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|4 days 3 hours ago||I no problem with there being a fan club||
I think sports from the state's flagship school serves as a great ambassador between the community at large and the university. That's not what an alumni association is, though. Allowing fans to join the alumni association is simply a money grab.
|4 days 14 hours ago||Yeah, I'm pretty sure lost||
Yeah, I'm pretty sure lost alums don't know because every single alum I've mentioned it to has gotten annoyed about it.
|4 days 15 hours ago||Yeah, same here. I actually left when I learned about it||
Here's the link:
|4 days 16 hours ago||Is it really an alumni association?||
If fans of the sports team who didn't attend the university can join?
|1 week 6 days ago||They don't take care of them!||
Well, except for the whole medical scholarship and free insurance thing.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||At LSU you can smell the||
At LSU you can smell the bourbon from the field. Michigan fans would be fine. Hell, it'd probably help people pace better.
|3 weeks 4 days ago||Beilein is a much better recruiter than Dantonio||
We went to the title game because the number 2 recruit in the nation came alive and tore up the tournament. He's routinely landing good talent to go along with mixing in some diamond in the rough guys.
|3 weeks 5 days ago||This team is very much like the Red Sox a few years ago||
Have a great core, need to build around.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||You're 3.5 back of a play in for the playoffs||
There are 5 teams ahead of us for that and the Rangers, who are .5 back of us just traded for Hamels.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Saban left for a better program||
LSU is the only team in the state and sits in a hotbed of recruiting talent. The idea that he's a sellout is absurd. He then left, after winning a national title, to the Dolphins, a better job than LSU. When he realized hes a much better college coach he went to one of the crown jewel programs, Alabama. None of that is "selling out." This is MSU sour grapes.
|7 weeks 2 days ago||As Shutdown Fullcast||
As Shutdown Fullcast explained a few weeks ago. It's very honest in its advertising: it is hot and ready, but that doesn't mean they promise it tastes good nor cooked.
|7 weeks 2 days ago||Definitely better.||
|7 weeks 3 days ago||I cut the cord a few months||
I cut the cord a few months ago and went with sling, HBO, and mlb.tv (because I'm in DC). Haven't missed a thing. I do think in going to have to get basic cable football season though.
|7 weeks 4 days ago||You are aware Denard is a pro as well?||
You are aware Denard is a pro as well?
|7 weeks 4 days ago||Denard probably gets to final||
Denard probably gets to final stage for the Heisman without the coaching change. Add that to his personality and dedication to Michigan when he easily could have left and its hands down, Denard. If we're looking for a basketball comparison, his career most resembles Blanchard: Denard with Harbaugh is as equally a what if as Blanchard with Beilein.
|7 weeks 6 days ago||I'm sure Urban Meyer thought||
I'm sure Urban Meyer thought that Saban and Smart wouldn't figure it out and is super worried. Urban's only dominated college football for the last decade or so. Thank god for Harbaugh, he's one of the few that can compete at Urban's level.
|8 weeks 21 hours ago||Turn him into a closer.||
Turn him into a closer.
|8 weeks 6 days ago||As much as I like Jordan||
I hope we get 5 or 6 more years with Beilien and then replace him with Brad Stevens, whose NBA appetite might be full by then.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||Yeah that's probably right||
Saban, who is from the Midwest and coached at MSU, only wants a top recruit to get back at Michigan.
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Sigh.||
Moeller being turned into Omlette by my phone seems oddly appropriate for some reason.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Yost is the best coach we had||
Yost is the best coach we had and the only one close is Crisler. Distance doesn't take away from their accomplishments.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Lloyd is Mack Brown, not Bo.||
Lloyd is Mack Brown, not Bo.
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Yeah, sorry carr's not even||
Yeah, sorry carr's not even top 3. Try Yost, Crisler, Schembechler. Omelet would have been ahead of him too had he not gotten drunk. Bo is our Mack Brown.
|10 weeks 2 days ago||someone making money from a mix tape doesn't make it ok to steal||
What you posted is not typical in any way. If people stealing their music helped them make more money, why wouldn't every artist just post their music for free and then ask for contributions to those who want to pay for it like Radiohead did?
|10 weeks 2 days ago||This exactly||
"I have stolen 5000 songs, are you trying to tell me that I should pay for them? With what money?" You can literally say that for any theft. If you want unlimited music, pay for Spotify, at least the artists are getting some kind of cut.
|10 weeks 2 days ago||I think it's Mora||
Sark wouldn't say that coaching at a private U is easier than a public one, I think. Plus, Sark's not going to say Roman was the brains behind the operation. Mora totally would.
|10 weeks 3 days ago||He's in the ring of honor with the Colts.||
He's in the ring of honor with the Colts.
|10 weeks 5 days ago||It's kept them "fair" not reasonable||
The Federal Loan guarantee means that a person studying in the humanities who will have a difficult time finding a job (and I say that as a historian and has a humanities PhD) will get the same rate that an engineering or computer science student would get. In a real market, those with degrees who would result in jobs would have lower interest rates. Having interest rates based on your high school scores and intended major would also help drive more people into STEM.
Add in layer after layer of administration that's been built in over the last few decades (that money from tuition increases isn't going to professors, that's for sure) and you've got a perfect storm for a bubble.
|10 weeks 5 days ago||They certainly had longer attention spans too||
or are you just implying that because things were extemely bad in one regard in the past that it must mean that every change, in this case meeting times and lack of attention in adults, must therefore be good, as well? I'm only making that assumption because the OP was talking about attention spans and not saying something like, "boy, things sure were great in every way in the 1950s. We should go back to those times and adopt every single aspect of that period in time."
|11 weeks 11 hours ago||This exactly. How many||
This exactly. How many unrestricted free agents are on that roster?