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|1 week 44 min ago||Whoops - duh||
|1 week 56 min ago||When was the last time….||
When was the last time Michigan played two big non-conference games in one season? UConn and Vanderbilt don't count in my view, so I suppose 2007 with ND and Oregon?
|26 weeks 6 days ago||Automatic arrest law||
Many states, including New Jersey, have what are called mandatory arrest domestic violence laws. In other words, if the police respond to a domestic dispute, they (generally) must arrest someone. Sometimes, this will lead to both parties getting arrested if the police cannot determine who was at fault or if it was more of a mutual fight. It does not necessarily mean she hit him first.
|27 weeks 20 hours ago||what's your email?||
Be glad to help - I certainly view my share of michigan highlights, etc. As a lawyer in the cable/Internet industry, I deal with copyright issues quite often.
|32 weeks 21 hours ago||McCarron will not be drafted in the 1st round||
Let alone likely in the first 3 rounds. He's just not a very good quaterback, and him declining the senior bowl invite was pretty stupid. This makes what Nussmeier accomplished even better.
|37 weeks 6 days ago||Don't sleep on Wisconsin yet||
They do this every year - last year they got off to a much worse start and ending up winning the WCHA tournament. They'll get hot the 2nd half of the season. Plus, they're 16th in the pairwise despite the slow start.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||1999 Illinois Game Should Be on There||
Up 27-7 in the 2nd half, before blowing the lead. Then, down 28-27, the bad snap over Brady's head that took us out of field goal range.
That loss cost us the Big 10 title, a Rose Bowl win (at least, since it was 7-4 Stanford for the Pac 10), and possibly the National Title since a 10-1 Big 10 team likely is #2 in the BCS above Va Tech.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Wisky's future schedules are strong||
Don't look now, but Wisconsin has beefed up their OOC schedules.
2015: Alabama, Wazzu
2016: @ Va Tech
2017: @ BYU, Va Tech, @ USF, plus LSU??
2018-2019: Home-and-home with Washington
|1 year 18 weeks ago||like every Chicago Blackhawks anthem?||
Every blackhawks game sounds like that.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Yep, heard from a scout||
that he might go day 2 (round 3).
|1 year 32 weeks ago||Vaccaro please||
Jones is a 2nd-3rd day talent.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Cable TV is low-margin||
for cable providers. They make their $$ of Internet. I know quite a few cable companies would love to dump the cable TV portion and just charge for bandwidth used.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Not going to happen||
Disney (ESPN) is not going to agree to sell content in this fashion. They make too much money as it is, getting $$ for each subscriber, whether that person watches ESPN or not, and $$ for each Internet subscriber (WatchESPN) whether that person uses WatchESPN or not.
And if Disney did agree to sell the content a la carte, it will charge a heckuva lot more than $5/month for us to watch.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||They'll tell the operators||
to move BTN to basic, as required in their contracts when a school in that state joins the B10, or they withhold that school's games in those areas or sublicense them out.
|1 year 38 weeks ago||Our Defense vs. Oregon Defense||
Per FEI, we played the #6 (Ohio), #8 (ND), #9 (Nebraska), #20 (Alabama), and #27 (NW) offenses, so I don't think there's "no question Oregon played better offenses."
|1 year 40 weeks ago||I would||
trust credible anon guy on this one.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Unlikely (IMO)||
The content owners (BTN, ESPN, etc) don't want the model to crash. ESPN gets $5.00 or so from every cable subscriber (plus more for each Internet subscriber for WatchESPN). Were this model to collapse, and the government to require a la carte, ESPN will likely have to charge something like $30.00 per subscriber to recoup lost money. How many people will pay $30.00 permonth for ESPN?
|1 year 40 weeks ago||In the long run||
Yes, in the long run, they'll get BTN on expanded basic in the New York market. Short term, Time Warner and others could hold out.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||Wisconsin vs. OSU||
Most laughable part of his assertion is this: OSU is 6-5 against Wisconsin over their last 11 meetings. That's the best record in the big 10 against OSU in that time.
|2 years 22 weeks ago||Plaza!||
The plaza was my wife's hangout as an undergrad, my spot during law school there, and is forever the first place I want to go when we're up there. Plaza burger, cheesecurds, extra plaza sauce and a spotted cow. Pure heaven.
|2 years 31 weeks ago||Wisconsin has a 10,000 seat backup IN MADISON||
Brian - the argument is even more absurd when you consider Wisconsin has a backup arena all of 2 miles from campus - the Alliant energy Center, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alliant_Energy_Center (fka the Dane County Coliseum).
In fact, Wisconsin hockey played here until the Kohl Center was built. Even better, they can sell beer there, as it's off-campus. Also, when conflicted out of the Kohl Center for the very reasons discussed above, Wisconsin has played 1st round WCHA playoff series at THE ALLIANT ENERGY CENTER as recently as the mid-2000s.
|2 years 34 weeks ago||NCAA saw the stuff already||
OSU turned it over to NCAA, so nothing further will come from this other than the public probably getting to see some interesting documents that will hopefully further stain OSU.
|2 years 35 weeks ago||Big Ten decision to place UM and OSU in opposite divisions||
Even more annoying now. Wisconsin has a free ride next year - OSU's ineligible, PSU's a mess, Indiana and Purdue have no talent. Seems like Illinois, since they'll have an actual coach to go with their talent, will be biggest challenge.
|2 years 36 weeks ago||Completely normal||
Completely normal thing for a defense to do. The burden of proof is far lower than at trial, his defense would know he's going to be bound over for trial. No use having the prelim.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||Floyd also had problems||
when OSU kept coming out two to the wide side. Floyd, as the boundary corner (cover 3) was consistently out of position. For example, on the Posey TD, yes, Woolfolk got burned badly, but Floyd's only responsibility there is to cover that deep 3rd and he was nowhere near where he needed to be.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||I've got to think it's (mostly) on Woolfolk||
IIRC, Gordon went the whole second half, meaning that Woolfolk was pulled after the Posey TD (which was on him).
|2 years 38 weeks ago||Kons is the best||
center in the country, and if he goes pro, will be the first center picked. I love Molk, but if he isn't picked, at least they got it right (and not Brewster, who's terrible).
|2 years 40 weeks ago||Not needed for grand jury report||
Grand jury report indicts Sandusky for what he did. McQueary's part is proof that the PSU AD and Official in charge of campus police committed perjury.
The details re: did he talk to police were not necessary for the indictment.
|2 years 40 weeks ago||Official in charge of campus police =||
Also, as a former prosecutor, I can tell you that not every fact is in the grand jury report. I can't quite speak to how the process works in PA, as I worked as a DA in Wisconsin, but I can tell you that you don't need every fact in your complaint, and you don't want to flush everything out for a felony prelim hearing.
|2 years 41 weeks ago||Gallon will be RS Senior in 2013||
At least that's one more upperclassman WR.