"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
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|1 week 4 days ago||Wow, Deep take millennial Tom||
Wow, Deep take millennial Tom Friedman, you're so wise. It's so amazing how nobody has ever noticed before that young people like buying prestige products and that they believe they can see through marketing. Nobody in the history of retail has ever taken advantage of that.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||A total collapse of cable||
A total collapse of cable just means that content producers that have ad friendly products like sports will hold out for more network money. They won't just keep doing what they're doing now and making the product available everywhere. Ultimately the only thing that will be hurt is consumer choice, which is hilarious.
|8 weeks 4 days ago||You're right. they also do||
You're right. they also do one of two clap cadence cheers.
|8 weeks 4 days ago||Yes, shout "you suck" and||
Yes, shout "you suck" and jiggle your keys like a true American.
|8 weeks 4 days ago||I'd much rather people in the||
I'd much rather people in the US adopt those things for other sports because they're good and fun.
|10 weeks 3 days ago||Why do you even watch sports||
Why do you even watch sports when you so clearly have no idea what you're even looking at?
|12 weeks 5 days ago||The only reason anyone likes||
The only reason anyone likes the 1989 uniforms is because they're the 1989 uniforms. Using a logo in the spelling of a name is amateurish and terrible to begin with, but also using different fonts and offset sizes looks especially sloppy. And white block M's, really? Nobody would call that 'uniformz' if a modern design did it so prominently?
|15 weeks 23 hours ago||This blog already has its||
This blog already has its blow up where the proprietors banned anyone from making critical comments about them. Have we forgotten that already?
|15 weeks 23 hours ago||I don't understand why||
I don't understand why everyone is taking one sentence from the daily comparing it to The Victors as gospel truth. It sounds more like something to play when the lights go down for basketball intros or pregame football while the band is walking back around the field. They use modern music in these spots anyway, what would be so terrible about having something unique?
Even if this way of going about it seems self serving.
|15 weeks 23 hours ago||Yeah, just keep playing Seven||
Yeah, just keep playing Seven Nation Army on repeat instead.
Seems like the daily missed the point of what this song would be for. I mean, I get the whole "no piped in music anywhere at all ever" thing, but if it's going to happen, having something that isn't jock jams and isn't In the Big House isn't the worst idea ever.
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|16 weeks 2 days ago||Except you're the only one||
Except you're the only one engaging in class warfare by describing college students and the mostly young population downtown as 'rich.' The fact that there are actually people like you out there who think it's a mistake to invest in the only area of Detroit that's actually adding population in 40 years is such a huge problem.
Cities need tax revenue to be functional. For that they need taxpayers. I'm sorry that you hate that. There's absolutely an argument to be made that the suburbs should contribute more to regional transit, but that's not remotely what you're saying.
|21 weeks 4 days ago||Your furry avatar is stupid,||
Your furry avatar is stupid, and "off sides" isn't a thing.
|23 weeks 8 hours ago||They don't care, they sold||
They don't care, they sold out their name and website for page-clicks and advertorials a while ago. Forbes "contributors" are little more than unpaid bloggers fishing for traffic.
|23 weeks 6 days ago||The problem isn't trading||
The problem isn't trading prospects, it's trading prospects for garbage. They just lost two of their only decent trading chips for a pitcher whose middling production they could get from basically anywhere else.
|24 weeks 1 day ago||The idea that 'NFL Executive'||
The idea that 'NFL Executive' is a position that requires moral respect is utterly hilarious.
|33 weeks 22 hours ago||I don't know why you're so||
I don't know why you're so passive aggressive about this not being allowed. There's plenty of evidence that your attitude being totally insufferable isn't delete-worthy.
|34 weeks 4 days ago||Do you have any thoughts that||
Do you have any thoughts that aren't milquetoast both-sides-do-it catchphrases? Just curious if there's ever a chance of you saying anything actually interesting.
|34 weeks 4 days ago||What are you rambling about.||
What are you rambling about. It's only politics if some sort of conspiracy theory payoff is involved? They're kindered spirits. It's not that complicated.
|45 weeks 4 days ago||Actually, it's more like||
Actually, it's more like people deploy 'zero' or 'nothing' depending on the situation. Which is frankly pretty stupid. Yes, we don't use it, but nil is objectively a better term.
|45 weeks 4 days ago||Way to lift your premise from||
Way to lift your premise from an ignorant and moronic Keith Olbermann rant.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Yes, because Ann Arbor||
Yes, because Ann Arbor and the area of Michigan where a large percentage of the student body hails from is located nowhere near franchises for all the major professional sports.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||Really? Especially ours?||
Come off it man.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||Get off my lawn.||
EDSBS has one of their "Michigan Man" posts joking about this subject, but judging by most of the comments here it's actually an entirely accurate analysis.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||Personally, the Maryland and Rutgers negativity is getting old.||
Get over it already. They might be struggling in sports at the moment, but Ann Arbor has far more in common with the urban schools of the east than the corn institutes you're all so fond of here. I'm sure most in the band wouldn't mind going out east to play for our fans there instead of a trip to Indiana.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||It's probably time to retire "you guys," you guys.||
When there are multiple instances every post, it's starting to get a little weird.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||This is the most obvious and accurate point.||
It's true in every single sports league, but of course there's apparently some typical unbearable mgosoldier marking every mention of this as trolling.
|1 year 46 weeks ago||Micro-transactions aren't that annoying.||
Nobody is trying to airline you, the game is 100% functional without that stuff. Paying extra money to cheat the game mechanics isn't nickle and diming you, it's letting people who want to buy something that isn't necessary to the game pay money for something they want to do. If you don't want to do that, don't buy it. You even pointed out that it's not necessary.
You were only disgusted because you're vaguley aware of all the Consumerist nonsense.
|1 year 47 weeks ago||You seem to be under impression the current online models hold.||
Which is entirely ridiculous. If more people cut the cord than get cable, online services will no longer be viewed as supplemental by content producers. That's what it is now. Supplemental additional income. They'll be monetized properly if and when they need to be, and the enitre cord cutting fad will suddenly seem less appealing.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||The Xbox will still support used games.||
While I'm sure they've been surprised by everyone suddenly being so enthusiastic about gamestop and the status-quo retail model that before a month ago was universally hated-- the digital distribution based system that the XB1 is going with still supports used games. They just require a company to be affiliated with their system in order to process the license changes. Assuming that the likes of Amazon and Paypal will be on board, the impact of that is minimal.