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|18 hours 9 min ago||Nick Drake||
My wife has some kind of Nick Drake set with all five of his albums in one nice box. If that's still available, might save you a few bucks.
|18 hours 23 min ago||Yo La Tengo||
And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out; Summer Sun; I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass
|19 hours 46 min ago||(No subject)||
|19 hours 54 min ago||Bob Saget totally ruined Full||
Bob Saget totally ruined Full House for me.
|1 day 3 hours ago||For Radiohead, you could also||
For Radiohead, you could also go with Amnesiac--Hail to the Thief--In Rainbows.
|1 day 7 hours ago||A couple years ago the house||
A couple years ago the house in Grosse Pointe that my wife grew up in was on House Hunters. The guy who was looking at it was a total douche. So, of course he winds up buying it.
|1 day 8 hours ago||LCD Soundsystem||
Good call. I am going to put those albums on right now.
|1 day 21 hours ago||Hometowns||
Sometimes kids just like to go away for college. It's not necessity sticking it to the man so much as wanting to try something new and different. I love Ann Arbor, but if I'd grown up there I might well have gone somewhere else for college.
|1 day 21 hours ago||Henson||
I thought this was well-established? I am not sure if the exact terms are known but there was some kind of agreement between Lloyd and the Hensons where M would not sign another QB for a year or two. But I never heard about anything like that happening with Morris.
|1 day 21 hours ago||Recruiting||
The problem with Rich Rod's recruiting was that he signed so many guys who washed out of the program. I feel like he had a good eye for talent though--most of the players who stuck wound up being pretty good. Hoke didn't have nearly as many washouts but a lot of the guys he signed frankly couldn't play.
|2 days 19 min ago||Conference expansion||
That may be the Big Ten's goal. But that's not necessarily the goal of the specific teams within the conference.
|2 days 19 hours ago||I don't really see the||
I don't really see the OSU/MSU scheduling issue as a long term problem. Sooner or later Sparty is going to return to mediocrity and playing them on the road in the same years as we get OSU on the road will not be much of a concern.
|2 days 21 hours ago||Names||
LaGaryOn Carson down the road that I must travel.
|2 days 23 hours ago||The John Deere look.||
|3 days 16 hours ago||Rashan Gary||
Rashan is going to play WR now?
|3 days 16 hours ago||Recruiting||
We're still totally out of it for Willie Gay, right?
|3 days 17 hours ago||Winter is the busiest season.||
Winter is the busiest season. That's when the electric bill gets really high and momma be short of cash from buying all the Christmas presents.
|3 days 19 hours ago||Suspension||
They should literally suspend him. Like, over a canyon or something. Otherwise it's just a bonus family vacation.
|4 days 1 hour ago||M, Tenn, UW||
I agree with this. I would add that if you look at the years preceding the current regimes at each of the three programs, only M and Tennessee continued to recruit well despite their struggles. And while Butch Jones is a good coach, I am not sure he's an elite level coach compared with the rest of the SEC. So while UW has a great coach, they have a talent gap to fill. While Tennessee has great talent, they still don't quite have top-notch coaching. Michigan is the only one of those three programs with both top talent and the best coaching, so M's expectations should be higher for 2016.
|4 days 6 hours ago||Political Science||
Good thing I only needed to borrow $20K for my political science degree. (Needed $97,000 more for law school though).
|4 days 8 hours ago||Grobe||
Yeah. I suppose when Grobe took the job I expected he would approach the situation holistically and attempt to restore some dignity and integrity to the Baylor program apart from just coaching football. But the impression I took from this article is that Grobe is just an opportunist who's just there for the chance to win Big XII titles.
|4 days 19 hours ago||Perhaps. But with Penn||
Perhaps. But with Penn State, it's best to avoid making a low-ball offer.
|4 days 21 hours ago||Grobe||
In other words, everybody murders, steals from me, steals from you, covers up campus sexual assaults by football players, whatever.
|5 days 3 hours ago||Returning production||
Thanks for pointing that out. The article was a little confusing but there is a link to a different post in which Connelly explains his methodology for calculating "returning production." I guess it does take account of which players you are losing and bringing back, so I stand corrected.
|5 days 7 hours ago||Trolling the diaries||
I guess this is better than a make- $1M-from-home spam.
|5 days 7 hours ago||Returning players||
I suppose if the metric gives Penn State a lot of credit for the number of returning players but doesn't necessarily take into consideration the relative importance/impact of the specific players who are leaving and staying, that could explain why the results seem unlikely compared to my, uh, opinions and feelings.
|5 days 17 hours ago||Penn State||
Barkley and Godwin are good players and I assume the OL will marginally improve. And whoever you get at QB can't play a whole lot worse than what we saw from Hackenberg last season. But even if all that equates to an improved offense, DL is the most important position group in college football and I don't see how Penn State replaces Zettel, Johnson, and Nassib. BOB might get this team to 7 or 8 wins but with Franklin I don't see it at all.
|5 days 18 hours ago||1997||
The 1999 and 2000 teams had two of the most prolific offenses I've ever seen at Michigan. The 1997 team had its moments but was several notches below that offensively. The running game was competent but not explosive. Streets was playing hurt most of the season and didn't really make an impact until the bowl game. Tuman was usually good for one or two big catches per game and Woodson's offensive contributions were essential--but typical scores were about 26-7. That defense was sick.
|5 days 19 hours ago||I just glanced at their||
I just glanced at their roster. Their remaining depth is surprisingly thin. They basically have Mike Weber and Antonio Williams as true running backs. They also have Curtis Samuel and Dontre Wilson though, who are hybrid RB/WR types--but they don't have the huge stable of 5-star beasts that I was expecting to see.
|5 days 19 hours ago||What if I can't afford my own||
What if I can't afford my own weapons because I spent all my money on respect drugs to treat my women with?