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|2 weeks 16 hours ago||Speve Sharik?||
|49 weeks 1 day ago||Jared Wangler also replied &||
Jared Wangler also replied & mentioned Ferns "save some room for your future LBs
|1 year 6 weeks ago||Don't really understand the MSU "elite D" talk||
After these first two games at least:
WMU offense yards 204
WMU defense yards 297
WMU offense points 13
WMU defense allowed 13
In WMU-Nicholls State (FCS)
WMU offense yards 485
WMU defense yards 447
WMU offense points 23
WMU defense allowed 27
USF offense yards 155
USF defense yards 265
USF offense points 6
USF defense allowed 7
In USF-McNeese State (FCS)
USF offense yards 342
USF defense yards 424
USF offense points 14
USF defense allowed 41
MSU's "elite" defense held their first two opponents to a combined 19 points. Great, but FCS opponents held those offenses to a combined 37 points. The MSU offense is even worse than I thought, with 20 total points in the first two games. FCS opponents scored 68 points against the same two opponents. So vs. MSU, opponents are averaging 9.5 points on offense, 10 points given up by defense. Against FCS foes, MSU opponents are averaging 18.5 points on offense, and 34 points given up by defense.
|1 year 35 weeks ago||I can't see UNC going||
I can't see UNC going anywhere without Duke. FOr those saying that "it wouldn't be a big deal, just do out of conference games," no. Would you be ok with Michigan and Ohio State being in different conferences? Of course not. No amount of OOC games would make that ok. Michigan-Ohio State is the biggest football rivalry in sports, but the UNC-Duke rivalry is transcendent onto another level. They are 8 miles away. We share the same dry cleaners and apartment complexes. They're private, we're public. The basketball rivalry speaks for itself. It would be a HUGE deal to lose UNC-Duke. They are the yin to our yang.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||I don't buy the "victim" thing||
Original article on Manti and his inspiring rise/story. From before Stanford game.
From the piece:
"Lennay Kekua was a Stanford student and Cardinal football fan when the two exchanged glances, handshakes and phone numbers that fateful weekend three seasons ago."
"“Every once in a while, she would travel to Hawaii, and that happened to be the time Manti was home, so he would meet with her there. But within the last year, they became a couple."
"Kekua, who eventually graduated from Stanford, was, in fact, doing so well that she was released from the hospital on Sept. 10. And Brian Te’o was among those congratulating her via telephone."
Raises questions like WHO DID HE EXCHANGE GLANCES WITH? WHO DID HIS DAD TALK TO ON THE PHONE? WHO DID HE MEET UP WITH IN HAWAII?
|1 year 47 weeks ago||Debunked?||
Just hung up with George Bass, Miles' agent, on Ark rumor: "There's nothing like that going on."
|2 years 14 weeks ago||The weapon is his right hand.||
The weapon is his right hand.
|2 years 18 weeks ago||Immanent: inherent Imminent:||
They are two different words.
|2 years 18 weeks ago||You know what I hate? When||
You know what I hate? When people correct grammar/spelling incorrectly.
Example: Some girl commented on something I wrote about the "immanent nature" of something with "Lol considering immanent isn't a word, I think you meant imminent. But we all knew what you meant ;)"
No bitch, I meant inherent. Not impending. Chill out. Same when people correct someone's use of "irony" regardless of whether it was used correctly.
Also there was this one time some guy made an MGoBlog post about the word humbling. Fuck that guy.
|2 years 18 weeks ago||?||
|2 years 18 weeks ago||4-square||
4-square: Inside line is out, and outside line is in.
|2 years 19 weeks ago||I don't think basketball runs||
I don't think basketball runs into the same problems as much, since, if an athlete wants to be done with college after a year or just not go, he can go straight to the NBA. Not so much in football, so regardless of desire (or sometimes, ability/intelligence) the athletes are forced to go through at least a couple years of college.
As far as I knew during my time there, the basketball players were taking real classes. Easy A's sometimes, sure (what college student hasn't?), but they were at least legitimate. I even had Wes Miller in one of my mid-level Math classes.
|2 years 19 weeks ago||Yay||
You think we'd at least be better at football.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||This is why you can't have||
This is why you can't have nice things.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||I think the worst thing about||
I think the worst thing about all of this is that my first thought was "Oh cool! Another sweet Michigan football video set ti that kickass Rilo Kelly song!"
You're the worst.
|2 years 30 weeks ago||That's an interesting||
That's an interesting "Wolverine."
|2 years 30 weeks ago||I'm unsure which is going to||
I'm unsure which is going to give out first: my liver or my heart.
|2 years 35 weeks ago||Founder's Dirty Bastard.||
Founder's Dirty Bastard.
|2 years 35 weeks ago||Wow.||
|2 years 35 weeks ago||Holy hell, what did you do?||
Holy hell, what did you do?
|2 years 36 weeks ago||http://mgoblog.com/content/20||
Not the Hello post but still a fun read.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||Speaking of Freudian slips?||
|2 years 41 weeks ago||She looks like she's got one||
She looks like she's got one headlight out.
|2 years 42 weeks ago||Yep.||
From the website (and med classmate who's an alum):
The answer leads all the way back to 1896 when Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College changed its name to Virginia Polytechnic Institute. With the change came the necessity for writing a new cheer and a contest for such a purpose was held by the student body. Senior O.M. Stull won first prize for his "Hokie" yell (Old Hokie Cheer below) which is still used today.
Later, when asked if "Hokie" had any special meaning, Stull explained the word was solely the product of his imagination and was used only as an attention-getter for his yell. It soon became a nickname for all Tech teams and for those people loyal to Tech athletics. The official university school colors - Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange - also were introduced in 1896. The colors were chosen by a committee because they made a 'unique combination' not worn elsewhere at the time. The official definition of "hokie" is "a loyal Virginia Tech Fan".
|2 years 45 weeks ago||Grey facemasks, nice.||
Grey facemasks, nice.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Wreck Tech||
|2 years 46 weeks ago||HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA -Things||
-Things Nobody Said
|2 years 46 weeks ago||What's more, if Alabama wins||
What's more, if Alabama wins a sloppy, low scoring game (like the last one) and OkSt dominates Stanford, does the AP start looking at OkST as champs?
|2 years 46 weeks ago||From what I've heard and||
From what I've heard and similar events I've been to in NOLA, it is usually pretty easy to scalp tickets outside. My roommate is a VT grad so we'll be roadtripping down.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||http://www.coveritlive.com/in|