Happy to see a hungry, eager JK ready to go lead his team. That's going to be a huge asset for the new QB.
This is, hands down, the best thing I've read all day.
Well done boys!
My wife and I have witnessed the paddling & it never seemed like the thing to do. I'll just watch people get wallopped.
He might want to see how long Texas is going to let Shaka Smart drag the Longhorns down before he makes a move...
maybe even a Maryland team that's more talented than most Big Ten squads.
Me thinks this is is included because an Alabama coach took over the job.
Oh, and Texas didn't win a division.
I forgot to add The Carnegie Deli to my list. Now that the original is closed in NYC, this is your only choice.
Gigantic sandwiches and great cheesecake.
Some of my favorites:
- Nacho Daddy
- 777 Saloon at Main Street Station
- Vic & Anthony's at the Golden Nugget
- Hugo's at the Four Queens
- NY Pizzeria in the NY, NY
- Gonzalez y Gonzalez in the NY, NY
- Triple George
Iowa State is more than capable of playing down to the level of their competition. I actually think this was a good draw for the Buckeyes.
Of course, they could also lose by 25, but I'll take my chances.
What's a sacred gun owner?
I remember reading the college quarterbacks with fewer than 23 starts have a very low percentage chance of being successful in the NFL. While we know this isn't a scientific rule, there could still be underlying factors that make teams shy away.
If he gets the 8 games reduced for time served, that's all gravy. Cleveland is making moves. It's like Kevin Costner really is the GM...
So, he picked today to launch a failed Congressional bid?
OK everyone, we're in the clear to keep talking shit about CalPoppy while he's not around...
50 mph winds out here in east-central Kansas, but the snow is staying west of us (temps up to 60° here today). Good luck out there!
Don't mind me, I'm just here to comment on the exact same closing paragraph - and the answer can be found in the win-loss columns.
I have several rewards cards, most of which don't have annual fees (AF). Of those that do have annual fees, I only pay the AF if there is a bigger payout than the cost. Cards I use:
- Hilton Honors Amex Aspire - $450 AF, but it pays for itself.
- Hilton Honors Amex Ascend - $95 AF
- Hilton Honors no AF
- American Airlines Citi Platinum Mastercard - $95 AF
- M Life Rewards Mastercard no AF
- Amazon Chase black card - $95 AF
I use the Ascend card for every purchase I make, at places they accept Amex, and easily hit the $15K annual mark to earn a free night certificate. I also get 6 points/dollar spent on gas/restaurants/groceries with this card.
I use the Aspire card for all Hilton property purchases (14 pts/dollar) and airline & rental car charges (7 points/dollar). The Aspire card comes with perks that exceed the AF, and the card really does pay for itself, all the while giving you Hilton's highest status (Diamond), if you don't stay enough to earn it the old fashioned way.
I keep the NF Amex because they send periodic offers for bonus points. This year, for example, they offered 10,000 bonus points for spending $1,000 around Christmas. Too easy, thanks for the points.
I recently used two free night certificates earned thru my Amex co-branded cards for two nights that would have cost over $930.00. So, there is great value to be had if you navigate the Hilton Honors program the right way.
I use my Amazon Chase for all of my Amazon purchases and receive 5% back. I let it ride until Christmas, then cash them in when I'm shopping.
I have the AA Mastercard because my local airport has AA flights, and it gets me free checked bags and other perks (some of which they're taking away, sadly).
I have the M Life card for trips to Vegas and use it at MGM properties to earn points.
If you carry a balance, then the interest charge you will pay will out-value any rewards you are earning, so please don't engage this rewards game if you don't pay your cards off monthly.
There are a million ways to skin this cat, but I have the programs I have based on where I like to stay and the airline that's most accessible to me where I live. There are sites like Flyer Talk that have tons of great data points from users, and I have read a lot about the Hilton Honors program there.
The key to this whole game is finding out what works best for your spending, and provides optimized rewards for your lifestyle and travel habits.
So much young talent to compete with so many question marks. Seems like this is an environment that should be ultra-competitive, and set Coach Day up nicely going forward - on the recruiting trail, as well as on the field.
Coaches giveth (2012 & 2014) and coaches taketh away (2015 & 2018).
Be a giver Coach Day.
Hafley was also seen coaching his cornerbacks to turn back and look for the ball during individual drills
Praise sweet baby Jesus!
Same goes for Justin Fields.