I don't follow basketball recruiting very closely but how is a 7 footer not ranked? Is he that big of a project?
The fatigue is starting to hit me. I am really excited for Endgame because it wraps up a story spanning 10 years and Spider Man because he is my favorite Marvel character but I kind of want to see them end after this. Don't milk the movies dry so you only think of the bad. Go out on top with something amazing.
I know Ant Man gets a lot of hate but I can never understand why. I thought the humor and action scenes were top notch.
Just curious, what movies go in what tier for you? I have my list below. That being said being in the bottom of this list is still a good movie The MCU has done a fantastic job with their movies unlike other comic book companies.
I felt Captain Marvel flow was off and never really found myself cheering for the characters like the movies in the higher tiers.
- Avengers 1
- Avengers Infinity War
- Iron Man
- Guardians of the Galaxy
- Thor: Ragnarok
- Captain America: Civil War
- Captain America: Winter Soldier
- Iron Man 2
- Ant Man
- Spider Man
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Ant Man and the Wasp
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Guardians of the Galaxy 2
- Doctor Strange
- Black Panther
- Thor: The Dark World
- Iron Man 3
- Captain Marvel
EDIT: Everything in a group is in no particular order. I do not think Captain Marvel was the worst of the movies just the last one I typed. I also may have missed a movie but I think I got them all.
I agree. Basketball it is easier to identity the one and done players who are future stars. These players too can also completely make a team competitive vs one star player in football. I'm sure a lot of players have gotten more than a handshake (at all big time college programs) but I'm guessing it is always less than basketball.
Not to be to gossipy with his life, but he was on a late flight from Columbus to Boston on Monday before the parade.
I like the thought but would need to crunch numbers more to get on board. If a team (G5) wins all their games against 6-6 teams (bowl eligible) would that make them more worthy than a team that played a really tough schedule with a loss. Not sure if this scenario could play out but would be interesting to see the numbers over the past 5 years with tweaks to them.
Borland has great instincts but is slow; Werner is fast but has terrible instincts.
Not crazy about bringing Mattison on board due to his age but if this is the plan I can fully get behind it. A young and lively staff learning from a great one for a year or two is not a bad thing here. If this is what happens I think this is a home run hire.
I can't see any Fields news happening soon. As far as I know he has never visited before today. This may cause Haselwood to slow things down and wait until February to sign though which could be awesome.