The force is strong with this team. You have JT using the "good" force like a Jedi, and then Bosa using the dark side to sack QBs without touching them.
Turkey: barbecued slow and low, deep fried, or poached then roasted.
Homemade cranberry sauce
really good stuffing and gravy
Who am I kidding? Thanksgiving is like starchapolooza.
No, we do not know that they were released. In fact, Meyer went on the record to state that it was the players' decisions in this case.
Come to think of it, wouldn't it be a form of "delusion" to claim to know things you couldn't possibly know?
On the other hand, Gardner was pretty good at times in 2013, while their OL and running game were pathetic and you couldn't hang that on that on Gardner.
Gardner regressed this season, which is on him, but maybe he got ground down from carrying a bad offense for 2+ years? Put Gardner on this year's Minnesota team and I bet he doesn't cost jerry kill his job . . .
Thanks - Sparty fans are some of the best and most gracious. Really hoping that MSU does get an SEC bowl matchup.
Much of what I wanted to say was said above already. So, let me just congratulate the big ten for its convoluted mediocrity.
The conference'a motto should be, "Doing woefully less with boatloads more! We'll condescend to you while embarrassing ourselves."
Speak of the devil! My Hate Week Haiku from earlier today actually combined water wet with Desmond Dumb:
Desmond's on his yacht
Gray shark rears up, gnashing teeth
Empty boat, red sea.
Not to pat myself on the back anymore than I already have, but when we click on Desmond's twitter link, we see that Desmond is wearing some sort of fancy embroidered scarf (or is it collar?).
I think they should do a punk rock version of Le Regiment de Sambre et Meuse. It's a very martial song to begin with.
If you gave Beth a voice that were easier on the ears, then - yeah - the pure content of her analysis and commentary is probably just as good as Hebie's.
Yep, he has a thin skin and is a mediocre game analyst. Sorry, that's how I see it.
Of course, there are millions of idiots on the internet/twitter, but other analysts manage to do a better job than Herbie, without being as touchy, in spite of all those idiots.
I wonder if the staff is showing video clips of TTUN's cheap, chickens--- thugging of Dontre Wilson last season.
Don't slip on the turf
Don't plod away, plod away -
Bring out the big guns!
Desmond's in his yacht
Gray shark rears up, gnashing teeth
Empty boat, read sea.
I tried to find you an alternative word, but the best I could find is lady-parent. It's weird how all the words we would use for her have the offending letter. How could a letter have such extreme [edit: oops . . . I'm out already!] uses between good and evil?
We could spend all week seeing if we can get Earle to slip up, kind of like trying to get the royal guards at that Palace in London to crack a grin.
Stupendous job writing that entire paragraph without the offending letter, Earle. By the way, which school are rooting for in the contest taking place this Saturday in Oxford in the deep south?
As long as they don't fire him Monday but let him coach the final game against his rival wearing a suit and fedora.
It's weird that UGA is sitting in the clubhouse while mizz still has two more SEC games.
They haven't hit rock bottom yet. They can still go lower . . . next weekend. The buckeyes need to kick them further down the well until they can't even see a sliver of light from above. Then, throw down a dress and say, "she puts the lotion in the basket.
Assumed that result wasn't relevant because Wisconsin beat both.
Do these represent all of the scenarios? What if Wisconsin lost to Iowa today, but beats Minnesota next week while Iowa loses to Nebraska?
Also, Ed Harris was in A Beautiful Mind with Connelly and Harris starred in Apollo 13, with Kevin Bacon. From Kevin Bacon, it will probably only take us a few more degrees of separation to connect Connelly to a Heisman trophy winner from Harvard or Yale, or something to that effect. Let's make this happen.
His career was cut short due to injury; he was actually temporarily paralyzed at one time, but recovered obviously.
Of course, he recovered. The government spent $6 million (in 1970s money) to turn him into the bionic man.