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Comment 22 Oct 2014

Auto correct doesn't like cus, it does know about cis and trans molecules though apparently.

Comment 22 Oct 2014
63-14, lets talk a lot of crap the year after that, cis that'll help. I'll just leave el Guapo here.
Comment 20 Oct 2014

If both Mississippi teams win out and only one loses a head to head matchup with the other then I have no problem with both being selected, I don't think that will happen, and I don't think there will be too much controversy around the 4 that do get selected. A 1 loss B1G school who wins the conference championship game would get in. An SEC team no matter how many losses their top team has will get in. A lot of teams are going to lose games between now, and the end of the season, it'll all work itself out.

Comment 09 Oct 2014

Oh snap, I didn't mean to walk into a book club meeting, I'll see myself out.

Comment 08 Oct 2014

If Gibson becomes a WR I'd disagree with you as all signs say he could absolutely be an NFL wideout, and I haven't heard many so bold as to say Burrow has that ceiling just yet. QB who knows you may be right maybe not, but I'd hate to bet against an athlete of Gibsons caliber being able to make magic happen at any position in any sport he felt like dedicating himself to.

Comment 03 Oct 2014

Squirrel you've been grumpy lately, are you getting enough sleep?

It's the internets people, everyone can say whatever they want, and we don't all need to call them dumb for wanting to say it.

Comment 03 Oct 2014

Two replies here. A: Why because he might think that all the marshmallows are floating away? Or B: He already can't tell the difference between Ohio U and Ohio State.

Comment 03 Oct 2014

The biggest thing that stood out to me here is the size of Oregon's footprint on that map. If it wasn't for Boise State in there they'd be completely dominating in Risk.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

Not always true, a lot of programs will release guys in those situations.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

Are you suggesting that global warming may hurt our chances with Baker?

Comment 26 Sep 2014

One of those cool moments that sports gives you. When they asked about his thoughts coming into the game he said he was just trying not to cry while playing. Not a moment that any of us will ever have a clue what it felt like for him, but it was cool to watch.

And after that I don't think he should play anymore, up until that ending I would have said heck why not. But to go and maybe end your career with a strikeout in a loss at Fenway? Hell no. Ride off into the sunset with that stupidly attractive Genie you're dating.

Comment 18 Sep 2014

Long long ways to go on that one. Hawks corps was pretty unreal all around.

Comment 18 Sep 2014

Yes absolutely. It comes from practice and experience and the type of vision you're talking about is absolutely a learned skill. All the other things that factor into it such as fast twitch  muscle (how quickly you react to what you see) is a little different.

This isn't to say that some people don't pick it up much quicker than others, and their brains don't process things differently. But it's the same thing as an outfielder reacting to a ball right off the bat or a basketball player (Bill Russell) reacting to where a rebound is going to go when it's still leaving the shooters hand, nobody was born with that. Repetition, practice, and coaching help that.

Again none of this is to say that anyone with the right amount of practice can react to things like Barry Sanders, but there are a lot of other factors as to why that is.