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Mike Mcdee

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  1. Which one were you right on? If you don't want to say publicly that's fine. Or dm. Or not.
  2. That's back when we were at 50 posts a page. I don't even want to know how many pages it is now. I remember how let down I was only to be trolled by him on the field throwing the bones against us.
  3. Not that I'm checking SUPER close, but dude's a Ken doll... and those hands do seem small.
  4. Why do I feel like his tweet is ingenuous and is only meant to rile up a certain portion of the population? The people who don't understand how the impeachment process works. Or how any trial works for that mater. Some one should show Don that video of those lawyers who rap about not saying anything. It's super cheesy but applicable.
  5. I mean I think I know the answer, but why take trolling to this level?
  6. If he comes on his visit, I'm sure that's going to play well with the guys currently on campus. I know part of the recruitment process is a feeling out of fit with the player with the current team.
  7. I want to go in search of an r/askreddit to see if anyone has posed the question to military folks and how they feel about this. brb.
  8. No grandiose statement about how we are making America Great. No patriotism. No "America First" proclamation. This is them just saying "We can do as we want for our personal benefit...and you can't stop us". This can't be reasoned with because in a discussion, both parties have to be there to discuss. This shirt just just meant to troll.
  9. My pastor just did a sermon on this story on Sunday. It was a great sermon. He's very conservative by nature and tries not to get too much into politics, but this story was a perfect example of Luke 7:36-50 "A Sinful Woman Forgiven". In this moment, she isn't worthy of forgiveness, but that is why forgiveness is the perfect gift.
  10. Fong with a hunch is nice, but I'd prefer Johnson with a fax machine.
  11. If you he's in your area, and enjoy good music, go see Tyler Childers. Or just watch/listen to him in Red Rocks. 

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hG6zYAtYr30&t=2109s

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    2. B.B. Hemingway

      B.B. Hemingway

      Guys like Childers, Sturgill,  and Colter Wall have more talent in their pinkie than the people you hear on the radio have in their whole bodies.

    3. Mike Mcdee

      Mike Mcdee

      There is a difference between what is played on country stations and these types of artists. 

    4. BlitzFirst

      BlitzFirst

      I don't listen to the radio...so I can't relate to the comparison.

  12. Keef, your shirts not as long as you think it is.
  13. My hope is that Mills sees the field a little better. Shows some patience and finds the cutback lanes. Colin Miller on D.
  14. Strained my abdominal muscles from trying to take down a fishbowl by myself. Friends did the trick where they were acting like they were helping and I chugged the whole thing. Painted the porcelain red from the Red Snapper. Top 5 hangovers ever.
  15. He may not be anyway because of the weed violation.
  16. I think my Kool-Aid soaked opinion is that the offense might be even better since AM has a better understanding of the offense and how it puts the defense in conflict and having to choose a poison. I never meant to imply that AM wasn't any good last year as a true freshman. If we have receivers that can play catch, this will be a fun offense to watch. I'm hoping our unknowns come out in our favor in regards to that receiving corp.
  17. I wasn't trying to say any one player going forward is going to hamper Martinez's development. I was just saying that knowing Morgan was available may have caused him to look more his way and not as much where the route concept design should take his eyes. This offense is based on creating mismatches and getting the ball to players in space. With more comfort in the system, he may know where to look rather than rely on "ole' reliable".
  18. This is in no way a knock on Stanley. He is a great receiver with great hands. His ability to get open and then run after the catch was a tremendous asset to this team. The thing I was wondering is if AM's reliance on him as a trusty go to might have limited his ability in this offense. There are a couple of factors in this. 1. AM was a true freshman who hadn't played a meaningful down in over a year and was in a brand new college system. 2. Stanley was almost a safety blanket for Martinez. With his knowledge of the offense, he may have mainly been concerned with Morgan's route and not as much the concepts of who might be getting a better mismatch. With these things being said and Frost's statement of AM having the full gambit of the offense at his disposal now, I'm cautiously optimistic about the offense this season. Even with the loss of Morgan and Ozibigo, if Martinez knows the where to distribute the ball, they might be pretty tough to beat.
  19. Does anyone else have this sense of the national media, betting sites, and pundits hyping us up more than the local and even our own fan base? Usually it's the them that has to water down our Kool Aid. I feel like our fan base is going to be a little more reserved because of how down we have been for so long. I guess if the hype train is coming down the tracks, hop on it.
  20. This may be in the minority opinion, but there was a segment of the George Stephanopolous interview that I was let down by ABC. The whole guy coughing during the interview and Trump stopping them and wanting to redo it seemed inappropriate to keep in the final cut. That is something that felt petty to keep in in order to make him look bad. There were so many other things from that interview that reflect poorly him. Keeping that in, feeds the narrative that the press is out to get him. Politics aside, he granted you fairly wide ranging and open interview. Cut that interaction out.
  21. Some of the things coming from players who have completely bought make me think that anyone not willing to put in the work to make the team better in the off season are made to fairly uncomfortable. I seem to remember Mo Barry calling out Breon Dixon via social media. I hate to loose players but maybe it's a culture thing where the team is policing itself. Or he wanted to be closer to home and effort had nothing to do with it.
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