"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
HTTV arrived in the mail today -- it's beautiful and spectacular!
The bonus on the back cover is awesome!
Now to start reading...
The forecast is for scattered T-storms in the afternoon tomorrow (hopefully they are gone by the time we start.) Despite that, who will be there tomorrow night? I will be the one in the Nike #20 home jersey...... will be a lot of those but one of them will be me.
I know there's front page and forum content about this development, but I didn't see anything specific to recruiting or possible transfers. How do you think this will affect the 2015 recruiting class and beyond? Do you think there will be an exodus similar to the PSU defections? Is there a chance that Crawford flips back to Michigan? Do the coaches still even want him? Thoughts?
EDIT: Mods, if this is premature or redundant, please delete.
While we wait to see if ND football burns down - let's have some Friday afternoon fun and have a contest where you pick the 2 "major" home and home series. Whoever gets it right, we can come back to and give major POSBANG to.
Please keep your answers short and start your comment with format
- Team A
- Team B
So we can find it easily. Short comment can follow.
Remember, this is not who you want i.e.
but who you think will happen.
Here is a fun site to help you figure out who has openings, I assume these games are in the 2020s and Oklahoma and UCLA are off the clock for obvious reasons.
Reasoning: USC and UCLA are the 2 glamor Pac 12 schools. We already have UCLA and USC comes to Midwest for ND already. Stanford already plays Northwestern and ND a lot in the Midwest and frankly they could revert to mean in 10 years, they were horrible until 6 years ago. Oregon we have not had good experiences with. Everyone wants Texas and of course it would be a dream matchup but I am going with 2 SEC schools, one would be a glamour matchup and the other just is a guess on fit. Texas A&M would have been a 3rd guess.
Interesting idea, and since it seems to have the backing of government it'll probaby last a few seasons at least.
On my recent trip to China it seemed like there was a decent following of the NFL, especially in the bigger cities. I'm just hopeful there will be a team in the city my wife is from so there will be more to do there the next time I visit.