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- I live about 6 miles from work and it took me close to 7 hours to get home. I fiinally had to park my car in a subdivision about a mile from my house and walk the remaining route last night.
- Media is saying that when the snow started around noon or so, the temp was right around freezing and quickly dropped which caused everything to ice over.
- In addition, all of the schools announced mid-day that they were closing early...which means parents have to leave early to get the kids...and it snowballed from there. I saw one headline that said "this is what happens when 5.5 million people all get released and hit the streets in about 90 minutes."
- Once that happened, the salt trucks were rendered useless because they couldn't get around.
- Per the commenter above, Atlanta is very hilly. I found out last night that the cause of the delay on my route was a Coke truck that couldn't make it up the hill started sliding backwards and then jack-knifed.
|16 hours 57 min ago||Don't Let it Kill You Babe,||
Don't Let it Get To You.....
Upvoted You for the TP reference!
|1 day 18 hours ago||I Live Here in Atlanta...||
and his name is being thrown around for the Georgia OC job now that Mike Bobo has left for CSU. Georgia has a very good offensive line coming back along with a stable of RB's. It will be interesting to see what happens.
|7 weeks 2 days ago||Just Curious About Pipkins...||
Is he still slowly recovering from his knee injury?
|8 weeks 2 days ago||His second house is on Lake Burton||
Which is one of the most exclusive areas here in the state. It is a lake/resort/golf community in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in N. Georgia.
|11 weeks 17 hours ago||Countess is lucky here the ball wasn't thrown to his man..||
he was wide open and it would have been a touchdown.
|11 weeks 1 day ago||Is This What Also Happened on the 80 Yd. Touchdown?||
I was unable to see, but was poor jam technique also the problem on the long TD pass? The reason I ask is the only thing viewable on the TV was Countess about 3-4 yards trailing behind the receiver. If he did have poor technique and got off balance like the gif in the post above, it would explain why he got burned so bad - just curious.
|16 weeks 9 hours ago||31-28||
|18 weeks 18 hours ago||Take a look at that Funchess fade....||
Does anyone know if Peppers is coached that way to have his back to the ball? Maybe it's the camera angle, but he looks to have pretty good position on the route. It also appears that if he turned around, he might have a good chance to use his athleticism and possibly intercept it.
I have noticed the last number of years that we have had DBs in position to make a play on the ball but their backs are turned. Does anyone who is a coach/more knowledgeable on DB play have any insight to this?
|28 weeks 6 days ago||I am probably dating myself here....||
but his running style reminds me of Tony Boles -- upright runner with long strides and deceptively fast....but bigger.
|42 weeks 5 days ago||On My Way To Nawlins....||
Sitting in ATLANTA crown room with a double jack on the rocks heading to my first Mardi Gras.....
|47 weeks 15 hours ago||I live in Atlanta now and it was a "perfect storm" yesterday...||
|49 weeks 6 days ago||Magnus - Do you think he changes OL coaches?||
I am just curious. I wonder how much of it was Funk's coaching and how much of it was Borges' predictable play calling? I mean, no matter how technically sound (or unsound) our offensive linemen are, no "technique" is going to be able to overcome a defense that practically knew what play we were going to run based upon our formation. Again, I am no expert and would love to hear more informed opinions on the subject.
|50 weeks 5 days ago||This is an interesting point....||
Michigan had a number of kids from LA, TX & Big 12 country in the early to mid-nineties because LSU (Hallman & DiNardo years), OK (Gibbs, Schnellenberger, Blake years), & TX(McWilliams, Makovic years) were all having down periods AT THE SAME TIME. There was roughly a 12 year period ('87 - '99) where all 3 schools were floundering simultaneously. That all changed when LSU hired Saban (2000), OK hired Stoops (1999) and TX hired Brown (1998). I would bet that many of those kids would have stayed south if OK, TX, & LSU were performing better on the field.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||It could be worse...at least||
we're not Florida.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||I have a serious question and bring this up....||
because I have no expertise on offensive line play. What were some of the comments? The reason I ask is I am absolutely stunned (like all of us) at how bad this line is? Is it OL coaching? Talent? Offensive scheme? Lack of the depth and the 2 years RR recruited a total of 1 OL player coming back to haunt us? What is more perplexing is that the line wasn't this crappy the last 2 years. Is it the fact that we have no semblance of a coherent offensive game plan that hurts the OL performance?
edit -- Sorry, I see you posted it while I was typing
|1 year 7 weeks ago||24-20...Michigan||
|1 year 9 weeks ago||So I have a question about this......||
Borges prefers the West Coast type of offense. He's even written a book about it. Isn't the pass supposed to be used to open up the run? The stubbornness is mind-boggling. Is there a possibility that Hoke has dictated to Al what he wants to run even though Borges may want to do something different? I know this might sound far fetched, but I am still trying to comprehend our futility on offense and the obstinate refusal to try anything different. Just a thought.
|1 year 15 weeks ago||Amazing....||
Well Done, Sir!
|1 year 15 weeks ago||Michigan 26 - ND 24||
Michigan 26 - ND 24
|1 year 16 weeks ago||Brian -- In that last clip where Glasgow is pulling...||
he buries the LB charging up the field. Should Fitz have bumped it a little more to the outside? It almost looks like he cut it back into traffic. He may have had more room by cutting it outside after he got past the other LB that came up to fill.
|1 year 18 weeks ago||Talk about a||
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Bruce was always a great guy - I interned for him back in the||
("cough, cough..early 90's). Good luck to him!!
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Keep in Mind That He is Not A Statue Back There Like Mallet.....||
The kid played tailback the beginning of his high school career. I am not saying he is made of Dilithium, but he does have enough speed and escapability to make defensive lines pay if they pin their ears back and don't stay in their lanes. That is a huge difference when comparing him to Mallet.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||I apologize for my ignorance, but since ND||
won't release him from his LOI, are they able to sign someone else or does it count against their scholarship limit?
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Definitely Agree, but what I haven't seen mentioned is||
the 85 man scholarship limit. Remember, back when Bo was coaching they had 105 scholarships until 1978. From 1978 to 1992 they had 95; from 1992-1994 they reduced that number down to 85.
|1 year 39 weeks ago||Perfect description||
For this game and the way he played today!
|1 year 44 weeks ago||One Could Also argue...||
that Saban started the whole ESSS EEE SEEE revival when he first got to LSU. If you look at old interviews when he first got there, he came out and said the first thing he knew he needed to do was "re-vamp the recruiting strategy" and overhaul the roster. His dubious roster management techniques were duplicated at other SEC West schools and it literally has been an "arms race" ever since.
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Impressive GIF...||
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Poggi's LOI Has Been Received||
|1 year 46 weeks ago||I live in the Walton School District in East Cobb...||
Our H.S. team this year has the # 1 or #2 rated RB in the state (depending on the rankings) and a high 3*/low 4* QB both committed to Alabama. In addition, there are 3-4 linemen that have committed to play at Georgia, Tennessee and other D-1 Schools.
As the OP said, there is no off-season and even middle school students are "highl encouraged" to attend off-season conditioning.