I guess you're right... the $22 Trillion we have spent since the '60s in the War on Poverty hasn't seemed to make a difference.
Still trying to figure out why the poor decisions of one or a few officers should result in the needless destruction of a countless amount of property thousands of miles away, affecting people who had absolutely nothing to do with the original situation.
I presently have a torn labrum in my left shoulder (confirmed by MRI), but am not feeling any daily pain from it... the shoulder joint just feels "loose" and hurts if I try to do pull-ups and let it fully extend. Of course, I'm not dealing with 300-lb offensive linemen on a daily basis ;-)
My doctor said that up to 50% of males over 50 have a labrum tear. He recommended therapy or shots before talking about surgery, but I've decided to let it ride for now since I'm not having any debilitating pain. Has anybody been there, done that and would like to share?
He wanted to showcase his abilities more.
Huh? More than being the starting point guard on a contending team in the toughest conference in the land?
Unless you are looking to make sports a career... move on with your life. This is just one of those anomalies that life throws at you and in five or ten years it won't make any difference.
Those criticizing the winter sports decision seem to be putting an extra sports season ahead of graduating and moving forward with your life. Isn't that the point of school, or is it playing more sports?
It will be interesting to see what happens to Carton and where he ends up, presumably closer to home?
Let's face it, we have given our way of life over to lawyers. They call the shots. All this is happening to ward off lawsuits.
When this turns out to have been a false alarm and phenomenally over-hyped, beware what happens when we really do have an emergency, i.e. people failing to prep for hurricanes because "wolf" has been cried too many times before.
All I see is that you score more than your opponent when you win.
Can we just be done with this season and come back next year? What happened to never quitting, no matter what? Even if this season turns out to be a disappointment, there is still a lot of basketball to be played and a lot of learning to do.
Say what??? 5-start point guard on a potentially great D1 basketball team? The fragility of today's youth is hard to believe, I guess I blame social media and its ill effects on kids not prepared to deal with their immediate surroundings let alone worldwide exposure.
Funny to hear Bosa say, "Just Hang in There".
Adjusting your blocking strategy to fit your running back's strengths seems like a reasonable thing to do. There's no reason the line can't use both styles of blocking depending on who is back there.
Never lived there, but I worked in Lincoln tower one summer about 1986. My work buddy and I would walk past the Horseshoe every day and over to the athletic facilities to play tennis or lift weights at lunch.
Josh Myers looks like a guy you can count on to do his job.
Kentucky will be aware of his injury and may be playing loose with the elbows. Maybe he should wear a flak jacket or at least some kind of rib protection.
Let's see how he develops at OSU/DEU. Could be another great one in the making. Push yourself hard in the weightroom, classroom and on the field, young fella.
Meanwhile players have been resting, recuperating from the last three games and hopefully getting their studies caught up and wrapped up. It's time to go full-bore on Clemson prep!
A steady performer and another Great Buckeye setting a high standard
Other than the fake punt, we kept things pretty conventional against our last three opponents, and I think that was quite intentional. Hopefully Day opens up the playbook and pulls out all the trickery we can muster.
The coaches seem to be doing a great job educating these young men on the difference between "potential" and "ability", and the path they must work through to get from point A to point B, and not try to "have it all" from the start. It's a great life lesson.
I was talking with a CSU grad today and he is focused on defense-oriented head coach. Let's hope whoever goes there doesn't try to take a key staff member with him.
The halftime score should have been even at worst. The fumble was costly and that 30-second touchdown sequence at the end of the half was garbage. Don't let your guard down... Clemson won't fail to take advantage.
The Oklahoma "flag planters" could also use a beat-down if they don't get one from LSU.
Fields may want to run, and have the option to do that, but his speed or cutting ability may not be up to his usual standard wearing the heavy brace, especially if he still has soreness in the knee. I'd rather we make a few more punts than put his health at risk.