I moved primarily due to weather.
It's both. A culture that values looks more highly than another culture would hold a genetic advantage over time.
Missed your post and posted the same thing below. Up until the Michigan game, that 2018 team was incredibly frustrating. The mods were openly wishing for the offseason lol
You're picking one example. Ohio State's gotten their hand slapped for other things. Michigan basically gives out thousands for free trips, and they were named during the Adidas thing.
I'm sure the SEC is a little dirtier, but to pretend like any big boy program is clean is embarrassingly naive.
And bringing up your degree REALLY makes you sound like an elitist Michigan fan. I mean, seriously, hijacking a thread to call another team a bunch of cheaters, and then bringing up your degree?
Crazy how the Michigan game turned around the 2018 narrative so much. 2018 up until that point was almost unwatchable. I think it's too high on the list.
This is the same thing Michigan goes on and on about at their blog. "So glad I have a Michigan degree because OSU is a bunch of cheaters."
Do you really want to sound like that?
There is zero chance this guy is a lawyer lol
I don't think you're saying anything. 3 stars sometimes work out? Everyone knows dude. 4 and 5 stars just work out more often.
Go ahead and link that to feel superior, though, I guess.
I think you've missed the point.
We stopped recruiting him after the College Gameday recruiting violation.
I like the hire. McDaniels was a clown with the Broncos, and people in GB think McCarthy wasted Aaron Rodgers' prime.
The NFL is weird. Even fans fall in love with these retreads.