no, YOU'RE off topic
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|40 weeks 1 day ago||one time||
The Detroit News story mentioned that he told Yahoo Sports that he used it one time in March. I guess if you want to split hairs, perhaps he used it every day in February and that could account for a positive test; however, if this was his one and only time of use, then he would not test positive two weeks later using typical cut-off levels.
|40 weeks 1 day ago||Will not be popular||
Sorry if this has already been mentioned and not to take anything away from the issue as to whether or not this was a random test and whether the NCAA policy is reasonable, but one thing that bugs me is when an athlete or celebrity appears to "come clean" as McGary appears to have done, yet they truly have not been forthright and honest.
What I am referring to is that there are reports that he was tested two weeks after allegedly using MJ one time. I am not certain as to the type of assay, but a typical urine test with a typical cut-off level will not be called a positive test after one night of marijuana use two weeks earlier that was reportedly his only use ever.
McGary's story does not fit scientific facts.
|47 weeks 4 days ago||Surgery||
Not true. Heard from reliable source that Urban was first human recepient of morally and ethically enhanced stem cells.
|48 weeks 2 days ago||Ace||
Great work as usual. Perhaps I am oversensitive, but would lose the "sic" in Ms Harris' comments.
|48 weeks 6 days ago||No rumor, just one of the||
No rumor, just one of the forces behind the offensive slowdown and being called out by the University of California AD, then "apologizing" but not really apologizing.
|48 weeks 6 days ago||Froholdt||
Given the recent reports about Bielema,
any chance Froholdt will look at us again or does this sort of news not travel to Europe?
|50 weeks 2 days ago||Landing||
This GIF is quite appropriate as many ACL tears occur with improper landing techniques while one jumps up, etc. This is particularly seen in women's basketball and volleyball.
|50 weeks 3 days ago||Perhaps all the other RB||
Perhaps all the other RB offers are influencing his decision with such a small recruiting class.
|51 weeks 3 days ago||New Contest - Guess Mom's Diagnosis||
I'll vote for borderline personality disorder with histrionic tendencies.
|51 weeks 3 days ago||agree||
Given all of this, he would be a disruptive element in the locker room and field. Feel bad for the kid, but if I were Brady, would not accept a signed LOI to Michigan.
|51 weeks 5 days ago||Agree||
Agree. It's not only his buddies, but it sounds as if Malik is making poor decisions. These choices can be made in Florida as well as Columbus or AA, etc. Ultimately he is resonsible for his own behavior and he will find people in every setting willing to lure him.
Sounds like something big time occurred in EL.
Wishing the entire McDowell family the best but also appears that Malik may have some challenges ahead of himself regardless of where he ends up.
|1 year 1 day ago||Michigan Man||
You are knocking a true Michigan Man (or in this case true Michigan Men) when you knock Big Bang. Not only did JEJ frequent the campus and sit in during one of my classes back in the day, but the Big Bang primary director is Mark Cendrowski, a Michigan alum.
|1 year 1 week ago||Weird||
Thanks. The entire Ballage situation is odd. That is all.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Ian Johnson||
Being Blue in Boise, cannot forget Ian Johnson - all around good guy, former Lion practce squad member.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||sorry about the hot chocolate...||
but as a freshman we at least had an ample supply of blackberry brandy. Clearly back in the old days when you could easily "sneak" contraband into the Big House.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||record day||
1968 Michigan vs Wisconsin. Miserable, torrential rain. Ron Johnson 347 yards. Unbelievable. Sad situaion presently.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||correct||
You got it.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||no way Baylor||
Can't f**k while standing up at Baylor.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||masking agents||
All labs have the capability of testing for masking/blocking agents. Depending on how the regs are written, typically a test that is positive for a masking/blocking agent is automatically recorded as a positive drug test.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Not odd, Bullough is a senior||
Not odd, Bullough is a senior and RB would have been his last game.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Green||
Cut me some slack as it has been a few years since I have posted. Also, don't want to start any rumors, but the single Green carry smelled funny. As I recall, it occurred early in the second half, almost as if he were purposely held out of the first half.
Maybe he "didn't practice well," or was injured, but by withholding him completely from the first half it looked suspiciously as if he were quietly suspended for the first half of the game.
|4 years 1 week ago||yesterday||
Actually it happened to me yesterday when I clicked on the clip from the old UM/the university in ohio snowbowl. My home computer is presently getting this fixed at my work IT department.
|4 years 2 weeks ago||Agree. His assistants are||
Agree. His assistants are finding work elsewhere, so it appears that he will be taking at least a year off.
Would be interesting to see what sort of staff he has in the future, once he finds the best fit.
|4 years 2 weeks ago||I'm less optimistic than||
I'm less optimistic than most. We may have difficulties with ND, NW, MSU, OSU, Neb, IA, IL, and even SDS.
Not saying we are going to lose these games, but believe NW, IL, IA ND and SDS are toss-ups.
|4 years 2 weeks ago||Not only was it classy, but||
Not only was it classy, but it stopped anyone who was scoring a touchdown to haphazardly drop the ball on the 2 yard line which must happen 10 times a year in college ball. Also helps with a hurry-up offense.
|4 years 3 weeks ago||Hawkins and Coach Pete||
I know them well. The primary reason Hawk took the Colorado job was to turnaround the program and be a viable candidate for the next Notre Dame opening. That had been his life long goal, one that is clearly out of reach.
As far as Pete is concerned, he is probably the most creative coach in college football. He, and his staff, constantly coach his teams up. Watch a BSU game with all their 2 star or zero star athletes. They know how to tackle, while we do not. Aside from his comfort level in Boise, his biggest flaw is that despite the huge success of the BSU program, he is unable to effectively recruit the top athletes and has very little exposure and inroads into the classic geo areas in which we recruit. For this reason alone, he is not a viable candidate for UM. He is; however a great guy and a terrific person and has no character issues whatsoever.
|4 years 3 weeks ago||I'm going with Cox||
I'm going with Cox
|4 years 4 weeks ago||Rumor has it being||
Rumor has it being Parvovirus.
|4 years 7 weeks ago||Additionally, I am||
Additionally, I am dumbfounded by their recruiting so far. Have only 3-4 commits with one a kicker. Starting out in a big hole.
|4 years 7 weeks ago||Graduated in 1972. I was||
Graduated in 1972. I was robbed at gunpoint at Hill and Washtenaw during finals week Dec 1971. Took my wallet with mu "lucky $2 bill," but most importantly took my Rose Bowl Vouchers that I had just picked up earlier that day. Was able to get them re-issued. Unfortunately, college campuses have been easy pickins for years, and yes, there were guns back that many years ago!