I work in automation. We employ ~40 folks. Our equipment aids smaller companies in growth by reducing their overhead and increasing their production. As a result the company increases distribution which requires more white collar positions to be filled. For every job lost to automation 2-3 more pop up to replace it. All while the company has a healthier margin and is not bogged down with overhead.
The Man from Nowhere is the original John Wick. I will go to my grave believing that.
Hard pass. Ohio State got robbed. Clemson should be sitting at home. I won't contribute to the viewership.
I was/am so disgusted by that game and crew that I have refused to watch a single bowl game since. I will not give them my viewership. Letting this die silently shouldn't be in the game plan. Press it until someone gets fired.
Seeing these posts by the Seniors makes my blood boil even more. They got robbed. Biggest load of bullshit in recent sports memory.
Rogue One is easily a Top 3 Star Wars flick. It was gritty, displayed the level of sacrifice required to achieve even a small victory, and showed the insurmountable task the Rebels had in front of them when taking on the Empire. We finally got a glimpse of Vader's capabilities (something even the original trilogy lacked) and the level of fear he commanded on the battlefield.
Unfortunately the director of the film stated he wouldn't be interested in making anymore Star Wars material. There is plenty of material to work with but unfortunately Disney decided to make a shitty incohesive version of the original trilogy.
To be fair... I believe we are going to beat them they way West Virginia did several years ago.
If only the game was in Georgia!
Agreed. We are going to win the trench battle on both sides. You control the LOS you control the game. I have us winning by double digits.
Yes, it did. However, Wiscy had a stellar scheme to open up the game by getting the ball out quick. Slants and three step routes were eating our pass coverage up. This doesn't allow our D-Line to make plays and effectively removes them from the game. Once we made our adjustments to a zone we took away those plays and forced them back into ground and pound or deep shots. Now are D-Line is back in the game and finish with 8 TFL and 2 sacks. Stats would be padded more but Ohio State did a ton of clock chewing in the second half.
You have two options:
1) Double him with help from the RB and take away your run game.
2) Double him with help from the TE and take away your check down option.
Agreed. I have a lot of buddies that are Clemson fans. Most of them are respectful. We all root against the SEC.
I played Tight End at Summerville High School with AJ Green. Had to help block Carlos Dunlap when we would play Ft. Dorchester because the Tackle wasn't enough to stop him. Both guys were maniacs on the field. Easy to see the talent gap. Ended up switching to Rugby for college because it was an all around more pleasurable experience and 6' 1" is too short for TE play at a larger program.
I tend to prefer Noon games. Get up for breakfast and some exercise. Start the grill at 11:00. Beers and burgers for Noon. Watch a banger of a game. Take a nap at 4:00. Continue drinking till Midnight.
Texas isn't quality anymore than Indiana is for us.
I think you are significantly underestimating the number of Buckeyes in the Carolinas. We are legion. We would easily pack Atlanta.
We lose 31-20 in our yearly choke...
SIKE! We blow these nerds away with a shutout 69-0!
Where did I even ONCE mention a 1-loss team getting in... People are complaining about Clemson getting an easy path to the Playoffs. At the end of the day it doesn't matter because they are still winning in the Playoffs too.
Respect the rivalry game.
Florida and Georgia are ranked too high. Florida hasn't proven their rank yet. Georgia lost their bowl game last year to Texas and somehow got ranked above everyone that won their games. Auburn and LSU I am fine with since they already played top 25 match-ups against P5 opponents. They have the best wins so far this year along with Clemson over TAMU. All I ask is we get the same treatment when we start beating top 10, 15, 25 opponents (we probably won't).
As long as they keep winning they should be given a spot. They are 5-2 in the Playoffs and have only been eliminated in the Semi Finals once. The goal is to put the best teams in. Clemson and Alabama are obviously the top programs with the rest playing catch up. All of that being said there certainly have been years when undeserving teams have gone to the playoffs like when Bama got put in after Georgia won the conference, us getting in over Penn State, and use being left out in the 2015/16 season because they didn't want two teams from one conference (a right only reserved for SEC).