Aspiration also has a debit card so you can withdraw instantly. I did forget about that. Bank to Bank transfers online take a couple days, but you can withdraw at any ATM worldwide, and they reimburse all ATM fees.
Whether or not Dobbins runs better than a 4.49 won't matter nearly as much as his 10 yard split and his agility times (which should be towards the top of the combine at RB).
Personally have used Aspiration Bank for a high-interest savings account (same issues with withdrawing money quickly as previous users have stated). I'm not sure what the rate is now that they offer. But they also have an investment account I've put some money in and it's grown substantially over the last couple of years and getting money out is about the same amount of time as the Savings account.
It doesn't deserve your unconditional praise but it's extremely obvious you're trying to create drama where there is none. Hafley was one of the best assistant coaches in the country last year and was a very large part of getting us to the CFP. Our defensive performance, recruiting, and program are all improved because of the one year he gave us.
I have no idea why you can't acknowledge this without trying to make it seem like he doesn't deserve praise. You say you've moved on but you obviously are hurt that he left after one year because you've spent this much time and energy trying to defend your stance on this.
Hafley absolutely deserves a LOT of praise for last year.
Well when we're in a bowl game I believe schools are allowed to help subsidize some of the travel costs for parents to go to the game so that's something that is definitely allowed.
My wife once snuck filet mignon into a Cinebistro. Not only did she eat free steak, they had the utensils necessary to make it work.
My little sister went to school with Sam's son so we've known him as a family for awhile. He also helped me out with some legal stuff when I was a teenager (speeding tickets...aggressive ones). He's incredibly nice and never once came off as anything close to a D-bag.
Fresh popcorn with lots of the cancer butter is my go to. Nothing beats the classic.
Usually after all that salt I want something sweet, with chocolate.
Lawrence, Ross, and Etienne all improving + they will just reload at O-line like we do (and we rarely have concerns with that). They will reload everywhere and their top skill position players will all be a year better.
Yes, if we're splitting hairs you could say "as good" because they were already an elite offense.
I think this should be the last main page article about these two unless it comes out they are absolutely innocent and reinstated.
We shouldn't be spending our time on these guys anymore.
Bama back on top is literally just "because Bama" so I'll ignore that.
I'm surprised they have such a big gap between us and Clemson. I would actually be more scared of a matchup with them this coming season than I was last season. Their offense should be even better, and their defense was very young last season. They honestly deserve a higher rating. Our secondary vs that offense this season would be much scarier compared to last season.
Handled it like a veteran coach. Cut to the quick, answered the only questions that needed answering, and is moving on.
Well done, Coach.
Coombs is most likely not thinking about anything other than what the hell were these kids doing. Terrible take.
Except quality research and performance in the academic fields is worth millions more to the schools than what our football players are worth to the school.
A student who breaks ground on something in their academic field may not have people wanting their "jersey" or lining up for autographs but the money that research can bring it is far more lucrative.
Someone can say it. But they'd be wrong.
Question: are students who have a full ride via an academic scholarship under the same rules as athletes? Namely, can they profit off their likeness if the opportunity arose (getting paid to speak at events, etc).
You must be the hit of every party.
Are you not allowed to out-clever it? Human race is a term for what we currently are (homo sapiens). If we were altered to be something different, it would escape that criteria.
Without any guilt, I would wish for something that benefits me personally, right now, as well as my family in the near future (lots of money, etc).
There's still a chance the human race exists (5%), and who knows what state our race will be in by then anyways? We're just animals...we'd most likely cease to exist (by the definition of "human" as we know it today) at some point anyways.
I could wish for enough money to fund research that would allow me to live life as I want as well as fund research that would alter human DNA, thus removing that altered "race" from the "human race" definition and save them as well, effectively canceling out the human apocalypse.
Says the human race will be wiped out, not Earth. Doesn't matter where the humans are in this case.
Dawand Jones could easily hold a spot on the bench on the basketball team and earn playing time.
Some of our football guys could do well at track (Williams for sure). Zach Harrison would be fun to see just once on the track next to all the small guys lined up for the 200.
Put some of our lineman on the track team for shotput/discus and I bet they succeed.
What Gamble did will probably never happen again, especially at the level he played at on both sides. You have to specialize these days to be elite at your position, and we recruit well enough that we don't actually need anyone to contribute on offense and defense.
It would most likely hurt their careers because they wouldn't be able to focus on one specific position, and improve as much as those who do.
I don't think the referee was pissy at all, he was talking about his experience.
You can easily see it from the ref's perspective. If I'm an official, which has got to be one of the more stressful jobs around on game day, I want to be able to have a give and take with the coach I'm supposed to be interacting with. If I'm just met with a stone wall the whole time, I'm certainly not going to go out of my way to help him by giving him warnings and the other "preventative officiating" that he talked about.
I don't want a coach trying to butter up the ref by any means, but being a normal human that can at least listen with intent is all it takes to be likeable. It doesn't surprise me though because Urban was ALL business on game day.