Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
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|3 days 18 hours ago||The Head and the Heart||
The Head and the Heart, started liking it after seeing Bluefoot Creative's work with it as the soundtrack. An northwest indie folk rock sort of feel. I also like Radical Face, but that began several years back.
|4 days 16 hours ago||My top five||
|8 weeks 3 days ago||" I'll give you that he had||
" I'll give you that he had Threet to work with, but all we heard was how they could tweak the offense to suit personnel. They didn't even try. That soured me on RR within 2 games."
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|19 weeks 20 hours ago||If you don't think most||
If you don't think most people consider sexual assault to include putting your junk in a girl's face, I'd like to know what color the sky is in your world.
|19 weeks 21 hours ago||"and it's not entirely||
"and it's not entirely Manning's fault, either."
Hooray, personal responsibility!!!
|21 weeks 4 days ago||(No subject)||
|26 weeks 17 hours ago||This. Chromecast is the best,||
This. Chromecast is the best, you can stream WatchESPN, and many other google things/ youtube (Wolverine Historian) to your tv with it. It's simple and cheap.
|41 weeks 6 days ago||Got 'eem!||
|47 weeks 5 days ago||I would definitely take||
I would definitely take Oklahoma and Kansas. That's a good fit, not to mention a blue blood in football and one in basketball.
|48 weeks 2 days ago||In retrospect: 1996 Sun Bowl||
In retrospect, how funny is this win:
Tyrone Willingham's Stanford team shuts out Nick Saban's Michigan State, rushes for 300 yards.
|49 weeks 4 days ago||(No subject)||
|1 year 2 days ago||If we had added Missouri and||
If we had added Missouri and Pittsburgh, I think that would have been a good deal.
We should have added Pitt back when we brought Penn State in and solved the whole issue then.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Ugh. The Big Ten should have||
Ugh. The Big Ten should have invited Pitt when we picked up Penn State. Then we wouldn't have this mess with Rutgers and Maryland.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||I would also submit that we||
I would also submit that we were outclassed by Tennessee in 2001. Yeah, that game really was painful.
It's also debatable whether or not those USC losses in the Rose Bowl would qualify as well.
|1 year 5 weeks ago||I'm excited to see Ucla on||
I'm excited to see Ucla on the future schedule; they were the team I otherwise would have typed.
Any Pac-12 school, especially Stanford.
Georgia/ LSU/ Auburn
Tennessee/ Florida/ South Carolina
Texas ( I like the idea of them replacing Notre Dame as our "go to" non-conference opponent)
|1 year 5 weeks ago||Harbaugh. /s Actually||
Actually, Block M. By a mile.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||Look at that. Would you just look at that.||
Look at that. Would you just look at that.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||"i shouldn't get my hopes up||
I'll take it as positive foreshadowing that 2 of the first 3 posts with this tag included the recruiting of one Mitch McGary.
|1 year 16 weeks ago||Is it just me, or is||
Is it just me, or is DeLaSalle's offensive line never set for a second before the snap the ball? (Referring to the end of Boss' left tackle highlights)
|1 year 16 weeks ago||"For as maligned as Gittleson||
"For as maligned as Gittleson was for the mythical "eat a pizza every night to keep your weight up" dietary advice he shelled out to the OL allegedly, his linemen never got pushed around like some of RR's guys did."
|1 year 17 weeks ago||Completely agree. If you||
Completely agree. If you choose to not call it, you are deciding the game. It's the player who makes the decision to commit the foul. Nothing in the rule book says a foul is different at different points in the game. That's what also galls me about Nebraska's getting screwed vs. Texas in the BigXII 2009 championship (1 second back on the clock). They would NEVER put a second back on the clock with 12 or 9 minutes to go. But you do it in the last minute? Unreal.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||http://youtu.be/H_T3iKmC0Ho?t||
Yep. Right here.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||No. People. Just STAHP.||
No. People. Just STAHP.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||Art Briles thinks this is the||
Art Briles thinks this is the fault of not having enought Texas accents.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||Nice info. Can't believe some||
Nice info. Can't believe some miserable person actually downvoted your post.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||Huh. Lack of creativity||
Huh. Lack of creativity exhibits itself in the creation of "Uniformz." Shocking
|1 year 18 weeks ago||I think a lot of us need to||
I think a lot of us need to get off our high horse. Not as far as condemning the actions of the players, which after Malzahn's apology doesn't seem to be disputed. But this "could only happen in the SEC." I think the last years' actions can illustrate that EVERY university has unsavory people and entitled athletes. We can't forget our own history. Now, if Auburn HAD indeed attempted to sweep this under the rug, condemn the university. But this is the actions of two fools, not a university in this instance. We've had fools and criminals of our own.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||Possibly the best response to||
Possibly the best response to your own double post, ever. As a matter of fact, this should be the default text to fill an accidental double post.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||This is actually a very||
This is actually a very relevant question for this game (along with the idea that holding occurs so frequently). Many people believe the success of Seattle is linked to the physicality of their defense. In this case, they are actually breaking the rule for pass interference and illegal contact more frequently than any other team -- and are more penalized than any other team. (don't believe it? Just ask a Seahawk fan).
But the refs can't call it all. They are penalized often, but their physical nature pays off. Not unlike the old NY Knicks who fouled so much you couldn't call them all. Interesting parallel. And, as Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning and others have indicated, it doesn't appear the punishment for the over/under inflation of the footballs is truly a deterent. I believe both Green Bay and Minnesota were given a "don't do that anymore" earlier this year, but that was the extent of it.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Was fifteen years old at the||
Was fifteen years old at the time; Jerame Tuman was mine, because I loved the plays that he made. Glen Steele would have been next, because he was the only main contributor from northern Indiana, not too far away from my hometown.