This is maaaaybe premature there, ESPN. Maryland #1 FWIW.
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|9 hours 55 min ago||"who film la himself||
"who film la himself assembling/ disassembling a paint ball gun?"
Not sure if serious. People will film themselves doing ANYTHING. There is a huge genre of YouTube videos -- some of which get millions and millions of views -- of people describing the items that they bought on shopping trips. It wouldn't surprise me if there are hundreds of videos of people assembling/disassemblign paintball guns.
|2 days 2 hours ago||So...we should all be betting||
So...we should all be betting heavily on LSU to be runners-up to Michigan in the national championship game next year?
|2 days 11 hours ago||Or know that because ABC put||
Or know that because ABC put Jenn Sterger on TV, "1,500 red-blooded Americans just decided to apply to Florida State"?
|2 days 11 hours ago||Michigan not number one, list||
Michigan not number one, list is invalid.
|3 days 8 hours ago||Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro.||
Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro. Both meal and beverage.
|5 days 10 hours ago||I would even more enjoy a||
I would even more enjoy a lengthy and self-gratifying mid-season debate about who is better: Gary or Glasgow, or Mone, or Wormley, or Hurst.
ALL YOUR BACKFIELD ARE BELONG TO US.
|6 days 9 hours ago||Eddie McDoom is the winner of||
Eddie McDoom is the winner of best name. McDoom! McDoom. Just think about it for a minute. McDoom.
|6 days 11 hours ago||Came to make a snarky comment||
Came to make a snarky comment about how chips on shoulders are not piles, they're little chunks taken out of the shoulder. Looked up etymology of the phrase to make sure I was right about that. I was wrong. There are two etymologies, one of which involves piles (well, bundles) of wood scraps. British shipyard workers used to get to carry wood scraps home as a perk of the job, to use for fuel at home. They carried the "chips" on their shoulders because that was the most efficient way to do it. Then one day the bosses realized it was costing too much, so they ordered the workers to carry the chips under their arms. Can't carry as much that way. So one day one of the workers was like F that and defiantly put his chips back on his shoulder, and all the other workers cheered. Ergo: chip on your shoulder = defiance of perceived oppressor. Source: Wikipedia.
Also, I now realize that my imagined etymology only makes sense if you're talking about a statue, which can be permanently mutilated without, well, bleeding to death.
Learned something today. Thanks MGoBoard.
|6 days 12 hours ago||I think you meant, "So||
I think you meant, "So beautiful, read everything."
|1 week 4 hours ago||Didn't Brian post an appeal||
Didn't Brian post an appeal for developers recently, to help with site redesign? You could just email him.
|1 week 9 hours ago||someone on twitter pointed||
someone on twitter pointed out that hand committed to bama with 87% of crystal balls for UM.
53 minutes and counting.
|1 week 1 day ago||(No subject)||
|1 week 1 day ago||no, of course not.||
No, of course not. But talking about those decisions melodramatically makes all of this more fun.
|1 week 1 day ago||Teenagers like drama? How||
Teenagers like drama? How many of us on this board are teenagers and we're living and breathing the college choices of a half dozen 18-year-old boys over the next two days as if our entire life outlook depended on it?
Not saying teenagers don't like drama, just saying we're not exactly a sober bunch ourselves.
If Onwenu commits elsewhere tonight I may literally not be exactly sober, which is a problem because I have a job interview at 11:30 PM.
|1 week 2 days ago||(No subject)||
|1 week 2 days ago||That does not change my||
That does not change my comment. But perhaps my pronoun usage could have been clearer.
|1 week 2 days ago||Manningham TD against Penn||
Manningham TD against Penn State with time expiring, after Carr had fought to get 1 second put back on the clock earlier in the half.
EDIT: God DAMN it, beaten by less than a minute.
EDIT2: The time stamp changes when you edit. My original post was 11:33. Anyway, balls.
|1 week 2 days ago||Unless he commits to||
Unless he commits to Michigan, in which case he is Fuller sunshine and roses.
|1 week 2 days ago||+1000 and I think Mr.||
+1000 and I think Mr. Ducksterstepnoutsociety, if that is his real name, owes us all an apology for having his priorities so, so very mixed up.
|1 week 2 days ago||Oh come on. The real reason||
Oh come on. The real reason we wanted McDoom was the name. He could be a poor man's Norfleet and I would still gleefully shout "MCDOOOOOOM" every time he came on the screen.
|1 week 3 days ago||Relax. Harbaugh.||
|1 week 6 days ago||I weep for you that you do||
I weep for you that you do not derive pleasure from just looking at and contemplating magnificent names like Hamp Cheevers and Divine Deablo.
|2 weeks 12 hours ago||My preferred way of dealing||
My preferred way of dealing with this for the time being:
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Density is the word, it's||
Density is the word, it's amazing, he doesn't even look all that fat, just like he's made out of flesh-colored granite or something.
|3 weeks 11 hours ago||Thank you, this is exactly||
Thank you, this is exactly where I fall on it. College recruiting, as long as there is forced amateurism and probably after the NCAA flies into the sun and explodes in a burst of player-destined greenbacks, is going to continue to be shady. That Harbaugh does not fly above like an angel of virtue may disappoint me as a serious but decidedly "outsider" fan (i.e. I have never had any connection to major D1 athletics). But it does not make me cringe with embarrassment or regret.
The D1 money-making sports are dirty. We are all obsessed with a major D1 program. A bit of dirt comes with the territory.
|3 weeks 22 hours ago||the greatest gif||
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Kate Upton has a||
Kate Upton has a high-school-aged daughter? I knew celebrities often lied about their age but that seems improbable. Well, the more you know.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Ordinarily, yes, but Glasgow||
Ordinarily, yes, but Glasgow has been alloyed with carbon. So steel is in fact the correct metal in this case.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||God||
|3 weeks 2 days ago||"Cue" is actually the only||
"Cue" is actually the only correct usage in that sentence, in its meaning "to prompt or direct to begin." "Queue" refers to a line of people waiting for something. "Que" is not a word in English at all.