Doubt Tufele would pick USC now.
Tuipulotu is 247sports' #1 DT and the composite #5 DT. Tufele is the #2/#3. Sure USC would take both, but this would have to put a huge pause in Tufele's thinking that he was their big target.
2016 Malik Harrison.
On one hand, I wanted to know what this means for the Bucks: Nate stays kind of close, does that mean UFM stays 3ish years longer than he otherwise would...
...but on the other hand, UFM is so overwhelmingly "surprised" by this offer, my bigger wonder is "did UFM sell Fickell for a Nate scholarship?"
Sure, I have no idea how that would work but I'm finally watching season 4 of "House of Cards,"...so I know there is probably a way.
Jumping in here with a non-sequitur since it seemed important to you and who knows if you'll ever look back, but here you are so here I'll dump:
Just got this in my inbox:
I'm totally cool with a Harbaugh-v-NCAA fight to the death.
Why does every conflict need a good guy? Let the megalomaniac and evil corporation fight one out. They would make excellent comic characters, actually.
Best players will play. I imagine it'll be Booker, Baker, and Worley and they'll make the positions work.
You're failing the "buy low, sell high" relationship test.
And no, the Zabriskie Point soundtrack is not a turn-on alternative.
But as a Discovery Channel soundtrack (if you know what I mean), Animals leaves a bit to be desired.
Yeah. Five days is way too long to be in Las Vegas so the answer is definitely to rent a car and go to the Hoover Dam and/or Grand Canyon/Zion.
Don't think anything else even needs to be said.
Talk about adding a silencer to the conversation.
Don't be deceived. He's down voting himself with other accounts to get these sympathy up votes.
Buckeyes sure do make it easy on him.
"Link," Beat said with a bump.
Square feet. That's one thing that's safe from inflation.
Although these release seems to suggest just 1MM sqft of buildings...hopefully it means holding something hostage for more land as well. That would be more fun from the evil people turning everything into mixed-use space.