Really starting to love Mickey. He's the guy we may need to rely on when we need someone to create on offense.
Ugly win, but if you told me a month ago we'd start 3-0 in the Big Ten (ignoring who the teams were) I'd have called you crazy.
but have solid prospects at the position
So which one will the Browns ruin this time?
It's totally system A system called "get the damn ball in your best player's hands".
That's a nicely polished turd they have there.
Their head coach position is named after a donor? You can buy the head football coach name up there? (we don't have this, do we??)
It would almost be worth donating an inordinate amount of money to them just to have the football coach position be named something absolutely juvenile.
A New Hope and Empire clocked in at 8.7 and 8.8 on IMDB, respectively. 8.6 definitely wouldn't be the worst rating.
Nor is it a great film, on the level of Mad Max: Fury Road.
This phrase kind of bums me out, but in fairness I never saw Fury Road. BUT these are opinions, after all.
Saw that Rotten Tomatoes has it at a 97%. Always take RT with a grain of salt, but it makes me optimistic.
Still need to stay grounded, however, because even The Phantom Menace had positive early reactions. That and if the word midichlorians is used even once... the movie is ruined.
You'd think the bars would be doing quite well because of their football team.
Ann Arbor is definitely a college town, a horrible, pretentious, over-priced college town.
Once upon a time, I spent a lot of time in AA and actually enjoyed the town (but definitely not the university). My wife and I happened to swing by there on the way to visiting family this past weekend (they still have an amazing burger joint), and I said to her "You know, I'm glad we don't live here. Everyone's a pretentious asshole." I'm obviously older and much wiser now.
The Abrams movies were decent, but this... if the trailer is any indicator, I'm not overly optimistic.
Very CJ Spiller-esque
*looks at us between 1997 and 2000*
Damn you, Cooper.
The NFL is dead to me. Long live the Buckeyes!
Not quite sure, but he probably did something most other UM QBs would have refused to do. If Tom Brady was in a similar situation he'd be curled up on the ground in the fetal position, Goodell on speed dial mic'd directly into his helmet. The defender would have a 4 game suspension and James Harrison would be fined $10,000.
Eh, I wouldn't feel too bad for him. Despite being thrown to the ground, he still prevented the pick-six.
Became an uncle for the first time yesterday! No kids of my own yet, so for now I will bestow my love of the Buckeyes onto my nephew. (and shield him from the travesty known as the Cleveland Browns)
relaxed, casual experience
If you call a bunch of 12 year olds with apparent carnal knowledge of my mother relaxed and casual. Actually, I'm just salty because I'm horrible at CoD.
If Bama gets in, then what SEC team? I really don't think any other team would be considered "worthy" at that point. Florida, Ole Miss, and Georgia all have (or would have) 3 losses then.
I've accepted the fate that we probably won't make the playoff. But I'll admit... I'll be upset if we don't get the Rose Bowl game.
They just rolled out a bunch of backwards compatibility in November, and are continuing to add to the list. Good for those nostalgic moments between new titles.
You should also get a time machine, go into the future a year, and bring back Mass Effect: Andromeda to play. And share. With everyone.
Fallout all the way. I played ESO for awhile but just lost interest because it didn't really feel like a Bethesda game. Turns out, it's published by Bethesda but was developed by ZeniMax, so that makes sense. However, my wife still plays it and loves it, so I guess you really do either hate or love it. I'm just waiting for the next true Elder Scrolls game.
Sad to hear about Battlefront. Fallout has been my drug of choice and I've wondered if I would miss the boat on Battlefront when all the people jump ship to another game. Seems like that may be happening sooner than expected.
Funny how things work like that. Either way, we had to beat them, and it just didn't work that way. People aren't giving the credit that Sparty deserves. They got screwed over against Nebraska and then shut down a team that eviscerated UM. They're gelling like an elite team at the end of November/beginning of December should. If they can get past Iowa, they're my underdog pick to win it all.
If you don't count the anomaly know as the 2011 season, the last time we had a sub-10 win season was 2004. I can't say for sure, but I'm willing to bet no other team can match our win total in that same time span. (Oh, not to mention 11-1 against UM)