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|5 years 13 weeks ago||Awesome||
Well done as always.
I also loved the line about mocking Notre Dame and not Jesus. I think the moment they called the icon on the side of their library "touchdown Jesus" reverence was already in peril. having Jesus say no good is just brilliant.
|5 years 32 weeks ago||I saw this movie a few years||
I saw this movie a few years ago and was really moved. This is a huge injustice and the documentary these guys made is very powerful. Thanks for continuing to raise the awareness.
|5 years 34 weeks ago||wow||
This is incredible. I have been hoping you would put one of these together.
|5 years 36 weeks ago||Got em||
Thanks for the heads-up.
|5 years 37 weeks ago||new topic||
Since this thread topic is terrible, let's ask a another question:
What are the chances we could page Monumental and have him develop "The Art, The Art, The Art," for the spring game?
His backgrounds always cheer me up.
|5 years 37 weeks ago||Devils, Blue,||
Devils, Blue, White,Pale
Whistles Blow the Epic Fail
But still we cry "Hail"
|5 years 41 weeks ago||Thank You||
I just got back from a meeting that went way too long. This is just what I needed. Thank you Sir.
|5 years 43 weeks ago||Revised List||
Sorry but that list was wrong for so many reasons. Let's try again.
Ohio State: The serpent in the garden of Eden who convinces recruits that if they show up in Columbus they will be like God but instead it leads to total distruction. We later find out that this is none other than the enemy of all that is good and true in the world.
Penn State: Pharaoh and the Egyptians. While their ways have in the past proved to be successful as they have swelled in power and wealth. Thieir stubborness has lead to be their downfall. After seeing ten other plagues unleashed on them they still remain hard-hearted and refuse to change.
Purdue: Baalam. The only reason he gets mentioned is sometimes his ass talks for him.
Minnesota: Laban. Once rich and proud with beautiful daughters (1950's football). Jacob (the rest of the big ten) has come and taken his daughters and all their best goats. Now they are left a shell of what they used to be.
Indiana: The lepers. They are harmless and in need of healing. Often not considered part of the community.
Iowa: Haman. The king's right hand man in the book of Esther. This guy has the typical, "little-man syndrome." He stakes his life and actualization on the backhanded anhilation of others instead of cementing an identity for himself. Ultimatly, he has to accept a fate he thought he was giving the ones he was trying to kill.
Michigan State: Ahab. Usually bossed around and spineless, however also has a flair for crime like stealing vinyards, and murdering prophets. Secretly wishes he had God's favor like Elijah.
Nebraska: Ruth. Has no one to legitimize her and take care of her when those around her die (most of the big 12). Then she finds a new land, a new people, and a new sense of self.
Wisconsin: Goliath. Also a Philistine but deserves a catagory all his own. A big lumbering bully who ravages the region for a time then is put in his place by a kid with a slingshot (TCU anyone).
Illinois: Harod Agrippa. He can't hold together the bit of the kingdom he has been given by his father and now, even though he has resources at his fingertips (decent recruits) finds himself being eaten alive by worms.
Northwestern: The Philistines. A sea-fearing, troublesome people who cause a bit of ruckus here and there but mostly find themselves beaten by other regional powers.
Michigan: Elijah. Often convinced they are the only one left with morals and logic, they press on to help the wayward kingdom restore justice and goodness to the land in the name of the LORD.
|5 years 43 weeks ago||Matt Godin||
Do we know if Matt Godin is planning on coming out for a Junior day or another visit any time soon? I know that Tim said in "Wednesday Recruiting" that the new staff might be waiting to do some more evaluation but, Godin seemed to be excited about us after his visits. Anyone have any more information or insight into his situation?
|5 years 43 weeks ago||Countdown by committee. Nice||
Countdown by committee. Nice work.
|5 years 43 weeks ago||Too Bad||
That's too bad. I for one wish it was already there. I think a Robocop statue would have really classed up Chrysler's "Imported from Detroit" Superbowl commercial.
|5 years 44 weeks ago||Spring Game||
Hearing Borges talk makes me excited/anxious about the spring game. I just really want to see how all the talk takes shape on the field.
|5 years 44 weeks ago||Rawls||
After hearing how happy he was in his WTKA interview this morning, I have to say Rawls. It is so great to hear guys like him humbled to put on the winged helmet.
|5 years 44 weeks ago||Rittenberg||
Adam Rittenberg has been doing some nice work on this. I know it's MSM but he's usually had some great stuff. Today he had a piece with the Big Ten's Associate Commisioner for Compliance. Here is the link if anyone is interested. SIAP.
|5 years 44 weeks ago||Mattison||
I think the biggest shock, albeit a great shock, of the recruiting season was the hire of Mattison. I was surprised that he would leave the NFL and come back for the same position. And, in his short time here, I think he has made a big impression on bringing in some of these students.
|5 years 44 weeks ago||Yes||
I agree. I think we get five of six and cooper goes blue. Fisher goes out west.