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As an umpire and Tennessee fan, the play in the UT/BAMA game was interference as much as I hate to admit it. The play in the MISS/VANDY game was not because there was no contact made. If the runner had made contact with the shortstop then it would have been per the "letter of the law".
Regardless of whether you think they belong, Missouri should be in the western division based on geography. Half of the western division is further east.
If the numbers are accurate that is only a 3% death rate. I agree that when anyone dies it's a tragedy but it's not a reason to shut down the country. The Spanish flu didn't even shut down the country and there were roughly 675,000 deaths in the US alone! 50 million people died worldwide with a death rate of 10% worldwide.
I would also like to pose the scenario of someone that my wife works with. She planned on going in to get tested and at the last minute decided against it. She just ended up quarantining for 2 weeks just to be safe. She received a letter in the mail about 3 days into her quarantine telling her that she tested positive for COVID-19! She didn't even have the test done. So stuff like that just continues to fuel my skepticism on whatever numbers are presented.
The game you are referring to was in 1990 I believe and the Notre Dame player you are thinking of is Ricky Waters. That was all from memory as well.
Dude you are way off! Erik Ainge started the game and got injured right before halftime which meant that Rick Clausen would end up finishing the rest of the season. That kept us from playing in a BCS bowl even though we lost to Auburn in the SEC championship.
My top three for what it's worth: 1) Obviously a little bias on this one but John Ward's final call of his career counting down to the end of the 1999 Fiesta Bowl that crowned UT national champions 2) Auburn and Bruce's run to the final four last year 3) Tie between UT baseball 2005 run to the CWS or 2013 UT softball run the CWS final series
My favorite before this past season was Eric Berry but it would now have to be Jauan Jennings without a doubt.
And again this DA doesn't know the alphabet
They actually have two. Tennessee has a winning record against FBS competition.
And he still doesn't know the alphabet. Let me help you out and I will use small words so you can understand you warthog faced baboon. TeNnessee should come before TeXas A&M in the alphabet. "N" comes before "X". You do this every week. Really drives home the point that there are only maybe one or two good writers on this site...
I don't know who keeps letting this clown write under the guise of being a UT beat writer. He only slanders the university with his opinionated "facts". I haven't seen another writer on this site write for "their" team with the same sarcasm and negativity as he does. I don't know what his personal vendetta is against the university but my gosh write an article without your DA opinions mixed in and leave the 7th grade journalism at home.
I have a hard time taking someone seriously when they can't even get their alphabet correct. Tennessee still comes before Texas A&M alphabetically, stupid.
Are we just going to look over how shoddy this article is? He can't even get the names of the o-linemen right? Kendell Wright?! How about Darnell Wright. C'mon Dave, quit making us cringe when another one of your articles comes up.
I don't see how Missouri's noncon is ranked that high? Wyoming is a borderline bowl team this year. West Virginia is going to suck! SE Missouri is a pretty good team for the FCS... Troy is the best team on the schedule?
I assume, Houston, that you trying to go for alphabetical order with these teams but failed miserably with Tennessee and Texas A&M. Try again...
Ok they actually have 7 east titles. You can't just claim you won a title when you didn't get to the conference championship game...
My gosh! Get over yourself! It was banter about the team not the individual. I don't see anywhere where the individual is specifically named. The GIF at the end is in response to someone call officers thugs. The problem with society now-a-days is people think that all cops are crooks. There are some I'm sure but the vast majority are out there putting their lives on the line for people who have the same mentality that you do. And about the Epstein thing...cops can't convict they can only arrest. "All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law." Maybe you need to do a little more research in your safe space.
Being an umpire myself. I don't deal well with someone questioning balls and strikes especially the pitcher. I will say though that I would probably have issued a warning first before the ejection. Umpires put up with more crap from fans who think they know the rules. I wouldn't call them soft just irritated by the end of a 9 inning game.
I would put him about 6th. Here is the breakdown in no particular order Above Jarrett: 1) Tua 2) Franks 3) Fromm 4) Burrow 5) Mond Below Jarrett: 1) Whoever is starting for Arkansas 2) Whoever is starting for Auburn 3) Wilson (UK) 4) Thompson (MSST) 5) Whoever is starting at Ole Miss 6) Bryant (MIZZOU)- I'm interested to see how he does with less at Mizzou. I might put them even with each other 7) Bentley (S CAR)-I think he just threw another pick... 8) Whoever starts at Vandy
I'll take the hands of Marquez Calloway. That man can straight up go up and get a ball over anyone
Next time read the whole article DA. It obviously says since 1985 in the opening paragraph...
I still don't see how you can foul someone when you don't touch them. Very minimal contact and didn't really effect the shot
I will probably get blasted for saying this but I think 8 wins is conservative (depending on recruiting). 8 wins: 1)Georgia State 2)Chattanooga 3)UAB 4)BYU-who loses their starting QB Tanner Mangum and also finished 6-6 this year playing the bottom of the barrel that is the Pac-12 5)Mississippi State-at home with no Nick Fitzgerald 6)Kentucky-losing Benny Snell which was the base of their offense 7)Missouri-losing Drew Lock which was the base of their offense 8)Vanderbilt-losing Kyle Shurmur which was a major part of their offense and we play them at home Not to mention we play South Carolina at home and should have beaten them this year...
You need to park at the Children's hospital parking garage. It's only $15, it goes to the hospital and you can get out and on I-40 extremely easily. About a 10 minute walk to the stadium.