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Comment 13 May 2019

I was wowed by McCarthy’s live arm. But unimpressed by how most of his impressive clips are him freelancing and heaving the ball down field. Very little of an actual structured offense.

McCord’s offense actually looks similar to what Ryan Day runs. He’s deadly accurate on short intermediate throws. Reads and reacts quickly. Delivers ball to playmakers in stride and on time. Wish there was more film on deeper throws. 

Comment 26 Apr 2019

Would have been cool if he met Malcolm Jenkins, another N.J. guy, while on campus. Both should have been there around the same time. 

Comment 24 Mar 2019

Hike Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park and get back to me. If you arent impressed by this worlds natural beauty after that hike then you really might be dead inside. 

Grand Canyon is much better away from the swarm of tourist. For that reason I prefer the north rim. Much less crowded. 

Comment 02 Mar 2019

A D-line of Bosa-Jones-Gary-Young would have been a sight to see. I’m still mad we missed out on the Bosa-Spence bookend. 

Comment 12 Feb 2019

Basically what OSU992 said. The sapphire reserve is a bit different from the sapphire preferred as the bonus is 50% instead of 25%. 

A point is worth 1 cent when reframed for cash. 

Lets just use 50k points.... if you were to redeem those points for cash chase would give you $500. However if you redeem the points through chase’s travel portal it’s worth $625-750 depending on what card you have. 

It gets better though. You can transfer those points to certain airlines and hotel partners on a 1:1 ratio for better redemptions. I like using United and Hyatt. With United I’ve used $300 dollars worth of points to pay for a round trip ticket that would have cost over $700. With Hyatt you can get a crazy $600/night room at a 5 star place like the Park Hyatt Maldives for 25k chase points($250 worth in cash). Or what I like to do, spend 5K points ($50 worth) on a room that’s typically $100-200. 

Chase points will pay for my honeymoon. 

Comment 11 Feb 2019

Depends on your spending habits. Figure out where most of your spending goes and get a card/cards that maximize return. I have 3 chase cards and an AMEX that cover pretty much everything:

 Freedom - for the 5% back categories. Rotation typically includes gas, groceries, restaurants, drug stores, mobile pay, movies. 

Sapphire Reserve - 3% back on restaurants, bars, anything dealing with travel (flights, car rental, hotels, cruses, parking, Uber etc). Plus other perks.

Freedom Unlimited - 1.5% on everything else the others don’t cover. 

AMEX gold - for 4% on groceries and other perks. 

Racked up quite a bit of points from sign up bonuses and spending that I transfer to to travel partners for best redemption.