I think 66-0 qualifies as a curb stomping.
Languages aren't static. It's the langauge that's being bastardized. The dictionaries are just keeping track of it.
Did you forget the sarcasm font or did you go to school in the southern states?
He threw a perfect deep ball to Corey Smith against VT.
Whatever your goal, upvote for the Mad Anthony Wayne reference.
You wouldn't take Bud Foster?
JT Barrett's arm strength is not an issue. He throws a nice deep ball. The deep ball Corey Smith dropped was a beauty. JTB can make every throw he needs to in college.
Ha, commas are critical.
Bell's Expedition Stout. It's quite expensive but worth it once in a while for special occasions.
My only question is what the hell is Cameron Johnston holding?
Pretty sure they have enough embarrassment on their plate right now.
It's all fun and games until you soak your firearm.
On the other hand, that strategy backfired pretty badly for USC. It seems like more of a crapshoot than anything else.
I'm pretty sure they have to wait for the disciplinary proceedings to run their course before they can take his scholarship. It's a purely procedural timing issue.
That being said, to hell with ttun.
That rule sounds pretty illegal. Racial quotas tend to be frowned upon (see, e.g., Regents of the University of California v. Bakke).
Heard from a recruiting coordinator who had talked with the staff that Grant et al were largely held back by a scheme that was too complicated for them. This year they have simplified everything to just let the kids play. So we may not have any Narduzzi-like schematic advantages, but at least our LBs should be flying around this year. And with the athletes we have, letting them fly around on a few basic calls could go a long way.
I always liked Pat Summitt. Someone needs to force her and Tom Izzo to spawn a hideous, terryifying, yet unstoppable basketball coach.
Plenty of empty store fronts to go around!
That contraption is hilarious.
I obviously like the 'stache as well.
Yes, the good teams are in the East.
Rob Ford was my favorite thing for a while, but this new apologetic phase is totally ruining it for me.
Throughout Braxton Miller's career at Ohio State, however, he's proven he's not that kind of guy.
This can't be overstated. He may not have brought home the biggest of prizes yet (though he still has time to do so), but he has never brought anything but good press to OSU. I think sometimes this is overlooked because he doesn't publicly flaunt how good of a person he is like a former UFM quarterback that comes to mind.
What I don't understand about these proposals is what's stopping them? Whose approval do these presidents and chancellors need to make these proposals working policies? Isn't this something that all schools could enact of their own volition, or am I missing something?