Mine were just delivered yesterday morning, and I watched the 'Bama game last night in Blu-Ray...looks amazing..
In no way am I dismissing his career, but to rank him anywhere near the top tier of coaches is also silly.
But does an upset win, no matter how big, rank you with the best of the best college coaches around? No. Anyone can win, on any given day, that's the beauty of football. Two marquee wins, doesn't make you elite, or even in the top 10 of best coaches in the game.
First off, how do we consider Harbaugh in the top 3 coaches in the country behind Urban, and Saban? How can this be said? What stats are you basing this on? His best Stanford teams had Andrew Luck, then he left. He has never won a conference championship, he has never won a National championship, and his only big win of note in college is an Orange Bowl win. Okay, so he went to the Super Bowl in the NFL, but did he win? Nope. I understand UM fans can rank him that high, b/c hey they're all pretty delusional, however, I see Buckeye fans saying he's easily the #3 coach in the country, and I just cannot agree. He's not even in the ball park. Records matter. Just because you came from the NFL, where apparently losing Super Bowls makes you an elite coach in college, doesn't mean you are easily a top college coach. But hey, what do I know? I'm just a fan with my own opinion. Let the downvotes commence.
Of the many times I visited Ireland to see my grandparents, my favorite show over there is Mrs. Browns Boys. Its probably the funniest TV show I have ever seen. The fact that's in front of a studio audience, and the main character is so funny, he makes other actors laugh on TV..gotta love it.
You should just stop trying to justify your fuckery, and just accept that your a negative person, and this is why you were blocked.
The rule of the day kids...don't be a negative nancy.
He is a great kid. He has brought so much respect back to the Heisman only a month after winning it. He is a fatastic college quarterback, and I wish him the best at the next level. He truly understood what being a Heisman winner really meant. Its sad he had to go out the way he did (but it had to happen), you could see how much it hurt. I digress, good luck Mr. Mariota.
227 yards, go bucks!!
I call shenanigans
You specified nothing in your post about being excited for beating Alabama, but not the Sugar Bowl itself. I now get what your saying, however no where in your initial post do you separate the two. It initially looks like your lumping the win, in its entirety, into one post.
right across from the Circle K on Tiffin Ave. Next to Dietch's Brothers Ice Cream
I wish I could take away helmet stickers for stupid posts like this. I watched the celebration from the moment we won, to the trophy presentation, to the locker room dancing...seems like they were pretty stoked. They just beat the #1 team in the country, defied all odds, beat all of the years adversity, and proved everyone wrong...but your right, they didn't care..
If the kid wants to leave, let him. Its his decision where he wants to go to school. We win championships here in Columbus, and we beat TTUN (2 losses to them since 2001) if he doesn't want to be part of that, then I wish him the best. I cannot bad mouth a kid for going where he feels most comfortable. I am in no way saying he is leaving, but its his choice if he does.
I have a picture, but cannot upload it from mobile, so I will get it posted as soon as I get home from work.
As ESPN said it in the article..."Stuart won." He was an amazing person, and I will never ever forget the speech he gave at the ESPY's this year. He will be missed greatly! God Bless him and especially his family in this tough time.
are you still trolling? what are they saying?
and didn't bring back any reading material?!
by far the best football related commercial I have seen, since Archie taking two pieces of cake in a Heisman House commercial.