As all you die-hard Anti-Dan Patrick listeners know Dan was on the OSU sideline for The Game, but clearly he hates OSU
Another little tidbit that doesn't add up in retrospect. Ant-man was in the quantum realm for 5 years but said to him it was only 5 hours thus he hadn't really aged. Janet Van Dyne was in the quantum realm for like 40 years so shouldn't that have equated to being 40 hours for her? Thus shouldn't she only have aged 2 days?
But how did the Avengers defeat the Chitauri? Tony nuked their base and they all fell over dead. Why would only the ones on earth fall over dead why not all of them?
Loved it. Fat Thor was by far my favorite character. Similar to Tony in Ironman 3 it showed that even as super heroes they struggle with real life guilt and regret. Thor could have killed Thanos and prevented the snap but his arrogance got the best of him again in wanting Thanos to know he got his revenge instead of "going for the head".
Outside of Time Travel theory, I have two questions that didn't add up to me. In order for Hawkeye to receive the soul stone he must lose that which he loves most, wouldn't that be his wife not Natasha? You can say his wife was already gone at that point because of the snap, but that's false because she is in fact still a live in 2014 when he is on Vormir.
My other question is how is the Chitauri army with Thanos in the final battle scene when they were destroyed in 2012 at the battle of New York and Thanos is traveling from 2014?
I listen to DP everyday and never did he say he thought Haskins was the worst of the 4. Opposite actually he usually touted Haskins as the best QB in the draft class. He has been critical today of Haskins reaction to dropping but going into the draft he never said Haskins wasn't a first round QB.
D' Angelo Russell or Mike Conley, we need a legit true PG who can create offense for himself and others.
I am tired of reading all the Tate bashing on here. Everyone knows that you all would be praising his confidence and cockiness had Justin Fields not fallen in to our laps. Just because the guy looks out for himself and feels a little betrayed by everyone falling all over the shiny new toy doesn't mean he's "all talk". You were loving that talk when you thought he'd be our next QB. I was excited to see what Tate could do in our offense and I'm disappointed I won't get to see it. Best of Luck to him
There is absolutely no reason to schedule moderately competitive OOC games anymore. Strength of Schedule mattering to the playoff committee was a crock of shit. Go back to scheduling MAC schools and FCS schools for non-conference
I'm not into wearing basketball jerseys anymore, mainly because I'm in my 30's, but I would absolutely buy a T-shirt version of that to wear.
So my question is, is this a Meyer decision? is this how his defenses played in Florida? or is this a Schiano decision? Taver Johnson wanting to teach this method?
One question I've been wondering lately is, whose decision is it to teach the Corners to play receivers hands rather than get their head around and play the ball. From what I've been watching our DB's are often in good position but get called for PI or lose jump balls because they simply don't get their heads around and play the ball. I would think this strategy would lead to more INT's by winning some of these jump ball situations.
Clemson did beat a top 25 Texas A&M on the road, not at a neutral site. They have a high quality win to match ours, not schocked we still sit behind them.
Nothing. The correct answer is nothing. A better question would be, saying LeBron decides to come back. What realistic moves can the Cavs make for next year to improve this team. You've got the #8 pick to add a contributing young player (Personally I think Trae Young or Michael Porter would be fantastic for them), but what else can you do?
You can't legislate greed out of the sport. Paying players will solve absolutely nothing. If you pay players 25k a year and an agent offers him 100k to sign with a school what do you think he's gonna do? You know what's better than 25k? 125k. There is nothing the NCAA can do to solve the problem of greed. Their best bet is to up the stipend athletes get, allow them to get actual jobs in the offseason to earn more money, and treat them just like every other student is treated. Allow them to transfer without restrictions, allow them to receive benefits under say $100. So if someone wants to buy them dinner, who cares let them. This will help alleviate the minor infractions so that they can just focus on the major money ones.
Don't you dare talk ill of Al "Touchdown" Bundy, he scored 4 touchdowns in one game! what have you done?