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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by andres 3000, Nov 26, 2012.
Nice to get the win, but we played so dumb the last couple of minutes.
Big day. Got Corn, then Edouard who all the local gurus love and say has a ceiling higher than Bridgewater (also offered by O'Brien/PSU today), topped off by a nice little win in Tallahassee
In what was one of our more underrated wins this year, Charlotte won at Butler.
Those three A-10 wins we have keep looking better and better.
that's three in a row for you guys, right? guess not
Man, Bama even dominates the envelope game.
Hope he's building up some arm strength...
Those running skills are gonna make it tough to keep him at QB
Seriously...double the size of any other with a huge back to back sign on top....unfair
Really random comment- I find it funny that of the four ACC commercials (the ones that show the babies in the nursery) I saw tonight (Miami, FSU, UNC, and Duke), the only one that had a white baby was Duke.
lol i thought the same thing. it's not like they have to compensate for anything right now.
Two Oregon envelopes? Nice to see the Oregon staff give a shit now that Chip is gone
this kid would be damn good in that offense
RT @kkfla737: Jim Larranaga now has more wins over FSU in 2 seasons than Haith did in his final 6 seasons at UM. Another SHOCKING Haith stat
2/13/13 10:25 PM
i love the conversation.
black dad: "which one's yours?"
white dad: "the all-american. you?"
black dad: "the rhodes scholar."
you're worried about his arm strength? Kid seems to have a pretty strong arm already needs to improve his accuracy but that's an issue some other top prep qb's had also.
arm strength is the last thing this kid needs to work on, he has a cannon
he needs to work on accuracy more than anything
gonna be honest as dope as truly yours and power trip has been j.cole rapping about women who are stuck with problems has been depressing me
THE 25 BEST FOOD MOMENTS IN THE WIRE
LINK - http://firstwefeast.com/eat/the-25-best-food-moments-in-the-wire/s/41476/
From pit beef to lake trout sandwiches, the beloved HBO series delves deep into the guts of Baltimore.
WRITTEN BY HANNAH NORWICK | POSTED ON THURSDAY 02-14-2013 AT 9:00 AM.
For a show obsessively devoted to realism, it's no surprise that The Wire nails Baltimore's hyperregional eats, from Chaps Pit Beef and lake trout, to Faidley's crab cakes and spicy fish sandwiches. But breaking bread runs much deeper than surface authenticity—indeed, meals are at center of many of the show's most poignant moments, such as Bunny's tragic attempt to treat his students to a steak dinner at a restaurant where their outsider status is palpable.
The symbolism of food isn't lost on Simon either. He artfully plays on the connotations of beef and chicken in exploring the relationship between Wey Bey (the muscle) and D'Angelo Barksdale (the nervous thinker), or uses relatable details—like Omar's penchant for Honey Nut Cheerios—to humanize even the most cold-blooded characters. He also shows how the places where characters dine—from the politico diner where corrupt deals go down, to the bulletproof glass-covered carryout spots of the Westside—reflect their place in the system.
MCNULTY AND BUNK TALK LAKE TROUTSeason: Four
Episode Name: "Home Rooms"
Food: Lake Trout
Season four has Jimmy looking like he has his act together—no drinking, no womanizing, and coming home to Beadie and the kids at night. Even his ex-wife is impressed. Old partner and best buddy, The Bunk, is not fooled. After a nice dinner with the new family, the guys find their way down to their old drinking spot by the train tracks. A conversation about lake trout is loaded with metaphor, as Bunk describes the Baltimore classic as being neither from a lake, nor made with trout. This is probably the best example of foods larger role in The Wire, as Bunk is clearing referring to Jimmy and not just the fried "white trash" sandwich.
Unfortunately there was no YouTube clip to be found, but the exchange goes something like this:
Bunk: You know those little corner joints in the ghetto that sell subs, fried chicken, lake trout?
McNulty: Lake trout.
Bunk: Like egg creams in New York.
McNulty: No eggs, no cream.
Bunk: Exactly—no lake, no trout.
McNulty: Like Pogies. White fish. Trash fish.
Bunk: White trash fish? I mean, lake trout, that’s all marketing—it’s just all dressed up like something it ain’t. You know what I’m saying?
McNulty: Sometimes it is what it is. It really is.
Bunk: That’s deep. I like the way you think.
McNulty: Yeah, you too.
Miami university? Dat nigga ain't going to Ohio you fool
fuckin crabs am i right kn88
such a great post. hope people get it
was at the park today and got a picture of my dog with the natatorium at Elder's HS in the background
I'm going to have him on my fantasy CFB team at some point
8th in the ACC in FTA and just 10th in FT%
That's a HS?
That's a badass looking dog
So Golden was the guest speaker for STA's football banquet on Wednesday.
Baseball opener tonight against Rutgers. It'll probably be another disappointing season unless Thompson, Heyman, and a couple of other freshman have big years.
It's good news when our head coach gets some face time with some of the best HS talent in the country.
for fuck's sake
Wha.... RT @InsideTheU: Mario Cristobal Interviewing at Alabama for OL Job: http://t.co/TQlRsEI2
2/15/13 1:32 PM
WHAT?! didn't think it would be that quick
What in the fuck?? Somebody txted me this and I thought they were joking.
Stop fucking around Mario.
lol i can't knock him for looking for a better opportunity, but damn, let the ink dry first
wow Cristobal that's some shit
I never get surprised over coaches and recruiting bullshit in college anymore but damn this Cristobal news is disheartening
What happened to Stoutland?
With the eagles
Oh nice, good for him, shitty for us (if Mario leaves)
Duke Johnson @DukeJohnson_8
It's funny how everybody grew up a cane fan and always dream of being one but end up els where......
obviously Duke didn't get the memo
Miramar (FL) High School Class of 2015 CB Tyrek Cole says he enjoyed watching teammate Jermaine Grace's recruiting process that wound up with the linebacker choosing the Canes.
The previous year Tracy Howard and Malcolm Lewis chose UM out of Miramar.
"Seeing all those guys I know go to Miami, it attracts me to be there," Cole said. "They've told me Miami's a great program, and they said it's family out there."
Cole's recruitment is beginning early as he already lists offers from Miami, Florida and West Virginia.
"Miami offered me a month ago," Cole said. "It was exciting to get the Miami offer. I knew I had great sophomore season, so I was expecting it."
He says of UM that "of course" he has a high interest.
"I'm a fan, and it's my home town," he said.
Cole said he's been in regular contact with UM defensive backs coach Paul Williams.
"We've been talking," Cole said. "He said he likes the fact that I'm an all-around athlete, that I can tackle, press, do all that."
Cole isn't listing any frontrunners yet.
He had 30 tackles and two interceptions last season.
Burlington (Kent.) Conner quarterback Drew Barker started off his week by finding out he was the No. 153 player in the country in the new Rivals250 and capped it off by picking up a big-time offer.
Barker was offered by Miami Friday, adding to an already impressive list that includes South Carolina and Tennessee among others.
"It's a prestigious offer and I'm very thankful," Barker said via text. "It's a really cool area. I want to visit so I will talk with my parents."
Barker is a pro-style quarterback but can also pull it down and run when needed. He said that since James Coley was hired as Miami's new offense coordinator, he expects the Canes to shift their offense philosophy this fall.
"It will be a different scheme and [Coley] told me they want to have more of a pro-style quarterback but spread it out, too," Barker said. "I watched Florida State a lot last year so if he runs the same offense I think I could definitely see myself playing in it."
Barker is still in the midst of his junior basketball season, but once it wraps up he plans on taking spring visits.
"The only one set in stone is the April 13 Spring Game visit to South Carolina," Barker said. "Of course other visits will come in between but I'm just not sure yet."