Welp, my day just became a lot less productive.
Even if I never cared for the teams he coached or universities he represented, Coach Holtz has always been a class guy. And, I can't believe I'm saying this, I'm really gonna miss watching him on Saturday afternoons.
Be well, Coach.
I like that policy. I'm gonna enjoy this fuckin' ride, too.
He's the best receiver in the NFL, and he drop kicked your punter... How do you not know his name?
Faux pas, DJ.
My thoughts exactly. I find it hard to believe that the blame lies anywhere else but him and the academic advisors at IMG for not staying on top of his grades.
Aside from that, best of luck to him. He's got the potential to be an animal on the field.
Welcome, and best of luck, young man. I hope you're hungry.
Exactly. Cowherd routinely makes obvious mistakes, and when called on it, pulls his douchebag mask off and reveals himself to be a pompous, rarely prepared, little kid. He was amazing 7-8 years ago when first went national... Loved the guy. But his ego has taken off to the point where several times a show he brings up the fact that he owns a wine store as a way to differentiate himself from the rest of the plebeians lucky enough to be tuning into him. With the loss of SVP from the airwaves, I have no reason to listen to the WWL.
Please come back, Van Pelt.
I'm dealing with this news very well.
Cocktails and dreams, young Flanigan...
I'm pretty sure every male OSU fan was far too intoxicated to "perform" properly anyway.
The Stones concert is going to be so awesome that I might literally rock my face off.
As a former resident of Atlanta and a friend to many UGA alums/fans, this saddens and delights me at the same time. It's like a victory without ever having to play the game.
I was in a wedding last month in Atlanta, and made a friendly wager back in December with a Bama grad who was also in the wedding. Needless to say, he wore an OSU tie at the rehearsal dinner. His shoulders slumped in a way never seen before that evening.
I'm looking forward to the VT rematch almost like a Michigan game... I mean, not these days, but back when it was competitive.
Best of luck, kid.
Amari Cooper is basically pulling the third grade "Yeah I have a girlfriend. You don't know her because she goes to a different school. We make out all the time."
What's up with Duke athletes becoming Buckeyes as soon as they can leave Durham?
Remember... It only takes one person to buy. Doesn't matter what the other 30 people in the room think after that.
FYI... Guy Fieri wouldn't know a 4 star restaurant if one hit him square in the face. He's more of a Friday's/Applebee's/Chili's character.
Also, he hangs out at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo with, I shit you not, a 10-person entourage. Because that's how immensely cool Guy is.
So, you're implying that if EzE strolled into The Jake and threw out the first pitch with a Steeler hat on, no one in all of Cleveland fandom would react negatively? Come on, man.
There are wackos in every team's backyard. At least he isn't Phyllis from Mulga.
At this point, I think I might hate Wisky nearly as much as UM.
Fuck Bo Ryan.
Good article. However, the title is a bit misleading. It would take Frank Kaminsky having a three-way with Kate Upton and Taylor Swift on top of a mountain of tax free money inside the Ferarri factory for me to be even slightly jealous of anything Wisconsin fans are cheering about.
At this point, we're not talking about a possible thousand or two-thousand yard season. With our line, and advances in modern technology, it's not inconceivable for EzE to hit a minimum of 4k on the ground. And, for obvious reasons, he'll be the first collegiate running back to also win the NFL offensive rookie of the year award once all yards from scrimmage are factored in. That's using a conservative 2k receiving, which will pad his total yards from scrimmage to around 6k. He should be a pro-bowler before he hits the league. It's just science.
There it is. The best thing I've read all day.