i would find this more credible if it was about Tom Crean
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|1 day 12 hours ago||Weekly?||
How about every other week?
|1 day 12 hours ago||So,||
you're sticking with this weekly idea, are you?
|1 day 12 hours ago||How often should we paint it?||
|1 day 13 hours ago||Three digit numbers||
Since my hexadecimal solution is gaining no traction, let me try three digit numbers. The NFL already does this with their officials. Instead of having numbers go from 1 to 99, go from 1 to 199. In business, if your solution was to identify 105 players using 100 numbers, you'd get laughed out of the room. It's only because of history and tradition (not bad things) that we keep trying to shoehorn 105 players into 95 (because of retired numbers) numbers. Linemen can easily fit another number on their uniforms, especially if it's a slim "1". Are the Yankees laughed at because they put numbers on their uniforms way back in the day? Heck no. Is the Michigan football team laughed at because they put wings and stripes on our helmets? Definitely not. So let's be leaders and best and drag college football into a future of 3 digit numbers. Just think of all the great numbers we can retire with the extra numbers now available. #7 goes to Rick Leach and #41 goes to Rob Lytle. Some stud QB comes in and he wants the #7? Think how cool he'll look rocking the #107. OK, maybe not.
|1 day 14 hours ago||Kentucky||
By all accounts, they have 9 future NBA players on their roster. If all 9 declare, he probably won't sign with them because there'll be no one else on the roster to work with. If 0 declare, he won't go there because he won't get a lot of playing time. So what we have to hope for is that Kentucky has <2 or >7 players declare for the draft. I'm only half-joking.
|5 days 10 hours ago||Say Yes to Michigan||
My dad worked on that campaign many years ago. As a result, I know that Michigan produces some of the best soy-based products in the world. Michigan also has cherries and wines from the Paw Paw region.
My serious response would be, the four seasons. I miss winter, spring and fall, I just don't miss the length of the Michigan winter. Don't try to convince your wife when it's 80 in AZ and 10 in Michigan. Wait until August when it's 130 in AZ. But it's a dry heat, I know, I know...
|5 days 14 hours ago||When I die||
I'm giving $200 to all MGoMembers who upvote this post. Just leave your bank account info in the comments so my estate can wire you the money.
|5 days 17 hours ago||What a||
|1 week 14 hours ago||Utah?||
I think it was the Utah game. I remember us playing a team with a secondary that was composed of mostly 5'10" guys, and they knew they weren't going to be able to compete with Funchess for the ball, so they focused on his ribs. As soon as he touched the ball, he was getting hammered by their DBs.
|1 week 14 hours ago||That's just crazy talk.||
But I bet they said the same thing to the first guy who said put numbers on the jerseys, or wings and stripes on helmets.
Both O's and 0's wouldn't be allowed due to confusion, just like with license plates. I'd scrap Z's since they look like 2's, but #ZZ would be awesome.
|1 week 16 hours ago||genetics?||
It was a prison colony for the British.
|1 week 16 hours ago||two digits and 85 roster spots||
Hexadecimal numbers solves that problem. Just saying.
|1 week 16 hours ago||Fisher||
and he's been at SDSU for a long time with no hint of any further impropriety to my knowledge. He messed up at UofM, but he appears to have learned his lesson unlike Calipari.
|1 week 16 hours ago||Jay Bilas agrees||
but Jay Bilas is an ass-hat.
|1 week 1 day ago||Raytheon?||
I'd go with another defense contractor, rhymes with, "Schmoeing."
|1 week 1 day ago||That explains||
his injury last year.
/shot at Lockheed
/not directed at Jabrill in anyway
|1 week 1 day ago||Is that Brian?||
I didn't recognize him sans hockey sweater.
|1 week 4 days ago||Brookens||
My brother's fantasy baseball team name a few years ago was "Brookens Institute." Still one of my favorites (player and team name, just to be clear.)
|1 week 4 days ago||His premise||
as far as I can tell, is that the NCAA did something good in 2013, but then stopped doing that this season. So, if that's the case, did they kill it by not doing anything from 2002 to 2012? And then they accidentally unkilled it and then killed it again? Seems like he's just complaining about the NCAA, which I'm totally fine with, but like others have pointed out, a 2 point drop in scoring over 40 minutes doesn't seem like something we should be getting upset about.
Maybe it was a focus on analytics that killed scoring and not the NCAA. Maybe coaches realized that a faster pace leads to more turnovers and worse offensive efficiency. Or that transition defense was more valuable than going after second chance points.
|1 week 4 days ago||Absolutely horribly written article||
The title is, "The Clampdown: How the NCAA Accidentally Killed Scoring in Men’s College Basketball." So I thought I'd be reading an article about how the NCAA killed scoring. I certainly didn't see a hypothesis in the first few paragraphs, and after that, the writing was so poor I started skimming, so maybe I missed it in all that blather. Maybe I was pre-conditioned by Brian's post to be skeptical of claims that scoring has been killed, but man, I just didn't see any explanation of how the NCAA killed scoring.
|1 week 4 days ago||We'll know we've arrived||
when we can pay for car repairs with MGoPoints. We really should be able to do that.
|1 week 4 days ago||Still morning for some of us,||
but bang away
|1 week 4 days ago||No /s needed||
Heiko M.D. would cover Mattison and Heiko Ph.D. would cover the other press conference.
|1 week 5 days ago||Ermehgerd||
Ged dem it, just kess end mek up already. Fergedsakes, we're all on the same side! Ge Blue!
|1 week 5 days ago||Meh||
I checked the TV schedule and found the Tru TV channel, but I have no interest in any of the games today. I'm not sure I care about any tomorrow, either. Yeah, I could tune in to root for State and Staee to lose, but I've got better things to do. I didn't even fill out a bracket, but I stopped doing that years ago, for the same reason I don't play the lottery.
|1 week 6 days ago||worst sports injury||
I lost three teeth playing badminton in 7th grade gym class. I'm not sure that qualifies as a sport. My most recent sports injury involves taking a softball to the shin for the third time in three weeks. I'm going to have to invest in some shin guards. As if that wasn't bad enough, I was playing CF later in the game and crashed into the SS going for a pop-up. His cleat gashed my already damaged shin.
My wife has torn two calf muscles playing badminton and broke a bone in her foot playing beach volleyball.
|1 week 6 days ago||In one word:||
|1 week 6 days ago||starting point||
I think if you start further back, it makes the kicking game more important. I'd rather let the players decide the matter. You either get the TD or settle for the makeable FG. If both teams get stopped from the 30 or 35, whoever has the better kicker wins. I'd rather the better team wins and that's more likely to be determined under the existing college rules.
|1 week 6 days ago||OT||
They should just adopt the college game's OT rules.
|1 week 6 days ago||My only concern||
Is that Rudock was in danger of losing his job to this guy: