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Buckpasser51


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Comment 26 Jun 2020
Solved: "A cut of uncooked red meat, as a T-bone or rib-eye steak, with the light, white marbling of fat. May be used for sexual slang." https://emojipedia.org/cut-of-meat/
Comment 21 Jun 2020
Hamilton was a 3 star. .8457 Gallimore a 4 star. .9643 Hamilton was the 6th DT taken #235. Jason Cornell was a high 4 star Undrafted - BB Landers was also a 3 star and had a slightly higher rating than Hamilton. He had a great career at OSU and hope he gets an opportunity that he will make the best of, for sure. No argument that LJ is a great coach but not all players develop in the same way. Point was to dispute that Gallimore lost millions by not choosing OSU and that choosing OU is not necessarily a recipe for losing money.
Comment 21 Jun 2020
DeVon Hamilton was drafted at 73. Gallimore at 83. That doesn't translate into " millions". Moreover, they were both in this year's draft. Their "slots" probably were likely pretty close so your opinion is just as likely a pretty significant stretch.
Comment 20 Jun 2020
Haven't you read the "commenting policy"? You can't be using that fancy schmantzy language on this board!
Comment 19 Jun 2020
Don't worry about being grayed out. My hair has been like that for years. Welcome to the Board. Good to hear from a Bama fan. Two storied programs. Each deserving of each other's respect.
Comment 17 Jun 2020
Stick with what you think you know. Been an ardent fan for years and a season ticket holder for decades. Eldon Miller was not "the start of it" whatever "it" is supposed to mean.
Comment 07 Jun 2020
FWIW, the University of Iowa, at 3% of the student body, is 50% higher than that of the University of Wisconsin
Comment 01 Jun 2020
Glad you referenced this. It is important to understand that he has a congenital defect in his "back" that will need surgical treatment. This is not the same thing as a surgical spinal fusion. Nor has it been disclosed where the fused vertebrae are. The "back" is a lay term and could mean the cervical spine, thoracic spine or lumbar spine. In any event, it is a tough break for him but he may be very fortunate that it was identified before it lead to serious and potentially permanent consequences. Best wishes.