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06/26/2014 - 4:42am I doubt this leads to much useful info

The sample size of one or two years for most of these guys as well as huge variables in competition and a dozen other things would seem to make that data pretty useless.

The chart they made of former No. 8 picks is definitely completely useless.

I think advanced stats have their place in the nba but not really in talent evaluation. These are 19 year old kids that have yet to really develop their games

11/24/2012 - 10:52pm its still the best resume

Bama beat LSU and michigan. Georgia beat Florida. Oregon beat basically no one. Kstate beat Oklahoma. ND won all their games and beat two likely Bcs teams

11/24/2012 - 8:24pm How is their season a sham?

They'd have wins against Michigan, Stanford, at USC, at Oklahoma, at Michigan State.

The truth is that the pro-irish bias in the national media is almost nonexistent at this point. Yeah people have been talking about them all week, but they're unbeaten and No. 1 is the country, of course people are going say they're good. 

This team wasn't even ranked in the preseason top 25

02/02/2012 - 7:04pm The music industry would disagree

While music piracy is still an issue, it nothing like it was pre-itunes when literally everyone was doing it. They just need to come up with more delivery systems like ESPN3 and BTN2GO so people aren't driven to streaming sites.

Giving up on copyright enforcement is idiotic and would simply lead to less televised sports. If these companies don't make enough cash to justify televising games, they simply won't be televised

12/28/2011 - 1:11pm Texas A&M is a doormat now

By that logic three-quarters of the Big Ten is doormat teams. Mizzou and A&M are very solid additions to the SEC and if the Big Ten had added, everyone on this site would have been thrilled.

The SEC was far better than the Big10 this year and it will be again next year.

12/27/2011 - 4:49pm Exactly

Don't worry about the UM athletic department. They basically print money. It's probably 1,000 to 2,000 tickets at most, a drop in the bucket for UM.

$125 is too high considering fans also have to shell out for airfare, hotel, food, etc. I know the school doesn't set the price, but if they did it wouldn't be any lower. That price is a steal compared to having to shell out $70 for Delaware State and UMass

12/03/2010 - 4:04pm Wrong

Just one comment from Dave Brandon would drown all of the bitching from the fans, the media and everybody. Is Rich Rod in or is he out. That's all Dee and the other recruits want to hear.

10/28/2010 - 7:09pm It is possible and not really that tough

Has the same issue for the MSU game. I actually have the same phone (which is a piece of crap) and it wasn't that hard to figure out, but like was posted above your battery will get eaten up quickly and you'll need a strong 3G signal. You should at least get to watch a half or three quarters.

The first thing you need is Skyfire, which is a browser that allows flash to work on your phone. It's free and in the android market. Then you just find a justin.tv link for the game which is usually available somewhere on this forum. You just go the link on the skyfire browser and i think its pretty self-explanatory from there.

I got a great signal for most of the game, except it would ocassioanlly freeze and I would have to reload it. But I was in downtown Chicago so the signal was probably stronger than most place.