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Comment 15 Feb 2015
Penn St Audibles Board LOL Upvote for you sir!
Comment 14 Feb 2015

Already Mentioned:
Arrested Development
The Big Bang Theory
Chapelle's Show
The IT Crowd
Monty Python's Flying Circus
The Muppets
The Simpsons (the first decade or so)
South Park (the first five years or so)

Not mentioned but should have been:
Are You Being Served?
The Boondocks
The Carol Burnett Show
Fawlty Towers
Keeping Up Appearances
The Kids in The Hall
Little Britain
Northern Exposure
Not Necessarily the News

Comment 13 Feb 2015

Shows that haven't been mentioned but which should be in the conversation:

Buffy The Vampier Slayer
The Twilight Zone
Band of Brothers
Veronica Mars
Battlestar Galactica

Comment 13 Feb 2015

I considered them, but would hate to face that offense every year.

So you're making long term conference decisions based on a single coach who will be gone in a decade?

Comment 13 Feb 2015

Drop PSU to watch the meltdown, and because that place is a cesspool.

This. A thousand times this.

Kick out PSU & invite Pitt. Done.

Comment 12 Feb 2015

By population ..we in there.

Per capita (NFL players per 100K residents)...

#9 Ohio - 0.674
#13 New Jersey - 0.573

New Jersey & DMC are both fertile recruiting areas. They're in the same territory as PA, IL & TSUN.


P.S we can debate with out u trying2 make me look  stupid.

Posting hard numbers is not 'trying2 (sic) make you look stupid'.

Education wise we do well too.

Yes academically Rutgers is a mid-pack B1G school.

We will bring this BIG10 east in a couple of years.

Perhaps, but that's a big mountain and right now Rutgers is at the base looking up. The reality is that the RU athletic department is nowhere close to being competitive with other schools in the conference.

We not here for no cable deal,

Rutgers was added because it gives the B1G access to east coast media markets. That IS the bottom line. The other schools aren't taking a pay cut to add a new member & it's the only way that Rutgers was able to pay for it's membership. Nebraska moved the needle because it meant the addition of a championship game & it is a national name. Rutgers brought neither.

Kareem Walker prove that theory wrong,how bout Jabrill Pepper,an #1 Rashan Gary.

Increased access to new recruiting grounds is a nice ancillary benefit but it was not the reason the school was added.

Let's be frank, NJ recruiting already effectively belonged to the B1G (via PSU).

Comment 12 Feb 2015

So,  I have a prety good streak going but it certainly could be wrong.


Seriously though, for the -12 to have a championship game one of two things has to happen...

1. They have to add a minimum of two teams. The conference has stated repeatedly & firmly that they are not interested in expansion. Even if that is a smoke screen and they do expand it's extremely unlikely that new members would be able to be added in time for the 2015 season.

2. They NCAA rules requiring a minimum of 12 teams for a championship game would have to be changed. The ACC is currently pushing to get that to happen (because nobody gives a damn when Duke whens their division), but so as of right now it doesn't seem to have any traction with the B1G, Pac & SEC (who would have to be on board to get it passed).

Comment 12 Feb 2015

As of the 2014 season...
Players in the NFL by state of birth:
#5 Ohio - 78
#9 New Jersey - 51

Players in the NFL by state of high school played:
#5 Ohio - 72
#7 New Jersey - 56

Comment 12 Feb 2015

This guy is not a rutgers fan. Pretty sure he's a Cuse or Uconn troll.

The upside down R in his avatar, the over the top pronouncements & the exaggerated bad grammar are all strong indications.

Ohio State used to have a similar stalker/troll who went by 'Jethro'.

Comment 12 Feb 2015

New Jersey has a solid base of football talent. NYC on the other hand, has very little for it's size. There aren't many football fields for kids in the city.

Comment 12 Feb 2015

Who's got it better than us?

Comment 12 Feb 2015

"Nuclear war would really set back cable." - Ted Turner


Comment 12 Feb 2015

If u don't believe me JUST WATCH...

Looks like we may have found Jersey's version of ThaKid.

However, I'm not convinced this isn't a troll account.

Comment 12 Feb 2015

Players signed since 2010 (Rankings - Composite/247). Bold = Starters, Italics = Early Exits

Andrew Norwell ****/**** - Top 50/100
Darryl Baldwin ***/NR (DE)

Chase Farris ****/**** (DE) Top 150/200
Brian Bobek ****/**** - Top 200
Joel Hale **** (DT)
Chris Carter ***/***
Tommy Brown ***/***
Antonio Underwood ***/***

Taylor Decker ****/**** - Top 150/200
Kyle Dodson ****/**** - Top 200
Joey O'Connor ****/***
Jacoby Boren ***/***
Pat Elflein ***/***

Evan Lisle ****/**** - Top 100
Billy Price ****/**** (DT) - Top 200
Timothy Gardner ***/****

Jamarco Jones ****/**** - Top 100
Demetrius Knox ****/**** - Top 100/150
Kyle Trout ****/**** - Top 250
Marcelys Jones ***/**** - Top 300
Brady Taylor ***/***

Matthew Burrell ****/**** - Top 100
Isaiah Prince ****/**** - Top 100/150
Grant Schmidt ***/***
Kevin Feder ***/***
Brandon Bowen ***/***
Mirko Jurkovic ***/***

Tyler Gerald ****/**** - Top 200

Comment 09 Feb 2015

I'm not that guy.

No, you're the guy who posted flame bait hoping to garner a reaction.  You need to take a step back & think about who is actually skirting the edge of 'worst posts' territory.

Guess what, I really don't care what Mike Weber wears while he works out. He is not beholden to me, you or anyone whose only connection with him is as a spectator.

Stop being part of the problem.

Comment 09 Feb 2015

But still, 17 is not a "kid". Babies are 0-2, toddlers are 2-4, kids are 5-12, teens are 13-17, young men are 18-24, on average.

I especially like how you ended your self created arbitrary definitions with 'on average'.

Comment 09 Feb 2015
Purely hypothetical. Let's say there was a recruit or athlete that held somebody at gunpoint. We'd have TheBadOwl on here defending the young man, saying he's "just a kid".
Your logical fallacy is...straw man.
Comment 07 Feb 2015

The Latin root is 'cognitus' (known/acknowledged). The same source gives us 'cognizant' & 'recognize' (cognitus is the perfect past participle of cognōscō).

Comment 06 Feb 2015

Eric Haw - Wow, now there's a name I haven't heard in a long time!