Are we sure he does this? I'm not certain that a man with a wife like his would spend much time looking at other nekkid ladies.
You guys are probably right. I was just expecting more of a stronghold on Texas and more success early one.
So what the heck is going on in Texas that Tom Herman can't land any of these Texas boys?
Other than the douchebag move by Beilein not to vote for Evan for BIG Player of the Year, which Evan rebuked nicely. I would agree that Beilein did much for Michigan basketball. He's no Matta though.
I don't recall Luke scheming like Schiano did. If anything, he'd drop players back more than walk them to the line.
Borland was always in a position that made it difficult for him to get in position to tackle. Many folks point to his speed, I don't think it was that as much as being lost in space.
Yah, it's depressing
Yes I am. Unless there's something at the University that has triggered this depression abuse of some sorts, then I'm not really going to put much stock in his claim. And, yes depression is a serious issue it should not be taken lightly nor used as a way out from a tough situation
I have to say I have a hard time believing the waiver claims coming from these kids. Hudson wasn't denied mental/cognitive help, he was denied a transfer in order to play immediately. If depression just magically disappears by changing schools then we've hit a medical breakthrough ...
I think Day will do just fine. But I can't help to wonder how Fickell would recruit at a power school.
I still think Day will be a great Pro Coach one day and I'd love to see Fickell show his recruiting prowess at this level. After Meyer, he was probably best on staff.
There aren't many teams in the NFL that seem to know how to do what you're saying. Other than that, I agree with you.
All of us are broken dude. I’d be careful with the rhetoric as dire as this.
How many of us spar with our spouse on a daily basis in a sarcastic or passive aggressive manner? Do you think that doesn’t do as much damage to the fabric of the family? What about the kids that live in a quiet in financially stable home with zero drama yet never see their parents show any intimacy at all or witness their parents talk in friendship or even pray?
If we’re going to made to witness this then let’s, at least, approach it with a little more empathy and humility. I see two very sad individuals who most likely could have worked things out had they been giving the tools and ability to internalize the issues between them. Or simply just say, “my life belongs to my wife and vice versa”
Maybe this is why Urban and Shelly wanted to help them?
This is going to be a much different team next year. As long as they keep that fire they showed in periods they’re going to be just fine.
I firmly believe the cross of the man is to handle these situations better. Bottom line, Zach shouldn't have lost control. He should have just said ok and moved on. As long as someone assured me that the kids were ok at school, which in likelihood they were.
I wonder how much the situation would heal if Zach just learned to walk away?
His lawyer released the following statement:
Same old, same old. Absolutely malicious move by his ex-wife to have Zach arrested at their kids' school when he was there to pick them up. She's in contempt of court for not giving him the kids last night which she was supposed to. Just very sad for the children. 100% avoidable by both of them.
Um. This kid could surprise us.
Master of Liberal Arts??? C'mon Joe. It's free. Get a MA in something relevant even if you're going to be a millionaire by next Spring.
Arizona State is #2??
I remember a time when it was a question whether or not we'd have ONE QB of the caliber of Fields, Barrett, Haskins, Baldwin etc. let alone an actual QB coach or an offensive mind.
Mind you, this was all based upon what I read on Wikipedia. But my first thought was that Dawson just wanted to be part of an offense that passed more.
Also, if there was any similarity to his lifestyle in college to that of his in the pros, I doubt Woody would have put up with a player smoking and drinking beer in the locker room.
Nick Gray. Another PickTown kid. Just saying.
Lived in Pickerington and graduated from what is Central now.
They've spoken about a South High School for a bit now. I'm just not sure where they would put it.
And I agree, kids move into the district if they can to take advantage of the schools and the large sports program. Both Central and South are as close to a College Prep HS as you can get.