As awful as it is being a Cleveland Browns fan, attendance isn't really a concern. We're gluttons for punishment I suppose. Still would love to have Hyde playing in Cleveland.
Man I miss this place. Worked there my last couple years at OSU and the pizza and subs ruined most others for me.
Hahahaha, that's what goes through my head every time I think of Ted! And yeah, I'm a big Eliza Coupe fan and I too still liked season 9 of Scrubs, definitely like a spin-off.
Where can I get my B.C. Loins gear?
Wow, so many great ones to choose from. Let's see if I can put up a list of great ones that no one has mentioned...
Teddy Buckland - Scrubs
Phil and Lem - Better off Ted
Jane Kerkovich-Williams - Happy Endings
Alan Shore - Boston Legal
Josh Lyman - West Wing
Honorable Mention - Moss - IT Crowd
Strain = torn muscle or tendon
Sprain = torn ligament
Surgery is rare regardless of the severity of an MCL sprain. My guess is that it was done to strengthen and protect the MCL so that 1. complete recovery is faster and 2. he can start rehab/conditioning sooner.
Coincidentally, I was at a wet lab testing a new instrument for ACL repair on Tuesday. Nice plug for the Flip Cutter there. This leaves out a lot of stuff though it's a good primer on the ligaments. If you can stomach it, watch some of the real videos that come up as related to this one when it's over. Pretty cool stuff.
Wow so many good games and memories in this thread.
My top NES titles were:
Final Fantasy (2 and 3 also if we're including japanese titles)
River City Ransom
Legacy of the Wizard
Zelda 1 and 2
SMB 2 and 3
Dynasty of an Emporer
Honorable mention to Battletoads (surely I'm not the only person who ever beat that game?)
I'm leaning towards a brouhaha.
Q tip is amazing.
Happy Friday, everyone.
The NCAA, like many other regulatory bodies, relies on a ton of self-governance from the institutions it oversees. Often, having compliant procedures and evidence that those procedures are being followed and are effective can be more important than the actual severity of a violation. This self-reporting is an example of that evidence. That this kind of thing is published is all political FOI BS so that the media can get a bunch of page clicks twice a year, when in truth it is actually detrimental to the process and public perception. The NCAA has a lot of visible flaws, but there is also a reason for a lot of what they do that people don't seem to grasp or just take for granted. They have a very complex job. Because the world don't move to the beat of just one drum. What might be right for you, may not be right for some... They'll have theirs, and you'll have yours, and I'll have mine, and together we'll be fine. Cause it takes, Diff'rent Strokes to move the world. Yes it does.
That was inevitable, USA looks lost out there right now.
I was glad to see at least a couple people calling her out in the replies. That is an old, old picture.
It can also be fixed by resizing your window. At least that's been working for me.
Not buying it, DJ. Multiplayer/one-hit-kill/slappers-only goldeneye is always BETTER than I remember.
Without getting into all the exceptions, you get 5 years to play 4 seasons per sport, but the five years start for all sports when you register full time.
I agree that he is likely a good coach. He's provided some consistency at Vanderbilt in the win column that's never been there before, albeit against teams that lost a lot and only for a whole two years. So yes he shows a lot of promise. But to use your own comparison, if Fitzgerald replaces Mark Richt at Georgia, I would have the same skepticism of 30 articles hyping him up and saying, "look out, Saban." Wouldn't you?
I'm just not buying this guy yet and I'm having trouble believing all the hype. The whole "turned Vanderbilt into a winner" argument isn't as good as it first might seem. It's more like, "turned Vanderbilt into a lower-middle-of-the-pack team." They are in the SEC East, haven't played Bama or LSU in two seasons, didn't play Auburn last year, and only have two wins in the SEC over a team with a winning record (Ole Miss and a 7-5 Georgia 2013, who didn't have their starting runningback, and lost two starters to an injury and a targeting call). And only 4 total wins over FBS teams with winning records. While that may be an improvement, I'm not really sold. Also, I'm not that impressed with flipping Vandy recruits to Penn State. From a football standpoint, it seems like a no-brainer, especially if you've already committed to that coach once. Time will tell I guess, and of course I could be wrong, but I'm at a loss with all the hype. I'd be more worried if O'Brien were still there. Franklin was also 0-2 against the B1G (NU and UN) and
chickened out canceled 2 more.
Love this. Brilliant.
Here is a cbs sports article that outlines the 11 specific goals of the NCPA/CAPA according to ncpanow.org:
It lists both medical/protection concerns and financial concerns.
MOVE BACK! WHY ARE YOU STILL THERE!!!???