Haha, that was exactly my thought when I read that sentence. Gotta admire the chutzpah of the individual who drafted that release.
Can't wait to see the rings they get for that championship!
Yeah, but it specifically says families of players. I was thinking maybe band and cheerleading squads, but it sounds like the CFP money is only for players on the football team
They went to double-OT against a team ranked basically the same as them (8 vs 9 if i'm not mistaken?) That's about as close as you can get, so IMO they shouldn't have been moved down except maybe to swap places with A&M
EDIT: my bad, I thought Tennessee was above them last week. The way I see it, they did get bumped down one, but then Houston fell below them, which bumped them back up one. Still, super close loss against the team ranked even with them, not one I'm going to complain about.
Can someone explain the "125 families" part? If we all have up to 85 scholarship players, there's no way we have 40 walk-ons, right? Are they counting divorced families separately, in which case a player's mom and dad could both get 2500? Is it maybe other student staff like equipment managers?
I believe that's a sack. I feel like it changes week to week between sacks and turnovers though. I could be wrong.
How did 3 different possessions end at the end of a half?
Thank you! I was nearly convinced I was going insane. I was reading this and there were still 16 seconds in the third, thought maybe I was just getting a severely delayed feed. Then I started wondering if there even was a 90 minute delay, and maybe I was staying up this late for no reason, haha.
Turns out that in an effort to avoid going over on practice hours, they just haven't practiced at all.
Doesn't have to be an SEC change causing it. Didn't both Tennessee and Georgia schedule home and homes with us recently and then back out? Though I've heard we may have been the ones that cancelled the TN series, I don't really remember.
Meh, they've still got plenty of time to back out due to "scheduling conflicts"
Apparently he was the first superintendent of LSU, so that's actually incredibly fitting, haha
Couldn't find much about him, but apparently both hosts are from a website called The Ringer. It deals with pop culture and sports, and was created by Bill Simmons. Not sure if he's from Ohio, but it at least puts a little more context into why he'd randomly choose Urban as an example
Voodoo donuts, the inspiration for the pink doughnut box in the simpsons
and North Carolina. I've only seen one game of theirs this year (this week vs Duke) but they looked pretty darn good IMO
so is it a vitamin, or a steroid?
Not trying to be nitpicky, but pretty sure the offensive plays and yards per play are switched around. OSU had the 69 plays and 6.2 per play.
Hey! Don't blame me!
logged in just to upvote this, haha
I have never watched a wrestling match in my life (not including wcw and wwe of course, lol) but I am so ridiculously pumped for tomorrow's match, haha
That totally looks like a clip from a Key & Peele sketch. Keegan would play him so well, haha
it's sorted by number of losses. I too would prefer it be formatted by percentage, but looking through the table, the only people who are lower in percentage are 0% in only one or two tries
Hoke wouldn't fit in a selfie, so at least you're safe on that front