I thought that myself when I read that article that talked about a Data Scientist(tm)
Been managing a lengthy debate at work over the concept of "Best Male Life."
The question: Who, among the world's male species, is leading a life worthy of the MOST envy? Of course, the debate is an inexact science, so I've quantified it down to the following criteria:
- Attention from women
- Best at what they do
- Pop culture relevance
Tom Brady has been leading the office debate for some time now; scoring high across all of the above measurements. He's hard to argue with. Tiger Woods' fall from grace knocked him out of contention, as this is purely a list of CURRENT contenders -- although you could argue Tiger still merits a place at the table. George Clooney/Brad Pitt merit some consideration, although they both lose points on age, and I'm not sure either are the best at what they do. One person in my office demands Dave Grohl's consideration. He's an interesting consideration. While scoring low on attractiveness, ya gotta figure the guy leads a Top-10 life.
Me, I have lobbied for Prince Harry. Dude looks like he's having the time of his life. He's got the money, looks, and access to everything he wants -- with NONE of the responsibility. Prince Harry is my number 1 going into 2015.
On this week before SB, I'd be curious of your thoughts on this utterly moronic, unwinnable debate.
Sources say that senior network executives as high up as ESPN President John Skipper are pushing for the change as a way to get better television ratings, but the CFP is unwilling to make such a move because it is committed to the original plan to hold tripleheader bowl games, including the semifinals, on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
“We’ve started a new tradition and we don’t want to back away from it now,” said Bill Hancock, the CFP’s executive director.
Meanwhile, the CFP is facing pressure on another front. The NFL is considering expanding its playoffs and moving one of the new games to Monday night when it would compete directly with the CFP championship.
Sources say NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell initiated a series of high-level meetings with some of the CFP’s most influential commissioners, including the SEC’s Mike Slive and the Big Ten’s Jim Delany. Goodell approached the commissioners to discuss the potential impact an NFL playoff expansion would have on the CFP championship game.
Nothing Earth Shattering - One of my good buddies works on the staff at UConn. I reached out to him this morning to see what his staffs take was on Ulizio just to get UConn's take on the player. Here's what he's had to say.
"A guy with NFL feet who has the body balance and flexibility to be a good player. He has long limbs and shows good toughness on tape. He is a quiet kid but all in all should turn out to be a good player."
We chatted back and forth a bit and they were obviously disappointed to lose him. Good to see how highly they thought of him, and I just thought I'd pass along.
EDIT: I took my connections credentials down per Space Coyote's Recommendation - I forget that message boards sometimes can cause ramifications and didn't want my buddy getting in trouble in any way shape or form.
He said he'd make his decision between UCLA and UM shortly after his visit and he did. Happy trails.
I AM A 100% COMMITTED TO UCLA AND AM SHUTTING DOWN MY RECRUITMENT ‼️‼️‼️ #4sUp— Will Lockett!!!! (@willdoesit__) January 26, 2015
"It was extremely difficult to choose between the two," Lockett told Wolverine247.
Sorry if already posted. Ive done a little looking and didn't see anything, but my wife is trying to work out her work schedule for the Spring Game. Does anyone know what time kickoff will be or what to expect?
Thanks in advance for any help.
Found this on the Interwebs:
Obviously a photoshop. Apparently some Hawkeye fans are hopeful. Would be huge, a Harbaugh-like hire if it happened, and imagine what it would mean for the Big Ten.
(Edit: Not meaning to pass this off as news, but something I found that I wanted to share.)