Peppers at 10, which seems low.
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|2 days 10 hours ago||You and username are making sense||
When we built, the situation was a little odd: most of the lots were one-off lots sold by the firm developing the subdivision. Although they had a fairly stringent list of rules/requirements, they weren't interested in building the houses themselves.
|2 days 15 hours ago||How can they make it difficult for the builder||
With building codes after the sale? That doesn't make sense to me. Not saying it doesn't happen--the builder we went with had a hilarious rivalry with another builder--but I don't understand the mechanism.
|1 week 5 days ago||Until 1993 I used to follow Penn State||
My parents were friends with a family in State College (the father was a professor and eventually department head), and we'd spend a night or two there on the way to my grandparents out east. I always enjoyed my time out there, and I found mysef rooting for Penn State, particularly in their national championship runs of 1982 and 1986.
By 1993, my parents were divorced and had lost touch with their friends, I had graduated from college and Penn State had joined the Big Ten. I quicky became annoyed with Penn State fans, and after the Sandusky fiasco became public I just felt sick.
|2 weeks 4 days ago||McCartney also coached the 1980 defense||
That after a bit of a slow start did not give up a touchdown in its last five games and gave Bo his first Rose Bowl win.
|3 weeks 5 days ago||It was 21-16 in the 4th quarter||
Michigan outgained and outplayed Penn State, but Penn State still was in position to win that game with a break in the fourth quarter (meaning a defensive touchdown or a lucky tipped pass).
Then Jourdan Lewis had a good kickoff return after their last field goal and they got the clinching touchdown.
I don't see it happening this year, though. The game is in Ann Arbor and Penn State has lost too much on defense.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||I cheated and read his wikipedia page||
He did have a number of injuries (wrist, ankle sprain and shoulder sprain) so that caused him to miss a number of games after becoming starter and reduced his effectiveness.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Didn't he have trouble staying healthy?||
He was probably the best back on the team after Hart left but I remember him having to sit out a lot because of injuries.
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Do you care? Is there a god? Have I drunk too much red wine? (I know the answer to one of those questions.)
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Who quit their 9 to 5 job and now they blah blah blah....
|7 weeks 2 days ago||Nah, it's the next "Woolfork"||
|7 weeks 3 days ago||Which means Madison is wrong, wrong, wrong for him||
Although I have no idea if Corvallis is any better. At least it's out west and away from Alvarez.
|8 weeks 2 days ago||Legendary king of Uruk in Sumer||
Subject of the oldest known epic (link).
|9 weeks 1 day ago||He's a tired man||
|11 weeks 3 days ago||Yes||
Schiano had them in bowl games 6 of his last 7 seasons (incuding one 11-win season), and even Flood had them in bowl games for his first three seasons. However, most or all of these were lower-tier bowl games, and Rutgers hasn't had a lot of wins over quality teams during that period.
|11 weeks 3 days ago||The Big Two, Little Eight||
The Big Ten aside from Michigan and Ohio State was just not very good for most years between 1969 and 1980. There were some exceptions (Michigan State in 1978 comes to mind) but for the most part only Michigan and Ohio State were seriously in the running for the title.
|12 weeks 4 days ago||I thought Art Schlichter would be on there||
Griffin had a reasonably decent pro career--just not one that lived up to two Heisman trophies.
Art Schlicther, on the other hand, is a guy who gambled his way out of the NFL.
|12 weeks 5 days ago||Not entirely||
"Before that you're going back to the 60's to find another."
Does not affect your point in the slightest.
|12 weeks 5 days ago||You mean 1988||
4-6-1 in John Cooper's first year. God how I miss that man.
But I mostly agree with you: they have an occasional down season, but there aren't too many of them.
|13 weeks 13 hours ago||Your wait is over||
Apparently horse milk is really high in lactose; the Mongols and other Central Asian peoples would drink it fermented. In the video she's dumping it on the ground, though.
|13 weeks 1 day ago||Absolutely||
$14000 per player seems pretty low.
|13 weeks 1 day ago||I think this would fall under the gift tax||
My very limited understanding is that the donor would be responsibe for taxes, and that any gift taxes would depend on the total amount given to each individual. There's an exclusion of $14000 per year per recipient, so amounts below that would not be taxed.
Someone who actually knows something about tax law will hopefully correct me.
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|15 weeks 4 days ago||How much of Gardner's problem was not having a QB coach?||
Hoke had Brian Sipe at San Diego State and Stan Parrish at Ball State. Parrish was OC for some of that time, but he did have a record developing quarterbacks (including that Brady fellow).
|15 weeks 6 days ago||True, but....||
He's had exactly one chance at each--2015 was his first year. It's not like Saban or Stoops won more than 7 games in their first years, either.
If it continues, then you can complain. Nobody likes it, but change in college football never happens over night.
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|16 weeks 3 days ago||His time at Stanford||
That's the schedule they're comparing it to.
|16 weeks 6 days ago||Probably thinking of Steve Young||
I don't think he ever ran option but he could definitely run.
|17 weeks 1 day ago||For me, spelling is the last thing to go||
All of my drunk texts have impeccable spelling and grammar.