i refuse to even consider this a possibility
I've made this post the past few years and it has seemed to go over well. If you are a Comcast customer you can access all the programming that is available on HBO, Showtime etc..... for free this week On-Demand. Happy viewing!
Eagles trade up from No. 8 to No. 2 in another huge trade before the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Eagles give up their first-round pick (eighth overall), their third (77th) and fourth (100th), along with their 2017 first-rounder and their 2018 second-rounder. They get the Browns’ fourth-rounder this year as well as the second pick.
Compared to the Rams trade (see specs below), it seems like the Eagles got a somewhat better deal than the Rams.
Tennessee sent the top selection along with its fourth- (No. 113) and sixth-round (No. 177) picks this year to the Rams in exchange for Los Angeles' first-round pick (No. 15), two second-round selections (Nos. 43 and 45) and a third-round pick (No. 76) in 2016. The Titans also will get the Rams' first- and third-round picks in 2017.
Just saw this from today. I haven't watched much UFC in quite a few years but I'm glad to see a guy making the smart move for long term longevity, although details are lacking on timetable. I feel like UFC has gotten increasingly brutal as there has been more and more parity in the sport. It used to be that there were such mismatches in style or talent or athleticism that a lot of fights ended quickly. I know there are still quick knockouts or submissions but a lot of these guys stand in and just go toe to toe pounding on each others faces round after round now.
The argument was always that the little gloves actually prevent injuries and no one has ever died in the octogon so it's so much safer than boxing and it's repeated blows to the head, etc. The article references that a guy died after a recent fight, I hadn't seen that anywhere before.
How the UFC doesn't come under as much or more scrutiny as the NFL is kind of silly to me. I know these are grown men and they make their own decisions but I for one would be glad to see McGregor go out while he still has all his faculties.
Crawford, at age 36, has been rewarded for another great year off the bench. Finished his 16th season at 14.2 ppg, shot 90.4% from the line and 34% from 3pt. He's making a case for one of the greatest careers in the league for a MBB alum. He's 2nd in games played, 3rd in points scored (106 pts to passing Chris Webber), and first among all for free throw % at 86%. With 2 more decent seasons he could pass Glen Rice for all time scoring.
Stats found here: http://www.basketball-reference.com/friv/colleges.cgi?college=michigan
Michigan maintains its #2 RPI rank this week. This is important as many of you know in deciding who hosts Super Regionals and who the opponent is. I watch alot of softball from around the country and there are 2 teams Id like to avoid until the World Series..Florida obviously but also Kentucky and ULL...Kentucky has 2 ace pitchers and ULL is the nations best power hitting team. If todays RPI rankings were to hold we would face ULL in the world series first round and either UCLA or LSU in Super Regionals.
Michigan is 3-2 against the current top 10 and a incredible 27-4 against the top 50
It's Monday, which means another 5 days of work. I just want you all to know I hate each and everyone of you. Here's some reasons you should hate me and neg this thread:
- I prefer pro-style punt formations rather than spread
- I don't care about college hockey conference realignment
- Speaking of college hockey, I have yet to read a goal-by-goal analysis thread
- I preferred it when gas was $4/gallon
- Al Borges and Rich Rod would have been on my dream team
- Clinton/Trump would be an amazing ticket
- I up upvote Wolverine Devotee's apparel threads
- I like Finebaum's show
- Satellite camps should be banned permanently including SMSB
- I subscribe to RCMB
- Brian's posts are mediocre at best