I'm sure most players wear that mask to look cool, but one of the unwritten directives of the pile is to go for the eyes, groin, fingers, nose, whatever you can twist, bend, or gouge. Fishhooking incidents on the horizon...
Some of us IU grads resemble that dimwitted cousin crack, guy.
If you quit on The Wire, we're basically mortal enemies.
It's funny, because while he's a Michigan Man through and through, he's also humble (kind of), realistic, and seems to have a sense of humor - which basically makes him the antithesis of what a Michigan Man is all about.
I was really into Kid Rock and Devil Without A Cause, but can't stand his newer Southern Rock stuff.
My opinion of The Stones mirrors that of the Beatles: I respect their contribution to rock in total more than I'm a huge fan of their music.
I only have two:
-Pop punk- Sum41,Blink182,Rise Against, etc
I know a guy who was a 2nd/3rd string OL during the Tressel years, and he lost 30 lbs between the end of his sr. season and graduation because he didn't have to force feed to keep his weight up. Something tells me scholarship athletes get plenty to eat.
Most of the guys came in just 'different' at Ed's :
-NFL: Dejuan Groce and Rodney Bailey
-NHL: Mike Rupp
-UFC: Gray Maynard
-USA Wrestling: Andy Hrovat
-WWE: Dolph Ziggler (Nick Nemeth)
-NBA: Steve Logan (the other guy, Lepore, played in Europe, I think)
Sorry dude, food is for the kids who actually play
Went to HS with two guys who went on to play in the NFL, one future NHLer, a UFC champ, a WWE champ, an Olympic wrestler, and a few basketball players who went to big time programs (one drafted by an NBA team). The physical differences between these kids and the rest of us were unbelievable, even as freshmen.
Let's forget about him for a moment - (non-football game) BTN programming is so very bad, just unwatchable.
Were there rumors awhile back about one or two of the 2015 kids not academically qualifying?
I thought it was set that he is going to play CB...
I'm probably the only one, but I don't pay much attention to highlight reels. The focus of every vid looks great by design. I would pay more attention to what he does when he's not supposed to be involved in the play.
Bet he has better hands than that other Greg Little
Maybe competition? Ft. Wayne doesn't even register when you're talking about football hotbeds.
Be interested in hearing how Clark is progressing... Read awhile ago that it is mostly mental at this point.
Watch the 30 For 30 on the Auburn v. Bama rivalry to see how self-perception in the South drives fans to identify with the whole conference. It won't happen here because the North won the war. Any conference rival school fist bumpage is likely due to everyone being tired of the 'SEC is king' narrative.
"... how can my brand be promoted..."
Oh, like beating Michigan is even noteworthy these days...
So over/under on lost scollies?
Pretty sure he gave himself that nickname, which in retrospect should have been a sign that the karmic safe was about to drop on his noggin.
From the SEC to a tiny, fundamentalist Christian school. Good luck with that.
If he's maxed at 205,he's a safety, not a D1 linebacker, imo.
Edit- should have refreshed, didn't see the above post
Sweet Home Alabama is one of the great Southern Rock songs (=/= Country, btw), and might have the most recognizable riff in the history of music.
I don't care about the Vols or Tide, but that's a great, great song.
Oh, and eff Kid Rock for co-opting said riff.
Well, don't study the defense
I wonder who the UM General Studies majors shadow..