They're both right. Professors should get more resources and the players should get paid, in my opinion. It's not really useless for them to get mad at each other, though. Get mad at the higher ups at LSU, and the NCAA in general.
Frost is an excellent coach, they return quite a bit of last year's team which steadily improved all year, and they have the best quarterback in the division.
They'll be good; not great, but good.
He's right though.
The committee is biased against teams who lose by 29 to Purdue and 31 to Iowa.
folks their recruiting is offensive am i right
i'm also looking for a new dad
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it's not even that outlandish. he's the QB for a top 10 team with a good new offensive coordinator. "dark horse pick" doesn't mean that finebaum thinks Shea Patterson is going to win the heisman lol
stop being mad at everything
Ceiling is Urban minus the embarrassing blowouts (~12-1 every season with a CFP appearance almost guaranteed without 30 point losses to Purdue/Iowa), floor is probably 8-4/9-3 most seasons just because of the talent differential.
Clemson plays a much more difficult out of conference schedule than us. Like, objectively.
can we stop posting this clown's every last word on here, good lord
Driving the ball and working the ball toward the rim do several things that numbers can’t catch. 1) it creates more quality/open 3s 2) it creates more fouls shots 3) it increases the likelihood of opponent fouls trouble and getting better players off the floor 4) it requires your opponent to defend and spend energy.
the numbers do catch this and it's basically the entire foundation of efficiency metrics
3 > 2, imo
I'm not comparing the two I'm just criticizing the idea that if you weren't there/alive at the time, you can't critique something. It's absurd and you know it.
I perfectly understand the social realities. That's how people dress, who cares?
I have a problem with the stigmatization of lower class communities by calling them "refugees from the projects".
For what it's worth, I disagree with Stern's dress code too because I feel like it does the same. It's dehumanizing. Players should be able to express themselves just like any other human being.
1. he literally asked me to call him that
2. he was being racist
so yeah i did. pretty wild that you're more mad at me calling a guy racist than the guy actually being racist. yikes!
lmao get a load of this big brain logic. "You weren't around during slavery so you can't say if it was good or not".
you seem a bit sensitive, snowflake
Stern was concerned with public perception of the players and took steps to protect the brand, is that wrong? Is it wrong to explain it?
Explaining it like this is fine. Calling the players "refugees from the projects" is why they got downvoted. Pretty simple.
i'm gen z actually but anyway if you really want me to say it you're a racist sorry you had to find out this way
The US will continue to struggle for consistency in soccer until playing the sport at a high level from ages ~8-18 stops costing a fortune
He said I was "virtue signalling" too so you can add that.
You just cited more anecdotes, which, once again, are not evidence. Yeah it sucks that they were falsely accused but it's a proven fact that false accusations are a very small minority of accusations.
The fact is though, moral grandstanding online does not protect people from rape.
I mean, yeah. I do think it's an important discussion to be had, though. The more people that understand, the better, you know?