|09/03/2017 - 1:38pm||context clues||
|08/17/2017 - 12:43pm||scary||
not necessarily referencing the Rutgers fear factor, but rather the state of mind that is Rutgers football. This approaches zero, so one over that is yugely scary.
|08/12/2017 - 8:20am||sorry about the text wall.||
also sorry about the monstrous grammar
|08/12/2017 - 8:17am||the weather||
I've seen many people comment on okorns apparent poor play during the Indiana game. It did look ugly, but that was one of the games I was able to make it to last season and the weather was such that it will probably go down as my favorite live game experience. i love the snow, and i love watching football being played in the snow. That being said, I can't imagine how difficult it would have been to step into that field for your first career start at Michigan.
It had been switching between rain and snow all day, causing a slick layer of icy slush to build up on the field. that layer was slowly covered by snow throughout the game. it's hard enough walking to your car with that kind of footing, let alone taking the normal wide drop back steps.
the wind was swirling at upwards of 20 mph. can't throw a proper ball to receivers who are sliding across the field on likely wider routes than you've practiced in that kind of mess.
it took a tough, plodding, north-south running back to win that game. luckily, we had a very good one.
|01/11/2017 - 9:47am||i hate this viewpoint||
how exactly are community college classes any more bullshit than the majority of large university classes?
The biggest advantage to going to a large school are the networking opportunities that are available.
|06/29/2016 - 7:24pm||No one was||
picturing the 80s when he brought up firearm use/safety being taught in schools. You don't actually need to live through a time period to know what happened during that time period.
|06/18/2016 - 9:44pm||Just clicked it on and the||
Just clicked it on and the 3rd or so play that I saw was him breaking about 15 ankles on his way to a 40+ yard punt return. Gonna be very fun next year.
|06/18/2016 - 9:15pm||.||
|06/01/2016 - 3:22pm||Difference||
The second point addresses your concern.
-"The school has to offer a full LOI when the time comes"
|05/12/2016 - 4:03pm||There are definitely a billion confounding variables||
but if you want to look at another high-earning group (I'm going to cherry pick doctors for some reason) there is a massive spike in suicide rate when compared to the general population. Brain chemistry is so incredibly complex, and it's hard to say what is or isn't "better" (excluding organic disorders, of course).
|05/11/2016 - 12:22am||P90x is awesome||
like any program, it will work if you work it. the biggest key to any workout plan that people tend to largely ignore is the diet. also, some will say that you can eat whatever you want as long as you keep your calories down. two things, if you've been at the same weight for a while, and now you want lose, you can have marginal success by simply starting a workout. however, if you don't change your diet and stop working out, you WILL gain it all back. Diet is literally the biggest factor when it comes to losing weight and maintaining. i view exercise as fine tuning. it's crucial to build good eating habits and stick with them. p90x has an awesome diet plan, but it's pretty intense, so could be easy to fall off of once the program ends.
I've had really really great success by making a conscious effort to reduce carbs (not eliminate, reduce. you will fall apart if you try to go atkins crazy to like 20g/day). just limit yourself to like one piece of bread/day. don't get potatoes with dinner, etc. be super careful about sugar. simple choices that are actually sustainable. get a large portion of your calories from protein. i go with 180-200g/day because I'm trying to add muscle right now, but just make sure you're getting lots of protein with every meal. it basically comes down to at least being conscious of the fact that everything you eat is a choice, and making an honest effort to make the right choice. you know what is generally healthy and what generally isn't. let that instinct guide you