alternate title: YOU ARE OLD AND WILL DIE VERY SOON
Our beloved mayor is back in the news, keeping it classy as usual.
Due to me being completely OCD and a huge attention-to-detail freak, last night I updated the Michigan roster stemming from the 'gamingtailgate' roster file on EA Locker for PS3.
I changed all of the equipment to be in-line with each player (helmet style, face mask, visors, sleeves, ankle braces, knee braces, etc.) and also adjusted some minor roster changes. I moved Roh back to OLB and moved Banks to DE. I also edited Dorsey to Cam Gordon and moved him to S. I upped Shaw's speed as well as Denard's and also improved Big Will's overall skill to surpass Segasse.
If anyone wants to download this roster file from me (it will have all teams, also) my user name is Maizeandbrew18 for PS3. I should have this up and finalized tonight.
Any other changes anyone wants to see?
EDIT: Forgot to add that I took out James Rogers and included Jeremy Gallon in his place.
I am not a luddite: I love gadgets of all kinds, I read geeky stereo and TV sites to look for the best technology, and I own all kinds of tech. But for God's sake, can we please stop the 3-D train for films, and especially, TV? While I was impressed by Avatar and Toy Story 3, IMO they would have been just as good without the need to wear glasses. And some films (Clash of the Titans anyone?) were not just bad films, they were painful to watch in 3-D. After seeing at least 5 3-D films, I have concluded that I think I actually prefer 2-D to 3-D, and would not care one bit if 3-D disappeared completely from the scene. And that doesn't even contemplate the horrors of a world with 3-D television, where I have to wear weird goggles in my own house, or the fact 3-D films have an absurd premium, making going to the movies even more expensive. Am I alone in this?
He signed a 1 year, $500,000 contract with the Wings...all that's left is to sign Helm and Abdelkader and our roster should be set (unless Modano is added). they currently have 3,200,000 free in cap space, as per cap geek.
This is out of the Las Vegas Sun. An investment group has (allegedly) a NBA Team under contract to move to Las Vegas pending the completion of a stadium. I do not know which other franchises in the league would be close to moving, but as a Detroit Sports fan, this really scares me. I am not a die hard Pistons fan, but I would seriously hate for them to move. Anyone else feeling the same way about this? Can anyone pull me off the perverbial ledge with another team that could possibly move?
From DetNews, NBA denies a team is "under contract" for move to Vegas. Take that for what it is worth. It could be a situation like there is no "contract" but a verbal agreement might be in place. I do not think the NBA would confirm the original story even if it is 100% true.
I'm going to start an online dynasty for NCAA 11. If you want in just reply with your gammer tag and teams you would like to use. Please list in order your top three choices.
My Gamertag is: TheDirtyD8