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livinginthegrey


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Recent Activity

Comment 12 Dec 2014

why don't they walk over to their business school, ask a couple marketing professors to pass out an "extra credit" project and get their own to help them out.

they coud have hundreds of project submissions and then pick/chose the ideas the like.

Then they could reward everyone with free domino's pizza. Just kidding, give the kids the cash they save from NOT hiring the PR firm.

Comment 12 Dec 2014

If ttun gets their man, I believe he will have an instant impact on recruiting. If he is interested, then he knows he can make it happen and its only a matter of time until he/they can announce it. If this is the case, then it wouldn't surprise me that he is already targeting who he wants to flip once its officially announced. (don't let the 49ers know he's working on his next gig... but everyone knows it happens in real life employement situations.) He can target some key recruits and rebuild the class. He could have a wave up momentum heading into NSD.

yeah, I know, lots of "ifs".

Comment 10 Dec 2014

Does ignoring him or not watching him work? I don't have a 'Nielsen box' so no one knows what I watch. (Aside from the government, but I don't think they share)

Wouldn't those who are compensated to have companies track their viewing habits have to ignore him??

Comment 09 Dec 2014

I think any big 12 expansion would likely be east. WVU is struggling with travel and needs/wants schools in their area.

Comment 07 Dec 2014

I think we have put the committee in a very, very, tough spot. There are going to be vocal haters regardless of what they decide. The good news for college football is that the is EXACTLY why the committee is in place. To make the tough calls. 

Just like the BCS before them, it's easy when there are clear cut teams, they are in place to take the emotional bias away for the decision and make a call when they agruement could be made for 1, 2 or even 3 deserving teams  

Comment 29 Nov 2014

ACC!!! ACC!!!

louisville, Clemson, Ga tech, all beat the mighty sec.... 

Torn about Florida and Florida State. Part wants FSU to complete the ACC sweep, part wants Florida to knock them off. If I didn't think the committee was going to keep us out because of JT's injury regardless of FSU losing, I would be more for the gators. 

Comment 13 Nov 2014

Users who read a forum topic, don't like the topic or read something similar last week, but continue to read all the comments and complain about duplicate threads or relevancy.  

Comment 27 Oct 2014

Regardless of where she works, I commend her for commanding that type of salary. 

Wouldn't we all like to get paid more? Why beat her up for being able to negotiate a top dollar job? 

Comment 17 Oct 2014

I thought Sanchez's best Pro moment (side-line or the field) was the nose-pick then wipe-on Brunell.

Comment 16 Oct 2014

one of you Xs and Os guys can tear this comment up... but here goes

What if an Offensive Cooridinator (in this developmental league) worked on a new offensive style. One that used all the dual-threat, athletic college QBs all at the same time. Line up 4-5-6 players in multiple positions, all that could run, pass and catch. Imagine Denard Robinson, Terrelle Prior, Keenan Reynolds, Jeremiah Masoli and Jordan Lynch (first five that came to mind) lined up as QB, RBs and WRs. Design a few custom plays that takes advantage of each one's skill set, and every play could be a run/pass option or read/option based on how the defense adjusted to each play.  You could have 8-12 (or how ever many a normal offense has) on your team and play the best ones. The team would be able to find replacements each year, as guys retired, and new college QBs get cut from NFL teams

no one would/could attempt this in NFL as the stakes are too large.

What do you think??

Comment 13 Oct 2014

I work in N. Kentucky and have to deal with the UK radicals all day long...

The yokals are suddenly talking football (???) and they were concerned that Stump and Harris were very close and were worried that if one went to OSU, then they both would.

These guys talk a good game about being connected, and they're likely NOT,  but just maybe, for once, I want them to be "in the know."