Unrelated to earlier comments, what is your stance on the current mod voting age? Should it be lowered to 18?
Dang it you're right, I forgot a pre-requisite was the ability to enjoy a Zima.
Ytown set up a thread to be threadjacked so he could gain support for his threadjacking platform.
Earliest ever stripe removal... provides great reason to be excited.
I like the points about Janowicz and Warfield... would have been awesome to see what they could have done given more space to make plays.
Those teams in the '70s are the stuff of legend, it would have been nice if we could have cleared the natty hurdle one more time from 1971 onward though.
^What GoBucks10 wishes he could do to the offseason.
Go get the upset, buckeyes.
That must have been interesting. I had a few classes that had ten or fewer but by yourself with a teacher? I don't think my school would have even kept the class then.
Are you in AP French? That was one of my favorite classes in high school.
Been a long day, and I still have a four hour shift at my on-campus job approaching after this french lecture.
It's about time America dominated one of these.
Let's go USA!
Tank is super cool.
That's just a smoke screen for us to resurrect Red Auerbach.
From a historical perspective, Louisville and MSU enjoy very little success in football. MSU was good in the early 50s and for two or three years during the D'antonio era. And Louisville hasn't ever won a natty in football, or finished in the top 5 for that matter.
Currently? I don't know. Basketball is bad right now. There is no argument looking at 2000 onward though. Who else?
Edit: Florida, perhaps.
Historically, I could see arguments for Michigan and UCLA. Bruins were dominant in basketball at one point and usually have a solid football team, and while I hate to give any positive review of the team up North, they've had some success in basketball (especially in the '90s) and of course were a great program in football at one time.
I'd give us the overall edge though: sixth most final fours (11) combined with the 8 natty's in football.
I wrote for them for a few months but then left when I started college. Got too busy, plus I just wasn't that comfortable sharing my work anywhere other than my own personal social media after what happened.
Looking back now though, I'm glad for the whole experience. Taught me a lot about some preliminary do's and don't's in the journalism profession... stuff that I know is wrong now but wouldn't have known had that thread not blown up on me.
Haven't been to real or 11w jail, though I came close twice on the site. Once of the first comments I made was a fairly grotesque joke about Jimbo Fisher and got modded, the other time was the whole Game Haus thing...
I have Louisville in the final four, so I have more than one reason to root against scUM.
Been a great season so far, let's pull off an upset over Duluth.
This is going to be a long offseason. I'm ready for big things next year, I think everything is finally gonna come together.