I'd rather go through Cersei's walk of shame than watch another series of Bollmanball.
1 - Ohio State (13-0)
2 - TCU (12-0)
3 - Georgia (12-1)
4 - Arizona State (12-1)
Just missed: Michigan State (11-1), Clemson (12-1)
Ohio State over Arizona State, Georgia over TCU
Ohio State over Georgia, 41-31
I think this GIF's commentary from SB Nation is really underappreciated. Give it a read. It's the punter's internal monologue/freakout and it's at #1 on the list.
You can't be the right coach at Nebraska if you hate the recruiting aspect of a head coaching position. Bo is a good coach, but Nebraska needs an ace recruiter. They can go hundreds of miles in any direction before coming across more than a couple of blue chip players.
A "tremendous machine" if there ever was one.
This doesn't seem like a popular opinion in my experience, but I like jelly donuts. I also like lemon-flavored Starburst. So I usually get to eat as many of these unpopular treats as I want because nobody else touches them.
The biggest rule change I want is to go to the soft reset shot clock where on offensive rebounds, the shot clock only resets to whatever the shot clock is minus 10 seconds. If college goes to a 30 second shot clock, on an offensive rebound it would only reset to 20 seconds.
If you think about it, those 10 seconds are supposed to be there to get the ball up the floor during a change of possession. If you are retaining possession on your own end of the court, why are you entitled to that additional 10 seconds? That would eliminate all of those times where on an offensive rebound, they kick it out to midcourt and hold it for 10 seconds. Get rid of the coach micromanaging every possession.
B1G is still working on a decade-old T1 deal (all other conferences are working off of recent deals). After they sign their new T1 deal in 2017, they will match or slightly exceed the SEC IMO. Regardless, it's going to be the B1G and SEC way ahead of the Pac12, Big 12, and ACC.
My primary objection was that a network billing itself as "American MOVIE Classics" was producing serial dramas.
Of all the reasons to not watch a show, I don't think I've ever come across a more inconsequential reason.
If Ohio State can't win it, I'd rather see another B1G team win it. Perceived conference strength and strength of schedule are realities that we live with.
Why not just say thanks instead of being a total frat bro for 5 seconds?
I just watched The Red Road and the first season was really good. Only 6 episodes too. Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo from Game of Thrones) has a great role as the outlaw. Good acting and writing all around.
If you're into BBC shows, Luther and Broadchurch (only watched season 1) are both great.
Those were just a few that I hadn't seen mentioned. Aside from them, I'll definitely vouch for Breaking Bad, Justified, and Sons of Anarchy. If you want comedy, go for Archer, Bob's Burgers, or Party Down.
Never get down in the mud and wrestle with a pig. You'll both end up dirty and the pig likes it.
I'm gonna make some lemonade here and rename the Dreariness Index to the "Water Security Index".
You downvoted him for that? You sound like a huge dick.
I'm not a Steeler fan, but damn do I respect the stability that organization churns out. I can't see how anyone landed in a better spot than Grant, especially given how little time Manning has left in Denver.
Didn't know President Gee was a terrible driver.
The 100 is in reference to "Keep it 100" aka "Keep it 100% real".
Just calling it like I see it. People from Cincinnati consider themselves Cincinnatians first, Ohioans second. People from anywhere else in the state consider themselves Ohioans first, city (if at all) second. Like I said, very city-stateish.
Boy, starting this thread is really shattering those stereotypes.
I like Cincinnati. It's a pretty city with some nice areas, but there are times where I just have to roll my eyes. If someone from Cincinnati travels across the country and someone asks them where they're from, they'll say "Cincinnati". If it's someone from anywhere else in the state, they'll say "Ohio". It's this attitude that gets me the most. If it came across more as pride for the city rather than disdain for the state it would be more tolerable. Very insular. Very city-stateish.
As long as you like the Buckeyes though, I don't care where you're from.
So true. If you extrapolate those numbers killed (2% of the population), almost 7 million would be dead based on today's numbers. Almost unfathomable.
Couldn't help myself. If the mods don't like this, please remove.