“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
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|4 weeks 3 days ago||Her Idea||
|4 weeks 3 days ago||"Your Ad Here"||
"Your Ad Here"
|5 weeks 4 days ago||What are their chances in the||
What are their chances in the world cup?
|5 weeks 4 days ago||Columbia?||
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Great win, and the Portugal||
Great win, and the Portugal loss gives the US a chance to move on to the next stage from this group, especially since they play Germany last and by that point the Germans probably will have the group wrapped up with first.
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Same with Cone and 2010 D||
Same with Cone and 2010 D
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Moeller (2), Harbaugh (3),||
Moeller (2), Harbaugh (3), 1971 (4), 1997 (4), 2007 (2)
|8 weeks 4 days ago||If you share your opinion||
You should not follow it with a fact
|10 weeks 4 days ago||He should move to San||
He should move to San Francisco, he would fit right in
|13 weeks 3 days ago||I just don't get how any||
I just don't get how any player from our team that can even smell the NBA jumps as soon as they can and other teams are able to keep those guys for at least one more year. And I thought we usually did not even recruit NBA ready players like other schools did.
|13 weeks 3 days ago||This is horrible... first of||
This is horrible... first of all, screw the NCAA, what a dumb ass rule to ban someone for a whole year for pot. I D I O T S!
Second, why does every single player we get who has any kind of potential bolt so quickly? Even with guys who were borderline NBA they still jump at the first opportunity.
|13 weeks 4 days ago||Mexico City is not that||
Mexico City is not that unsafe, it is a large city and in Latam, but there are cities in the US which are more dangerous:
If you were talking about Caracas or El Salvador I would totally agree with you. But I know a ton of people that travel there and it has been been a problem.
|13 weeks 4 days ago||Boom, can't wait to see Devin||
Boom, can't wait to see Devin el mariscal de campo.
|14 weeks 4 days ago||That is exaclty what I was||
That is exaclty what I was thinking... last thing we need is for him to blow up and for other teams to use that as a reason to negatively recruit big men against us... Hope Horford wins the lottery and retires from basketball since I do not want to not wish him success ;-)
|16 weeks 3 hours ago||Some of the top college teams||
Some of the top college teams will be attending - Cal, Life, Navy, UCLA... They should be able to hang against some of the other teams I think.
Wish I was in Philly, watching rugby is one of the coolest sporting events.
|16 weeks 2 days ago||That was a horrible blitz||
That was a horrible blitz block by Green
|17 weeks 5 days ago||I like that proposal (athlete||
I like that proposal (athlete gets $ from their shirt sales), good idea
|17 weeks 5 days ago||All atheltes or the 20-30||
All atheltes or the 20-30 that actually generate the revenue for the school?
I agree that those that make the $ should get paid, but what will happen to all the athletes (great majority) that do not generate revenue and so far have been subsidized by the few (for top D1 schools this means the football team stars and to some extent other starters) that do? Do we end scholarships for non-revenue generating athletes? Do we give Denard $1M cause he generated so much for the school and make kickers pay their way? Not taking a stance here, just a big reason why I have swayed back and forth on this topic.
Or do we charge non-athete students more to subsidize those scholarships (hope no)? The money has to come from somewhere, and we still will need to maintain and improve facilities and hire top coaches if we want to continue to attract the top athletes for the football team which generates the revenue. If the union decides to go on strike can the school kick out all the players and bring on an entire new recruiting class in their place?
|18 weeks 8 hours ago||Yes, welcome Garrett, great||
Yes, welcome Garrett, great addition to the team. Now go out and help recruit other potential great members to your class.
|18 weeks 10 hours ago||I think they won by at least||
I think they won by at least one, and if they loss it'll be less than that ;-)
|18 weeks 10 hours ago||Pffts, Pacific Time here,||
Pffts, Pacific Time here, I'll send you a letter when I hear the announcement at 9:30am and it'll to you before 11:30 ;-)
|18 weeks 4 days ago||Fuck fuck fuck||
Fuck fuck fuck
|19 weeks 4 days ago||I was just thinking today||
I was just thinking today that it has been the longest dry spell I can remember
|19 weeks 6 days ago||Yep, agree with you my friend||
Yep, agree with you my friend
|19 weeks 6 days ago||Alumni network I would say||
Alumni network I would say Wharton has a stronger one than Stanford, especially outside of CA or tech (where Stanford is supreme). I worked in NYC and FL many years and the number of Stanford alumns I met was almost zero. On the other hand in Mexico Stanford reigns supreme while in South America few people apply to Stanford.
Recruiting opportunities are about the same at those 3 schools (with more startups and tech recruiting at Stanford and more general management / finance / consulting at the east coast schools). Check the companies that recruit at the 3 schools if you want.
Name I agree with you re: Harvard and Stanford, especially due to the larger universitiy brands behind them.
Application numbers can be misguided a bit. Stanford has the higher yield thanks in part to smallest class size, tech/entrepreneurship focus and unique style of the program (touchy feely, etc).
I agree that focus level rankings are somewhat irrelevant, but not 100%. Marketing opportunities at Kellogg are as good as any of the top 3 schools, and Chicago has the same access to top finance job as the top 3.
I personally do love the Stanford program especially because of the D-School.
|19 weeks 6 days ago||Depends, in many categories||
Depends, in many industries (finance, marketing, health care, real estate) and countries Wharton is on par or above H/S. Right now Stanford is really hot because of the tech boom. I'd actually go to Wharton over Harvard if I had the choice, but in reality any of those top 3 is about the same in terms of professional opportunities and network.
If I had to make changes: move up Michigan and Dartmouth, move down Stern, Berkeley and Kellogg (a bit)
|20 weeks 8 hours ago||I was going to say Harvard or||
I was going to say one of the Cal (Berkeley, Caltech, UCLA) universities. I was actually not surprised to see Stanford in the top 3.
|20 weeks 9 hours ago||As much as I like seeing UM||
As much as I like seeing UM ranked so high in the World, these lists are kind of useless and put together by randoms to get clicks. UCLA is great but I don't think even a UCLA alumn would say they are a top 10 in the world. Berkeley ahead of Princeton in reputation? And the delta b/w Harvard and the others is also completely exagerated.
These rankings have become like Buzzfeed, just lists put together by some random intern with the purpose of getting people to share them on social media.
And the metric they say they use "number of times cited" (which already makes no sense) is totally biased towards larger institutions... These rankings are just a total joke (plus we all know UM is #1)
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|20 weeks 3 days ago||If we pass Duke/Cuse and they||
If we pass Duke/Cuse and they become the top 3 seed in our brackets it does not matter given that if we don't pass them then they would be the bottom 2 seeds and also in our bracket... but at least as a 2 we would have a couple of a bit easier matches before we clash with them.