good luck with that
"We do have [in March] typically about 50 percent more vasectomies than in other months," Dr. Ed Sabanegh, chairman of the Department of Urology at the Cleveland Clinic, told CNN. "A lot of patients come in and say, 'I have to have this during March Madness, you have to talk to my wife about it. Tell her what my limitations are and that I need to be on the couch.'
Sweet, fancy Moses! This article seems like mgoboard gold, Jerry (The last two lines are Seinfeld references for the younger generation).
I'm curious to see the responses. Will it be Oiho jokes? Will it be shots on me for posting something so stupid? Who will be the first to post their own vasectomy "Cool story, bro" anecdote? EDIT: mGrowOld = Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!
I just saw KenPom was doing an AMA(like a Q&A) earlier. Was pretty internesting to look through.
In a game where Clemson was favored....
I completely understood Robert Morris rushing against Kentucky. It's okay if it's a small school. But a team in the ACC should not be doing this.
Yes, it is as deep as you would expect an article written by Jon Horford to be...
Hope you all enjoy.
I came across this today while looking through twitter. Just one more reason to love Coach B.
Navy pilot Natesh Rao met Beilein in 2010 when he took his team to Europe, and they've kept in touch with occassional emails.
"He always writes back, which is one of the ways you know he's genuinely apprecative," Rao said. "It's not just lip service."
And when Rao went to a Michigan practice last year, Beilein put him to work, asking him to teach his players how to stand at attention so that they would be ready to do it before each game.
"Before every season, we talk about how we're going to conduct ourselves during the national anthem," Beilein said. "To me, that's not a little thing. That's a big thing.
"I always remind the guys that when the national anthem is playing, just remember there's people freezing their tail off on a hill in Afghanistan while you're getting ready to play a game."