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|13 weeks 2 days ago||Drinking in Sedona Az. So||
Drinking in Sedona Az. So many milfs
|15 weeks 1 hour ago||It looks like Nebraska went||
It looks like Nebraska went on a mad dash to fill 12 spots since the start of the new year. Are their commits quality players? It looks like they took commitments from across the entire country.
|15 weeks 2 days ago||Their defensive coordinator,||
Their defensive coordinator, Manny Diaz, was supposed to be the greatest thing since canned beer. talk about a disappointment.
|15 weeks 2 days ago||This sounds like a major||
This sounds like a major problem for the university.
|16 weeks 4 days ago||The humiliation is enough to||
The humiliation is enough to drive a person to suicide. He would have received better treatment by the media for a DUI or drug offense. I feel bad for the guy.
|18 weeks 10 hours ago||Buy your ticket on a Tuesday||
Buy your ticket on a Tuesday afternoon. I've had good success with that idea in the past.
|18 weeks 5 days ago||I heard stories from a||
I heard stories from a retired teacher in the Metro-Detroit area that had a star basketball recruit (B1G school) in his math class. As a result of his failing math grades, the kid could not play in his high school's sold out game. The principal pulled the teacher aside and told him to pass the kid, no questions asked, or it was the teacher that would have a boot up his ass. Teacher passed the lazy recruit as a result.
At the same school, the same teacher told me stories of these big time student athletes having the smart kids take their SAT/ACTs for them. The recruits would sit down, walk out, and be replaced by the brain children. All of it happened in 1990s. Cool story, thanks, bye.
|19 weeks 5 hours ago||I didn't renew my ESPN||
I didn't renew my ESPN membership because everything gets posted on this site hours after it's released on ESPN. I'm starting to greatly dislike these paysites and their 'schocking' headlines to get clicks. I'm beginning to see the darkside in all of these paysites; hounding 16 and 17 year old boys and generating profits off their statements. These kids can't even see what's being written about them! I remember one recruit having to ask a writer on Twitter permission to see an article written about him. These pay sites are just another hugely unethical part of college football.
Now that my rant is over, when is Larue visiting?
|19 weeks 5 days ago||Notre Dame 2010. I was there||
Notre Dame 2010. I was there with my buddy. We kept saying he was due to break one for the distance and sure enough, next play he busts a run for 87 yards and the crowd goes completely silent.
|19 weeks 6 days ago||Just like Gruden said, we||
Just like Gruden said, we blitzed because we don't have elite pass rushers. Jibreel Black had a shot to probably end the game but couldn't wrap up the qb.
|20 weeks 1 day ago||Dennis Nedry.||
|23 weeks 4 hours ago||I've been receiving personal||
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|23 weeks 7 hours ago||I'm a member at the Plymouth||
I'm a member at the Plymouth location. The sessions are the defintion of an ass kicking.
|23 weeks 6 days ago||Let's be realists for a||
Let's be realists for a moment....It's not about football and student athletes anymore. It's about tv contracts and bowl commissioners getting their massive bonuses.
|23 weeks 6 days ago||Is this some kind of April||
Is this some kind of April Fools joke?
|24 weeks 1 day ago||I don't understand the||
I don't understand the optimism. Please name one top-20 defense where Michigan effectively moved the football on offense. A weak interior offensive line is bad news.
|24 weeks 2 days ago||Ok State and Baylor time. I||
Ok State and Baylor time. I don't know what the over is but I'll take it.
|24 weeks 5 days ago||Florida State's defensive||
Florida State's defensive coordinator left for Kentucky so the recruitment of Mcquay might not be over.
|24 weeks 6 days ago||It sucks and I wish him well||
It sucks and I wish him well but this opens another spot for the class. Hopefully we can pick up another offensive lineman such as Kenny Lacy or Cameron Hunt. We desperately need depth on the o- line.
|25 weeks 1 day ago||Things more productive than||
Things more productive than the second half against OSU:
- Slamming my fist in a drawer.
- Walking into oncoming traffic.
- Eating cat poop.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||Fire Borges? GTFO. The||
Fire Borges? GTFO. The interior oline is weak. Incredibly weak. That's the problem.
|26 weeks 1 day ago||This week on the Journey: My||
This week on the Journey: My coach is a gopher and I would like some cheese with my wine.
|26 weeks 1 day ago||(No subject)||
|27 weeks 1 day ago||Here's the problem: 1.||
Here's the problem:
1. Students are too busy drinking before the game. The last of them walk in with 8:00 minutes left in the second quarter.
2. They don't sit in their assigned seats. The majority of them pile down toward the field, which makes life awful for the students with good seats.
|27 weeks 2 days ago||That lineman on the punt unit||
That lineman on the punt unit for 'Bama just lost his scholarship.
|29 weeks 6 days ago||Manny Diaz was supposed to be||
Manny Diaz was supposed to be the greatest thing since canned beer. What the hell happened?
|32 weeks 3 days ago||(No subject)|
|32 weeks 4 days ago||Nebraska's offensive line||
Nebraska's offensive line took total control of the game against Wisconsin in the second half. Defintely something to be concerned about.
|32 weeks 5 days ago||This is great. Thanks for||
This is great. No other sport captures passion like college football.
|34 weeks 10 hours ago||It's the offense. Under Rich||
It's the offense. Under Rich Rod, the offense utilized a lot of swing, screens and curl routes that were never deeper than ten yards. basically the receivers would spread the defense out creating a wide open window to throw.