Sohn, the Howard article mentioned knee-high grass. Nobody there could even bother to mow it apparently. There has to be some push from the locals there, too.
You know the NFL is back when we get as many Rob Ryan shots on the sideline as of the head coaches.
I hate the Steelers center-one of the best in the game-was injured, but it was caused by the guard trying to dive and take out at defensive lineman's knee. He just whiffed. It was hardly a "fall" as the announcers tried to say it was.
Titans OL and DL looked stout. Eventually the quarterback will have to make some plays.
"Scandal" is the word being used by those who think Huesman's lie is not a big deal, to overexaggerate and make those disappointed by it seem to be worrying about nothing. "Disappointment" is the word I would use. If Robinson had not been part of the drama last year, would violation of team rules been the stated reason with no hesitation?
Yes, so much for Duck sleepiness. The Vols are in trouble, maybe 60+ allowed.
The Packers got back in it, partially, with the run, then completely abandoned it again late. Eddie Lacy looked pretty good.
If Clowney goes to the Jaguars next year, their offense will still be terrible. Two more years of 2 or 3 wins and then they can draft the Florida State quarterback.
UTC's offense is "close", close to maybe putting the head coach on the hotseat. It's time to put up or shut up. We have decided to go back to games this year but we were close to just calling it a wrap after that dud last week.
I'd be worried about Oregon traveling to the East Coast for a game, regardless of time, even with a 3 touchdown spread. Look at the way it affects pro teams.
I would have liked to have seen a replay of the possible bobbling catch by Clemson along the sideline, on third and long pretty late in the game. They got the next play off before it could be looked at, apparently. And if Georgia makes a chip shot field goal as they should have, it's possibly we have totally different impressions of both teams.
The Science Guy and Snooki have a lot if common, Nye is insistent global warming could lead to the fall of civilization, Snooki is a direct part of it.
Moonkat, Cook, and other handwringers might be surprised to know the director of that song's video-with the explicit version featuring models running around topless-is a woman. And no, I've not seen it so it may be relatively mild compared to a lot of stuff out there.
Cook, the phrase getting into a woman's pants goes along with the crudeness of the song, that's the goal of the character in the song. It's not rape. Convincing a woman to hop in the sack isn't rape. You may not be old enough to remember the 2 Live Crew specifically, their lyrics made Thicke's lyrics look like church hymns. They were "forbidden" songs back during junior high, and were listened to nearly daily. As far as I know, and word would get around, none of my friends raped anyone through high school or college or have since, though of course you lost contact over the years. A savage act like that is a choice made, or not made, and blaming it on a song is pathetic.
Special teams meltdowns, critical turnovers at the worst times, and just plain egg-laying have been commonplace with the Mocs the last several years even when they appear to be more talented than the opponent. How many years does a coach get, regardless of how pitiful a program was before, until the seat becomes hot? We're debating whether to go back or not this year.
Getting into a woman's pants is different than rape. Trying to talk a woman into it, that's different than rape. A male could listen to this song 24/7 and still choose not to rape. It's always someone else's fault, according to too many in this country.
It's not just shooting, two teens beat an 88 year old WWII veteran to death. Again, "just for fun".
Yes, Soddy-Daisy has gone down a lot and so has Red Bank.
CMT has county music?
Offtopic, the LB household is digging the upcoming Sara Bareilles concert at Track 29.
We need more midnight basketball.