I watch btn almost everyday and they don't bash their own teams. They try to give fair coverage and have legitimate debates. It just makes it funnier when Forde and Stanley Jackson argue.
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The Vikings new stadium looks incredible, but I guess too many people are afraid of snow being on the ground. Or maybe just want to keep a home field advantage for the SEC.
I don't really care now, but it would be total politics if Ole Miss wins the SEC, Memphis goes undefeated and Bama gets in. I just think that Memphis handily beat Ole Miss and Bama lost to them combined with the fact that Memphis would be conference champion and Bama would not. "There is a lot of football to be played" so it probably won't come to this.
I agree that there are a lot of moderating variables, but on average the average person is impaired at BAC lower than .08, there is research on this. The limit used to be too high because there was not accurate research and outrage. I just think you are under estimating the amount of alcohol to get to .08 and underestimating the effect of BAC on driving. I will say that I don't know the effect on deaths and accidents if you lower the legal limit again, which is what the goal is.
3. Ohio State
6. Michigan State
9. Notre Dame
It is difficult to judge without knowing how often he drinks, but men can typically drink close to a full bottle of wine over dinner and be under the limit and definitely under .10. The limit is there for a reason, you are impaired if you look at the research. I know he just made a mistake because he is young, but I hope older adults are not continuously driving drunk because they think they are not drunk enough to kill someone.