landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
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|4 years 13 weeks ago||Vermont||
Patrick Gym for the University of Vermont has to take the prize as the worst (they are technically d1, america east)
Pull out bleachers, no video screen. no nothing
|5 years 33 weeks ago||I got into engineering with a||
I got into engineering with a 3.7 in highschool and not even top quarter in my high school class so I dont have a clue how they judge people. I do know for ACT/SAT for engineering they don't look at writing scores.
|5 years 34 weeks ago||By rule no, in practice yes||
By rule it does not matting if the db turns or not and the db always has equal right to try and catch the ball, If he is not looking for the ball 99% of officals say then he is not going for the ball and any sort of contact is pass interference, if he does turn back to the ball then he might be going for it so in order to be guilty he must use clearly push off to gain an advantage at the ball, In this case it is the same as offencive pass interference, in theory the same rules go for the reciver but no offical he checks to see if he is looking for the ball as he almost always is.
|5 years 35 weeks ago||By law anyone with a trademark must defend the trademark||
By law anyone with a trademark must defend the trademark. If they do not then they lose the trademark, so the University must try and stop the sale of anything that might be trademark infingement by law, That is why the University will try and stop stuff that their might be a case of trademark infringement, other stuff is fear of NCAA and i can't really blame them on thatI