Hopefully my comments didn't mislabel me as a flat earther.....I may enjoy a good story but am by no means a flat earther, haha
"Mad" Mike Hughes was a character to say the least. I watched a documentary on him and one of his rocket launch attempts on Amazon Prime Video. His claims and actions to try to prove (or otherwise) the flat earth theory is an interesting one. My opinion from watching is that he was just curious and wanted some actual proof, so let's go build a rocket. You have to appreciate the guy's ambition to search for proof instead of accepting what is being told to him.
That's the thing with Flat Earthers in general, in my opinion - they are questioning what has been told and pushing for answers. Watch a video on Antarctica in the view point of Flat Earthers. For example, how can you fly over the North Pole but you can't fly over the South Pole/Antarctica? I watched some of these videos as I'm curious what these claims are and how this theory can be rationalized.
There are many holes in the Flat Earth theories, but I respect anyone who questions the why on what is being told to you opposed to accepting all things face value because an expert told you.
Disclaimer: I'm not a Flat Earther but knowledge is power (that's what I'm trying to say, haha)
Heart says LSU, brain says Clemson....this could be a repeat of 2019 when the general consensus was that Bama would roll Clemson
Clemson 49 LSU 24 (please let me be wrong)
Once I wake up, I blast Legion of Doom's entrance (What a RUSH!!) prior to playing TBDBITL for the next 30 minutes or so.
My wife is a saint, I'm glad she loves me.
He seems like someone that likes it both ways.....hey oh!!
my wife is so mad at me for just running through a wall....ugh - LET'S GO!
I drive to *ichigan every Friday before a game, drop a deuce in that shit hole of a state and come back home.
Olave, Hill and Victor all have solid games and Dobbins goes for 170 and 3. Clemson has early success and grabs a halftime lead at 17-10. Ohio State dominates the second half and wins convincingly 34-23.
Friendly wagering advice: Ohio State on the ML (+110) and the UNDER (63.5)
From the football I watched this year, OSU should have an advantage, maybe slight but still an advantage in the trenches.
What makes me nervous is the QB play...Trevor can make the throws, but will he be able to have a clean pocket or be under pressure constantly? Can Fields make the smart/right plays when needed (throw it away, avoid the sack, keep eyes downfield and/or run when needed)? The QB play is the X factor in the game in my opinion.
If Dobbins or Etienne have continued success on the ground, their team's passing game will be successful.
Win the trenches, pound them on the ground with chunk plays and open up the passing game as the game rolls on.
That's funny because I read that and thought "damn, Mack Brown has something great cooking down in Chapel Hill - but apparently not his defense." haha
Great write up though, keep up the good work!
Does this mean they will not lean heavy on the QB read option and design QB runs this week? One can only hope, albeit my true hope is that Fields is 100%.
I would like to see Dobbins straight run it down there throats all day long. They know it's coming, and they can't stop it...that is the most satisfying thing to watch in football.
I'm looking for a word to describe Harbaugh's input and answers, I'm going to go with......TREMENDOUS
I love the attention that KJ and Olave get underneath and intermediate, I am hoping this means Victor can stretch the field more in the second half of the season.
MSU has a really good defense, Olave had tight coverage and Fields looked elsewhere. All good on the Olave front though in my opinion...
Understand and respect the decision. He trained at Ohio State and regionally in Ohio which resulted in much international success and along with a gold medal.
Now he is going to NLWC to train with guys like Bo Nickal and David Taylor, sounds like a great idea to continue his dominance in the wrestling world. Kudos to him and good luck! Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye.
Fields says the coaches have had conversations about him being a smart runner, but he says they haven't directly told him to look to throw rather than to pass.
I'm glad the coaches haven't told him to look to "throw rather than to pass" also...keep on keeping on! ;)
Save your money and go to Chicago....and thank me later!
"San Antonio" Holmes baby (wasn't it Musberger that always called him that?)
Sean Payton stated Trace reminded him of Julian Edelman (QB turned WR)....that's good company for Trace if he proves it
He better figure out how to move a bit quicker, otherwise he will get his punts blocked often.
Slow to kick, no rush and kicking around 45-50 yards - let me guess, he's the next Cam Johnston because he's an Aussie /s
ESPN...never heard of her.
As a NFL head coach, what do you need to really do? Hire the good offensive and defensive coordinators, manage the media, communicate with the front office and manage the game on Sundays.
The head coach does not need to be the smartest X's and O's guy...that needs to be the coordinators. The head coach doesn't need to know the perfect techniques of each position, that is the position coaches job.
In my opinion, a great NFL head coach needs to be a great leader and one that communicates great on all platforms between fans, media, front office, coaches and players. Get the right coordinators and position coaches then the head coach should be more of a figure head than anything.
Why Saban and Urban among others would struggle in the NFL is that they have a drive for perfection/undefeated seasons and micromanage the game. If perfection isn't achieved, then essentially spontaneous combust. Did you see Saban's reaction when his RT had back to back penalties to end the first half? He erupted.
All but certain to be a top 10 pick....please go fill up your bank account Dwayne.