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mh277907


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Comment 22 hours ago

Interesting. I haven't gotten that sense at all. But yea, that's good advice. 

Comment 24 Apr 2015

Clemson has beaten Ohio State and Oklahoma in their past two bowl games. That's no national championship but it isn't exactly easy.

Comment 23 Apr 2015

I am so sorry that only having a few night games in November north of the Mason Dixon line has ruined B1G football for you. Then again, it's probably not the night games that ruined it for you. It's probably the fact that the conference has screwed PSU out of countless games with corrupt officiating or the fact that the conference wasn't willing to defend the university and the enabler it had as a coach that really caused your hatred for the B1G, right? That's like the daily conversation on Audibles, isn't it?

Comment 22 Apr 2015

I have to admit- this is a first for me. Never have I seen someone intentionally leave something out of their OP so that they could include it as the first comment to collect downvotes. Upvote from me. 

Comment 22 Apr 2015

I should have clarified. I didn't mean a list of what rules were broken. I meant a list of the actual comments that got the individual sent to jail. 

Comment 21 Apr 2015

The perceived hate between cities within this state is vastly overstated and people are wildly over sensitive to it.

Comment 21 Apr 2015

I still wish we had a weekly update on the reasons behind people getting sent to jail. 

Comment 21 Apr 2015

Bama fans are saying their team doctor was in DC yesterday, meet with Braxton and cleared him. 

Yes, as it turns out Urban had his doctors lie and say Braxton would not be medically cleared so that Ohio State could get to the 85 scholarship mark... #oversigning #bringingtheSECtotheB1G #urbanliar

Comment 21 Apr 2015

Remember, all the ESPN geniuses said Meyer's Read/Option would never work in the SEC... too fast, too brutal.

That is simply not true. If you remember, Urban Meyer was the one who started the SEC reign of dominance by hammering Ohio State. Before that, there was no SEC bias (or, not nearly as bad as it was). No one ever said Urban's system couldn't work in the SEC because it was Urban's system that started it all. And the SEC isn't the NFL. As we were made aware of this past bowl season, the talent level in the SEC is not much greater than everywhere else. So, the argument that people were wrong about the zone read not working in the SEC, even though I contest that those words were ever spoken, wouldn't be relevant because we are talking apples and oranges; the SEC and the NFL.  

Tebow took a 1-5 loser Bronco team and made it to the play-offs.

Let's take a look at who he beat:

Dolphins - finished 6-10, missed playoffs

Oakland - finished 8-8, missed playoffs

Kansas City - finished 7-9, missed playoffs

New York (A) - finsihed 8-8, missed playoffs

San Diego - finished 8-8, missed playoffs

Minnesota - finished 3-13, missed playoffs

Chicago - finished 8-8, missed playoffs

They then proceeded to get hammered by the Pats 41-23, the Bills 40-14, and KC beat them 7-3. They beat the Steelers then get absolutely embarrassed by the Pats again 45-10. 

I get that Tebow has won some games so that therefore makes him a "winner." But he has also lost a whole bunch of games and his stats have not been pretty- win or lose. And if someone can successfully run that offense consistently in the NFL then I will say that Tebow could be an everyday starter in the NFL. But no one has ever done that. 

Comment 20 Apr 2015

To be fair, Urban isn't going to say publicly that the best (arguably) collegiate player that he has ever coached isn't an NFL caliber guy. 

We know he is a great guy and players seem to respect him for the most part but there is a reason he has been out of the league for 2 years and there is a reason why his stats were not good when he was in the league. 

What I find odd is how polarizing he is. A lot of people like to build him up and say he's a winner and the hardest worker and a great lockeroom guy. Then there are plenty of people who absolutely hate him. To me, he's nothing more than a mediocre NFL (for now) QB. Idk why people make such a big deal over him.

Comment 20 Apr 2015

People love to give him tons of credit for beating the Steelers in the playoffs. As a Browns fan, I know that you cannot take a playoff victory for granted (hell, you can't even take making the playoffs for granted), but he seems to get quite a pass from people because of that win. I'm with you though- I am not sure what people see in him skill wise when it comes to playing QB in the NFL. He hasn't been good at all.