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|3 days 4 hours ago||Word on the street is that is||
Word on the street is that is one hell of a drug.
|3 days 4 hours ago||This may work. Zombies could||
This may work. Zombies could at least plug holes in the run game.
|3 days 4 hours ago||If only his mom had triplets.||
If only his mom had triplets. 1 Running Back, 1 Linebacker, 1 Hybrid Space Destroyer.
|6 days 16 hours ago||Wait....people are publicly||
Wait....people are publicly talking about Craig James kililng five hookers? I always though Craig James killing five hookers was a secret thing. The more you know, allegedly.
|1 week 5 days ago||DISRESKEPT because no SEC||
DISRESKEPT because no SEC speed in the Big 10 of course!
|1 week 5 days ago||1. *Jalen Ramsey, Florida||
1. *Jalen Ramsey, Florida St.
|2 weeks 13 hours ago||Linebackers, running backs,||
Linebackers, running backs, Taysom Hills, and we will probably lose a certain WAY TOO SMALL FOR THE NFL UNTIL NEXT YEAR WHEN HE WONT BE TOO SMALL cornerback so an experienced player at that position may help also.
|2 weeks 2 days ago||In a poker context, things||
In a poker context, things similar to "OT is 50-5" are used as estimates to make calculations easier. It make sense to me that one team will have some small edge over the other, and literally almost nobody is going to be >60% to win before first snap, with the vast majority of teams being within a percentage or 2. Thus, in the interest of simplification, you could just call OT a 50-50 proposition when making strategic decisions in regulation as it will be close enough for that purpose. Just a thought.
|2 weeks 4 days ago||Not going to look this up,||
Not going to look this up, but I would imagine for a game like risk with limited starting boards, there should be actual solutions for correct strategies based on starting boards. Or at least strategies approximating correct.
|2 weeks 4 days ago||Didn't do anything to get||
Didn't do anything to get past it. Stream just worked the same as watching any other game on btn2go.
|2 weeks 4 days ago||Blame Rutgers||
|2 weeks 4 days ago||I was able to watch it with a||
I was able to watch it with a Dish password without subscribing to BTN Plus
|3 weeks 13 hours ago||Pretty unlikely they play MSU||
Pretty unlikely they play MSU in the tournament. The selection committee either has to or attempts to avoid matching teams that previously played each other, at lest in the first couple rounds.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Rutgers has fans?||
Rutgers has fans?
|3 weeks 5 days ago||Here are a numer of "what is||
Here are a numer of "what is in this for him" ideas. I don't know which, if any, of these are true as I neither am in the coaching business nor know anything about the Bush family:
- More money
- Less pressure/stress
- Maybe wants to work in a power college fotball program, and working in this capacity is a better stepping stone than maybe better titles at lesser programs
- Ability to spend quality time with son
- Better working hours
- Desire to pursue alternate career path as maybe he is unsatisfied as a high school coach
- Maybe he was going to retire from coaching when his son graduated anyway, so this lets him stay around football in a lesser capacity
- Maybe he is a hyper-competitive dad who lives for his son to win things, and knows he can directly impact that if he helps recruit.
- Maybe they have some family member that would greatly benefit from the UM hospital being elite
- Maybe they have other children that are involved with the wrong people in Florida
- Maybe he thinks Harbaugh will go the NFL at some point, and he thinks this is his best chance at getting pulled along for that
- Maybe he has never missed one of his son's games and doesn't want to start doing that now
|3 weeks 6 days ago||Lets go everyone who pkays||
Lets go everyone who pkays Georgia and Florida for the rest of the year then
|4 weeks 9 hours ago||For all the reasons cited||
For all the reasons cited above, Brian is a true exception to his own "[p]eople are just in charge of things because they are in charge of them" theory.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||No but maybe someone had a||
No but maybe someone had a coworker tell them about it so there is some hope we find out.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||This is what I was thinking.||
This is what I was thinking. Assuming Cowherd was trolling him on his show today, this seems like a re-troll.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||34-20 Michigan because all||
34-20 Michigan because all the good scores are taken.
|4 weeks 5 days ago||You auto pass tryouts||
You auto pass tryouts
|4 weeks 5 days ago||Good point. They are||
Good point. They are definetely working in probabilities and the probabilities seem high from the outside. Usual caveats obviously apply that there might already be less than 8 internally and amongst those 8, the coaches might not belive some number of them will figure it out. Rudock beating out all Qbs eligible to play this year is not ideal for them when we have evidence that 5th year transfers are not promised starting/contributing roles (Lyons). Some are younger so it may not be an indictment on their probabilities of success as much.
Basically if Taysom Hill or whoever shows up in 6 months it's possible that player is filling the biggest need.
|4 weeks 5 days ago||You take him because even if||
You take him because even if there is a 1% chance he is a NFL QB, now there is an additional 1% chance your roster contains a NFL QB. This additional 1% comes with no additional risk. It's a freeroll.
|4 weeks 5 days ago||While you guys are not wrong,||
While you guys are not wrong, it is worth pointing out that unless one of the current scholarships is used on a QB who is solid, then for practical purposes, we have 0 QBs on the roster instead of 8. Thus, QB would be a bigger need then the other spots we have needs, as QB is the most important position. Not saying there is not at least 1 on the roster, but if hypothetical QB commit who would be scholarship #9 would also be the best QB, then it makes sense to take hypothetical QB as that fills a bigger need.
Also, QBs transfer so much in the NCAA that if someone like Peters shows up and is the man, we probably would have less than 8 QBs shortly thereafter.
|4 weeks 6 days ago||While generally true "famous"||
While generally true "famous" people aka public figures get less protection, I doubt the Michigan law would consider Peppers famous enough. Not a Michigan lawyer, but even if the law did consider him famous, the extra protection is basically he would have to prove she intended actual malice instead of negligence with the defamatory letter. This letter would likely qualify under both actual malice and negligence.
|5 weeks 5 days ago||In addition, just having||
In addition, just having normal college women there would seem better for recruiting purposes. Normal college women would convey that this type of thing happens all the time if you come to Lousiville, as opposed to the one-off special occasion environment created with hookers.
|5 weeks 5 days ago||The last part of this, that||
The last part of this, that it would've been unnecessary to hire hookers, is an interesting part of the Louisville story to me. I can't wrap my head around why paying would be necessary at Louisville as seemingly they coud get an endless list of women who would do everything referenced at the parties for free or at most in exchange for free booze/coke/weed. Only reasons I can think of at the moment are:
1) Lousiville really wanted it to be a secret (no campus gossip, paying pros instead of college women)
2) Lousiville boosters are dumb or unaware of how easy this would be to do without paying hookers
3) The stories are lies and/or embelishments
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Also curious as to the||
Also curious as to the competition level
|6 weeks 6 days ago||What they are doing does not||
What they are doing does not fall under the term reporting
|9 weeks 3 days ago||lol||