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I think its unfortunate that almost a year after the incident, this surfaces. True or not, it seems like every time someone hits it big, someone wants to tear them down. Just can't get on board with that.
The best player in College Football is Johnny Football. Johnny Manziel is my 2013 Heisman. Nobody can bring to the table what he does.
Another night of long drinking and bad decisions.
Leonard has the hot chick, but I have that with my wife. I don't have the smarts like Sheldon. So I'll go with the genius in Sheldon Cooper!
Phillips Diner, Bogeys & Firehouse Subs. Honorable Mention: Granite City
Absolutely not! Position players aren't worth that kind of money. Pitchers are. So no, i'd pay Cano, not the money he wants, but I would like to see him continue in the pin stripes.
I would go with Gus Bradley because i feel his job security is the safest. Bradley is in year 1. Frazier and Schiano have been around for a few years now. The future is now and they may be out of jobs come 2014.
Clearly its "Blurred Lines"...
First lets narrow it down to SEC football fans. I know Vanderbilt would score the highest, but I've had some unfortunate experiences with Kentucky football fans thinking they were better than they were and thinking they could someday compete for titles in the SEC. So I'd go UK.
I have been really impressed with LSU. Not alot of people giving them a chance in the SEC to win another title, but I love their depth, and willingness to stay true to their identity. Plus, you have to be impressed with my favorite team the Miami Hurricanes and their huge win over Florida in week two.
Gotta have hydration, H2O and Beer! Then I go steaks not hot dogs and brats. Add some cole slaw and baked beans and some dessert then you're set.
For every player that leaves the Twins organization that goes on to do well, there's another who struggles. Most notably Johan Santana who left Minnesota to go to New York and the Mets and he's only stuggled with injuries since. I would not put too much into the trade of Justin Morneau, because he's becoming a FA at the end of the season and he's had concussion issues that are alarming. Ideally yes, you'd like to be good all the time and get all the FA's, but that is not always reality.
Nash, T-Mac and easy answer - Chris Paul.