I just noticed that Netflix added these for on demand.
Just an FYI in case you had an account and missed it.
That's good news; it's one of the few things ESPN does that doesn't make my stomach turn.
Caught the College Football Live pre-season awards show the other night. Kevin Carter (UF alum) giving his top 5 picks for the various awards. I thought it was funny how he not only had many SEC players filling out his Top 5's (typically about 4 of 5) but how many lists had multiple players from the same team within the SEC.
Most of them are on YouTube, e.g.
Roll Tide/War Eagle is pretty good if you can ignore the frequent screams of "Roll Tide" over the sounds of Sweet Home Alabama.
YouTube quality isn't good on my device. Netflix is on my LED. Bam
Carr played Henson because he was The Golden Boy/Rick Leach 2.0/Shane Morris Alpha 0.0.1. It will be interesting to see how the Gardner/Bellomy/Morris thing plays out.
I dont remember if it was the Yankees in specific or just the idea that he was a blue chip prospect who could possibly have bolted for a pile of cash.......but Carr felt he had to show Henson the field.
Leach was nothing like that. Bo just decided to screw Mark Elzinga, who had dutifully and successfully apprentced at QB and was an upperclassman.
But Elzinga was going to be a throwing QB and Leach allowed Bo to stick with his security blanket, the triple option running attack, for 4 more years.
Cleveland loves him so much they actually let him talk on the radio all the time. Imagine hearing that.
He is a Youngstown boy so I guess a few things can be overlooked.
Check out instantwatcher.com for stuphph like this. Awesome site.
My thought on the fab five is that they were fun to watch, but like Webber's Kings teams in the NBA, they just didn't have enough to close the deal. The NCAA sanctions suck, but to me it doesn't take away what happened on the court. I don't think Ohio's sanctions make me feel any better about the "seven year drought." Only trolls would try to throw sanctions in another fanbase's face which explains why that's all I hear from Sparty about the Rich Rod era....
Despite not winning it all, I think twice in a row beating extraordinary odds to make it to the championship game of probably the toughest and most emotionally/physically draining (as well as most luck filled) single elimination tournament in major American sports, shows the fab five knows how to seal the deal. To compare them to a high octane NBA team who couldn't for the life them beat inferior teams in best of 7 series, is a sick insult to the fab 5 who accomplished more than most great college teams could ever imagine doing.