Sounds like an episode of "Green Acres".
Hmmm..."thirsty girls"...so is that millennial-speak for "gold-diggers"?
I have to say, I was much more skeptical about all the talk about bagmen and such when I first heard it a few years ago. But I've been coming around.
Hope he does well in the League, so he keeps that big smile on.
I'm sure they understood...
So happy for that guy!
Edit: I didn't see Beth Mowins' post before I posted, but I'm suggesting the same answer applies to both questions.
Will do fine on the court, but that team is a madhouse everywhere else.
Have any of the people let go by the WWL been asked to train their replacements?
I have no reason to doubt what you are saying, especially the suggestion that the killers will never be caught. It's depressing to think that foreigners can operate in our country with such impunity. Trying to tread lightly to stay out of the political realm, but who would want this?
Tirico is top shelf in my book. Is he replacing Al Michaels at some point? Because he's one of not many who could, I think.
He sure is...I suppose this could be an entire discussion itself, or a poll, but BTW I'm really interested to see who is going to be returning kicks this fall.
I thought they looked a little shaky after Bosa left the game, but pulled together and played fairly well against a solid Notre Dame o-line.
Same here, but really glad I was wrong.
Rodney could have learned a thing or two from Coach Dantonio about how to really look surly and sour on camera.
I think there was some sort of post-Tebow hangover, things were very much out of kilter in 2010. But it wasn't because there was not enough talent on the team, and it wasn't because one of the best in the business forgot how to coach.
Outstanding post, thanks +1
Good point CWRU, but do you know if coaches teach players to do that? If the defender mistimes his lunge then he might be moving backwards when the ball is snapped. Seems like we see that frequently.
I am of two minds about this. Yes the offensive play-calling that day was inexplicable, but I think it was a symptom of the real problem, which was that the offense had seldom been hitting on all cylinders all season, for all kinds of reasons. As others have said, plenty of blame to go around.
i think we will see something completely different this fall, hope I'm not wrong.
Doesn't this belong in the "Arrogant Champions" thread?
Oh, wait, they got peed on...never mind.
Society isn't falling apart. Violent crime is the lowest it's been in more than 40 years.
Then this story isn't news. Nothing to see here, folks, move along.