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|1 year 45 weeks ago||Thank you coach Beilein||
And Morgan and Stauskas and GRIII, all of whom I doubt we ever see in the maize and blue again (morgan obviously). This team showed immense heart, and I'm so proud of the way Levert fought back in the second half to play awesome defense and contribute offensively. They just played the most talented team in the country, and it's not even close. So proud of these guys. Nothing to hang your head about.
|3 years 2 hours ago||Not gonna rag on a freshman||
But why is lavert even I'm the game at the end of regulation? If ur plan is to foul u don't need length
|3 years 3 days ago||Logged in for the first time in months||
Just to cheer the Muppets! Gonna be a long day at work tomorrow here in cbus but I can't wait to hear the whining from everybody at work (which is Ohio state) Whooooo
|3 years 23 weeks ago||This||
I'm not sure if a wide open passing attack would be effective, but i'm fairly certain running Rawls at Williams will not. 3-4 WR sets will help space out their LBs and allow more running lanes for DRob on scrambles (hoping praying screaming this year he actually scrambles). If bama insists on still stuffing 8 in the box, I would anticipate denard being able to connect on at least 1-2 balls over the top to Gallon
|3 years 26 weeks ago||Agree and Disagree||
He is overrated as a defensive player, but an elite return guy (especially one as dynamic as him) goes no later than the second round. Hester was a second round pick (and mediocre CB) and he's a future HOFer.
|3 years 27 weeks ago||It was the right call at the time||
Denard got hurt every game except
|3 years 28 weeks ago||A good point||
But I don't want anyone other than kovacs and Gordon at safety, even of injuries happen wrt the CBs. I've finally got a sense of optimism for the first time for the safeties in too long
|3 years 28 weeks ago||The mysterious DSM V||
May include it, we'll have to see. Normally my notes on bat shit crazy patients are filled with as many direct quotes as possible, for the enjoyment of the next clinician to read. Normally we don't label it, we just let the quotes speak for themselves
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Because we'd figured out Gordon was our starting FS||
When I go back and watch that game I forget how odd the defense rotation was while the coaching staff was putting the pieces in place
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Also the Cell is awful||
Went there with the mrs to catch a tigers game and it's worse than the Mud Hens and Clippers parks. Cheap, none of the majesty of KC or Comerica
|3 years 29 weeks ago||I just admitted a patient||
Who smuggled an insulin pen in his butt so he could self-inject, purposefully cause hypoglycemia, and stay in the hospital longer to get pain meds. They seem like similar dimensions as a cigar. I believe in you.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||It was pretty bad in Columbus||
Broke my storm door partially Friday, finished the job off tonight
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Thank you||
Rondo should definitely be on this list. The fact Odom is still in consideration is a joke-I think AI is actually going to be an integral part of the team. I don't think there's a role for Blake Griffin on this team-we are used to getting highlights of great dunks (Vince Carter vs. France) during the olympics, but he's not a good enough shooter or perimeter defender for the international game. I agree w/ the starting five above, but I'd but Chandler in at center.
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Once you've completed residency, yes||
However it is tough the first few years. 15% of my income (which is pretty modest as a resident) is managable. However, my wife and I have to file taxes separately (losing out on all the tax breaks from student loan payments, mortgage payments, etc..) specifically to avoid haivng the income based repayment plan be based upon our cummulative salaries. There is no question medicine provides a solid financial future, but I have pretty much lived like a med student the first few years
/weep for the poor MD /s
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Nope||
I used to be the first lady of California
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Looks like Mrs. Herbstreet got her wish||
There was always some chemistry between Herbie and Erin. Bring back Lynn Swann!
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Burke way too low||
Not to play homer, but if the reports about Burke improving his shot are accurate, he's a late lottery pick. I know he's small, and I don't know all the PGs in the non BCS conferences, but I'd be surprised if he wasn't the 1 or 2 PG prospect next year
...assuming of course Craft doesn't turn pro. /s
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Love the English pick||
We know how much heart it takes to be a SG playing the 4. 46 percent from 3, senior leadership and won't be making 14 million next year to be a sharp shooter. Joe D had a good night-love the first and last picks
|3 years 33 weeks ago||So a dirty dress is DNA evidence||
But syringes in a beer can aren't? Guess his trainer shoulda worn a dress. What a waste of money
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Am I the only who thought||
This thread was going to be devoted to mrs Webb Simpson? A man can dream
|3 years 37 weeks ago||As an OSU med school alum||
I can tell you we get free iPhones to work on the wards...or to post on mgoblog. Nothing to see here. Go Blue!
|3 years 41 weeks ago||I think Cleveland needs Richardson||
I agree it's very poor form to put such stock in a RB (a lesson all Bears fans learned over and over). However, here in Ohio the general belief is that the defense is headed in the right direction, but the offense is so stagnant that its unwatchable. Cleveland needs that excitement-especially with a very solid L side of the lineand a possession qb
|3 years 41 weeks ago||If most Americans feel as good||
when Tebow smiles as I feel when RGIII smiles, then I totally get Tebow-mania (NTTAWWT)
|3 years 43 weeks ago||Moar Ice Girls||
Plz k thx
|3 years 43 weeks ago||This article is why it is a strange time in the big ten||
BC our three biggest rivals in the big ten right now (ranked by my joy of defeating) all have head coaches I have little to no respect for. I know we all dislike great players or coaches on rival teams (as a Bears fan, I objectively know Aaron Rodgers is a great QB but I can't stand him), but we should at least be able to respect them. Dantonio, Bielema,, and Meyer are such blatant bottom feeders that losing to them honestly feels like a moral affront. Not that Michigan knows what it's like to lose to Meyer, but you know what I mean.
|3 years 44 weeks ago||You do know||
That pharyngitis and viral URTIs are handled by internal medicine docs (and FP and CNPs)? My preceptor at residents clinic went to Michigan for undergrad, OSU for residency ( a very common arrangement). Would you see someone who has attended both? Just curious
|3 years 44 weeks ago||Reasonable concerns||
I agree that I expect some regression from Papa Grande and Peralta. However, I actually think Avila is going to continue to improve. He was just gassed last year at having to catch so many games. While getting Fielder was obviously huge, I'm thrilled to see Laird back in the D. His offense is terrible, but he's a great defensive catcher who will allow Avila to stay fresh throughout the season. I expect Young and Boesch to have massive years-I'm just concerned about that glaring hole at second base.
|3 years 44 weeks ago||Orrrr....||
It could be an aging baseball player in a fast-twitch sport getting hurt. Martin and Molk seemed to do okay at the combine
|3 years 44 weeks ago||Wouldn't surprise me||
If he were in charge of 'recruiting'
|3 years 44 weeks ago||My birthday is April 2nd||
...and my brothers have called me the leftover joke my entire life. You, sir (probably), cannot hate this day more than I