I don't understand when people get offended when someone doesn't like their sport. I'm a big baseball fan, but when people tell me they hate baseball because it's boring, I'm like "Mmk, DGAF bro".
And yet, they all have better mechanics than Tim Tebow.
I'd rather lose in the FIRST round of the NCAA tourney than win the NIT once.
A week of DJ Skull Sessions? I know what I'm doing every morning at work between 8:00-8:15 (the same thing I do every week, but I'll be slightly more excited).
I'm all for guys overcoming college rivalries at the next level - I even applaud it. But Lewan just seems like a bad person, period. It would serve Mewhort well to not get too close to characters like him if he desires success at the next level.
I was the best player in my little league when I was 12. Gonna go ahead and claim the 1996 AL MVP. Think we had a deep playoff run - I'll take the World Series MVP while we're at it.
It's cold out there - GOPHER it!
But, ESPN is known for their in depth analysis.
Funny how quickly these writers forget/change their perception of a team. Not only was this team loaded, but if we played currently and in the SEC (see Tigers, Auburn) and won the National Championship - we'd be a Team of Destiny!
Agreed, but I like tugging so much harder in the anti-SEC group. It feels less dirty.
As if I wasn't jacked enough (and incredibly unable to focus on work) at this point already.
I don't get it.
You also have to look at the reason WHY Hyde was suspended. Even though he was eventually exonerated, Heisman voters won't want someone who was suspended for a bar altercation with a female on the table. Although they did vote Manziel last year, so what do I know?
Also, I think any chance for a Miller or Hyde Heisman is sunk in the national media bias debate. Probably one reason you don't see either of them on the Heisman slate very often (in addition to other circumstances).
I feel so much dumber having read through this thread. We haven't lost in two years and our team is stocked with talented athletes with a ton of heart.
No excuses? How about no more undue criticism.
But College Station is so much more cultured than SoCal or Austin.
I think you meant highly analytical.
The most painful part of the whole process is starting as a clear #2, taking care of business, and dropping two spots. When's the last time that happened, if ever?
That's funny, I haven't seen them block anything all year.
You've got some dirt on your chest.
At Miami, that's not even considered a party.
This isn't where I parked my car.