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Neither was going from the brick phone that you needed a messenger bag to lug around to the best in smartphone technology that Samsung can offer iPhone fans DNI , neither was any stadium that you have fond memories of, neither was anything that you and I enjoy and take for granted every day of our lives.
Your phone, your computer, your car, the advancements in medicine, everything around us took time to get to where we are. Sometimes, you gotta take the scorn in order for future generations to not have to go the same things that we are currently going through as we speak. So please… at least consider the message that the protesters from yesterday delivered. So where does this game fall short? The pants that Mizzou chose to wear.
I mean, the game still looked alright, but not really Top 10 material in my book. Rumors that she played the leading role in the upcoming Sonic movie are almost entirely untrue. I like. Thanks TJ! Great intro. Interestingly, TJ and I in e-mails and Jimmer Vilk via the Twitter were discussing the Harvard-Yale happenings yesterday right as and after they were happening.
To which I responded with one of my favorite quotes from my favorite Congressman, the great John Lewis:. And lead us to higher heights. It is the struggle of a lifetime, or maybe many lifetimes. You may agree and you may disagree — these are, after all, just opinions and everyone has one. Feel free to let him know what you think in the comments section. The ESPN article on the theft of the Stanford Axe got me in the right mindset to take in all the rivalry games Saturday, of which four made the top 5 and were played in historic venues boasting phenomenal atmospheres.
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It was a weekend for true college football fans and helped to set the scene as we go down the stretch to the end of the regular season. Honorable mention Colorado State Wyoming.
Harvard Yale. This was a fun entry into this historic rivalry that riveted me and anyone else who managed to get back to it when the second half finally kicked off. Akron Miami. The subtle helmet fade from red to white was nicely done by Miami too. Cal Stanford. Stanford lost the axe, but won my admiration for their good choice! I love that since these teams continue to play this game as a color on color contest. Like 5 on this list, I have no rooting interest in this game, but I tune in year after year to watch these rivals play their hearts out in either the Coliseum or the Rose Bowl in their great home uni sets.
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All of those factors pushed this game to the top of the list this week! Our worst of the week came Tuesday night in Dekalb, IL when the Eagles and Huskies decided they did not care if you knew who was who on the field! The opposite was true for Eastern Michigan, whose numbers disappeared when hit square on by the spotlights! Thanks Memal! All of the trackers are back! More Here.
Follow Rex on Twitter here. And new for ! More here. Follow Dennis on Twitter here. Follow Ethan on Twitter here. Big XII. Follow Kyle on Twitter here. Welcome to the Oregon Ducks Uni Tracker. This little project was originally begun way back in by Michael Princip , who retired after several seasons, whereupon the project was continued by Tim E. He, too, retired from the tracking, but the project has been ably kept up by the man who also tracks the Pac12, Dennis Bolt.
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And now a few quick words from Paul: Hi there. NFL News : You know how players trade jerseys after games? OBJ has a massive framed collection. Louis Blues game from Al N.
Wonder if there will be any script uniforms in the near future for Cuse. Who thought this was a good idea? I came back with a new terrypluto book. And milk. Paul is always sharing how folks sport their pins.
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After news broke that the University of Southern Mississippi was interviewing former Baylor head coach Art Briles for its offensive coordinator job, fans of the program were split. Some were excited that a former Power 5 head coach could potentially help create a strong program at USM.
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