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|01-08-2012, 10:29 PM||#71 (permalink)|
Cooler than ACamp
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Back down to #6.... the time ahead of Michigan was short lived LOL
Bring on Arik Armstead later this week. And you gotta hope for Yuri Wright.
In other news, interested to see what kind of shakeups happen in the top 247. I think Darby is moving up and Yuri Wright is likely moving down. Wouldn't be surprised to see Arik move down a little too as he plays DE... maybe to a 98.
If Jarron Jones drops I'll be a bit pissed because he was both banged up and underweight from playing basketball... and still had a sack + some very good plays.
|01-08-2012, 10:35 PM||#73 (permalink)|
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|01-10-2012, 01:25 AM||#75 (permalink)|
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On the second item: I agree and it's self evident. And ESPN, like any "news" outlet (Fox, MSNBC and CNN, albeit to a lesser degree in my opinion) don't even bother to issue retractions or apologies, they just pretend like they never said it, never had anything to do with it. Hell, even when something happens with a former employee who is still prominent in sports they'll tell the story and then list every employer he/she ever had...except ESPN. Case in point is Mike Milbury, they never mentioned that he worked at ESPN when the "news" broke about his alleged assault on a 12-year-old kid but mentioned every other employer he had going back to the 80's. It was back in the mid 90s when he worked there but, again, they mentioned every other position on his resume going back further than that.
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|01-10-2012, 01:31 AM||#76 (permalink)|
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You should probably write this sh!t down!
|01-10-2012, 04:37 PM||#77 (permalink)|
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ESPN doesn't make those films.. others make them and ESPN just shows them.. I guess give them credit for showing good films, but it's not like they're theirs
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