44-17. I do not know why but I feel they get us on a turnover and a trick play somewhere.
For the record Google is the worst offender. They censor for China right now and argue that China would just steal their product anyway. I say let them steal it. Don’t be a part of the system of oppression.
Doing business with China and censoring for China are two different things. Here’s how it should work. NBA, Apple, Google, any business really, does business in China. China says “hey we have a huge market and we want to work with you, however, this whole freedom of speech thing and no censorship isn’t really good for us oppressing our people, censor your content and employees from talking negative about us or China will ban you.” Companies should then tell China to kick bricks. The NBA is popular in China, if China bans the NBA then maybe the people will wake up there and push back.
If everyone is so scared of the Chinese government why are we sending players there? Why is the NBA censoring it’s players and GMs to appease China still!? It’s all for money. People didn’t like Kaeps timing kneeling for the flag but the argument is it will bring the most attention to it. Well taking a stand against China gets more attention out while the NBA is there. The Players should be getting pissed at the NBA and they should be rethinking their dealing with a murderous dictatorship. The rockets GM is a hero and is brave for speaking out.
ESPN recruiting rankings are still garbage compared to 247 or Rivals
McLaurin succeeding in Washington proves he is just damn good and would be an absolute star anywhere. Im worried about Haskins as well. He needs to be traded.
How many weeks has it been since a buckeye hasn't had a sack in the NFL? Cant remember. Chase Young next year will make it almost impossible for this to happen again.
Mich ST is already great at defense. Their problem is Michigan is better not so recruiting got tougher. Q is can Fick out recruit Kentucky, and Michigan for Ohio Players.
Explain Vandy, Kentucky, USC, Arkansas. It doesn't make sense at all. This includes SOS in its calculation and the SEC is 1-9 in SOS and 14 of top 16. Its stupid biased.
Check Alabama's schedule and then Notre Dames. They really want to claim 85% of the SECs schedule is tougher than ND's? its laughable.
It absolutely not conspiracy that they over rank SEC teams especially early. This hurts other conferences indirectly. Hell some had Georgia over Oklahoma and OSU in playoff and even after the season. Its blatant.
Plus it has every teams SOS top 16. Always over ranked to start. They lose 4 or 5 games and just say they had a tough schedule last year. I expect them to be better this year so top 10 the next year. Rinse and repeat.
But what causes the SEC to start with 9 teams in the top 17? and do people use this as a justification to preseason AP ranking or early week rankings. They use this shit to boost SEC teams early then complain the SEC beats each other up when only playing 8 conference games and chicken shit Saturday.
South Carolina at 17. Vandy is in top 50 over Northwestern.
9 SEC teams in the top 17 is all you need to know.
What ever his system is, it wildly over ranks SEC teams. Every SEC team is in the top 52 teams and 9 in the top 17 is ridiculous. These S&P numbers are biased or skewed in their favor.
Sorry that happened. Those are tough sells in these kind of games. I resorted to giving tickets away for UAB because I couldn't bare someone no going in my place.
They will have four 5* running backs on their roster. This actually crossed my mind lol.
This would give them 4 five star running backs on their depth chart and another four star. Milton could get early playing time here but not likely at Georgia. Seems odd to me especially since he is not from Georgia.
Id say for me the loudest was the bomb to Devin Smith to beat Wisconsin. I was front row of the BlockO and climbed the speakers there. The view looking back at the fans was insane and I will never forget it. My favorite games I went to were the slaughters of Penn State at home and the Big Ten Championship against Wisconsin. Just about nothing went wrong during the game and it was just pure bliss.
Very surprised Malik Harrison is not a captain. Thought he would be THE leader of the defense this year. Also, holy hell Chase Young is a monster. I know Coop is a big dude but he looks noticeably smaller in this picture.
It wasn't an easy catch by no means so maybe saying a drop isn't fair. Just a more talented guy could have.
Watch the play again. the receiver is suppose to make the LB bubble out or not have a direct route to the RB creating space. Receiver doesn't do his job and the LB is free to get the range necessary to track the ball and pick it. Ball was slightly under thrown but that can be fixed and is likely an incomplete pass if the receiver does his job. Haskins should be fine with a better OL and coaching staff setting him up to succeed instead of dropping him back to make long throws with a bad OL.