Hockey pet peeve: "when a teammate tips a puck in on you, which is exactly how my first collegiate goal against happened. Thanks, Copper."
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|31 weeks 4 days ago||I think you dissolve the||
I think you dissolve the franchise to end the torture of the fans and players.
|44 weeks 4 days ago||Put 'em in the cool blue and other colors division||
Put 'em in the cool blue and other colors division. We've just added two more ugly-ass red teams.
|1 year 13 weeks ago||No Oklahoma||
No Oklahoma. B1G has too much ugly-ass red already. Just added two more. No more red teams please.
|1 year 14 weeks ago||The present participle and||
The present participle and the gerund have the same form, so it's not a mistake. The roots are ultimately verbs from which nouns (gerunds) can be derived. So, the participial forms are more basic because they are still verbal.
|1 year 14 weeks ago||Boo Ya! It's great to have||
Boo Ya! It's great to have another present participle on the roster in Ian Bunting. Now we need to flip Quin Blanding. Of course, this is all led by the double Channing Stribling.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||My divisions have always||
My divisions have always been, especially once we added two more ugly-ass red teams with Rutgers and Maryland:
Ugly-ass Red Division Better-looking Division
Ohio State Penn State
Yes, scarlet, crimson, cardinal, and even maroon are all just types of red (Minnesota is a little bit of a stretch, but close enough).
Too many of the prominent football teams around the nation are red teams, and I'm just sick of it.
Basketball, on the other hand, is often dominated by blue teams more than red ones (UK, KU, Duke, UNC, UCLA, UCONN, etc)
|1 year 19 weeks ago||I say put Purdue in the East.||
I say put Purdue in the East. We already have way too much ugly-ass red in our division to add Indiana!
|1 year 49 weeks ago||This was the most enjoyable||
This was the most enjoyable of the individual interview episodes of this program this year. He showed a lot of personality where most have been very hush
|1 year 50 weeks ago||Jake Ryan, Joe Bolden, Ben||
Jake Ryan, Joe Bolden, Ben "The Freak" Gedeon, McCray, and now Ferns. We take all your monster Ohio LBs
|1 year 50 weeks ago||I had to watch the whisker||
I had to watch the whisker part about 6 times. That was too funny, and his reaction was great. Makes you wonder if Karsh missed a spot shaving and Barnum couldn't stop staring.
|2 years 2 days ago||Good for Bolden||
Hasn't he been trying to get out there for a while? I seem to recall he was denied transfer requests before, no?
|2 years 1 week ago||This was a great read by the||
This was a great read by the blog's consistently funniest.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||The main flaw, or inaccuracy||
The main flaw, or inaccuracy rather, of the article is that he mentions Brian Kelly's red-faced tirades, when in reality they are purple-faced tirades.
|2 years 19 weeks ago||What a great picture!||
What a great picture!
|2 years 19 weeks ago||What a great picture!||
What a great picture!
|2 years 19 weeks ago||Twitter is a novel way to||
Twitter is a novel way to present oneself in public, but it is set up for instant unmeasured release. This means people are going to screw up on it, and each of these kids is still a few years away from having a fully settled (adult) frontal cortex. Twitter is a recipe for trouble here.
|2 years 21 weeks ago||Kugler is a monster. He's||
Kugler is a monster. He's punishing those kids!
|2 years 24 weeks ago||I better join the thread so I can see you be a steak||
I better join the thread so I can see you be a steak
|2 years 25 weeks ago||It would be wise to take one||
It would be wise to take one mini slot ninja biannually.
Norfleet = ninja
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Flip baby||
|2 years 30 weeks ago||It would be 10 degrees||
It would be 10 degrees outside!
|2 years 36 weeks ago||keep his soft side||
... keep his soft and emotional side private - at least until there is a consensus that his job is secure
|2 years 40 weeks ago||The out of conference games||
The out of conference games are too important and exciting to do this. 9 conference games is too much and hurts the conference nationally because of the higher number of necessary losses. Look at the PAC10 before and the BIG12 now.
|2 years 41 weeks ago||What a ballbag||
Total ballbag. We all know cheap shots and hidden things happen on the field, but that doesn't mean you should endorse it, especially when a guy's neck could be seriously injured. c'mon!
|2 years 41 weeks ago||You may on to something||
I think it was Payton who a couple months back said something like he was hoping to get a group of big name recruits all to commit to one place, something "fab-5 style". Remember?
|2 years 44 weeks ago||boo ya||
boo ya! Thanks
|2 years 45 weeks ago||I had to watch the whole game||
I had to watch the whole game on TV from Texas, and the sight of the scene at the Big House was beautiful and other-worldly from what one expects at Michigan. The design of the lights is very slick, a thin bright line atop the towers. The blue in the crowd blends into the night and the maize is highlighted by the lights. The pom-poms added a lot too. The whole place was a living, moving, screaming maize mob.
The 4th quarter got so intense I had to leave the room once to focus on my breathing because I thought I might be on the edge of having a heart attack. Seriously, it was nuts.
I think it would be very intimidating to opponents and very attractive to outsiders and potential recruits. Colin Cowherd is a bit of a ballbag, but his take on it right at the beginning of his interview with Hoke sums up how it would look to an outsider (Herd doesn't typically talk much or seem to care much about Michigan as far as I know.): http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=6965847
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Rain favors us||
If Notre Dame's sloppiness in week one and our relative unsloppiness (ball security) of week one carry through at all, I think the rain will exacerbate their woes.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||AAVE grammar||
Neither Omameh or Brian were out of line about Denard's speech, but just to clear up something...
"He be speaking Florida" is not an ungrammatical use of "be". It is a fully regular and grammatical use of "be" in the dialect of English that is sometimes called African American Vernacular English.
AAVE "He be speaking Florida" = Standard American Eng. Habitual mood, 'he speaks (habitually) Florida'
AAVE "He speak Florida" = Standard American Eng. Progressive aspect, "he is speaking Florida"
|2 years 47 weeks ago||Woolfolk is key||
Woolfolk isn't an all conference corner, but he is a senior and a vocal leader. He has sound technique and seems poised to play with a fanatical toughness. In that sense, he is the best corner we have.