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|6 days 16 hours ago||I think||
that was Penn State and James Franklin, not Notre Dame.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||Best show out there!||
I was fortunate enough to have to work from home today, so I am trying to pace myself, because I only have 13 episodes before next year. I watched 1 today...and I remeber why i love it so much.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||yeah||
but elite talents are not. And AP isn't just a rb, and never has been...he's been great since high school.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||I agree||
completely. No need to be holier than though. None of these guys are priests or moral authorities on anything. Why do you care what he does off the field? Outside of your fantasy team and sunday afternoon, his life is his personal life. If I rooted for a team, I would jump at the chance to take AP..or Suh..or Jameis Winston. If I were running a church, then I would take Tim Tebow.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||you choose that over...||
the late hit in the 06 OSU game? That could've sent Michigan to a NC game.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||umm...||
Late hit in the 06 OSU game??????????????????? Worst call ever!
|4 weeks 4 days ago||yeah but...||
no matter how you slice it, there is no greater indicator of success than a high rating, whether it is success in college, or projecting the number of elite high school prospects to the NFL draft. Nothing is perfect, but the rating is the most consistent system available.
|6 weeks 21 hours ago||I play Destiny on Ps4. Canzior||
I play Destiny on Ps4. Canzior
|6 weeks 2 days ago||I also||
don't think college players should be monetarily compesated. ...wait, is that the popular or unpopular opinion?
|6 weeks 2 days ago||Randy Moss||
not Jerry Rice, as the greatst NFL receiver of all time.
And I'm more impressed with Tom Brady's accomplishments, than Joe Montana, who played with no salary cap on essentially a hall of fame team.
|8 weeks 16 hours ago||out of curiosity...||
why do so many prople seem to be against playing Osu at night? Seems like a marquee opponent at night would be a good thing not a bad thing. Is there anything else in play here other than "tradition"?
|8 weeks 2 days ago||I think there's truth to this||
There are certain things that are inherent, for example higher income genereally equals college graduates. Staistically you are more likely to go/complete college if your parents are college graduates.
There are other reasons for this. Low income areas have poorly funded educational systems, so it can be difficult to overcome, while learning good test-taking and study skills. "Poor" schools in Washington DC, or Detroit...are different than "poor" schools in suburbia. There isn't a culture of success. It's the same as a football team, part of succeeding and exceling is shedding the culture of failure.
I can see how there could be some resentment for college kids who are going to school with rich kids. At University of Richmond, the student parking ot has better cars than the faculty lot. It CAN (not necessarily does) cause a divide. If you have to work to have extra money while in school, or work during the breaks, you don't have the same experiences as those who don't have to. And people tend to gravitate towards those who share their experiences.
|9 weeks 14 hours ago||Only 2-4? That's not bad, and||
Only 2-4? That's not bad, and it's not going to be below freezing until Tuesday. At least in the DMV everything shuts down with every little bit of snow.
|9 weeks 18 hours ago||I've seen them at Dicks and the Adidas outlets||
I've seen them at Dicks and the Adidas outlets
|9 weeks 1 day ago||And the 212° was something Brady Hoke preached as well.||
And the 212° was something Brady Hoke preached as well.
|9 weeks 1 day ago||This is the locker room at||
This is the locker room at the stadium, not the one in Schembechler hall which is very nice, with a sunken area in the middle of the room for the seniors.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||These things are great though||
and as a kid, why would you not want to have that opportunity? I was closely involved with Hand's recruitment, and I went to his announcement, and the entire school was involved. The seniors and the football team all got out of class to attend, and the administrators took an opportunity to speak as well. It isn't just about the player, but the school, coaches, teachers, and students who were a part of his high school career. As a high school football coach, wouldn't you want a nationally ranked recruit to announce publicly? Even as that kid's parents, it's exciting and fun, and I don't belive it necessarily makes him a diva.
|11 weeks 1 day ago||Congrats!!!!||
|11 weeks 4 days ago||He's a great guy||
and I would hope that everyone wawnts to see him succeed. He's got a fantastic attitude, given the adversity he's faced in his years in AA.
|11 weeks 4 days ago||so...||
explain to me how a 20 year old can "develop" the brand of a $100 million dollar a year, hundred year old athletic program?
|11 weeks 4 days ago||Yeah...||
your points are all valid, but logistically it couldn't work. As the previous poster said, people watch the teams, not the players. So in all fairness, if the player can make money on their own, without using their affiliation to the university, than so be it. Meaning autographs are fine, as long as there is no school/conference/NCAA logo on it. Sounds ridiculous, but it shows, that the individual without the school is not marketable. The school has all the leverage, and that's ok. As someone still paying student loans off, I would love an opportunity to go to school free, regardless of the infringement upon my time. Not only going to school free, but also having an opportunity to showcase my talents to my future employers, as well as have several programs in place in case I decide or am forced to change careers. Not taking advantage or appreciating of that isn't the fault of the university. It almost sounds like you want things to be "fair." And if it's fairness you seek, is it fair that the qb would be able to generate more income than the kicker? Or center? or the right tackle? Is it fair that in paying football players, the lacrosse program is cancelled?
Keep in mind, you'll be a Michigan fan, regardless of who wears the helmet. The players aren't capitalizing on themselves, they would be capitalizing on their affiliation with the university.
Ultimately it's a choice. You want this opportunity to be not only be afforded to particular individuals, but you want it to be afforded to them in a way you think is "fair" as in a college education isn't valued as "compensation." Maybe the fact that only 28% of the US (over age 25) has a college degree contributes to the lack of importance placed on a college degree in our society.
|13 weeks 14 hours ago||yes, poor hands||
He has elite size and speed but his hands have gotten worse during this year which is why he's been dropping in rankings.
|25 weeks 4 days ago||Yeah....||
Probably not. If you actually listen to Dan's show regularly then you would know that that doesn't mean anything definitive. While it may be true, he wouldn't be breaking news like that.
|27 weeks 2 days ago||Hackenberg will be a first||
Hackenberg will be a first rounder, Shane has the all important arm strength. But Notre Dame isn't sending them to the league like they used to either. #3 on a ND qb was like #1 at Michigan. Notice there are no Bama, OSU, LSU, or Oregon qbs starting. College dominance means nothing.
|27 weeks 3 days ago||I wish...||
I could have as much confidence in the offense as I do in the defense. I'm prepared for both extremes Saturday however.
|29 weeks 1 day ago||Iowa||
is am embarrassment to football, but they do this once a year around this time.
|29 weeks 3 days ago||Same dilemma||
I think it is better for Michigan if MSU wins, but only if Michigan beats them. I am torn, I feel dirty rooting for MSU, ND, or OSU. I kind of want MSU to get embarassed honestly. If Michigan were to get a playoff bid, they would have to go undefeated and that would give an advantage over a 1 loss team from another conference.
|29 weeks 3 days ago||41-24||
|29 weeks 5 days ago||I agree with Tripp||
...I think he is a better fit, than he is a coach. Not to say he is a bad coach, but he's a great fit. NW seems a bit closer to Duke, than Stanford from a football standpoint, and I doubt any prolonged success is a reality at this time.
|30 weeks 3 days ago||At Ole Miss I thought the joke would be bounced checks.||
At Ole Miss I thought the joke would be bounced checks.