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|5 weeks 23 hours ago||I saw their post about this||
I saw their post about this on facebook and just knew that as soon as I got on MGoBlog this post would be here. Never change, WD!
|6 weeks 5 days ago||Man, I love getting these||
Man, I love getting these daily updates, but it is NOT GOOD for my studying for my final exams! Oh well, who needs PT school when you can read coaching rumors all day?!
|6 weeks 6 days ago||Exactly my thoughts. Why give||
Exactly my thoughts. Why give a guy a deadline to make a decision while he's still in the middle of his season? Now, if it's a bit after the 49ers' season has ended, that would be more reasonable, but before December 29th, you're likely just asking to get turned down!
|6 weeks 6 days ago||Being from Indy, I'd like to||
Being from Indy, I'd like to see the Colts take him (if he falls enough in the draft - we need OL early and often) to replace a possibly retiring Reggie Wayne. Best of luck to him wherever he lands, though! The kid has serious potential!
|11 weeks 3 days ago||Great minds must... lose||
Great minds must... lose interest alike. I stopped it exactly at 1:04 as well!
|22 weeks 6 days ago||I will never pass over||
I will never pass over watching/reading anything Denard related. One of my all-time favorite Wolverines. Thanks for posting!
|23 weeks 3 days ago||I believe this question was||
I believe this question was addressed in one of the (relatively recent) front page explanation posts by Seth. I'm too lazy to look it up myself, but you could try starting there.
|28 weeks 4 days ago||Hallelujah! Holy shit! Where's the||
Hallelujah! Holy shit! Where's the Tylenol?!
|34 weeks 2 days ago||I believe he was offered to||
I believe he was offered to camp with the Lions, but I'm not sure if he ever did (he played D2 or 3 college football in Ohio). He then decided to stay with rugby because his dream is to compete in the Olympics. After he decided to stick with 7s, he signed a professional contract with the Glasgow Warriors and is over there working on his game. He still makes the occasional appearance on the USA team when his club makes him available for it.
|34 weeks 2 days ago||Play continues tomorrow||
Replying up here so people will see it.
They haven't released the updated matchups and times yet, but the championship rounds will be played tomorrow and will be shown on NBC Sports Network from 2-4pm eastern and NBC from 4-6pm eastern. Michigan will play their championship quarterfinal in the morning and go from there.
And to reply to your comment, yes! Having played basketball and football as well as 15s and 7s rugby, 7s is by far the most exhausting sport I've played, despite only having 7 minute halves!
UPDATE: Michigan will play Kutztown (PA) in the championship quarterfinal at 11am. Kutztown is a very strong side and will be a good test for Michigan. Full day 2 schedule can be found here: http://rugbytoday.com/college/sunday-pairings-collegiate-rugby-championship
|34 weeks 2 days ago||Rugby 7s is a hugely variable||
Rugby 7s is a hugely variable game. Relatively evenly matched teams could play multiple times and have vastly different results each time. Because the halves are so short (as said before, 7 minute halves with a running clock), random bounces of the ball and referee decisions can play big parts in the results.
|49 weeks 6 days ago||Wooo! Very impressed with||
Wooo! Very impressed with Walton! Glad he played so well in such an ugly game!
|51 weeks 5 days ago||This.||
This makes me feel warm and fuzzy.
|1 year 4 days ago||Wooooo!||
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Two weeks...||
It's amazing the difference that two weeks can have on a soul-dong! Here's to 2014!
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Really hope he can succeed||
Really hope he can succeed there! I never realized he was no longer with the Chargers, so I was hoping that this past Sunday he would have come in when Hardwick got injured. I guess that explains it!
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Agreed! I would think this||
Agreed! I would think this could send a pretty good message to recruits - not only was he very successful there, but he left Alabama to come here! Here's to 2014!
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Yeah, I noticed that too.||
Yeah, I noticed that too. There were I believe 28 seconds at the snap on 2nd and long and OSU had 2 time outs. Not sure why they didn't use them...
Edit: Nevermind, hadn't read the response lower in the thread yet. Apparently the graphic was wrong.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||WOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!||
|1 year 41 weeks ago||I'm absolutely positive that||
I'm absolutely positive that is a Nike Oregon State jersey. Seriously, compare it to this:
The stitching and material is exactly the same, other than the oregon state logo has an adidas logo over it and the Nike logo has been removed.
|2 years 16 weeks ago||A little harmless self-promotion...||
For anyone who will be itn West Lafayette on Saurday, if you're getting bored with the tailgating, feel free to come watch the Purdue Men's Rugby team play against Sparty. The pitch is just west of the tailgating fields at 168 McCormick Rd, West Lafayette. The A Side kicks off at 1, so they'll be done by 2:30, which leaves plenty of time to get to the stadium and watch warmups or to go continue tailgating. The rugby game is free admission (but if you bring alcohol, keep it in a cup), and there's nothing wrong with coming out to cheer against Michigan State!
|2 years 20 weeks ago||EDIT: Looks like I lost to TWO people...bad me...|
|2 years 21 weeks ago||Same here! Luckily, I was||
Same here! Luckily, I was ten, and it was still the coolest thing ever walking into the stadium for the first time!
|2 years 21 weeks ago||That 2002 Iowa game...||
was my first game at the Big House (I was 10). It says a lot when you can go to a game like that, in the rain, and still have it be one of the coolest experiences ever!
|2 years 24 weeks ago||He needs to get some rugby||
He needs to get some rugby shorts, then he won't have to roll them up. I'm sure Obi Ezeh would have given him some of his old ones!
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Current Purdue student here...||
Sorry I can't be of much help about the hotels or bars (not 21 until April), but if any of you guys going to the game are rugby fans, or would be interested in watching, the Purdue Men's Rugby Club plays Michigan State at probably 1pm, hopefully not much later (the football game kicks off at 4pm, and rugby games last about an hour and a half, with a B game after), just across the street from the tailgating fields. So, if anyone is getting bored of the tailgating scene, feel free to check out some rugby, in what will hopefully be a beatdown on Sparty! If anyone is actually interested, feel free to look up the address of the field on our website (second link if you google purdue rugby) or email me, which is also on that website. Nothing wrong with a little self promotion, right? : )
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Yeah...we call it Breakfast||
Yeah...we call it Breakfast Club. The students wake up and dress up in costumes and go to the bars at like 5am. The goal is to make it to the game afterwards, but most don't.
|2 years 29 weeks ago||Is it bad that I hope Clemson||
Is it bad that I hope Clemson offers the kid, but that he commits somewhere else?
|2 years 32 weeks ago||I think that it's pretty||
I think that it's pretty inevitable that it will happen, but just probably not anytime soon. Rugby is a relatively inexpensive sport, and the popularity around the country is increasing pretty rapidly. I think it's only a matter of time before athletic departments want to bite on it. For example, Davenport University has scholarships for their players, along with a few other small universities already. In addition to that, many schools will pay for their rugby clubs' travel costs for away matches. Penn State is a pretty good rugby team, and their club has basically a partnership with the athletic department where they are free to use the trainers, weight facilities and coaches, etc. that the varsity sports are provided with. I'm not sure if they pay for their travel, but they're pretty close to a "varsity" program other than not providing scholarships. Also, women's rugby has actually been named an NCAA "emerging sport" or something like that, which shows that the interest is there.
I'm the president for Purdue's club, and for anybody who follows college rugby, things could be getting interesting soon. The Pac 12 just started their own rugby conference, and I think they're trying to set up an affiliation with the real Pac 12 conference for television and other benefits. So, a few big ten program coaches decided that we're going to start the Big Ten Rugby Conference. We have been working towards organizing it and making schedules for the past few weeks, and I'm pretty excited about the possibilities it brings about. For this coming year, 10 of the 12 teams will participate (Northwestern and Penn State don't plan to join for competition level reasons). I'm hoping that down the line we can work something out with the Big Ten and maybe the Big Ten Network and try to get some games televised.
Either way, the sport is growing, and I can't wait to see how big it can get!
|2 years 47 weeks ago||So THAT'S why I never stay on||
So THAT'S why I never stay on a diet...I haven't officially tried the cookie diet yet!