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|21 hours 16 min ago||Whats the name of that||
Whats the name of that restaurant you like with all the goofy shit and the mozzarella sticks?
(I figured Id throw you a bone haha)
|22 hours 52 min ago||"This is *cough* Central*||
"This is *cough* Central* *cough* Michigan...for God's sakes!!!"
|22 hours 54 min ago||Hoke would be such a perfect||
Hoke would be such a perfect fit at a directional Michigan school lol
|1 day 19 hours ago||you say "stay in your room,||
you say "stay in your room, play video games, and smoke weed all day" like its a bad thing...
|1 day 20 hours ago||You might have a point||
You might have a point there....
|1 day 20 hours ago||I highly doubt that is what||
I highly doubt that is what was meant.
I think he means that #8 is retired at UCLA and he isnt allowed to wear at all.
When he says "you can wear the #8 here", he literally means that he can do it..not that he is automatically going to be given the number. I dont think it would be a good look to yank a seniors number away and give it to a freshman. They might have told him he can have it once it is available though. That seems reasonable.
|1 day 20 hours ago||that was awesome haha||
that was awesome haha
|3 days 41 min ago||i know how you feel. im 21||
i know how you feel. im 21 and i sound like such an old man its pathetic.
|3 days 6 hours ago||(No subject)||
|4 days 2 hours ago||Well, to be fair, 30 years||
Well, to be fair, 30 years ago the rules were much different than the current NFL. WR's could be hit and re-routed. It was a much more physical game. QBs didnt get to doctor the ball to their liking. DBs were allowed to play physical coverage. Throwing for 4000 yards is pretty much expected at this point, but go back just 10-15 years and QBs were rarely hitting 4000, let alone 5000. Its a different game. Fumbles can be controlled to an extent, but for the most part they are pretty random. You can absolutely work on ball security and consistently post strong numbers, but to just be on a different level than the rest of the league for that long is a little strange
|4 days 2 hours ago||I realize that the average||
I realize that the average NFL fan wants MOAR TOUCHDOWNS!!! for their fantasy football leagues, but why does the NFL cater to offenses so much? Why not just make the league supply footballs to ensure that they are all standard issue? Wouldnt that make sense? Isnt that how every other professional sports league does things? It seems a little silly that the QBs in the NFL get to doctor the ball to their liking before games.
|4 days 2 hours ago||And to be honest, I would||
And to be honest, I would probably do something similar if I had a crowd of 30+ grown men/women surrounding me asking me pointless questions. I would give a ton of one word answers and be as boring as possible so that they just leave me alone. If nothing else, it would piss them off
|4 days 2 hours ago||I think he just wants to||
I think he just wants to stick it to the league at this point. They fined him for grabbing his crotch before diving into the endzone against Green Bay, then they went and sold the picture of him doing it on NFL.com for $150 a picture. I think he sees the bullshit that is the NFL and wants to piss them off as much as possible.
And Im sure he hates the media too.
|4 days 2 hours ago||Im an Atlanta Falcons fan||
Im an Atlanta Falcons fan (Grimes started his career there). She has been an idiot for as long as anyone has known who she was. When Brent tore his achilles tendon and the Falcons werent sure if they wanted to extend him with a long term deal, she got all over the organization on twitter. Obviously Grimes still had quality football left in him, but there was clear risk involved for the team and one could understand why a team would hesitate to give big money to a short CB coming off an achilles tear. She was too stupid to understand that then and it looks like she hasnt learned anything since.
|4 days 9 hours ago||Blake Countess and Des Morgan||
Blake Countess and Des Morgan must have really wanted to come to Michigan
|4 days 9 hours ago||(No subject)||
|4 days 9 hours ago||well, considering its between||
well, considering its between UM and USC, and this kid lives in LA....it kinda is "go blue or go home".
|4 days 23 hours ago||LeBron lives in Ohio, plays||
LeBron lives in Ohio, plays for a crappy team, gets critiziced all the time, is balding, is married.
Not saying I woulnt trade lives with him, but I could think of better ideas.
MJ wouldve been a great life back in the day though. Most people seemed to love him (and he is worshipped now)
|4 days 23 hours ago||im down with following||
im down with following recruiting and all that, but doesnt it seem a little silly to read into a kids tweet like that? like, this could easily be completely unrelated to football.
|4 days 23 hours ago||.......well, you are right.||
.......well, you are right. Youre in the minority.
|5 days 19 hours ago||I actually see this guy||
I actually see this guy bulking up to around 275 and being the next Jibrell Black, 3 tech/5 tech guy. He has some nice pass rushing moves, but doesnt play that well in space. I think he would excell inside with some added weight in a few years
|5 days 19 hours ago||I like his film. He could||
I like his film. He could easily be a low 3 star from everyone, and will probably receive a bump since he committed to Michigan (do people still do that?).
Decent feet, and solid arm length. Definitely has the mean streak you look for and yo can see that he wants to finish blocks.
He isnt a great athlete and could use some time in a D1 strength and conditioning program to loosen up his hips and get more flexible.
Seems to have a good idea of where the ball is going and understands where is RB is. Intelligence/field awareness is always a good thing.
Borderline hold's on most of his "pancake" blocks. I love the fact that he wants to drive his opponent into the ground, but he doesnt physically dominate many guys at the high school level. Most of his pancakes are guys who are off balance or guys he basically tackles on the backside of the play. Nothing wrong with that, but he will need to be stronger and he isnt going to be able to push people around in the Big Ten until he gets a lot stronger.
Overall, I like him. Should make a good Guard or Right Tackle in a few years. Probably doesnt have a high ceiling, but I see a high floor. Solid back-up at worst.
|6 days 3 hours ago||If the styles werent ugly New||
If the styles werent ugly New Balance shoes would be better than Nike. They are so comfortable. I wear them when I umpire baseball games and ref football games. They are awesome. And they look sharp in all black for those purposes. But I wouldnt wear them as everyday shoes just because their dad shoes
|1 week 20 hours ago||(No subject)||
|1 week 1 day ago||It was a pretty good book. I||
It was a pretty good book. I liked it a lot. That being said, Rosenberg is a douche.
I think it is fine to recommend his book to someone, but I still dont like the guy.
How about Mitch Albom? I like his book he wrote with Bo, but dont people hate Mitch now too? I think you can appreciate a good book even if the author ends up doing some things you dont like.
John U. Bacon is the best though.
|1 week 1 day ago||love that comment hahah||
love that comment hahah
|1 week 1 day ago||if he is a 1 year guy we must||
if he is a 1 year guy we must see him as an instant impact type. there would be no reason to sign him if we only see special teams potential. pretty interesting recruit
and 1 year is actually perfect isnt it? that will give us more room in the next class to eventually even out each recruiting cycle a little bit
|1 week 2 days ago||there might have been some of||
there might have been some of that happening...or maybe a lot
|1 week 3 days ago||boom. exactly. thats the||
boom. exactly. thats the first thing that came to my mind the umpire is going to catch the ball all game long, the line judge and the head linesman are thrwing it to him, the umpire is then setting the ball. plus, like you said, they have to check them in the pre-game. i always try to support the refs/umpires point of view because ive been in their positions and know how it goes, but in this situation i have to blame the refs. it needed to be handled on the field during the game, not after the game. i dont know what exactly the NFL rule are in this situation, but maybe thats the issue.
and this part isnt a reply to blueinmilwaukee, but just my own thought, isnt it crazy how everyone always tries to call the pariots cheaters? i mean john harbaugh tried to call them cheaters for subbing eligible receivers for linemen and vice-versa.
at what point are people gonna give up and accept that belicheck is a genius? he reads the rule book front to back and knows everything he can exploit
|1 week 3 days ago||im not suggesting that it was||
im not suggesting that it was a coincidence. im saying that the refs need to notice it if the balls are illegal. maybe it wasnt very noticable (which would make me wonder where the large advantage came from...but whateves), but the refs need to notice. maybe they should spend some time training to notice these things in the future, i dont really know the solution. all i know is that i find it hard to discredit the pats when nothing was done about the issue during the entire game, but then suddenly it is a big issue after the game