|06/26/2018 - 12:20am||I mean, if you're arguing…||
I mean, if you're arguing that Gholston is some kind of success story among 5 star recruits...the dude is a defensive end with 10 career sacks over 5 seasons, with zero sacks and 36 total tackles last season, and likely won't have a starting job next year.
|05/06/2018 - 11:14pm||Yes||
Thank you, finally someone else who thinks Robert Horry is one of the 10 greatest players of all time. Steve Kerr also knocking on that top 15 door.
|05/06/2018 - 11:10pm||Without the Warriors||
You can find fault with the construction of these Cavs teams (and particularly where it has left them now), but over the last several years, the roster was good enough that but for having to face possibly the greatest three-to-four year run for a team ever (the Warriors) the Cavs would be three-peat Champs working on a fourth this year.
|05/05/2018 - 11:08pm||Agreed||
Let the increased CTE likelihood dictate it.
|04/03/2018 - 1:18am||Better recruiting||
I think we know what "better recruiting than Beilein" means in todays college basketball.
|04/01/2018 - 1:18am||No faith?||
Why only $40, you go to the (strip) club before the book or something?
In all seriousness, I would guess sharps bet heavy Michigan, that line is quite high if MICH comes even remotely close to the offense it had for the last two months, save the tourney.
|03/31/2018 - 10:44pm||While we're complaining about the arena||
How on earth for the national championship can they not have an illuminated red light around the backboard for when the shot clock runs out? Or at a minimum around the shot clock box on top of the backboard?
Both games have had a need to check if a shot was off in time before the shot clock.
|03/30/2018 - 9:50am||If the issue is that they ran out of steam||
If they were doing more conditioning (i.e. running) last year than strength lifting, and the issue was that they ran out of steam late in games, then shouldn't they be doing MORE conditioning, not more strength training?
This whole thing is a narrative after the fact anyway. Other than PSU, the defense played well enough for us to win any of the games we lost.
|03/29/2018 - 11:38pm||Or||
Tony Carr goes to the NBA and they're mediocre as always
|03/18/2018 - 3:36am||Teske||
i'm not going to start a new appreciation thread for yet another player, but Jon M-Fing Teske knocking down free throw after free throw at a CRITICAL juncture in the game, hats off to him as well.
Really, you talk about a team effort, everyone pitched in in some way it seems, Livers had a very good inbounds pass, and Simmons had that little layoff to a streaking Wagner. Even Ibi, if you watch that last play like 30 times (which i assume everyone has) provides a slight rub on Davis closing out on Poole which, frankly, if Davis is a tenth of a second closer he alters that shot (and commits more of a foul but that's beside the point).
|03/16/2018 - 1:21am||I mean||
I mean, isn't the irony just as strong because it happened before he was publicly outed? Stronger maybe?
I don't really see the fact that it was generated in the past (and well after allowing two rapists to continue playing for a Final Four team) as undercutting the hyprocrisy at all.
|03/11/2018 - 1:07am||RIght||
Yep, let your kid grow up to be the guy who drops "fuck" into conversation all the time. That guy is awesome. He was so cool. He got all the ladies all the time.
Right now he either works at an oil change place, or went to Penn and works at Black Rock. Either way, he's still a douche.
|03/08/2018 - 1:00am||More drawn out?||
More drawn out? Come on.....when have you EVER known having more lawyers involved to cause things to take more time and cost more money?
|03/08/2018 - 12:57am||Maybe helps MICH||
If Baylor wins, maybe helps MICH, cool and all. But that school is PSU-level "I will NEVER root for them" in my book. On Women's Day, especially (but every other day too)...f*ck that school.
|03/02/2018 - 1:51am||Against Wisconsin||
Since it's against Wisconsin and we have to be somewhat realistic, I would root for MSU to lose by 1. 38-37.
And then I would like the reporters to only ask Izzo questions about basketball:
"When you field a basketball team playing a basketball game, which only has to do with the round ball on the 94 foot court with a 10 foot rim...why do you choose to play rapists?"
"Jaren Jackson is obviously more powerful than his opponents and when he throws his weight around he seems to get the benefit of the doubt from officials. Do you feel this is analogous to Adrien Payne's actions off the court and the local police authority's resonse?"
"Seriously, you're going to dictate to the free press that we can't ask a question about how you have no fucking morals, you fucking whiny bitch? Fine. You lost to Middle Tennessee State as a 2-seed. That's a not a question, I'm just reminding you."
|02/16/2018 - 12:50am||Have you seen the TV lineup?||
Have you seen thelineup for "new" TV shows this year? Wringing money from far less successful franchises:
I blame this all on the incredible success of Episode 1 20 years ago. Jar Jar Binks continues to fuck us all over even after he's gone. (He's dead right? We can bank on that? Like, he's not some lifeform that lives for 200 years or something and is gonna show up to save Rey two years from now?)
|01/26/2018 - 12:46am||Word||
I don't know how someone with kids COULD watch all the football/bball/other sports that are important to you/games live. Not enjoyably anyway.
|01/10/2018 - 8:59pm||Draftageddon||
“People enjoy Draftageddon” ought to be 1 and 2.
(But seriously, I love you guys at MGoBlog, I understand you gotta fill content in the summer.)
|01/10/2018 - 12:57am||Whoa||
I think your goal was to suggest that Irvin was better than people gave him credit for....but I didn't realize he shot 45/34/67 shooting percentages, that is shockingly mediocre-to-bad.
All this did was make me realize he was actually much worse than i thought he was.
|01/09/2018 - 1:18am||Spread||
I got it at Georgia +3.5 so you would've lost.
|01/01/2018 - 6:13pm||"Alabama is the only team on that list to win anything"||
Well, they kinda win EVERYTHING* so that's pretty good argument that a pro style can work. But honestly, it's not that you can only win, or can never win with this or that offense. You just need to be fucking creative, not run the same obvious concepts all the time. And then pull out the double-secret concept you've been waiting all season for -- the Tight End handoff!!
*no, obviously Bama doesn't literally win everything. They just win more than everyone else's offense.
|12/29/2017 - 5:45pm||I mean||
"bogus ejection" is putting it mildly. The RB gets gang tackled after the whistle including some NW player barreling in to knock the whole pile over WAY after the whistle. And then the ref bends over the Kentucky guy, holds out his hands to help him up, and the Kentucky guy basically does "nah, i'm good" with his hands to the ref.
There was no aggressive contact, and what little contact there was the REF INITIATED IT!!
I'm not pulling for SEC teams but Kentucky got effed big time by that call, if there's any fairness, they'll call every questionable call in Kentucky's favor the rest of the game.
|12/21/2017 - 9:50am||20 years||
I'm sure the reference to 20 years was intentional, I know it's hard to fathom but Alabama was perfectly mediocre with some really awful seasons mixed in in the late 90s to mid 2000s.
|12/13/2017 - 9:27am||Dilemma||
Side note on the spelling of dilemma - after the OP misspelled dilemma not only in the thread title but also the post as well, I thought maybe there's some alternate spelling out there.
There is not, dilemna is just wrong, but there's an interesting history of more than a few people having been taught an incorrect spelling in their youth.
|12/05/2017 - 7:43pm||Zero||
Zero because he’s going with Taggart to FSU
|12/05/2017 - 7:43pm||Zero||
Zero because he’s going with Taggart to FSU
|11/24/2017 - 10:55am||For better or for worse||
For better or for worse, they handled their coaching transition in much more business-like, much more dispassionate manner. They plugged Fickel in as a stop gap, and had no qualms about dumping him for Meyer.
The circumstances were fortunate that Meyer was available, and him just missing the ND opening, sure. But you compare that to UM not hiring Miles in 2008 (whether you like him or not, he would be the choice if it was purely a business decision), or hiring Hoke when it was clear he was over his head.
One view could be that Michigan is more respectable because it takes more into account than just winning, like morals and the character of the coach. But Michigan has no one to blame but themselves for those down years.
|11/23/2017 - 11:54am||That’s why he brought it up||
The poster brought it up because the article mentions it.
|11/19/2017 - 12:10am||That's...not that great?||
I'm not even remotely coming from a perspective that it dissatisfied with Harbaugh, I think the entire dynamic has changed and he's doing as well as can be expected. BUT....
A winning percentage of 26th out 47 is not really something that should be held up as a laudable achievement, it is by its definition below average.
(again, I'm still very pleased with Harbaugh, because Michigan's standing in the college football landscape has changed immensely....but I don't think it's a helpful argument to compare him to past coaching performances if you want to sway those doubting him)
|11/18/2017 - 4:19pm||I know you don't want to stifle exceptional athletes||
But I think someone needs to sit down with DPJ and tell him he can't be trying to do the spectacular return every time...sometimes (most of the time), catch it, run forward 7-10 yards, and accept that.
The difference in lost yardage on punts between him and Peppers is probably 45-50 yards a game, and combine that with the difference between Allen and Robbins which is probably another 45-50 yards a game, that ends up being pretty significant.
|11/03/2017 - 12:53am||I wonder||
if there's a 6'1" tight end on any team in Power 5 football.
|10/15/2017 - 2:02am||Ceeejay French-Love||
Come on, with a name like that, you knew it was going to work out for ASU.
And that dude's leg was snapped pretty cleanly, poor kid.
|10/15/2017 - 1:37am||Man Oregon defensive players||
Man, Oregon defensive players really get hyped making tackles, down by 28 points. Like weirdly hopping up and celebrating a lot on any positive play.
You gave up 150 yards to Bryce Love in the first 4 minutes of the game.
|10/14/2017 - 11:44pm||This always||
Well, thank you very much. It's kind of weird when there's like an actual question and answer on the internet, without snark.
I feel like you should have at least called me a dumbass.
|10/14/2017 - 11:31pm||Pitch to Love||
Can someone explain to me the reason why Stanford does the pitch to Love? They regularly line up in I-form, then have the QB pitch it directly behind him to Love a couple yards back (and then Love hits the joystick and murders everyone).
It's not a pitch out to one side or the other as the back is already moving, which is what you typically see. It's straight behind the QB, and frankly it seems kind of slow developing.
What is the point of that? To give Love full options? To force him to wait for the blocking to develop?
|10/14/2017 - 11:18pm||So you||
So you effed up your post, and you're annoyed at someone else because they called you on it?
|10/14/2017 - 4:14pm||He's actually better than O'Korn now||
The coaches are just fuckin with you. Just you.
|10/10/2017 - 11:22pm||Right it's MLS' fault||
Right, the reason why our team of mostly MLS players can't beat teams made up of players who aren't even good enough for MLS is...MLS.
You're not winning a World Cup with MLS players, but you damn well should be finishing at least 4th in CONCACAF.
|10/08/2017 - 1:13am||I think they read MGoBlog||
and Brian told them to run 5 wide receivers, so they did.
|10/08/2017 - 1:09am||Actually El Salvador doesn't really have high school||
Actually, the education system in El Salvador doesn't really have high school per se, primary education ceases at 9th grade.
|10/08/2017 - 12:58am||7 years?||
He was only at Stanford 4 years. And why would/should it take 4 years from now for MICH to have a "real shot" at the B1G? We were six inches away from a likely B1G Championship last year.
|10/06/2017 - 8:28pm||I mean||
I mean, I generally agree with what you're saying, but it's just a conclusory statement to say that because they have Fields they will now use the QB's athleticism. By that logic, it would be the case even if he went to Georgia Tech. You can use examples of OCs who adapted to their personnel, there are as many or more examples (including at this very school) of OCs who either superficially tried and failed to adapt their system, or didn't adapt at all.
|09/10/2017 - 2:27am||Stop||
Stop being a dick over your stupid post.
|08/31/2017 - 12:22am||At least||
At least Jon got it in with Dany.
|08/23/2017 - 12:13am||I don't think they resign Thomas||
That's why this deal is really great for Cleveland, because they basically stay the same this year. Kyrie is better than IT, but for a team with no bench, adding Crowder along with IT, who is still an A-/B+ version of Kryie, is a win for them for this year basketball talent-wise.
And when LBJ leaves next year, they don't have to resign Isaiah, and can rebuild with the pick.
Basically this gives them the perfect freedom to stay competitive this season, and totally tank on next season.
|08/12/2017 - 4:45pm||How||
How. Dare. They.
Godless savages, using illegal drugs.
|08/11/2017 - 2:08am||Right||
The 13-year-old children WANT to work, they want to earn some money, let THEM decide if they're willing to work for peanuts 12 hours a day or not.
-a bunch of rich old white guys in the 1920s
Paternalism, for lack of a better word, is good. Paternalism is right. Paternalism works.
|08/08/2017 - 8:39pm||Man||
I thought this was going to be a conversation about Armenians.
|08/01/2017 - 12:33am||That wasn't an offer||
That was a PR move by the guy in Miami whose USL team is about to get squeezed out. He has no money, let alone the $4 billion that was reported in the headline, he is a charlatan.
And no, the owners will never allow this, just like owners in the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL would never put their hundreds of millions of dollars-asset at risk, and you wouldn't take your secure investment in your house and instead just voluntarily opt to put it up to risk of 24/1 odds that the value drops by 75%. Promotion/relegation is just flat out too foreign a construct to work in the United States.
And without pro/rel, MLS is growing at a fantastic rate for a 20 year old league, and the idea that it's necessary smacks of eurosnobbery, with a dollop of internet-era immediate satisfaction/impatience. 20 years from now, MLS will be a top 10 league in the world.
|07/28/2017 - 9:50am||That study||
First, i don't know how scientific that poll was, but second, they said the #1 reason was the anthem stuff at 26%, the #2 reason was basically the disgusting image of the NFL with all of the domestic violence at.....24%. Those are essentially the same, certainly if there was any margin of error.
Basically that headline could just have easily been "Folks stopped watching for a bunch of reasons" but why let clarity get in the way of clickbait or an opportunity to blame political issues instead of problems with the NFL, ESPN.