Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
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|2 years 46 weeks ago||11:20??? Betty Ford on line||
11:20??? Betty Ford on line 2... But there will be Stellas in the not-too-distant future.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||I can hear it now after a bad||
I can hear it now after a bad play by Michigan: [Insert melencholoy, dejected voice] "Oh, boy... here we go...."
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Does anyone know if Anthony||
Does anyone know if Anthony Zettle made the two-deep?
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Dang... the irony of my "my||
Dang... the irony of my "my time to shine" statement. Descent/Decent. And I'm an English teacher. Ugh...
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Woo-hoo! My time to shine.||
Woo-hoo! My time to shine. This should be more of an adoption question as opposed to a photography question. As the father of two beautiful adopted daughters from China, we ran into this situation with our youngest, who was brought home when she was three. My wife an I collectively read a dozen adoption books, and all of them suggest the following: Do NOT attempt to create/fabricate a history for adoptive children who are void of any visual history. The more appropriate response would be "I'm very sorry; we have no photos of you as a baby. Here's what you may have looked like." If she's African decent, show pictures of infant African decent infants, etc. Creating history sets a bad precedent and has the potential to blow up in the adoptive parents' face. Short of working with the adoption agency to find actual photos, honesty is the best route to follow. I highly suggest viewing the documentary "Somewhere in between." It deals with similar situations. Hope this helps.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||In terms of whether he flips||
In terms of whether he flips or not, I recall he flipped from Shrine HS to DeLasalle, so I guess it wouldn't be out of the question.
|2 years 47 weeks ago||High school baseball and||
High school baseball and softball allow the umpire to relagate someone (most of the time the coach) to the bench. He/She is not allowed to be seen off the bench or heard. If so the coach is then ejected. I'm unsure of the college rule, and I'm pretty sure MLB does not have a similar rule. As a 4-sport high school official, I really like how sportsmanship is handled. Basketball is by far the worst.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||I vaguely remembering a||
I vaguely remember a terrifying story dealing with a legendary U of M coach kicking to a future ND Heisman Trophy winner a second time after said WR ran one back earlier in the game. I still sometimes fall asleep to the sounds of my own screams thinking about that game.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||Chris Bryant was a 4* as I||
Chris Bryant was a 4* as I recall
|2 years 48 weeks ago||A guy I know who coaches||
A guy I know who coaches basketball at a local Catholic school who was also a tight end on the field at the time of "The Catch." He told me that he vividly remembers he and a couple other players hurting their necks because when the fans rushed the field, that were snatching the chin guards off players' helmets. I thought that was an interestig tidbit from history.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||Is this guy coming to the BBQ or not?||
|2 years 48 weeks ago||What's funny (and a tad||
What's funny (and a tad ironic) is Roby is slated to be one of three OSU players representing the football team at media day. I wonder if that'll change.