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11/25/2018 - 10:44am What makes you have that…

What makes you have that feeling?? He’s clearly the best DT we have. And I disagree that we’re paper thin at the position. We have Solomon, Dwumfour, Kemp, and Jeter at DT. DE is a bit thin since we have Paye, Hutchinson, and Uche. Also we have Hinton and Smith incoming for DT. For DE, we have a chance at closing for Harrison and Karlaftis (assuming the loss to OSU doesn’t change the calculus for Harrison and that Brohm leaves Louisville). Additionally, Villain is an X-factor. If he finally gets healthy, he is quite promising. 

11/25/2018 - 10:37am That’s the thing: he doesn’t…

That’s the thing: he doesn’t need an all-world QB to execute on the Stanford game plan. A QB at Shea’s level can pull it off; he’ll probably score less though. 

Your other point is the bigger one. 16 of 18 by OSU, and we as a fan base are going batshit over it. We’re placing the entirety of that 16/18 on Harbaugh’s shoulders, which is silly. He’s responsible for 4, no more, no less. 

The BPONE is alive and well for OSU, but I put this diary together in order to point out that we don’t have a tire fire program that will take drastic changes to get to OSU level. The DTs will be better next year (DE may be more of a tossup, but we have talent there). We’re getting more explosive athletes. And, even if we’re stuck with Pep, the offense will be better due to continued OL and WR development, along w/ the QB being more comfortable w/ the offense. 

 

11/25/2018 - 3:20am Yeah, I'm pretty sure #2 vs …

Yeah, I'm pretty sure #2 vs #3 in 2016 was bigger. 

The result today sucked. But it doesn't negate the other 11 games, and doesn't negate the fact that things are getting better. There definitely seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel. But we'll see. 

11/25/2018 - 3:13am I was saying that DTs should…

I was saying that DTs should be better. But yeah, DE could be a trouble spot w/ only Paye and maybe Uche. Vilain is always hurt, though Hutchinson did seem very promising. But then again, the DE position has always been strong since Mattison has been here. 

09/30/2018 - 6:14pm If only upvotes still…

If only upvotes still existed...

09/29/2018 - 8:18pm The entire opening sequence …

The entire opening sequence (the scripted plays) were mostly quick passes. The story was that they were NOT feeding Higdon. Things only turned around when they actually started running to set up the pass again. 

09/16/2018 - 10:33pm So even NFL O-Lines can…

So even NFL O-Lines can struggle mightily with stunts....

11/10/2017 - 9:16pm Then Why Should We Spend Extra Time in Ohio?

If that is how Tressel completely fucked us in Ohio, it seems like all of the OH HS coaches went right along with it and completely locked us out of all the talent. Aside from the fact that they intentionally limited their athletes' choices, they completely ignored the relationships that were built that up to that point. As you said, Michigan had hit OH hard for decades under Bo, Mo, and Lloyd. So obviously they built great relationships with all of the HS coaches that spanned years and years. However, as soon as Tressel came along, all of the HS coaches abandoned those relationships and locked us out. So, my question, why should we invest so much time and effort into OH when it's clear that the OH HS coaches don't give a rat's ass about whatever relationship/effort we put in? In fact, it sounds like Harbaugh's approach is going to insulate us from a Tressel situation going forward - the geographical diversity of recruits makes it harder for any one program to fuck us. 

I say stay the course - OSU will get its fill, and then us and MSU gets the tablescraps from the state of Ohio. I think the only way this changes meaningfully is if we become dominant again and start winning big games. Then we come into OH and compete. Honestly, as long as OSU has Meyer there, I think our recruiting in OH will pretty much be their recruiting in MI. When the program is down, we'll get to take some top recruits. And when it's great, we're SOL. 

10/22/2017 - 2:11pm I Hope You Don't Go

Hey MichiganMan14! I personally, and I know many other posters, appreciate your contributions. You have experience playing D1 football at a major program and you understand the difference between youth struggles and coaching malpractice. You and Reader71 are the posters I follow the most. 

I appreciate your input, and I was wondering your thoughts on these observations:

1. The line is getting better at run blocking and marginally improving in pass blocking (7 sacks I know, but they do look better than they did against Purdue and MSU). They just need to gain more experience and get a better RT. 

2. The running plan seems to be gap blocking as a base, with IZ as constraints - this makes sense and seems like the best approach

3. The passing game is a complete tire fire, and I'm not sure that it's all on O'Korn's shoulders. The plays are simplistic in design, long-developing, and lack the elegance/intelligence that create free yards and easy completions on off-schedule throws. 

4. Additionally, the receivers are not getting much separation, but I don't know that they are being put in a place to succeed. 

5. It sounds like all the pass plays are designed, coached, and implemented by Pep, with some input from Drev. And then those plays are essentially menu options for Drev to call; he's not the primary designer.  

6. The running backs keep blowing pass blocking assignments, and they don't seem to be utilitzed as well as they could/should be in the pass game - I'd say, again, this is mostly on Pep for his mediocre play designs, but also a bit on Drev for not using common sense on this.

Conclusions:

1. Pep needs to go. He's been a complete disaster for this team. 

2. Drev doesn't inspire a ton of confidence, but if you accept that the pass plays are simply menu items for him that were designed by Pep, it makes more sense on why the pass play calls leave so much to be desired (though PA on 4th and 11...yeah). I wouldn't be broken up if Drev is shit canned, but I think there may be a case to give him another year, or, at the very least, keep him as interior OL coach. 

3. This running back rotation nonsense is really starting to grate - it didn't happen much with Wheatley in charge, so I have to assume that JayBaugh is responsible. Additionally, the pass blocking leaves so much to be desired, which I again put on coaching for putting guys who can't block in the game, or not teaching the techniques soundly. 

4. QB play needs to improve - I think it's something that is in a good place w/ Harbaugh in charge. The guy has a great track record, and I fully trust him to fix it. 

Actions:

1. Shit can Pep

2. Move JayBaugh to ST and bring in Mike Hart or someone at that level to coach RB

3. Bring in a dedicated WR coach who can design a more lethal passing game that plays to the strengths of the QB and the WRs. If this guy needs to be an OC, then demote Drev and keep him as run game coordinator and have him coach the interior OL.

4. *Optional* If Harbaugh demotes Drev, and he doesn't accept it and leaves, I'd say bring in Greg Roman to coach the interior OL. 

What say you?

10/22/2017 - 2:44am Are You High?

The team he took over won the Rose Bowl the year before their 6-7 season. Jim Tressel built that program into a monster; there was a one season speed bump w/ Fickel, and then Meyer came. You are completely dense if you don't realize that fucking team was LOADED. 

10/22/2017 - 2:44am Are You High?

The team he took over won the Rose Bowl the year before their 6-7 season. Jim Tressel built that program into a monster; there was a one season speed bump w/ Fickel, and then Meyer came. You are completely dense if you don't realize that fucking team was LOADED. 

10/16/2017 - 2:04am LOL

Are you high?? You're telling me we lost to Toledo? Got blown out on the regular by any decent team? I guess I missed that we needed a goal line stand to beat....Akron?! 

Yeah...I'd suggest you quit drinking and go to bed. 

10/15/2017 - 1:18pm Just Stop

Enough with "other schools have young QBs playing great!" line. It's a simplistic observation that offers no context or analysis. "Josh Jackson is GREAT!" the dude plays in a simplistic read-option offense where he looks at the sideline every fucking play to get the call and he only has 1-2 reads and just takes off. It looks great against the overmatched and gets waxed by anyone with a pulse. 

"Sam Darnold!!" Sam Darnold had a stud WR (Juju Smith), a stud RB (Ronald Jones) and a veteran O-Line last year. This year, he got Jones back, but the other pieces left and now he has been STRUGGLING all year (4:3 TD:Int Ratio).

"Jacob Fromm!!" I love this one! This guy has two elite, bellcow running backs and only throws ~20 passes a game for 100 - 150 ypg. 

In conclusion: When a young QB gets the start and plays well, there are usually elite RBs, WRs, and O-lines (or at least 2/3). Michigan does not have any of these things (though Higdon and the O-line were VERY good today). 

Michigan runs a complex, pro-style offense with multiple formations, reads, checks, and so forth. The reason they do this is because when this offense is executed properly, it is an absolute nightmare for college defenses to stop. But the drawback is that, yes, it takes a long time to install and learn. And JH clearly has made the decision to not simplify things any more than he already has. This is similar to Don Brown saying that he isn't just going to lay down and be in Quarters coverage because it's easy to learn; he'd rather die. And I agree with this sentiment. Crafting an overly simplified scheme that goes against what the coaches want is simply bolstering up short term gains that don't mean much (do you really think that approach is going to get us to the B1G Championship and National Title?) by sacrificing long term offensive development and stability. You want this young team to keep increasing their capabilities within Jim's offensive system. And that means yes, 2017 may in fact be a developmental year rather than a contending year. But this developmental year is setting up better years to come, and it will still be better than ANY Rich Rod year and better than 3/4 Hoke years. 

Seriously, this blog has turned into a fucking cesspool the last week with all these know-nothing, arm chair coaches acting like they're Bill Belichick. If you idiots want to live through 2008-2014 again, by all means, demand changes willy-nilly with no thought and a rudimentary understanding of the facts. Us sane people will understand that there are no easy fixes, and will continue deferring to a coach who has literally turned chicken shit into chicken salad EVERYWHERE he has gone. 

10/15/2017 - 12:45pm Didn't Make That Leap

When I read "ancestors" I read it as "ALL ancestors". But this makes sense...I don't think Washington killed babies :) 

10/15/2017 - 12:44pm Ah Yes

But I figured that it's all good since Tyrone Wheatley Sr housed them and then their program imploded.

10/15/2017 - 3:00am Hoping For the Best

I'm definitely not suggesting we concede games, but I am managing my expectations a bit more than I did at the beginning of the year. We just gotta hope that O'Korn can marginally improve to wear he's reading 2 routes per pass play instead of 1. That alone will probably markedly improve the pass offense. 

10/15/2017 - 2:55am Different Situations

Ideally, yes. I'd love to have the Fromm approach, but we don't have the Georgia WRs or Nick Chubb and Sonny Michele. I don't know that it's a viable strategy for Michigan. Which is why I don't think it'll work to throw Peters in there. 

Also, I'm 100% sure that Harbaugh's scheme is more complex than Kirby Smart's. Given the O'Korn vs Speight results, I have to believe that if JH believed that Peters was the best option, he'd be playing. Sam was saying Peters mostly fell behind in fall camp because they added a lot more to his plate and he couldn't handle it very well. I don't know how much that has changed 6 games into the season. 

10/15/2017 - 2:37am I'll Be That Guy

If he hung WD's ancestors...how is WD here? I'm quite fond of WD; he was instrumental in getting rid of Brandon, which paved the way for IT'S HAPPENING!!

10/15/2017 - 2:35am Remind me

Why do we hate them again? 

10/15/2017 - 2:33am Let Me Help You Out

He brought up his point because this is a thread praising Higdon, and your post reads as "sure Karan's great, but AJ DILLON!!!", which comes across as you passively aggressively dissing our guy and bitching about how we couldn't keep some other guy. 

As for why Sparty drops "Wal-Mart" Wolverine is because they subconciously accept that they are a second tier, regional program that no one would have a reason to follow/be a fan of unless they have some sort of direct and/or familial connection to MSU. They're just too stupid to realize that they're making fun of themselves everytime they use that one, which is...par for the course I would say. 

10/15/2017 - 2:19am I Don't Know

Given all that's happened this year, I am really starting to appreciate how difficult it can be to consistently win day in and day out against teams you are better than. Skullduggery hits college football at such a high clip, and giants regularly fall because of that. 

10/15/2017 - 2:16am To Be Fair

That play was like Denard to Junior Hemingway in the Sugar Bowl in 2011. I don't think either of them thought it was going down like that.

10/15/2017 - 12:48am Dude....

The O-line recruiting woes have been highlighted, documented, and, frankly, beaten to death already. Tl;dr: It was a mess when JH got here and it takes time and patience to fix. 

Finally, enough with "other schools have young QBs playing great!" line. It's a simplistic observation that offers no context or analysis. "Josh Jackson is GREAT!" the dude plays in a simplistic read-option offense where he looks at the sideline every fucking play to get the call and he only has 1-2 reads and just takes off. It looks great against the overmatched and gets waxed by anyone with a pulse. 

"Sam Darnold!!" Sam Darnold had a stud WR (Juju Smith), a stud RB (Ronald Jones) and a veteran O-Line last year. This year, he got Jones back, but the other pieces left and now he has been STRUGGLING all year (4:3 TD:Int Ratio).

"Jacob Fromm!!" I love this one! This guy has two elite, bellcow running backs and only throws ~20 passes a game for 100 - 150 ypg. 

In conclusion: When a young QB gets the start and plays well, there are usually elite RBs, WRs, and O-lines (or at least 2/3). Michigan does not have any of these things (though Higdon and the O-line were VERY good today). 

Michigan runs a complex, pro-style offense with multiple formations, reads, checks, and so forth. The reason they do this is because when this offense is executed properly, it is an absolute nightmare for college defenses to stop. But the drawback is that, yes, it takes a long time to install and learn. And JH clearly has made the decision to not simplify things any more than he already has. This is similar to Don Brown saying that he isn't just going to lay down and be in Quarters coverage because it's easy to learn; he'd rather die. And I agree with this sentiment. Crafting an overly simplified scheme that goes against what the coaches want is simply bolstering up short term gains that don't mean much (do you really think that approach is going to get us to the B1G Championship and National Title?) by sacrificing long term offensive development and stability. You want this young team to keep increasing their capabilities within Jim's offensive system. And that means yes, 2017 may in fact be a developmental year rather than a contending year. But this developmental year is setting up better years to come, and it will still be better than ANY Rich Rod year and better than 3/4 Hoke years. 

The ship will be righted, and that is quite the achievement given 2008-2014. Let's understand that there are no easy fixes, but continue deferring to a coach who has literally turned chicken shit into chicken salad EVERYWHERE he has gone. 

10/14/2017 - 10:20pm FFS

Are you actually suggesting that JH, a Pro Bowl NFL QB and an elite QB coach, is NOT telling and coaching these guys to go through progressions and get to checkdowns?! The fact that it isn't happening tells me the players just don't have the mental makeup to get it done. And, unfortunately, there are no viable alternatives. 

Finally, enough with "other schools have young QBs playing great!" line. It's a simplistic observation that offers no context or analysis. "Josh Jackson is GREAT!" the dude plays in a simplistic read-option offense where he looks at the sideline every fucking play to get the call and he only has 1-2 reads and just takes off. It looks great against the overmatched and gets waxed by anyone with a pulse. 

"Sam Darnold!!" Sam Darnold had a stud WR (Juju Smith), a stud RB (Ronald Jones) and a veteran O-Line last year. This year, he got Jones back, but the other pieces left and now he has been STRUGGLING all year (4:3 TD:Int Ratio).

"Jacob Fromm!!" I love this one! This guy has two elite, bellcow running backs and only throws ~20 passes a game for 100 - 150 ypg. 

In conclusion: When a young QB gets the start and plays well, there are usually elite RBs, WRs, and O-lines (or at least 2/3). Michigan does not have any of these things (though Higdon and the O-line were VERY good today). 

Michigan runs a complex, pro-style offense with multiple formations, reads, checks, and so forth. The reason they do this is because when this offense is executed properly, it is an absolute nightmare for college defenses to stop. But the drawback is that, yes, it takes a long time to install and learn. And JH clearly has made the decision to not simplify things any more than he already has. This is similar to Don Brown saying that he isn't just going to lay down and be in Quarters coverage because it's easy to learn; he'd rather die. And I agree with this sentiment. Crafting an overly simplified scheme that goes against what the coaches want is simply bolstering up short term gains that don't mean much (do you really think that approach is going to get us to the B1G Championship and National Title?) by sacrificing long term offensive development and stability. You want this young team to keep increasing their capabilities within Jim's offensive system. And that means yes, 2017 may in fact be a developmental year rather than a contending year. But this developmental year is setting up better years to come, and it will still be better than ANY Rich Rod year and better than 3/4 Hoke years. 

Seriously, this blog has turned into a fucking cesspool the last week with all these know-nothing, arm chair coaches acting like they're Bill Belichick. If you idiots want to live through 2008-2014 again, by all means, demand changes willy-nilly with no thought and a rudimentary understanding of the facts. Us sane people will understand that there are no easy fixes, and will continue deferring to a coach who has literally turned chicken shit into chicken salad EVERYWHERE he has gone. 

10/14/2017 - 10:07pm Thank You WD

Giving you shit is some sort of weird pass-time for some of the other members. But I for one agree with MichiganMan14. And I would I would like to thank you for your part in bringing Jim Harbaugh home. If it wasn't for you bringing down Dave Brandon, there is no chance that JH would've come home. So thank you WD!

10/14/2017 - 10:01pm FFS

Please tell me you're joking...

The O-line recruiting woes have been highlighted, documented, and, frankly, beaten to death already. Tl;dr: It was a mess when JH got here and it takes time and patience to fix. 

And are you actually suggesting that JH, a Pro Bowl NFL QB and an elite QB coach, is NOT telling and coaching these guys to go through progressions and get to checkdowns?! The fact that it isn't happening tells me the players just don't have the mental makeup to get it done. And, unfortunately, there are no viable alternatives. 

Finally, enough with "other schools have young QBs playing great!" line. It's a simplistic observation that offers no context or analysis. "Josh Jackson is GREAT!" the dude plays in a simplistic read-option offense where he looks at the sideline every fucking play to get the call and he only has 1-2 reads and just takes off. It looks great against the overmatched and gets waxed by anyone with a pulse. 

"Sam Darnold!!" Sam Darnold had a stud WR (Juju Smith), a stud RB (Ronald Jones) and a veteran O-Line last year. This year, he got Jones back, but the other pieces left and now he has been STRUGGLING all year (4:3 TD:Int Ratio).

"Jacob Fromm!!" I love this one! This guy has two elite, bellcow running backs and only throws ~20 passes a game for 100 - 150 ypg. 

In conclusion: When a young QB gets the start and plays well, there are usually elite RBs, WRs, and O-lines (or at least 2/3). Michigan does not have any of these things (though Higdon and the O-line were VERY good today). 

Michigan runs a complex, pro-style offense with multiple formations, reads, checks, and so forth. The reason they do this is because when this offense is executed properly, it is an absolute nightmare for college defenses to stop. But the drawback is that, yes, it takes a long time to install and learn. And JH clearly has made the decision to not simplify things any more than he already has. This is similar to Don Brown saying that he isn't just going to lay down and be in Quarters coverage because it's easy to learn; he'd rather die. And I agree with this sentiment. Crafting an overly simplified scheme that goes against what the coaches want is simply bolstering up short term gains that don't mean much (do you really think that approach is going to get us to the B1G Championship and National Title?) by sacrificing long term offensive development and stability. You want this young team to keep increasing their capabilities within Jim's offensive system. And that means yes, 2017 may in fact be a developmental year rather than a contending year. But this developmental year is setting up better years to come, and it will still be better than ANY Rich Rod year and better than 3/4 Hoke years. 

Seriously, this blog has turned into a fucking cesspool the last week with all these know-nothing, arm chair coaches acting like they're Bill Belichick. If you idiots want to live through 2008-2014 again, by all means, demand changes willy-nilly with no thought and a rudimentary understanding of the facts. Us sane people will understand that there are no easy fixes, and will continue deferring to a coach who has literally turned chicken shit into chicken salad EVERYWHERE he has gone. 

10/14/2017 - 9:36pm Tsk Tsk Vlad

You're losing your touch! Have you stopped paying your cyber ops team? I know that gas money can only go to so many places.

10/14/2017 - 9:33pm Huh?!

The D Line has annhilated everyone we've played thiss year. I would say that the "bad OL" we've faced has made quite the difference.

10/14/2017 - 9:10pm FFS

"There are teams that are younger than ours that manage a MUCH better O-line and offense in general". 

I would LOVE for you to back up that bullshit with an example (I'll wait; just FYI we are the YOUNGEST team in the nation this year).

The O-line recruiting woes have been highlighted, documented, and, frankly, beaten to death already. Tl;dr: It was a mess when JH got here and it takes time and patience to fix. 

And are you actually suggesting that JH, a Pro Bowl NFL QB and an elite QB coach, is NOT telling and coaching these guys to go through progressions and get to checkdowns?! The fact that it isn't happening tells me the players just don't have the mental makeup to get it done. And, unfortunately, there are no viable alternatives. 

Finally, enough with "other schools have young QBs playing great!" line. It's a simplistic observation that offers no context or analysis. "Josh Jackson is GREAT!" the dude plays in a simplistic read-option offense where he looks at the sideline every fucking play to get the call and he only has 1-2 reads and just takes off. It looks great against the overmatched and gets waxed by anyone with a pulse. 

"Sam Darnold!!" Sam Darnold had a stud WR (Juju Smith), a stud RB (Ronald Jones) and a veteran O-Line last year. This year, he got Jones back, but the other pieces left and now he has been STRUGGLING all year (4:3 TD:Int Ratio).

"Jacob Fromm!!" I love this one! This guy has two elite, bellcow running backs and only throws ~20 passes a game for 100 - 150 ypg. 

In conclusion: When a young QB gets the start and plays well, there are usually elite RBs, WRs, and O-lines (or at least 2/3). Michigan does not have any of these things (though Higdon and the O-line were VERY good today). 

Michigan runs a complex, pro-style offense with multiple formations, reads, checks, and so forth. The reason they do this is because when this offense is executed properly, it is an absolute nightmare for college defenses to stop. But the drawback is that, yes, it takes a long time to install and learn. And JH clearly has made the decision to not simplify things any more than he already has. This is similar to Don Brown saying that he isn't just going to lay down and be in Quarters coverage because it's easy to learn; he'd rather die. And I agree with this sentiment. Crafting an overly simplified scheme that goes against what the coaches want is simply bolstering up short term gains that don't mean much (do you really think that approach is going to get us to the B1G Championship and National Title?) by sacrificing long term offensive development and stability. You want this young team to keep increasing their capabilities within Jim's offensive system. And that means yes, 2017 may in fact be a developmental year rather than a contending year. But this developmental year is setting up better years to come, and it will still be better than ANY Rich Rod year and better than 3/4 Hoke years. 

Seriously, this blog has turned into a fucking cesspool the last week with all these know-nothing, arm chair coaches acting like they're Bill Belichick. If you idiots want to live through 2008-2014 again, by all means, demand changes willy-nilly with no thought and a rudimentary understanding of the facts. Us sane people will understand that there are no easy fixes, and will continue deferring to a coach who has literally turned chicken shit into chicken salad EVERYWHERE he has gone. 

08/03/2017 - 10:10pm Agreed - Plus one

Sinsoftheschafer has a solid list. The only thing I would add - after hanging out at GG park, saunter on over to El Burrito Express at 26th Ave and Taraval for lunch / dinner. In my opinion, best burrito in the city, and I have tried MANY. 

02/22/2017 - 9:17pm Agreed

My thoughts exactly. 

02/22/2017 - 6:29pm Oh I Agree

I bring this up because this little anecdote definitively proves that Yoder is either a moron or a fraud. 

02/22/2017 - 5:45pm Yoder Didn't Know What Escrow Was???

Is this for real? This dude runs a media company and has apparently performed major fund raises/deals. As far as I know, most major deals have an escrow period - at my old investment bank, once an M&A deal was agreed to in principal and entered into close, both parties would wire our fees to an escrow account. Following the execution of the final closing docs, the funds from the escrow account were released to us. From what I understand, escrow is standard operating procedure when finalizing deals - it forces all parties to put skin in the game and therefore promotes substantive negotiations over a reasonable time frame. 

It's even more stupid that he said it was "convenient" that the lawyer's email contained the word "escrow" in it. Even if Yoder's dumbass didn't know what escrow was, any corporate lawyer worth his or her salt knows what escrow is. 

02/11/2017 - 10:55pm Not So Much About C#

The story was funny to me because she kept inserting "The" in front of everything, and then concluded by saying she went to "The" OSU. Stereotype confirmed.

02/11/2017 - 10:50pm LOL

I'm not making fun of her for not knowing what C# is (the only reason I know it is because I'm surrounded by geeks here in the Bay); I'm making fun of her (actually, whoever sent my buddy this story is) because she puts "The" in front of things for no reason. Notice the bolded letters in the post? Reading and playing skool isn't a thing for bucknuts I suppose.

02/11/2017 - 7:39pm Perhaps I've Lived in the Bay Too Long

Being surrounded by tech geeks all day has led to a bit of a bleeding effect

02/11/2017 - 7:34pm It's Not That

Recruiter kept inserting "The" in front of everything, which totally fits as she went to "The" OSU

02/11/2017 - 7:30pm It's Computer Programming

C# is a programming language; the recruiter clearly had no clue wtf she was talking about and kept insufferably puttting "The" in front of everything. Naturally, she went to OSU :D 

01/06/2017 - 2:11pm Double Post

Double Post 

01/06/2017 - 2:10pm I Hate Myself

Is this a real story? Or are you just bullshitting? Normally, it'd be obvious that you were just messing around. But, after the last few days, I honestly can't tell anymore. God I hate my life during recruiting season. 

11/30/2016 - 10:24pm Chatter

There's been chatter that Baron Browning is strongly considering them....this may be a a sign that there may be something to that...

09/03/2016 - 6:48pm Lol

Understood

09/03/2016 - 6:07pm Touche

But, damn! How do you shit your pants this bad in a game you were kicking ass in

09/03/2016 - 6:06pm I posted after the game ended

I posted after the game ended and after the postgame show, lol

 

Maybe he means don't jinx the good guys?

09/03/2016 - 5:44pm True...

But knowing what Leonard Fournette is capable of against teams with more talent than Wisconsin, this is still pretty impressive. 

09/03/2016 - 5:41pm So Excited

This is gonna be an amazing season!!

08/19/2016 - 12:25pm No Asterisks in the NBA

He was allowed to be paid in the NBA, and he had a HOF caliber career. C-Webb was the 2nd best PF of his generation by a landslide. And, personally, I think it's bullshit that he gets nailed because he took money AFTER declaring for the draft. Of course, he didn't really help himself by lying to the grand jury either. 

08/16/2016 - 7:02pm Dude....

Numbers are an objective measurement with set value; words/phrases are a subjective objects whose value is up for interpretation. The fact that you're conflating an objective concept with a subjective one makes me think you probably shouldn't be calling someone else dumb. 

08/03/2016 - 11:15pm Uh?

Wouldn't that be 44 (22 x 2)? 

08/03/2016 - 11:12pm Phrasing

Using the phrase "second-level" is specific / mechanical. The easier way to say it is "they're not interested in me", "they're not really recruting me", etc. But "second-level" is a mechanical phrase that implies a structure of some kind, which makes sense if you're a coach with recruiting plans/recruiting breakdowns.