Reddit.com/r/cfb has some fantastic posts about things to do in game cities from a local. Not sure if this week Oklahoma is up yet, but hopefully it is soon. I'll try to link it, but you can periodically check too.
Have you drunk alcohol? If yes, then you've used a drug. Legality doesn't really matter to BassDropper's point.
Fair point, lol. I don't like revealing too much information, but my username is outdated. I am currently in medical school.
I'm offended by your comment. /s
I'm not sure about his character since I don't know him, but it seems that he's handled the entire situation with a lot of maturity...your second comment honestly doesn't seem that relevant. Alcohol is way more dangerous and addictive, but no one cares only because it's legal (before you ask my credentials I am a rising medical professional and we have discussed this in lecture). I think pointing to addictive potential is a mute point in this instance at least.
See, a lot of people are saying the D line looked good yesterday, but I thought they were pretty mediocre compared to this year. Once Bosa was out the only way to bring pressure was blitzing a linebacker or running 3-4 with Lee coming in as the extra rusher. Also, the D-line run support was gone as soon as Bosa left. Maybe I'm just being a pessimist, but I was left wanting for more from our young guys yesterday.
You know, I don't deny there is personal responsibility. I also see your point about calling him a d-bag for suing, but imagine if you were terminated from a job instead of being given a chance to go to rehab and overcome the issue; it makes it difficult for addicts with problems to seek treatment if they risk unemployment (Yes, I do understand football coaching is different and perhaps not as applicable here). You don't have to be sarcastic and condescending about my "books." I'm only making a statement that I believe to be true, and hope that anyone suffering from addiction can overcome as you did. I am also happy that you had the family and friends to support you; it seems that Sarkisian is lacking that, an often important piece to overcoming the issue.
I would love to see Winfield here (assuming he interviews well) because the homer in me wants to see a Buckeye Alum start his career. Maybe Galloway and Winfield could tag team it.
Yeah, let's chill out on the demonization of people suffering from addiction. As a current medical student I can just say that addiction is difficult, complex, and really tough to overcome. Statements like yours can make it really tough for people with addiction to overcome it.
This is the stupidest thing I've read. As if tweeting makes athletes perform poorly...taking 20-30 minutes a day to spend on twitter is not gonna break your ability to play. I know Tyvis personally and the guy doesn't drink or party ever (despite all of us asking him to join us), and puts more work into football than I ever imagined someone would have time to do. Get off your high horse.
Yeah, I'm pretty certain Herman could've called into any of the current HC openings and had a good chance of being hired. He already supposedly turned down South Carolina.
I think a lot of people here are over valuing a conference title. The committee is tasked with finding the 4 best teams, but if there is a toss up then they look at conference championship, head to head match up, etc.
A 2 loss Florida is not in. The only possible 2 loss team in would maybe be Stanford.
There is no silver lining. We need this to have a shot at the playoffs.
I would venture to guess that at least CM&T would agree with the tweet, as would most of the other hosts probably. I agree with the sentiment at least for pass blocking.
Eh, I don't really think it's a stretch. They beat FSU who is better than anyone else we've played this year. They also beat ND in crap conditions and caused the firing of a head coach.
I'm convinced that Tyvis is the most clutch player of all time. He makes stupid mistakes all the time, but when it counts he's always there making the play.