Kind of off topic but still within the same realm of this thread, has anyone actually gotten a ticket from the things on the freeway that display your speed and say "photo enforced?" I've blown by so many of those but always think if they actually did enforce them I would be screwed.
Besides pushing certain players with a good story (looking at you Mantei), the description of the award is about the player whose performance is the most excellent with integrity. Winston, Manziel, Newton, and Bush all won this award. It seems the voters forgot what the word integrity means.
The Heisman has become a joke of an award. I could care less who wins it these days.
Wow. What's her name?
I felt this way about True Detective Season 2. After every episode I was googling characters and trying to find episode recaps explaining all of the little tie-ins that I missed. Once I got everything down the season was actually pretty enjoyable, especially when I went back and watched it a second time.
Same. Great game but dang it eats up my battery.
I didn't mean it like that. I don't think you need to go to a big name school to be successful. I just think the bigger schools with bigger names offer more connections and better preparation for the real world in general.
I'm biased since I graduated from UD, but a diploma from there is going to go way farther than a D3 school most people haven't heard of.
Ironic comment of the day goes to BrutusB!!!
Or the pop passes that count for a completion when it basically is a handoff.
I keep telling myself the same thing. I really don't understand all of these positive stats coming from last season on the offensive side. All I remember is a lot of frustration.
Makes sense but why isn't everyone wearing them? It must be because he hits so hard they are trying to protect the others.
Are those pads on the outside of his helmet?
When you find your recently stolen phone online, its time to call the cops and let them take care of business. What's the point of taking it into your own hands?
Maybe these are point values instead of rankings? He probably took the best characteristics from each school and added up the points to see which gave him the highest total. Just a guess, but would make more sense to me.
SnG, I could've worded my original post better by saying that the shirt needed explanation, not that it didn't make sense. Either way, Cjkanski is right in saying that you are helping me prove my point by showing that you don't understand the complete message behind the shirt.
You're lying to yourself if you think you read his shirt and immediately knew exactly what message he was trying to get across.
We posted around the same time. I was surprised by the downvoting as well. It seems that more level headed people have read since and helped balance things out since the initial rush after 11W posted the article.
Not really. The shirt needed context which he gave in the post camp interview. Without it, the shirt doesn't make sense. In my opinion, he still would've gotten an opportunity to deliver his message if he wore a shirt that read "I hope I don't get killed today." Adding race to the t-shirt wasn't necessary, but it definitely increased the reactions and the "hot take" factor quite a bit.
You're assumptions about me really deserve a response, but all I have for you is this:
I think a shirt reading "I hope I don't get killed today" would've raised just as much awareness, but alas the race card had to be played.
Downvotes galore for not agreeing with me? That's not what they are there for people.