Is he impossible to replace? Does his presence on the field alter the opponent’s game plan? If he fails to do his job, are the results catastrophic?
For some reason (probably because it’s June), this tweet drifted onto my Twitter stream and I couldn’t get […]
The Transfer Portal giveth, yes, but the transfer portal also taketh away, as we are all at the terrible mercy of mad whims, delusions of grandeur and hurt feelings.
I’d totally watch a 6-episode Ted origin story. When did he buy that recliner? Where does he work? Does he even know how many children he has?
We’re in Phase Two of a master plan, y’all
Bottomline: Balado now has a team with as much talent as anyone in the Sun Belt. He has perimeter shooting, rebounds, big game experience and leadership on the floor. He doesn’t have a “back to the basket” big, but he’s not that concerned. In fact, I haven’t seen him this stoked for some time.
apply science to the picks; just went with my increasingly expanding gut. If you disagree, I invite you to keep it to yourself.
Listen, I don’t pick the months. I barely pick the content. You’re just gonna have to eat what I serve, and today it’s me spending about 45 minutes determining the highest ranked transfer player for each Sun Belt team. Just mail me my Pulitzer.
In recent days, Jones has become a Level 11 Transfer Portal Mage, craftily spackling the holes in both the offense and defense with a range of college football’s malcontents. Jones has addressed problems a linebacker, offensive line, and quarterback like a Dad browsing the Home Depot.
Thing is, some people like beets. And when you say that “beets suck,” you’re implying that people who like beets sort of suck, too. I didn’t intend to insult lovers of beets. I just don’t like beets. But a small fraction of people who like a good beet will remember your slander forever.