"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
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|15 weeks 4 days ago||A bit premature to draw that conclusion...||
Respectfully, I think it's a bit premature to draw such a conclusion. If in fact there was a hack that originated from the private residence of one staff member without knowledge of upper management or front office, I don't think it's worse... I'm skeptical any competitive advantage was gained by the Cardinals organization in this scenario. In fact, to even compare with deflategate, shouldn't there be some assessment of how any hacked information was used by the Cards to gain a competitive edge?
Regarding the information that was leaked to the Internet, at most that harmed the Astros (I'm not aware of any other team benefiting from this information, which has been known for a while), but how severely and to whose benefit?
|19 weeks 3 days ago||Ok...||
As a Muslim of Arab ethnicity, I was upset by Harbaugh's tweet. I find your post to be directed to people like me, and I hope you can reconsider your insulting dismissiveness here. I believe one could reasonably interpret Harbaugh's tweet to mean that one is less of an American for not being proud of Chris Kyle or gung-ho about that movie. I understand that some would like to intrepret his tweet as a strong affirmation of the First Amendment, but I would just like to point out that there are other interpretations that are just as, if not more, reasonable.
|29 weeks 3 days ago||huh?||
How exactly does that make me part of the problem?
|29 weeks 4 days ago||Could care less about the expelling...||
What i really want is the names of those chanting/involved. All the free speech activists crying foul over their expulsion should have zero problem with this... all part of the free marketplace of ideas. Seems that it has been confirmed that the racist who was standing up and singing enthusiastically is named Parker J. Rice.
|29 weeks 4 days ago||really shocked...||
and dissapointed in both the comment (that somehow this clearly racist song targetting a particular group is not "hate speech") and the up votes it's getting (assuming the upvotes = agreement here). Can somebody explain to me why they believe this textbook example of hate speech is not actually hate speech? Common sense definition of hate speech, no question about it. ABA definition of hate speech, same applies:
Hate speech is speech that offends, threatens, or insults groups, based on race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or other traits.
|29 weeks 4 days ago||Actually...||
They were not among themselves. There was a bus full of some sorority, clearly there were people there that were not singing and were not part of the fraternity. They were not "among themselves."
|29 weeks 4 days ago||You grew up in an all white suburb?||
|29 weeks 4 days ago||Nacho Man||
He's not trolling. Not sure how you could argue that the song was not hate speech. Seems quite obvious that it was. Or are you being sarcastic?
|40 weeks 3 days ago||Robert Saleh?||
Could come in as lb coach. That's a rumor out of Dearborn.
|48 weeks 4 days ago||Nothing to see here...||
seems that it was alma mater day in 49ers camp, so that would be the reason:
|48 weeks 5 days ago||You just reached "this point"||
I mean, i think it was a foregone conclusion that Hoke would not be in the big office next season well before this debacle. I think we need to focus on the AD... don't we need the new AD to start the new coaching search? Surely DB is not the guy to find him.
|50 weeks 9 hours ago||the douchiest college...||
is the one that produces the douche that dedicates time to creating such a stupid list
|51 weeks 2 days ago||I support the players||
Which is why I want a new, competent coach for them
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Not trying to revive this old||
Not trying to revive this old debate, sorry if I struck a nerve as it's not something that I care much about, but I did read "Three and Out" a while ago and, perhaps my memory is fading, but I feel like Bacon had described some detrimental activities aside from what you are citing (i.e., "reaching out to Rodriguez to encourage him to throw his hat in the ring").
|1 year 3 weeks ago||when did he announce his||
when did he announce his retirement? i thought it was after we lost to oregon that year, not after the horror. also, i think firing Lloyd might have made a difference... aren't there some suspicions that his behind the scenes activities during the coaching search/richrod tenure were detrimental to the program (i think this was implied in John Bacon's "Third and Out" BUT i might be wrong), and firing him might have mitigated that? of course, hindsight is 20/20.
|1 year 15 weeks ago||Also...||
The Harjo case in 1999 was before D.C. district and circuit courts, as opposed to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The Federal Circuit I think has interpreted the disparagement clause of the trademark statute only once I believe (might be wrong), but very recently... last month, they upheld the PTO's denial of trademark for "STOP THE ISLAMISATION OF AMERICA."
|1 year 29 weeks ago||2010-2011||
It's hard to believe that Beilein, who brought this team back to glory, is yet to win big 10 COY. I think the case for Miles this year is about as strong as it was for Beilein back in 2010-2011 when the team finished 4th in the conference. The coaches for the first and second place teams (OSU and Purdue) were given the award instead if I recall. Beilein has been passed up too many times, what else does he have to do to win it? If they give it to Miles instead this year, I think it's an impossible double standard for Beilein.
Also, in response to the argument that Beilein has more to work with... he deserves at least some credit for coaching these players up to the level of talen that they are... aside from McGary and (moreso) GRIII, none of these guys came in as clear NBA talent. Additionally, Beilein's ability to recruit these guys isn't entirely a function of the program/reputation/etc., but is a reflection of his abilities as coach.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Yup...||
I imagine he'll chase after Jeff Meyer next time we play 'em and chastise him for it.
|1 year 48 weeks ago||are you off your meds again?||
Seriously, are you?
|2 years 9 weeks ago||galaxy note 8.0||
I have an Ipad and a galaxy note 8.0. The note is my third android tablet and is by far the best tablet I have ever owned or used. You get the far superior functionality and customizability of a high-end Android device without breaking the bank. The S-pen Stylus is also really useful and works impecably. I'm actually writing this post with it now (even understands cursive on the fly). The previous two Android tablets (first 10 inch galaxy and the galaxy 7 inch 2) I owned were too choppy and slow (despite great specs). Not this one. Try it out at Best Buy,
EDIT: Just realized for an 8-year old... would probably go with something cheaper yet more durable
|2 years 14 weeks ago||Good points...||
I wouldn't blame Meyer, and I don't think anybody should. But at the same time, the character (or lack thereof) and values (or lack thereof) of players he coached could be considered a reflection of his coaching abilities. In other words, a different coach with a different set of priorities and a different set of values may have helped shaped Hernandez's character differently.
|2 years 14 weeks ago||Devil's Advocate||
Point taken, but I don't think it's that far-fetched to think that Meyer's "Circle of Trust" policy instilled, in Hernandez, some false sense of impunity? For many, the college years are the formative years of life. I don't think it's crazy to at least consider that in judging Hernandez's behavior.
|2 years 23 weeks ago||Also...||
the Saudi victim who was, according to media reports (CBS and the like), chased down and tackled by a bystander before having his name blasted as a suspect. Imagine being a victim of this bombing, wounded and in a complete state of shock, trying to run away, to have some jackass chase you down and tackle you. He's still in the hospital, and as of yesterday was still being smeared throughout the web by conspiracy theorists and pundits (Michael Savage in particular) as behind this attack.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Nucky!||
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Go Blue||
|2 years 26 weeks ago||Killed my back...||
As soon as he hit it, I proceeded to jump and yell for about 30 seconds, and then run around the first floor of my house screaming for another minute or two... then ran upstairs and popped into the bedroom for about 15 seconds screaming at my 8 months pregnant wife "BURKE TIED IT, BURKE TIED IT" and then back downstairs.
My cousins happened to be coming over, and they waited at the driveway when they saw on their phone that there was about a minute left because they knew I'd be too focused. Needless to say, before their phone could refresh they knew what happened from the loud screams coming from inside.
After the game, I spent about 30 minutes trying to convince my wife that we should name our unborn daughter "Alfansa," after one Alfonso "Trey" Burke III.
The next morning my back was very sore... guess I'm getting too old for all that jumping. I also found the following note waiting for me:
|2 years 36 weeks ago||I don't care to know the truth...||
b/c however you spin it, Te'o is pathetic.
|2 years 49 weeks ago||His best play...||
|3 years 10 weeks ago||Decommits||
Just saw on blackshoediaries comments that rivals 4-star DB Ross Douglas has just decommitted, though not sure the source. Didn't take long.
|3 years 22 weeks ago||Admittedly...||
I'm making assumptions with respect to this specific case since all the facts are not yet known. My assumptions are based on the NY Times expose from over the weekend, which detailed the FBI's practice of identifying potential "terrorists" and convincing them to commit specific terrorist attacks against specific targets with specific weapons supplied by the FBI, in addition to the documented FBI tactic of sending indigent ex-cons to mosques to convince people to become terrorists (and in so doing alienating the very communities that have been the most helpful in combatting domestic terrorism).
That is, the FBI identifies a potential terrorist, conceives of a terrorist plot, convinces the potential terrorist that it's a good idea to carry out this plot, and provides all of the weapons and logistics. Frankly, it seems to me that the FBI is simply fishing for people that are stupid and crazy that they can convince to become terrorists.