"Good. Use your aggressive feelings, Jamal. Let the hate flow through you."
Had Currito the first week of classes with a couple of friends. I got the same order I usually get at Chipotle (or at least as close to it as possible for comparison purposes), and I'd say it's a slight step below Chipotle and Qdoba. However, I do have friends who started to swear by Currito, going there three times in four days.
I think the variety provided by Currito puts it in a different niche than Chipotle/Qdoba, though. Those two are fighting for the more of a Mexican imitation of a burrito while Currito is in a different market. It may provide a burrito (putting it in that market, I guess), but it's more of the sandwich platform than a purely Mexican place. It's in the Subway market, moreso.
So, put me on #teamChipotle, but Currito has its time and place.
Q should be the only one shooting 3's right now, and they're not getting him the ball.
Why are they switching the online feed to the USM/Memphis game? It's clearly on my television.
In addition to the lack of title for us, I'm kinda salty over the fact that our chances of seeing Craft/Burke for the (most likely) final time have greatly diminished. If there's any match-up I love seeing in basketball, it's been those two.
Oh well. Now's time for "Survive and Advance".
Glad to see he is actually trying to fix the problem. He was a 73% free throw shooter last year, so it was abnormal that his FT percentage dropped so low this year. Ken Pomeroy has a good write-up about it in his blog...
Completely agree with this post.
I think that 16 is the maximum size before you set-up yourselves for future splits. (and even that is pushing it). 12 is just perfect; I just wish we would have had a 9 game conference schedule.
However, I don't mind the 16 if we do a pod system. I want to play every team as much as possible while maintaining our traditional games. If we are able to do that in addition to setting up the conference well for the future, I'll be okay with the expansion.
It's an interesting idea for a quad-divisional set-up. I'd tweak your divisions a little (switch Indiana or Illinois with Michigan State) because even though The Game is the most important rivalry, I'm sure that Michigan State/Michigan wouldn't be too pleased not playing every year.
I had originally thought up a sixteen team conference with a mere 3 divisional games and 6 rotating games (so you can play everyone else twice every four years), but I had trouble making the divisions balanced with this set-up. My divisions (due to rivalries were)...
...which is terribly unbalanced (especially in the two central divisions). However, it would be pretty good for Ohio State in terms of strength of schedule (assuming Penn State comes back from their sanctions eventually). Plus, I didn't have room for semi-finals.
So, overall, I like yours a little better with the whole semi-final idea, but the only thing I'm not too big of a fan of is there are still certain schools you're going to play once in a blue moon.
Gives an explanation of his voting scheme.
I just read on ESPN that this was the first time in school history we've made a SS three straight seasons. That's surprising...
Nice comment on the finals. Personally, I prepared for Finals by watching 65 different basketball games Thursday-Sunday.
Speaking of the women's team, they absolutely got snubbed with their seed. I'm not a huge women's basketball, but most of ESPN's experts say that they were under-seeded for sure. They had a rough couple of weeks to end the season, but nowhere near as bad to obtain an 8.