There would be a whole special on him today if he were going to an SEC team. The Beast...
SC Top 10 = J. Peppers
^ This. They'd christen it..."The Run" and show it over and over in a typical ESPN show of originality and creative programming. Though something tells me I might not mind that as much this time around...
I'd give anything to downvote this douchy comment.
I don't disagree that this was an unnecessary post and that the OP didn't include a link or anything of value. If I posted "hey, they talked about how Kovacs was a walk-on during the Dolphins game tonight,". I would expect to get torched.
Comments or replies with: "This!"
We have either read the comment, or read original post or the comment. This isn't adding anything to the conversation. I feel this comment falls into the "This!" category.
Any post, or reply, with one of the following Brady Hoke quotes:
"This is Michigan!"
"Big ten championship is the goal"
We get it. Brady Hoke has said those things, and you want to be a fan by emulating him. It's annoying to hear it over and over again. We get it.
"In before the delete!"
We know it's going to be deleted. We know it was posted 2 days ago, and the 13 comments above you also say "in before the delete." Do you want to show your mgoblog superiority showing you are viewing every thread at all time, and can get your comment in before the mods lock the thread or remove it entirely?
This is Michigan! Fergodsakes
Big ten championship is the goal every year and Peppers going to help.
Just wanted to get this in before this gets deleted.
Get off my lawn.
If you let these types of things upset you, you have issues
It just took me so much longer to read your post than every single 'this' post on the blog.
Happy you read it. As long as everyone knows these posts upset me, I can sleep easy.
Didn't see it, but I'll bet you a nickel I know which play you're talking about.
I'm guessing the other nine plays in the Top 10 are the Clowney hit on Smith.
I would have expected the 4th post of a 4 year account to be on a more profound comment. Not chastising, just found it interesting you decided to reply to this post.
Appears he was invited to a negbang in the past (he has posted more than a few times)
I remember my first time also remember being sent to Bolivia lol
Yeah, guess I should have checked that first. Is only his second post in nearly 2 1/2 years though; intriguing nonetheless...
Ironic that somebody above mentioned that the other ten plays on the SC10 were the Clowney hit. At the end of the youtube video, Clowney's hit is recommended as a follow-up video. Sigh.
to close their sports report. A little Yanks, a little Jets, and then The Video. Ending with "a Michigan recruit. They want him to play defense, but maybe now they'll change their minds."
Not often they pay attention to out-of-region teams/people/sports, and almost never anything high school-related.
The video was also on Yahoo's front page last night too.
That boy can play some football. He can play left, he can play right, don't make no difference. He can block, tackle, score the touchdown, snap the ball, and kick the extra point. Hell, the boy will fill up the Gatorade cooler, walk the dog, and paint your back porch. I'm telling you, the boy can plain play football..
Ohhhhhhhh! And he can pass!!!
Peppers is totally Boobie Miles
Jabrill Peppers is the return of Lem Barney.
If Ed O'Bannon causes me to not be able to use him in a video game for the next 3-4 years, I will be pissed.
You don't see Charles Obannon complaining about his likeness. Ed really needs to grow a pair and work a real job like most everyone else.
When one's likeness is used to make money,one deserves compensation. Your desire to play video games using that person is irrelevant. You don't see thousands of former atheltes complaining. That does not mean these individuals don't find it reprehensible that they are not getting compensated when others use them to make money.
I don't see you complaining about all sorts of atrocities. Therefore you either condone them or should shut the hell up and get back to your job? Is that what you are saying?
I love playing NCAA Football as much as anyone, but the fact remains, there are entities (NCAA, EA, others) that make truckloads of money off the blood, sweat, and tears of these kids. It is unjust not to compensate them.
Why should a video game company be allowed to rake in millions on the backs of others without compensation? This is not rhetorical. I would like to see an actual, justified answer to this question.