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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Corch, Dec 3, 2017.
Cephus isn't playing another down for UW and if the article is true, fuck him
He’s clearly a piece of shit who took advantage of extremely drunk girls, but how the fuck you gonna charge someone on this:
“The woman told police she did not remember having sex with anyone, though.
“I was shocked because I have no memory of it,” she told police. “I was grossed out. We don’t know this guy. I was so very confused. I was thinking how could this happen? I know I would never consent to have sex with someone I didn’t know.””
Fucking sluts. Yes, whore, you would fuck a random guy. It happens every fucking day.
If there's something you need to talk about LakersBuckeye , this is a safe space.
Tense today? You know where to go. Don’t care if you squoze one out already:
She hurt you, and that's NOT OK!
I'm sad and mad guys, thanks for asking
Minnesota calls it the "Money" position and currently plans to play Antoine Winfield Jr. in that spot.
Way cooler. I've always said Minnesota is the best UofM.
John L Smith named it the bandit, so yeah.
Didn’t really follow his recruitment...how did he not end up at OSU? #Ohio State Buckeyes
He wasn’t on the list given to Urban
Not enough stars on the 247 composite
Took 2 guys that transferred and 1 we processed on signing day, we fucked up but made up for it the next year with 3 5*
Kareem Felder is on Rutgers now and is named Tre Avery, ok
We thought he was a different Antoine Winfield Jr., not the Antoine Winfield Jr.
Something about him walking in on Zach Smith with a staffer, little something called witness protection. Ever heard of it? Now delete your post.
That got a good laugh
Brogan Roback is everything we thought he was.
Per anonymous B1G coach via all knowing source Athlon:
"I’ll tell you who’s a really good player on that team: (DB) Antonie Winfield Jr. If he played at a bigger program, he’d be all anyone was talking about in this league."
Bigger program shmigger program is what I always say.
Nassib is a fucking tool
Wish we would have taken him. Missed out on Daniels as a legacy to Iowa as well because we didn’t take his older brother.
Yes, very disappointing representation of my school. But, he went to Malvern Prep so it all makes sense.
Paul Chryst does the right thing and suspends WR Danny Davis for the Western Kentucky and New Mexico games due to his connection to the Quintez Cephus sexual assault. The jury is out on whether or not Ohio State has the moral courage to suspend Urban Meyer for the Oregon State and Rutgers games.
I know you guys will be surprised to hear this, but I think Michigan is going to be really, really good this year.
Would you say they are back, done fucking around, neither, or both?
I'd say a sleeping giant has awoken
Skip Bayless has declared Jim Harbaugh a better corch than Nick Saban, so it checks out.
Michigan is going to lose to ND in week 1.
And then run the table before losing to Alabama in the playoffs.
I was listening to Ann Arbor sports radio last night while driving through Michigan and those callers/radio people are mighty confident. Former UM RB Jamie Morris was the host and John Borton from UM Rivals site both predicted 11-1 seasons....with one of them saying Indiana would be the only loss.
Yeesh. You’d think expectations would be tempered a bit after the recent seasons. (I personally think this is the year UM ‘breaks through’ and finishes second in the division, but that second place is as up for grabs as it’s ever been)
You can’t win a September Heisman in August, but you can lose one.
Sports talk radio plays to its audience!! Film at 11.
til that buckwild listened to local sports radio for the first time
I'm used to listening to a much more rational fan base, with the OSU fans that call into sports radio.
It's a nice story, but the timeline is way off. We haven't played NDSU since 2011, and the earliest contact between him and the Annexstads would have been 2015-2016.
In all honesty, I could see UM breaking through this year if it wasnt for their schedule.
Losing 3-4 games and still being a very good team is a distinct possibility
Michigan’s schedule is absolutely brutal
Agreed. They are going to be very good but a lot of very good teams would lose 2-4 games with that schedule. Could see a year similar to PSU last year. Really good team that beat the piss out of a lot of people but lose a couple close ones away from home. It’s hard to win on the road against any of the top 4 in the B1G east and going into this season I’m predicting the Home team wins all those matchups.
5 top 15 games with 3 on the road is not exactly a recipe for a 1-2 loss season. But at some point Harbaugh has to show he can win the road games and this is likely his best team.
If the OL is competent and the QB is exceptional, we can win some of those tough road games. But I'll need to see that demonstrated.