The key to your comment is that Haslam threw it in the direction of an official. The ruling specifically calls out that the act was towards an official. There is also history within the NBA of a player (Enes Kanter) throwing his mouthguard into the stands and only receiving a fine.
Coincidentally, if you read the first letter of each line straight down, that is exactly what it says.
DJ, I'm confused. The email you hotlinked in today's Skull Session is different than the one you asked us to forward your grammatical errors to last week.
There is both symbology of the remains representing all of those who died and were never returned home as well as the remains being unidentifiable as to who they were. At the time, DNA technology did not exist. They have recently accessed the remains to perform DNA testing to help identify the remains, but I personally believe they should let it be.
I grew up listening to the wings on the radio. Hockey was my first favorite sport before I discovered football. To this day I am a Detroit Red Wings fan. The Blue Jackets didn't exist at the time and I'm not going to suddenly change my alliance now that they do. Also, living outside of Sandusky, we were able to pick up the Toledo stations allowing me to watch the games when they were televised. I do not regret my allegiance and my pro-Ohio everything friends have learned that this is one choice they will not change.
I only receive my normal hourly rate for any and all overtime. It is considered salary-plus. It's better than not getting paid for the time as normally occurs under straight salary, but I'd love to receive time-and-a-half.
I've been at work since 6:30 this morning. Still have another hour to go to complete the day. Working for an electrical utility watching the transmission system hoping nothing trips.
The Seahawks have an agreement with Texas A&M that allows them to use the trademark. Seattle is not allowed, however, to sell any merchandise that promotes the 12th man concept.
At the end of the play, when the ball carrier was entering the end zone, I agree the player had no effect on the play. When the player first entered the field of play, however, he was immediately behind the ball carrier, potentially slowing up any player from Duke and preventing them from being able to tackle the ball carrier.
I don't understand what you are trying to say. Receiving the ball would have the movement going the other way and he'd have to maintain control. I do believe that presented with this evidence, the ball would not be considered a fumble, and therefore could not be a lateral.
There is also the Miami player holding his helmet on the sideline that entered the field of play during the runback, running with the ball carrier. You can see it at about 26 seconds in the video. Is this also not a penalty?
The media pocket is on the sleeve. It's probably called that because it's designed to hold your phone or iPod or whatever and be in a close location so you can utilize headphones or hear the music from said device.
Wins in college football are not transitive. It also makes sense that even though WMU came first, MSU was also looking forward to Oregon as they are the tougher opponent. You cannot directly correlate one result with the other to defend the position.
This. Especially in forum posts, I like to go back and see what else new has been said. Since the change to limit comments to pages, once I move from the first page of comments to the second, new comments are no longer highlighted so I cannot easily identify what I have already read.
I don't know if they were inferring or not, but the announcers also stated that they observed Cardale taking the majority of the snaps during warm-ups.
It was definitely plenty loud. I was sitting at about the five halfway up towards the south endzone surrounded by Hokie fans and it was plenty loud. Probably just did not translate well to tv. The entire stadium was standing from the Hokie entrance up until about the fourth quarter when they finally began to give up hope. Personally, I thought it was a great environment for an opposing fan to visit.
The OH-IO chants were fun as well. They'd let us go for a short bit until we started picking up momentum and had to cancel it out with their own cheer.
Thanks for the update, Jason. Good luck on getting it all straightened and thanks again for all the content.
So far, every time I reload this page, it's been perfect. I wonder if it has to do with which pages are getting the most traffic.
Same here. I'm using Firefox at home and it's been pretty hit or miss. Two days ago using Chrome at work, I was experiencing the same thing. A lot of the Crunk picture.
The time constraints message at least makes sense if they go back to the game immediately following the message. Cutting to more commercials is more of a slap in the face. Also, there were too many times to count where they could've cut time between plays or injuries or where the announcers are talking about other games that are not the featured game.
Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.
Waiting on this. I've heard rumors and hope they come to fruition.
And this is in the middle of the night where most people are just DVR'ing it to fast forward through commercials later.
Navy game is owned by CBS. They probably didn't want to pay the rights to be able to show it. Same as the B1G Championship being owned by Fox.
Another benefit that doesn't seem to get mentioned much is how little tape any of our last three opponents had of Cardale. He was such an enigma because no one had seen him play. I believe this was of tremendous benefit to our team in that they were going in blind as to how to try and play him. Having the three games last year, teams will be better prepared this year to defend against his strengths. This will not stop him or JT because they have been improving as well, but when you go from knowing nothing to having a little tape to view, you just improved the defense quite a bit.