someone have access to the Athletic who can post the teams that were drafted?
I second this! I had a bullet smoker for years and it was a pain in the ass (up at 5 am for a 14 lb butt, constantly throwing in chips and charcoal, mass panic at the impending friend riot if the food was going to take an hour longer than I said etc.) but the results made it worth it. My wife gave me the Camp Chef for an anniversary present (I married a keeper...or she just knows I'll cook more for her), and I haven't looked back.
1. After the countless hours on the bullet smoker mentioned above, the pellet smoker felt like cheating
2. There is no less flavor on a pellet vs a bullet IMO (haven't tried mesquit yet).
3. I haven't had a hard time using it as a grill, but it is certainly no BGE, which is what I would go with if you want a grill for a great sear and flavor.
4. The meat thermometer that comes with the grill works for maybe 2 times, but then breaks -- would highly recommend purchasing a different thermometer (bluetooth preferred so you can stay inside and watch football)
Happy to answer any other questions!
As a 6 year old, I had no business being able to pronounce Biakabatuka...but there I was on Monday morning explaining to my teacher why he ruined my weekend.
Probably will get dvoted for this, but I think he was underrated for all the reasons you mentioned above, but I think regardless of situation he would still have questions about his potential because he still has the problem of being fragile. One of my biggest memories of Braxton along with the Wisconsin throw, was him being carted off the field for what turned out to be an inconsequential injury that, if I remember correctly, didn't even stop him from practicing the following week.
I'm sure no one wants to admit it, but some students are going to get paid a lot more money to write some papers for some select athletes...
Don’t know why you’re getting downvoted to hell
Where are you seeing lack of guard talent?
You seem to be a contrarian who is hell bent on trying to prove that this team will go 0-25 just to prove a fantastical narrative that you’ve made up in your head.
Past 20 years would have to amend O.Pace(Move Decker over - Jamarco Jones at RT), David Boston (Ted Ginn), Rickey Dudley (Heuerman)
whoops! Didn't read the rules!
QB - Troy Smith
RB - Zeke
LT - Orlando Pace
LG - Michael Jordan
C - Nick Mangold
RG - Billy Price (moved from C)
RT - Taylor Decker
WR1 - David Boston
WR2 - Michael Thomas
WR3 - Santonio Holmes
TE - Rickey Dudley
I'll take that offense any day of the week over anyone.
and the children!
I guess "suddenly" was not the operative word. Definitely seems like a trend in the past 3-4 seasons. The stuff with Wichita State is kind of shocking (yeah, I went there). Seems like there's going to be a continued trend of young players wanting to be stars immediately and not waiting their turn for development and coaching.
Even with the Potter comment below -- he started 16 games with us and 4 with Wisconsin, and now would be a center piece of our offense if he'd hung around.
Can someone explain why there are suddenly so many transfers, even when they have to sit out a year (Graduate Transfers make sense from a behavioral standpoint). Specifically, I am bewildered by players who are getting a ton of minutes or starting on legitimate teams who enter to portal. Walker, for example, was on an FSU team that consistently makes noise in the ACC and the NCAA tournament. Similarly, Sueing seemed to be a leader on his team at Cal. It would be hard to wrap my head around if someone like Caleb or Washington were to transfer away from the squad, only to waste a year when they're going to play as much on a different team.
This might be the most nit-picky thing I've ever commented, so I apologize in advance, but here it comes: the ode to Nihilist Arby's is "Eat Arby's" not "Eat at Arbys"
For better or worse it sounded like Holtmann said there are rigorous hoops to get through to get back to eligibility. That's at least the vibe I got from that presser when Carton said something like "Back on campus!" and Holtmann essentially said "that's great he's back, but he can't just come back to the team without serious evaluations."
I always loved Thad stepping over to their bench after ET's shot. Coach was fired up!
because it’s still somewhat rare for a non-SEC team to sign two high-caliber backs in the same class.
some nice shade there
that Chris Holtmann is in over his head /s
seriously though - great win and what a fun game to watch!
So you were all in on that 6-22 year in '92 with Randy Ayers? Same with 10-17 the following two years? How about 8-22 with Jim O'Brien?
Win needed much win’s a pretty not....nailed it.
got a lot of those "restricted donations" eh?
Playing well, but the most impressive part of this game is Paul Keels refusing to take a sick day.
^thank you for this