Trolling is just another way in which I am unsuccessful at fishing, usually for bass, northern pike, and walleye.
And it is good for UMN to lose once in a while. Hockey is very big up here, and the Gophers have built a solid program, but there are several other very good teams that could compete in the B1G.
Congratulations for the seniors, but I can hardly watch us shoot free throws any more.
I like all recruits with the name Jones.
Luke might be better off if he just stopped trying to answer questions like that.
I have always thought that beer was a great sports drink, as well as a non-sports drink.
Yes, he seems bored and completely disinterested. I sure that Upper Deck is proud.
A great athlete and a great kid. While he may redshirt, his tape shows that he makes good decisions and plays above his age level.
There is nothing like Mardi Gras in Nawlins. By the way, where the hell is Cajun these days?
While the virus will not have a skull, I thought the image appropriate for a skull session link.
Marotti is a master psychologist, just like Urban.
I have hated both physical therapists I have had over the years, and I am sure that I would hate him during my training.
I have zero respect for Mush, but I have respected Richt over the years. Georgia has run a pretty good program in the center of SEC territory, but overall he has seemed to be a pretty reasonable guy. I think he is just mildly agreeing with the premise to keep the party line going.
Finally, some football! Just wondering, if Cameron Johnson is back in the fold, I was not aware that he wandered away. And another year of Herman/Miller sounds very nice, almost as comfortable as my office chair.
This is awsome! Of course Rich can't act, but getting Sandra Bullock into the film? I might have to watch that a few more times.
I would rather have the top players commit when they are certain rather than have them commit early only to flip elsewhere because they made an emotional decision. (See MI for reference.)
Also, it is interesting that more top players are looking at MSU this year. They have made strides to improve things (facilities, stadium), but I think they are still far behind the top two of the B1G.
ok, 419. Now that you threw out that metaphor, there is a mental picture that will be hard to erase.
I know he meant that we have the largest alumni base in the nation, but I some may get the impression that we have the largest alumni from the dudes that always get tv face time in the fall:
The thing that was most impressive to me is the "Buckeye family," they have the largest alumni in the nation
Holy cow, 6' 9", 305. I wonder if he is related to Carson Palmer?
Just looked at it for the first time, Brooklyn, and there seems to be lots of good, random stuff there. I like the variety of comments on the topics.
I like seeing which staff post under the Buckshots section now. It seems like DJ posts tons of articles, and his always-entertaining snarky style is great, especially when he is excited about something.
During the off-season, I look forward to threads about beer and whiskey. I hope this next couple of months will include threads about vodka, gin, and particularly rum (generally Bacardi gold for me, thank you). I have noticed the Premium lounge is not quite as busy these days.
At least he will enjoy February winter in Columbus and not Minnesota; -12 this morning with -30 wind chill.
Thanks, Jason. You probably noted that before, but the reminder is good for those of us still adjusting to the new site.