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|1 day 11 hours ago||...YES.... !!!!||
Bask in my Knowledge:
1. TEXAS A&M
2. FLORIDA STATE
|3 days 7 hours ago||Yea!That is all||
|6 days 2 hours ago||Back injuriesBack injuries||
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Hope this is a hoax||
Wish the kid the best of luck. Here's to a speedy recovery if it's true.
If he is hurt, pretty sure that Ohio won't skip a beat. If I recall, they have a stable of good young QBs... Plus their schedule is pretty weak, so it'll give the backup time to develop.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Classic!Nice work. Keep 'me||
|2 weeks 3 days ago||OL watch out!The DL be raping||
OL watch out!
|2 weeks 3 days ago||He'll be ready to go, well||
He'll be ready to go, well before the game.
|2 weeks 4 days ago||And||
They picked up a quality coach too, if I recall.
|4 weeks 21 hours ago||Oakland A's||
Disagree with this statement
|4 weeks 3 days ago||Freep link||
Not falling for this. I do not click on free press articles.
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Dumb||
This is the stupidest suggestion I've ever heard.
|7 weeks 6 days ago||Come on man||
3-1? **No spoilers!**
|10 weeks 14 hours ago||amen||
Agree with your Cameron comments. See below for mine.
|10 weeks 14 hours ago||Cameron||
I'm more worried about Geoff Cameron, than Michael Bradley. The dude cost us two goals against Portugal.
What's surprising is that noone has noticed that good ol' #20 was right in the thick of both goals.
The guy fails to clear an easy cross across the middle in the 5th minute. Then, in the 94th minute, he easily coasts into the box and let's his man score the tieing goal. Yes, Bradley messes up and loses the ball, but it was 60 yards from goal. Clearly the team wasn't expecting this, as they were caught off guard on transition. But it still comes down the making that last painful sprint in injury time to clear the ball from the box.
|12 weeks 1 day ago||Formations||
Brian - Love the attention and write-up on the USMNT.
As to your comments on formations, I believe you are over-thinking the positioning and nomenclature. Teams naturally lose shape from their intended formation. Sometimes this is simply a cause and effect from their opponent's formation. Simply stated, pressure and space tend to result in on the field adjustments. Whether intended or not.
As an example, the diamond formation is often used to eat space. This cuts down on dribbling and passing lanes. Take a team like Portugal, who likely plays slanted to Ronaldo's (the left) side of the field. In this situation, I would an asymmetric heat map of where players occupied the field.
|13 weeks 1 day ago||Positions||
They play different positions
|14 weeks 4 days ago||No surprise||
Good luck to him.
|14 weeks 5 days ago||Agreed||
Interesting read over at grantland about the usmnt.
|17 weeks 5 days ago||Great news||
Pumped. More and more soccer in TV.
|18 weeks 4 days ago||Too late||
urban just signed him.
|20 weeks 4 hours ago||Finally...||
Bagels and Cream Cheese!
|22 weeks 2 days ago||Okay whatever... You can go away now||
BlueNation... Who says that?
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Disagree||
At least in CA, this is legal. People often assume it is illegal, so I assume this is the case with your statement.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||Mistake||
The kid clearly has made a mistake. I'm not condoning what allegedly happened. I asking you whether he was just unlucky?
|25 weeks 4 days ago||Go blue||
Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan
|25 weeks 6 days ago||PolkaDot||
Has always been a good Riesling
|25 weeks 6 days ago||Just poured myself one||
Now I need a new bottle!
|27 weeks 5 days ago||Loyalty programs||
Why not consider the opposite?
|28 weeks 1 hour ago||Gloom=vlookup||
Good 'ol iPhone
|28 weeks 1 hour ago||Index-match||
Time to graduate to index-match.