, but he has gotten the NFL's attention.
Checked the forum and there wasn't a similar topic. Excuse the hell out of me.
Granted, but that's because Coop made the right decision as to which guy he trusted to finish out the game. Not so much the case for Tress against Texas in 2005 with Zwick and Troy.
Cardale's decision makes sense, unfortunately. He's 22, has a family to take care of, his stock is high as it's going to get, and he's not guaranteed to start next year. I don't blame him for taking the money and running.
Mike Thomas, on the other hand, needs to stick around. If there's any truth to this, his Uncle Keyshawn needs to put a foot up his ass.