Been a while since I posted but had to chime in on the Clowney hit. I dont think I have ever seen a hit like that. Smith's helmet went 15 yards for gods sake. When it first happened I thought he had killed Denard Robinson. Anyways, to my question. Since the helmet came off shouldnt that have been dead ball right away and the fumble would not have counted? Was this a bad call (not as bad as the previous play - uuuggghh) that went SC's way, or do I just not understand that rule? thoughts?
as far as the question goes, you've got me sold on the plus one. if its a playoff, how do they choose whos in? bcs rankings? conference champs? then the team on the bubble will be the one whining. if your in based on your bcs rankings, then all the sec haters will be whining because you can still end up with two sec teams playing for it all.
there is natural ice...but good lord its disgusting. oh and apparently they have cell phones in the cars for twittering during the race. i mean seriously, texting and driving is bad enough, but doing it at 200 mph with about an inch and a half between you and your neighbor. what kind of example is that for the Children. totally agree with you on the crappy angle of the explosion. the one they had that actually showed the impact looked like it was shot from a cell phone camera.
add nick nolte to the sb allstars
gotta throw the tom cruise jumping on the couch episode in there...that guy is nutz.
About your math problem: Your answer is actually the maximum amount of time it would take the trains to meet and would occur if they traveled thru the poles. For the shortest time, we would assume they travel along the line of latitude that goes thru chicago which is about 42 degrees. therefore the circumference at 42 degrees is 25000*cos(42)~18580. So the min time would be about 37 hrs. So it would actually take them somewhere between 37 and 50 hours. Sorry its engineers week and my nerdiness is coming out.
Aww..i forgot about that one. twilight zone is also leagues better than radar love. ok ill try again on the music front: whover sang that stupid barbie girl song.
I would throw OJ in along with mike tyson and whitney.
One hit wonders...hmm...radar love (golden earing) and 1980 us mens olympic team.
earnhardt v wallace (i miss the good ole days of nascar)
these are by far the best uniforms in sports: