Three tough games with a bunch of cakewalks in between (and conveniently scheduled so there is the perfect amount of time to plan and rest for the tough games) does not a difficult schedule make.
Heck yeah. I took my littler brother to his first game. We were in the south stands. What a rumble!
I'm 99.9% certain DJ is trolling (either than or legally blind). This "concept" has clearly been done by an amateur and that should be obvious to even the most untrained eye.
It's actually pretty hilarious as parody of alternate uniforms but that's the maximum utility anyone could hope to enjoy from such a monstrosity (beyond the entertainment provided by people commenting on it).
"Say what you want about segregation, but he should just sit at the back of the bus while on scholarship."
Edit: Yes, god forbid all of you self-righteous, judgmental, hypocrites show any intellectual rigor. You're literally blaming the victim with the same facile arguments used to support Jim Crow laws. Hurray for progress!
In case you haven't noticed, he's a full time brick layer.
That's a terrible call by the ref. When a defender jumps in to you, you can use your arm to maintain personal space.
> There’s also no denying the best defenses are currently playing in the SEC.
Uh, no. The SEC had abysmal defenses overall this year. LSU was the lone exception.
They didn't play Standford football on that run.
Big Ten vs SEC bowl games today:
- All three matchups are played in SEC country, with the Big Ten teams traveling an average of five times farther to the bowl location.
- All three Big Ten teams are playing with their backup QBs.
- Two of the three games features a ranked SEC team vs an unranked Big Ten team (with South Carolina ranked much higher than Wisconsin)
So to recap: the SEC had the advantage of being the home team, playing against backup quarterbacks, and getting matched up with teams ranked much lower than them...and all three games were close in the fourth (with unranked Nebraska stealing a win from Georgia).
No one dares post the more popular form of that gif.
Maybe, but that's his estimation to make.
Maybe he doesn't care as much about winning as he does other things. There's nothing wrong with that.
I'm all for calling people out on sour grapes BUT I don't see think this necessarily needs to be taken as such.
Value is subjective. I don't know about you, but I don't want kids to pick Ohio State because they like the girls, coach Meyer is their hero, or they want to be close to their parents; I want kids to pick tOSU because they want to be dominant and win championships.
There's nothing wrong with the kids that are in it for a good time, quality education, and being close to family. The Purdues and Vandys of the world are full of them.
They already did. A&M also just happens to the be the proud owner of an abysmal defense.
Yeah! I just can't wait until women can be treated equally on the gridiron as players! Am I hip now too?
I can't believe that no one is giving C.J. Barnett any love. His tackling was ABSURDLY good. One of the best performances I've seen from a safety at any level in year.
"I called my coach and I said, 'Coach, we don't have no food. We don't have no money. We're hungry. Either you give us some food, or I'm gonna go do something stupid.'"
Something stupid like...getting a part time job to compliment your stipend?
Oh, I'm there.
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The Shoe from The 'Shoe.
You're missing out on a very important aspect though: good recruiters with a highly developed ability to judge talent CONSISTENTLY turn three stars into good players.
When Jim Tressel was head coach at tOSU, he turned the highest percentage of 3 stars in the nation into NFL players over almost a decade. All that matters is a recruiter's ability to judge talent, not star rankings.