somehow we're only 124th
just saw malik McDowell at the msu forest acres golf range!
You should have taken all your clothes off and painted a huge green block S on your front side and said "COME TO STAAAAAATE!"
He was serious...
"You should have taken all your clothes off and painted a huge green block S on your front side and said "COME TO STAEE!"
they were in a cart on the private side of the golf range, for personal lessons.
DIdn't USC get a secondary violation for giving Dillon Baxter a ride on a golf cart?
That is indeed a cool story......thanks for sharing, bro.
Permissible and encouraged.
No tweets. Ever.
Dantonio was scowling to your left, not too far away in the rough. You must've missed him.
lol that's a good one.
just a tad bit.
as long as he didn't use the MSU hose for a car wash, he's ok.
How is this legal. If the coaches come to his school they can only say hi to him and in home visits aren't allowed until senior year. But if the coaches want to play golf with him that is cool?
picture or it ain't true.
isn't that what they drink on the space shyuttle?
editable. I know Mgoblog doesn't have a policy on how we deal with names, and I know that you got that information quickly and easily from publically available resources, but I don't know that we need to do that. You could just as easily posit that his surname could be yang and his first name could begin with T, which comes across as friendlier than pulling up the guy's uniqname.
Would you mind please removing the links to his personal info?
I bet he has a long driver.
I didn't know Narduzzi was known for being particularly tall.
i bet narduzzi's swing is unnecessarily rough.
Every time they hit it in the deep rough did they have to check to see if they hit coach Dantonio?
U know he was there....just layin' in the weeds...
Jesus forgot a comma between way and the.
Who are you to correct Jesus's grammar?
but this wouldn't be MGoBlog if there weren't corrections (of corrections) of grammar. Technically, it's Jesus'.
Singular possessive should have two s', correct? I feel like we've been through this before. The letter of the law is "That is Chris's book." It does look awkward, though.
Correct. Unless there Jesus is plural (you came upon a flock? murder? crowd? -- I don't know what the plural of Jesus is), it would be Jesus's.
Usually you would be correct, but Jesus is a special circumstance and doesn't require the extra s.
P.S. I recognize that Yahoo Answers isn't the most scientific forum, but that was the first one that popped up and they all say the same thing.
Strunk and White legislate that there are exceptions to the -'s singular pluralization rule for ancient names ending in -es and -is, as well as for Jesus in particular.
I am simultaneously impressed with and ashamed by myself for being able to quote that shit from memory, but here's e-proof:
Exceptions are the possessives of ancient proper names in -es and -is [such as Achilles' and Isis'], the possessive Jesus’, and such forms as for conscience’ sake, for righteousness’ sake. (Strunk and White, The Elements of Style)
...write about how you saw a high school recruit at a golf course rather than walk by and proudly say go blue?
So he's giving up football for golf? Shit.
Golf > rap career?
Cool story Hansel.
McDowell is just taking advantage of the free percs. He's coming to Ann Arbor sooner or later.
The free percs?! Can we really take a kid with an addiction to painkillers?
Ya...he visited MSU quite a bit.
Drake Harris agrees.
To say something funny, but I am drunk.
About the funniest thing I can think of is him committing to msu. That makes me laugh out load (lol!!!!!).
Can't we just leave these kids alone? Recruiting is the worst.
I know a lot of people presume that it's "Forest Acres." Like, acres of forest.
But it -- and an MSU dorm -- is named in honor of Forest Akers.
Don't you think that this Board would be jeering an equivalent Spartan error? Something like "Chrysler" Arena?
Come on, Pops. Spartan post-hoc rationalizations of their long-standing illiteracy problems are to be taken with a large grain of salt.