I live in South Florida and just in the past week, six people I personally know tested positive. Three of those were a couple and their kid, who they suspect got it from another kid in day care. Who knows how many other kids got it and passed it on to their parents.
I was there just about a year and a half ago with my Girlfriend and her father. Stayed at Air BnBs in Playa del Carmen and Tulum, and then spent a day in Cancun going around town to markets and the beach. We never had a problem of any kind. If you are at a resort and don't want to be adventurous, just stay at the resort. Most of them have everything you need.
Only drink bottled water, don't get drunk while away from the hotel, and don't attract unnecessary attention to yourself.
There were multiple incidents with his coaches. Georgia dropped him after learning about the last one which involved him not giving up his phone at bed check and then throwing a hissy-fit about it. Georgia learned about after his LOI was sent in from what I read, and decided to release him.
This is more like the equivalent of a 10* BOOM.
Oh trust me, the momentum part isn't lost on me. But we shouldn't act like a bunch of scUM fans and place blame squarely on the refs. We beat ourselves.
We still got the ball back even with the blown call, and we gave it right back. You can blame the replay all you want, but there were way more self-inflicted mistakes that were all equally as detrimental.
The facts are we had three redzone possessions in the first quarter and only came away with field goals. If we convert just one of those, this is a different game.
Letting Trevor Lawrence run for a 67 yard TD was a total defensive breakdown.
Wade did lead with the crown of his helmet, and like it or not it was the right call based on a broken rule.
The fumble should have not been overturned, that was straight trash, but we still got the ball back and Fields threw an INT.
The roughing the kicker penalty killed us, and there's no one to blame but Ohio State on that one.
The reason we should be butt-hurt about this game isn't that the refs/replay "stole the game from us", it is that we dominated nearly every single aspect of this game, but dumb mistakes and failure to execute on a few key plays means we beat ourselves.
Holy shit. So what's the next award drought we can gripe about?
Let's not forget the cheap shot on Field's way out of bounds.
Chase Young is free, can he hoop?
It doesn't have to be money, it could have been something even more trivial like a watch or dinner. Literally anything. I totally agree with you on one thing, it it hard to believe a kid who only has to wait until mid-January to announce he is going to the NFL and can then do literally whatever he wants, would do something so selfish this close to the end of his season.
No, it happened to me as well. If you go through the Facebook link the audio should work as intended.
I'm wondering if we could hit 80 against Rutgers.
44 is a huge number. I wouldn't be upset if we did not beat the spread in this game, simply because we will likely get up early and put the young guys in to get their reps. If we win by 30, I'll be happy.
I honestly was not impressed with TTUN while watching that game. Maryland moved the ball pretty well until they got to the redzone. The score looked pretty good, but it didn't look that way watching it.
I'll be interested to see how the TTUN and PSU guys feel about our match-ups.
USC is the better job for sure compared to FSU, but there's no way he leaves PSU for either of them. He already recruits very well at PSU, despite going up against OSU and TTUN. PSU will almost always be in the thick of the conference championship race at Penn State. Fure sure he would see the same kind of success at USC, but it would be a step back at first. There is no reason for him to leave.
Diaz isn't going anywhere soon. He'll get at least three or four years.
I think that is a fair point, but like you said a bit extreme. Still something to consider.
Let me ask you a question, how would you weight the offensive averages against the defensive averages? So say an offense's YPC average is 157% compared to their previous opponents defensive averages, and the defense we are comparing it to gives up 49% of their previous opponents YPC. How are you weighting that.
I don't, the way I see it a team's season average is already going to have that factored in. But I'll do it for the fact that I hate my job and don't mind killing time until 6.
OSU 24 - Wisconsin 21.
Ohio State is holding teams to 65% and 63% of their season rushing and passing YPA averages respectively.
Wisconsin is holding teams to 49% and 73% of their season rushing and passing YPA averages respectively.
OSU averages 6.4 and 9.1 YPA rushing and passing.
Wisky averages 5.2 and 8.2 YPA rushing and passing.
|Team||Projected Rush||Projected Pass||Projected Yards||Points per yard avg||Projected Points|
Rain will effect the passing game, effectively neutralizing our advantages on the outside.
Weather.com predicts rain during the day:
Rain showers in the morning will evolve into a more steady rain in the afternoon. High 59F. Winds E at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Rainfall near a half an inch. Locally heavier rainfall possible.