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|1 year 3 weeks ago||Thanks man||
Keep fighting the good fight.
|1 year 15 weeks ago||I'm guessing this was||
I'm guessing this was accidentally posted while it was still being worked on. It's not on the front page yet, either.
|2 years 5 weeks ago||I'll be at Tommy Nevin's in Naperville for the basketball game||
I'll be at Tommy Nevin's in Naperville for the basketball game on Tuesday. It's not a Michigan bar but owned and managed by a Rivals/Fort regular. I'll have a group there Tuesday if you want to join us.
Also, I work in Oak Brook so would join any Michigan fans in that area for weekday games too.
|2 years 11 weeks ago||Gotta be JV||
The only confidence I have in a win tonight would be with JV. The bats are cold right now and the pen is frightening to say the least.
|2 years 14 weeks ago||#1000SSS||
Regarding #1000SSS, it looks like the address of the Athletic Department (and/or ticket office) is 1000 South State Street.
|2 years 15 weeks ago||My last name is Rash. I joked||
My last name is Rash. I joked about naming my daughter Fannie and if we have a son, Richard.
|3 years 6 weeks ago||679||
|3 years 9 weeks ago||Well said.||
I've been thinking about this for a while. I understand that on an individual basis, whether or not the ball bounces to me and I recover it is extremely random. But if a given team is constantly flowing to the ball, gang-tackling, what-have-you on defense, then it would seem that that team would be more likely to capitalize on fumble recover opportunities. Granted, 14 of 16 still seems really high, but I don't think it's unreasonable to say that a team's play has *some* ability to affect its fumble recovery success rate.
If team A is coached to have its defensive linemen chase the ball on every play and team B is lackadaisical or lazy about such plays, I would absolutely expect team A to recover more opportunities.
|3 years 12 weeks ago||kayfabe||
In case anyone else is wondering, like I was:
|3 years 13 weeks ago||Thanks||
I was unaware of the source feed so I'll switch to that.
|3 years 16 weeks ago||Agreed||
I enjoyed hearing about why the Sox shouldn't have covered both bases on the hard shot past Morel. Interesting stuff, makes perfect sense, and probably not something that I would have thought of otherwise.
|3 years 16 weeks ago||612||
|3 years 17 weeks ago||Well...||
If you're going to count road revenue from the opponent, then you'd have to include revenue given them for their trip here, which he does not. I don't know how a home-and-home money-sharing deal is usually arranged, but maybe we're assuming a "you keep yours and I'll keep mine" type of deal.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||He really crushed that ball.||
He really crushed that ball.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Wow||
The Mariners and Tribe played a day-night doubleheader yesterday and followed it up with a day game today? That's a lot of baseball.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Also...||
Also, the stadium is in a terrible location and not very convenient to get to.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Avila||
Great work from Avila after going down 0-2.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Agreed||
I will take this from Penny any day. Seems to have settled down after a shaky start.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Yep||
That was big. Gotta figure out how to get some runs now.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||White Sox are off tonight...||
So assuming we hang on, both Cleveland and the Sox will be 5.5 games back.
EDIT: And there it is. Rod just misspoke, but the Tigers are up 5.5 games on both teams.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Whoops...||
I guess you probably knew this already - I didn't realize that Brian had mentioned this in his "MGoJob Available" post.
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Not sure about Tom||
Tim is taking over for Josh Helmholdt at Rivals.
|3 years 20 weeks ago||Well, you're half right.||
Well, you're half right.