I gotcha man, but it's been asked and answered. Let's move on.
Thank you - like cops can't catch everyone speeding, we can't catch every out of bounds comment. Sometimes things slip thru the cracks, and sometimes someone gets caught up in a dragnet. It is an imperfect world. We try to be fair, but understand appearances may differ. But, dwelling on the something that happened in the past just doesn't serve much purpose.
Seriously man, you spent 24 hours in time out. You weren't banned, hence your ability to log in...
There really isn't an upside to him doing this to announce he's going to the combine. But, he can have a larger than life moment by doing it to say he's coming back to chase that which he likely feels was taken away from him.
Without a Chase Young/Bosa Brother wreaking havoc on opposing QBs
Larry Johnson has some dudes in his room. Jonathan Cooper, Zach Harrison, and Tyreke Smith are going to terrorize quarterbacks.
That's your takeaway?
That's why he's number one in our program and number one in our hearts.
Oh, that fake Southern preacher douche bag who acts like he's morally superior to everyone while he pumps Ostarine into his players?
If they're staying, I'd think that Coach would like them to show up at practice.
I've been to two Sporting Kansas City matches since the restart, and the atmosphere was actually surprisingly good. It was also surprising how loud ~3,000 fans could get.
I think it's a great way to get back to living, an incremental approach. It allows the ability to add to it, or take away, which is a vast improvement over all-or-nothing.
Agreed, I posted below that I think it was a compromise reached to agree that if one school couldn't have fans, none could. So, perhaps I came in a little hot with my take, but I still think it's dumb.
Now, that makes me sad...
That's how I understand it. Total population consists of everyone who works with the team in practice or on the sidelines during games.
And, that must be sad...
It must be very sad to go thru life being so mad at everything all the time.
Reduced capacity would probably be fine.
I think it would be completely reasonable to spread out 15-20,000 people in a stadium with a 105,000 capacity.
Definitely a weird year, and I am thankful for what we're getting.
Clearly we disagree on the value of that advice, because it was contrary to the advice received by the EPL, La Liga, the Bundesliga, NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, MLS, SEC, ACC, Big XII, Sunbelt Conference, AAC, Conference USA....
Don't mess with aviation geeks.
I think this was the ultimate reason they're doing it. I'm certain the vote was a belabored negotiation, and some schools refused to budge. So, in order to keep it fair, this was the compromise.
Says the fact that people are going to the games and not contracting covid with anymore risk than doing anything else outside the confines of their own home.
I didn't say they did it because they wanted to signal. I said the act was a meaningless signal. In my opinion, it is an arbitrary measure they're using to save face, now that you mention it.
It's no different than remaining canceled when everyone else was playing. Fans (in reduced capacity) can safely attend Columbus Crew games, UC games, Bengals games, and Browns games, but attending an Ohio State game is unsafe?
There is no basis for their decision.
Right after I down vote you.
MLS has fans in the stands, and it's completely safe. In fact, Sporting Kansas City increased their capacity.
No fans in attendance is a meaningless symbol, IMO.
Notre Dame had 11,000 fans on Saturday.
The Big XII has fans.