well that's just, like, your opinion, man
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|2 weeks 5 days ago||unpleasant things.||
then strictly by that definition he should have signed with the sixers...
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Priorities||
When someone hits free agency in any sport I'm sure they have priorities. His simply seem to include winning a title. That does not make him a coward for the same reason Randy Moss was not a coward for signing with the Patriots, or guys like Hull or Robitille signing with the wings, or guys like Price signing with the Red Sox instead of staying with the Tigers. Just because someone signs with a team that has proven themselves capable of winning it all does not make them a coward, it makes them someone that wants a better chance to win it all.
|8 weeks 4 days ago||Wow||
I am a little bit mad at myself for not going there first. Excellent point, he will deployed in so many different roles that I would have to change my pick and completely agree with you. In fact I think Peppers could be both our best, and most irreplacable player.
|8 weeks 4 days ago||I disagree on Lewis...||
While he may be our most talented player I do not think he is the most irreplacable. There are two other experienced senior CBs on the roster with Clark and Stribbling. To find the most irreplacable player you have to look where the depth is most lacking. That spot in my opinion is linbacker, or reciever. For that reason I would put Gedeon as the most irreplacable, with the depth behind him being either a true frosh or ... welp.
|27 weeks 4 days ago||Attendance.||
Read Bacon's book Endzone (Brandon's lasting lessons) and you will realize that the dip in attendance at Michigan had little to nothing to do with the team performance on the field. After richrods first year attendance did not slip a bit, it was not until all of the bullshit Brandon pulled that attendance went down. You can call Michigan fans many things, but "fair weather fans" is not one of them.
|27 weeks 6 days ago||one more to add||
Peppers had some success in track as well
|29 weeks 23 hours ago||Trill-||
Trill- An adjective used in hip-hop culture to describe someone who is considered to be well respected, coming from a combination of the words "true" and "real" source - Urban Dictionary.
|29 weeks 4 days ago||he did kickoffs too right? (through the uprights||
he did kickoffs too right? (through the uprights sometimes if my memory is correct)
|29 weeks 5 days ago||I'm not 100 % on this but I belive epstein did not||
I'm not 100 % on this but I belive epstein did not to long ago.
|29 weeks 5 days ago||Kenny Allen could both kick and punt. So they||
Kenny Allen could both kick and punt. So they would not have to "move" him from kicker if he also happened to be the best punter.
|29 weeks 5 days ago||Anthony Barr||
Former UCLA top ten pick Anthony Barr switched from running/h back to become a linebacker. Worked out pretty well
|32 weeks 4 days ago||that is true of the 10 game regular season||
that is true of the 10 game regular season schedule. I would be for reducing the number of regular season games by one or two to find a true champion with a system that everyone gets an equal shot.
|32 weeks 4 days ago||not 17 but close||
only 4 teams would play 17, in high school it is 15, and in the pros it is 20. 17 seems like an appropriate middle ground to me.
|32 weeks 4 days ago||full playoff||
literally every other college sport (including the other levels of college football) has a full playoff. I believe it should be similar to college basketball where if you win your conference you get an automatic bid, that makes eleven. Then to give the power conferences the advantage you create 5 at large bids and have a 16 team playoff just like a single bracket of the ncaa tourney. I don't want to hear any bullshit about "well that's too many games" because all other levels of football do that. There is plenty of time in December to have three playoff Saturdays, then you sort out the bowls and have a true championship game.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||Myabe I missed someone else pointing this out...||
Don't we already have this with "In the Big House" by Pop Evil. While not my favorite song, I certainly do not hate it.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Drake Johnson||
Does anyone have any word on Drake from the postgame stuff. I haven't heard anything but I thought it looked pretty serious.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Wilson||
I agree that he made a few nice plays. He almost had a really nice interception in the end zone if Countess hadn't fallen into his legs to jar it loose.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||The Ross Play.||
I am a high school D-coordinator, and I do not think that this is a certain blitz. Linebacker reads are meant to be made coming down hill, as in they are supposed to be thinking run at the snap while taking their read step (towards the LOS). A linebacker that makes a good run read should look like a blitz every time on a run play, because as they take their read step if they read run they should continue seamlessly downhill to their run fit.