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The thing is, as good as that part of the pitch is, it's just the tip of the iceberg. That was part of the player pitch, for sure, but the home visit is where he seals the deal when he talks about 'creating value for the player'. He says that all the time. So, the player sees the opportunity to play for big prizes, and the parents see someone who will put their boy in the best place to succeed, one way or the other. Oh, and... He just works harder than everyone else. There is that.
Does anyone really think 2019 LSU would have held 2020 Alabama to 13 points in the first half? Yeah, me neither. You can compare the resumes all you want, but 2019 Alabama played them awfully close. 2020 Alabama was a lot better.
Why not an even trade? According to Texas media, Todd Herman could use some seasoning. He got that job for a reason.
Kelly was smart to be courteous before the game. If they play again, it won't be so gentle.
I wish him luck, but I can't imagine working at Texas right now, where they still haven't learned the lesson to let the coach run the show, and where the powers that be will always treat Sark like they are doing him a favor.
Alatide: Direct quote from BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors: “The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers,” she said, referring to BLM co-founder Alicia Garza. “We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories. And I think that what we really tried to do is build a movement that could be utilized by many, many black folk,” Cullors added in the interview with Jared Ball of The Real News Network. How's that for reality, chief?
It was funny, but there's nothing wrong with using that stat to demonstrate the evolution of the game.
Agreed. And still watch most of the best kids go to college.
Yeah, if the CA system goes national, it's a preemptive surrender to Texas, A&M, and SMU. But I doubt the Silicon Valley geeks would get in the game. Stanford's soccer team will be awesome, though!
Since the beginning of the CFP, we've always said a conference could get two in if 3 P5 champs had two or more losses. Well, here we are. Plus, the bottom of OSU's schedule is really, really bad. Does only the top half of the schedule, and only the top half of the losses, matter? Or does all of it matter?
Because getting pushed around at home by OK and getting the every living crap beat out of you by Iowa is... what, exactly?
Tua has actually played this year, so it's easy to forget that the guys who left just weren't that good.
Saw a clip of an interview on CNBC and the ESPN guy mentioned something about authenticating an existing subscription. I assume that's cable, and also I assume they still don't have any sports fans working for them.
So... the author here has insight into he coach's soul, and at the same time, somehow, on field production in an actual game has nothing to do with anything. Got it.
My guess? When the news got out yesterday morning they were hiring Kiffin, a booster flipped his lid and went to work to stop it.