Reaaaaally delayed reply (sorry), but I was referring to the fact that LA funding is in jeopardy. LSU is likely looking at institutional equivalent of bankruptcy. Even though their accreditation might be ok, their departments (and therefore educational quality) will suffer.
Wiscy. Beat bama to legitimize the B1G championship.
I don't know about osu's Chem E program, but my brother went to UC and is working for marathon. Also, I've got to imagine that a Chem E from a good institution like osu would be better than a petrol degree from a place like lsu.
Seems a bit odd that someone would not go to Ohio state because they don't have a very specific major (both of my brothers work in the oil industry with Chem E degrees), but would take a chance on a school that may not have solid funding (lsu)...
lol trash talking is part of the game. perhaps you have not met cardale jones.
I agree; my sentiments were more directed towards a feeling that our players have been generally undervalued.
The thing I hate is that they undervalue our guys (who dominated top draft picks), and when it turns out they're actually good and win starting positions, they're not getting paid as much as the first round busts.
But how about Braxton with decent receivers? It's not like there's a great disparity among the three qb's in terms of accuracy (all within mid 60s and again Braxton had bad WR). Not to mention the whole "cardale can throw it the furthest therefore he should start" thing doesn't matter unless we need to throw a Hail Mary from the 20. If Braxton is healthy (like actually healthy) he should be able to throw it 50 yards which should be enough in most cases.
Well if tylerbush12 can be trusted, it's his left ankle ("because his grandpa broke his ankle to"). But he's 12, so there's that.
Him talking about years of eligibility and the fact that cardale/JT were fortunate to have good skill players really does say to me that this is an open race. I know he's already said that before, but this really solidifies to me that Braxton truly could get the job.
... On his forehead with each tattoo having the same on its forehead
I think the whole thing is ridiculous to assume that he thinks he doesn't have a chance at competing with JT and cardale. He was an incredible QB that carried the team when we had NO ONE. He could be phenomenal with a good OL/WR group, so it makes no sense for him to go and compete in a new system with new players and coaches against guys who already know it.
I must say, although this is basically fabricated/exaggerated, it's really annoying how players/media say "oh, Ohio state already has too many at that position", but that doesn't happen at Alabama or other similar schools.
"know everything about football, we're SECCCC fans"
Is that a drawn out C or are they repeating the C? When they're repeating the C, it means they're broken and usually need to be hit on the head to stop it. The drawn out C is normal for them, but that can also be interrupted with a hit on the head if they get stuck.
Exactly. This is the main reason I don't believe he would want to transfer. I think he would have a difficult time getting acclimated to a new school, team, coach with his personality. Set aside the fact that he can't fully practice probably till August, and he still would need to form relationships with new players and coaches. I just can't see him wanting to do that.
Correct (re: your final statement).
Thought this was gonna be a thread about the panda bear (technically jane) song... Oh well :/
To be honest, I'd rather people think the B1G is bad and be proven wrong continuously and convincingly than people praise the B1G and turn against it when something bad happens (e.g., 2006).
probably a very similar outcome, but a more consistent pass rush. according to ash, that was a very basic defensive play that led to the int.
I'm going to be mean while you worry about the safeties: grrrr
Saban's sad moobs.
Reminds me of NYE games (and same for next year's playoffs)-- I could only half watch them because of plans.
He always has the guys hitting their stride in February-March. For this sport, you can't ask for much more than that (and getting top recruiting classes to a "football school")
Soooo who's peter clemenza in this scenario?
seems like he'd be slamming on his brakes too often and then ramping over other cars. unsafe. friends don't let friends let braxton drive