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CauseICouldntGoFor3


MEMBER SINCE   November 02, 2017

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Comment 07 Oct 2019

Was there a reason you decided to stop at the 14 decimal?  Your analysis would have been more accurate at the 15 decimal /s

Sorry. Just a bored engineer at work eating lunch

Comment 18 Sep 2019

I also remember the Wisconsin DB coach saying our WRs were bad and no one played good technique against us. I think we thought it was billboard material but the coach was spot on. I think we went to OT or escaped with a win and from there on out every game was like that. 

Comment 26 Jun 2019

Floor: Lincoln Riley/Chip Kelly

The offense is going to be awesome. Period.  We looked like Oregon during the first 4 games last year sprinting up to the line of scrimmage and immediately snapping it.  We have plenty of recuits that are absolute studs and we will have a very sexy offense that will keep attracting top recruits.  We will have to see about the defense though because Johnson and Mattison are at the end of their careers but both very elite.  Personally, I only see Hafley here for 4 seasons max then he is back in the NFL with a DC position. 

Ceiling: Saban

Many national titles won because its Ohio State and Day is the hot new young coach that is attached to the biggest brand in college football.  We will have to see how loyal Day is to his seniors.  That was Urbans biggest fallacy (which is not bad just not great when you want to win football games).  Would Urban have pulled out JT Barrett at half time of the NC game if he had a chance?  NO WAY and I would bet the mortgage on that. Saban is a cold blooded coach.  If you don't perform...you sit.  If Day has a Saban mindset then its going to be a bright future. 

Comment 12 Jun 2019

I think it is mainly due to them thinking Minnesota and Nebraska have the hot new young coaches that are going to turn the programs around

Comment 06 Feb 2019

I graduated HS in 2006 and this is what I remember.  

We only needed to take 3 years math and science.  Maybe 4 years of English and History/Government, 2 years of a foreign language, and 1 of art/music.  I am 100% off on those numbers though.

But if you take all the core subjects your first 3 years most likely your senior year you only have to make up 2 or 3 yearlong classes before you can officially get your diploma.  So you could take in the fall of your senior year, 2 different English classes and  2 different History classes.  That way you get a full year of them in during one semester.  Then at that point you are eligible to graduate in December-ish