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    Can't think of a better team to run rule than Iowa
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    Really??? Ask a Nebraska baseball player if he would prefer to play in warmer weather and have more early season home games but have to play till July.....or the way it is now. I have a guess as to what their answer would be. And.....they don't have to "stay in school". There is no reason why the season can't go past the end of the school year.
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    Omaha is one win away from securing their first NCAA Regional birth
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    100 dollars says that his contact information for his son in his phone is "The Polar Bear"
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    Not funny if you're Auburn, I guess
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    It's a good day for baseball! First game of the year! Not a bad view.
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    As someone who manages people, I say make sure the person knows what you would like to do. It can be done professionally. One thing that is sometimes tough for a manager is to figure out what people really want to do. I can name a number of times where an employee expresses interest in something and I sit there thinking...hmmm....I had no idea. And...they turned out to be really good at where they wanted to go. Managers can't read minds. Professionally express to the person what you are interested in doing. If they have other plans for this team, fine. But, at least they know you're interested so that next time, they will know and include you.
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    #99 Peyton Newell Also, the longest TD pass in school history.
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    How would that possibly haunt them? Every single one of them have already explicitly, time and time again, revealed their true stances and lack of care for the American public. Them voting on impeachment would do nothing. The people who would see it as an indictment have already known the truth of them, and the rest would continue to bury their heads in the sand the way they already have despite overwhelming massive undeniable evidence of bad behavior. Again. The Dems have not, will not, and are not setting that precedent. The precedent has already been clearly set, but not by the Dems.
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    That’ll speed up the exit from south Stadium!
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    It's over. Swept them in less than 90 minutes. Foecke finished with 8 kills, 2 blocks and an ace. Hit .500 for the match. Something for those of you nostalgic for Foecke Bombs. Pretty cool to see Karch talk up Foecke like this. I can remember back in the day when I was a young knapplc and I actually got Karch's autograph on a pink hat. Could be the last autograph I ever got.
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    Here is a question, is the following statement from my 5 year old grandson or from the President of the United States? (Hand me a $5 bill, I'll give you a free cup of coffee at Starbucks if you get the answer right) Quote (edited to make it coherent): "I responded in kind because she made horrible statements about me"? https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-chris-wallace-nancy-194509152.html
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    Another example of Trump being swayed by Fox and Friends. It is also an example of lawlessness. Trump potential pardons of soldiers before they even have their day in court is problematic to say the least. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/5/24/18637360/trump-war-crimes-pardons-gallagher-golsteyn-fox-news-hegseth
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    Good question. The Senate offers "advice and consent" to the President by a majority vote on the appointments of federal judges, ambassadors, and Cabinet positions. Treaties with other nations entered into by the President must be approved by a two-thirds vote by the Senate. http://www.ushistory.org/gov/6a.asp https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R45442.pdf Congress’s Authority to Influence and Control Executive Branch Agencies The Constitution neither establishes administrative agencies nor explicitly prescribes the manner by which they may be created.Even so,the Supreme Court has generally recognized that Congress has broad constitutional authority to establish and shape the federal bureaucracy. Congress may use its Article I lawmaking powers to create federal agencies and individual offices within those agencies, design agencies’ basic structures and operations, and prescribe, subject to certain constitutional limitations,how those holding agency offices are appointed and removed.Congress also may enumerate the powers, duties, and functions to be exercised by agencies, as well as directly counteract, through later legislation, certain agency actions implementing delegated authority.The most potent tools of congressional control over agencies, including those addressing the structuring, empowering, regulating, and funding of agencies, typically require enactment of legislation. Such legislation must comport with constitutional requirements related to bicameralism (i.e., it must be approved by both houses of Congress) and presentment (i.e., it must be presented to the President for signature). The constitutional process to enact effective legislation requires the support of the House, Senate, and the President,unless the support in both houses is sufficient to override the President’s veto. There also are many non-statutory tools (i.e., tools not requiring legislative enactment to exercise) that may be used by the House, Senate, congressional committees, or individual Members of Congress to influence and control agency action. In some cases, non-statutory measures, such as impeachment and removal, Senate advice and consent to appointments or the ratification of treaties, and committee issuance of subpoenas, can impose legal consequences. Others, however, such as House resolutions of inquiry, may not be used to bind agencies or agency officials and rely for their effectiveness on their ability to persuade or influence
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    And Hitler said to Hermann Goring........ (Goring was Hitler's right hand man & enforcer and creator of the Gestapo) https://apnews.com/9e926bfccb5947d5a5f8eb260cb0a7e6 .
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    Utah didn't immediately keep the same leve of success but they certainly did a great job sustaining their program after him. Four years later they went undefeated and depantsed an Alabama team that was ranked #1 for like 5 weeks straight. Florida, you're right. tOSU seems to sustain success through everyone though.
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    I cant decide if Urban leaving is going to make much of a difference or not...
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    Warning from former GOP Congressman Tom Coleman, Mo (not to be confused wt more current former Okla Congressman/Sen Tom Colburn). He thinks Trump should be impeached and Pence should resign- in order to remove the stench of this admin. To add to my post: I too think Pence needs to go also. He has had a front row seat to this charade of a presidency and has done nothing. He could have ended it once and for all if he'd had backed out of the VP slot when the access Hollywood tapes came out. My original thought 2 years ago was that Pence would be the adult in the room to mature Trump. I use to think that he'd be an acceptable alternative if Trump was removed quickly from office in 2017-2018. However I was wrong. No one changes Trump - he changes you. Pence could be leading the way in seeking an Amendment 25 resolution to this dysfunctional presidency. Instead, by his inaction and support of Trump he has become a part of the problem. https://www.yahoo.com/news/tom-coleman-donald-trump-mike-pence-impeach-113308231.html
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    Fill the swamp! Fill the swamp! Fill the swamp!
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    She is starting to come across as a person wt 'gravitas' - the word battered about in 2000. She has depth and seems to walk the talk. The headline for the article is misleading and the story it seems wants to paint her as a 1%er who had divided interest and not really for the 'forgotten man'. After reading the article, I'm more impressed.
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    @NUance you're a sight for sore eyes brah!
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    Dachon Burke apparently needs to start going to class. Listed as a junior in 18-19 and also for 19-20. Is this how we cheat the years of eligibility rule?
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    If 2 candidates are equal, I want the woman to win, or the minority, or the gay person, etc. Because it opens doors for a wider range of people in the future.
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    https://www.insidethehall.com/2019/05/22/potb-278-tim-miles/ Indiana basketball themed podcast... Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is available weekly. After a week hiatus, Morris and Bozich are back with former Nebraska coach Tim Miles to discuss a variety of topics, including his time at Nebraska, his sideline battle with Tom Crean back in 2014, his thoughts on IU under Archie Miller and much more. Among the topics discussed: • What it was like coaching in the Big Ten the last seven years • His 3-2 record against the Hoosiers at Assembly Hall during his tenure in Lincoln • What he’s been doing in the months since being let go at Nebraska • What the media and those on the outside don’t understand about coaching at the highest level of college basketball • Is recruiting fun? • The sideline kerfuffle with Crean in 2014 in Lincoln • When will Archie get it rolling in Bloomington? • Plans for next season and whether he may stop for a visit at IU • Tim’s first visit to Assembly Hall and how he broke the law to enter the building
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    In 5-4-3-2-1......people start complaining about the ridiculously high prices of beer in Memorial Stadium.
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    His high school coach is now at Maryland...that’s where he’s going...yet there was “no contact before he entered the portal.”
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    Holy moly, man woman and child, do I hear your groans in the aisles. We were lucky enough to move down during the Riley Era when people were pissed off enough to dump their seats. 50 rows in three years - the equivalent of generations of moving onward & downward. But when we sat in Section 35, Row 84, we didn't even try to leave games for at least 15 minutes, and a lot of times more. We have the 25th largest stadium in the world. A veritable palace for sports. But that doesn't mean we don't need to upgrade it.
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    It's more of an opportunity to get noticed, and Martinez will actually be a counselor - the camp itself is for high schoolers. The college guys participate in a lot of challenges though, so it's a good opportunity to get noticed. But it's not a camp where coaches will be trying to change his throwing motion or anything.
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    I've added a bunch of new previews in the past week. The preview mags are hitting shelves, so we should start seeing a bunch of stuff soon.
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    I don’t even know why you would bring up Riley’s last year. Different coach, different roster, and way different culture.
  49. 1 point
    Look at our schedule again. Then watch the last 6 games of last season. IMO no koolaid is required to predict 10 wins.
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    https://247sports.com/college/nebraska/Article/Nebraska-Huskers-athletics-director-Bill-Moos-Fred-Hoiberg--132088043/ He doesn’t explicitly say “dome” but it probably falls under the “improving fan comfort”
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