I have a road bike that I bought slightly used for $750. It serves me well both on the road (obviously) and paved trails in the metroparks. Not great when you hit gravel and dirt so I've been looking for a hybrid bike. Here's the problem, I've been to 3 local bike shops and they just flat out don't have any for sale. The covid crisis shut down manufacturers and supply chains. Any inventory they did have went quickly as people were looking for outdoor activities during the stay at home period. I've been told that supply issues may last until fall. As others suggested, try Craigslist of Facebook marketplace. For light trails, you probably don't need suspension. Specialized, Giant and Cannondale all make decent hybrids that can handle on and off-road use.
I'm assuming this is tongue in cheek. If so, we'd definitely get along nicely. Dying for some live music right now!
Could be Burton. Beef reference for OL?
Well I guess he's a firm believer in his word "Just because you can post doesn't mean you should post." That is a credo I can stand behind.
A few friends have recently bought Blackstone grills. What's your take?
Tell me more. How was the lamb prepared? What cut?
Njoku is as good as gone. Between his inconsistent play and his health, he's just not a guy we can rely on any longer. Same as Kirksey, talent was there but you just couldn't count on him.
While not mutually exclusive, I think there's a difference between "best fit" and best position to win. I'd like to see the guys land where they have a shot to play immediately and make an impact early on.
I think they all managed to land in good places. Okudah in Det and Young in Washington seem like no brainers and even Arnette in LV all seems like great opportunity for instant impact. Dobbins going to Bal is interesting given they have Mark Ingram and 2 other RBs they rotated in pretty heavily. I think he has a real shot at being their RB2 and limiting the rotation to him and Ingram but I really wish he had landed somewhere where he would have been able to step in and potentially be the RB1. Still waiting on KJ to land somewhere. I think Jonah Jackson landed in a great position with the Det as well.
And Urban takes over...
If you were only able to have one of these guys for a second season would you take Fields or Haskins?
Reliving my 90's youth at Boston Calling. Foo Fighters, RHCP (reunited with Frusciante), and Rage Against the Machine!
Lattimore over Ward. Not having Parris Campbell listed bothers me but I get that not everyone can make the cut. Has Olave not shown enough? He has been excellent.
Tua will almost certainly be a top 10 pick THIS year. If he was planning on rehabbing and not playing next season then why on Earth would he do it in college and not get PAID and rehab as a pro? He stands to gain nothing from returning if his injury will keep him sidelined for the foreseeable future.
You had me second guessing myself, but rest assured:
"Avery is Stroud's personal quarterback trainer, and Avery held the same role for both Fields and Dwayne Haskins."
^From his commitment article.
This whole Quincy Avery pipeline thing we have going on ain't so bad
Ticket prices will drop significantly week of and even more so days before. Got decent seat at Jerry world for $250 day of back in 2014. Hotel rooms will open up as many have reserved rooms which will cancel if/when their team doesn't make it. Prices will still be up there but you can stay a little outside of the French Quarter, like the CBD, and save some money, just be sure you research the area. I would love to make the trip but Phoenix/Glendale is calling!
Was sitting in 335 which was near the UW student section and band but was still Buckeye heavy in our area. No problems with the Badger fans near us. The "f**k you, eat shit" chant was, uh, odd.
Oldest bar in Indiana and a top rated Blues Bar. Sounds like a good option. Thanks!
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And works out with Quincy Avery, QB coach for Fields & Haskins.
$85 per ticket plus $30 processing fee (per order, not per ticket).
Thanks for the share. Need an extra pair so I've been searching all the ticket sites.
Have to play him next week, period. We need to lock up #1. Doesn't have to be a blowout like the last game against Wisc, we just need the W. Lean heavy on Dobbins and Teague and the defense controlling the game. Keep Fields to quick passes and limit designed runs. We've had JT do the same and come out on top.