I don't think I will ever get used to this.
GG, a big agree.
I have this idea of you being a former player now retired from law or a humanities faculty position, who's having fun deconstructing sports media a la derrida.
Whatever his eventual decision, I admire his attitude regarding the present and very near future two games. He knows the importance of his upcoming performance--he's definitely not a peppers.
It's how someone real, prepares.
I'm guessing that he's making a jab at that Houston booster--something, honestly, I'm not very much a fan of if the accusations are all true. I don't think he realizes that admin's and regents have very long memories--or, he so sure he's going to light it up at ut, none of it will matter--the place Herbstreit called a cesspool.
I was going to say your irony's dating you but then I read 'Pele", hah
Spend less, practice and practice more--hah
stopped 85 of 87 shots in the series
Yeah, just to add, 'regression' assumes many things to be the same or similar over the past three years, that just simply can't be assumed--just as in the statistics model. The fact is the guy has led teams that win, and he's got some (healthy) time now to prepare himself and this team to see how far they all can go. The Game and making it to the CFP, what a remarkable achievement already.
If I've learned anything this season, it's that so much of his passing is dependent upon his team and staff--not unlike Cardale's during his post-season sweep.
He's been like that from the beginning: eyes of an NBL, natural born leader ...
from Wichita Falls (pop 105k).
Three of them I don't see at all--well, one of three I still see chasing after JT with no luck and being taken out of the last play of The Game by Weber.
Taylor Sandbothe set the pace for Ohio State with 16.5 points including six kills.
All of it very exciting achievements. Congratulations
I cited that line because I really think football needs some new terms. If I never hear 'touches' again in the context of football ....
Another great photo--that's a center pulling. He can't be passed over in favor of someone else. He's as athletic as he's huge, and his reputation and character precede him.
I'm always going to remember how he stepped into The Game, just as I'm always going to remember how Dontre had to step out, hahah.
Eh, it's one thing I know among a bizillion things I don't.
It's just simply great to see again any Buckeye receiver all by his lonesome for 6.
They just want the actual site traffic (unlike FB, which just makes numbers up). Not a problem
a 63-10 run
I'm having a very hard time wrapping my head around that.
I wonder if UFM isn't channeling his inner Woody
Cannot say how many times I've thought that, but then he calls a fake punt deep in his own territory.
WHAT I WANT TO SEE IS PLAYCALLING THAT ASSISTS YOUNG AND DEVELOPING O-LINE PLAYERS who will one day be stud star players but right now need some cleverness to support their play some. They reach bama, god knows they will need it. I dislike psu's staff but they have done what they needed to do in support of their o-line and, when playing us, exploiting ours.
I like it--a lot.
I first read the title (no glasses) as
"IF TIM BECK LET LOOSE ..."
I like my my mistake better than the wilson alternative.
Just on the side, what the cfp committee decides along how these polls have gone makes me wonder about how 'interpretative' things will be in the future when it comes to the actual cfp selection. With a departure from the conference championship results, the fans may end up with another layer of poll-sorta subjective decision making process, although from a far smaller group with the final say and this 'say' only about the who's a top-four team.
contrition at his age would just be another lie
Congratulations, keep it going
A solid div1 fbs team enriches the university as a whole. In TX these days, it's a major asset and highly coveted. Don't know the guy, but he could very well be thinking of the school, too.