gambling establishment etc
Well, I know that everyone wants to talk about the PSU situation, but I am frankly sick of even thinking about that. Let's take our minds off of such a sad thing and watch two fairly good pro teams play. Teams trading turnovers in the last two minutes of the first half here. Chicago threatening in the red zone with about 50 seconds to go. Tied up 10-10. Go Eagles.
Also, they spotlighted BG earlier and he proceeded to destroy the right tackle. Beast mode.
I'd like to see what the mgoblog community thinks are, historically or currently, the cleanest/dirtiest (semi-competitive, no western kentucky or north texas) programs in the country. As recently as a week ago I would have put Penn State in the top 10 cleanest, but now, are they one of the dirtiest?
Navy (obviously for all 3)
Penn State kindof
Lots and lots of discussion on the board the past 72 hours over Joe Pa, Penn State's administration and how what people did versus what they should've done. I am troubled frankly, most of all, by what McQueary did NOT do when he witnessed first hand Sandusky assaulting the young boy. I know I'm a father of 4 and hence a bit "kid biased" but can somebody tell me why in the name of God did McQueary not grab a chair and beat the holy hell out of Sandusky when he saw him raping the child???? I honestly believe if I witnessed an old man raping a child in the shower I would stop Sandusky with force enough to hurt him. From what I read in the Grand Jury report that is not even close to what he did and it bothers me.
Please understand I am not excusing Joepa, the AD or the Dean of Finance for their lack of action on what was reported but everything they heard was second or even third hand. But McQueary saw it happening - and I cannot understand for the life of me why he didn't do more. A LOT more.
Per Josh Helmholdt, Ron Thompson has committed to Syracuse. It does not say it directly in his tweet, but it has a link to the Syracuse Rivals page. Best of luck to him.
Per Twitter, Brandon Graham is coming off the PUP list tonight to play against Chicago for his 2011 season debut after his bigtime knee injury last year. A lot has been expected of him since he was chosen 13th overall last year, but hopefully this year he'll ease back into the game after fully recovering and set himself up for a breakout 2012 season.
The game, as usual, will be on at 8:30 EST on ESPN. Make sure to watch and root for one of the best guys from the 2009 team along with teammate Jason Avant. (But hopefully not Tacopants.)