10 straight against UT!
We've got the Texas Aggies on Saturday in Tuscaloosa, a bye week after that, and then Baton Rouge the following week. We should be a big favorite in both of those games but they are really the only threat left on the schedule. I know we will be tested again at some point just not sure when that will be.
Yeah, you said that 9 times, but he didn't really care.
I agree with you. Trespassing journalist should be held accountable just as assaulting police officers should. The nature of one's job does not grant them special privileges...at least it shouldn't.
Sure they could. The better question is could unions survive without government help?
I'm not in Danke's field so I can't speak to that, but in my industry (non-residential construction,) unions would die tomorrow without government intervention.
I'd agree with Washington, OSU, Houston, Alabama, Clemson, and Louisville. I'd say tossup with Wisky, UM, Arkansas, Mississippi and the Ags.
They would mudhole those second tier teams like Colorado, AF, Maryland, Indiana, Wake Forest, and Boise. Stanford is a one trick pony and Notre Dame is a program in disarray.
I'd struggle to name 10 teams better right now and you think you can come up with 25?
I'll admit that I'm a little biased since I'm a very weird Alabama fan in that UT is my second favorite team, but come on...25 teams better than UT right now?
No kidding. That was not the effort you want to see in that situation. That was a pretty good game to watch. Clemson doesn't have much left on the schedule, so they're sitting in pretty good shape.
UT better get their stuff together; that spotting points crap isn't going to fly if y'all want to host us as an undefeated team.
I hate UGA, so I hope Tennessee can do their second half thing and win. Did you see #1 for UT think he was walking into the end zone and get lit up? Idiot
Yeah, Bama has SC and the Ole Miss Black Bears behind us and will get into the meat of our schedule after this week...although no one really poses a threat to us.
The 3 of us are talking past each other.
I don't define academia as all faculty or all doctorate faculty of a college or university. Doctorate professors of physics or applied mathematics don't exist in the same "academia" as a doctor of political science; a doctor of physical anthropology doesn't exist in the same "academia" as a doctor of cultural anthropology.
The latter side of those I listed are in a part of academia that perpetuates itself not on demand or content but by getting published or landing grants and bringing dollars back to the university. Their whole existence depends on review boards and grant committees whose membership are 100% far left. There are black holes in academia that serve as nothing more than left wing echo chambers and it is not some tiny percentage like you want to believe, it's a large portion of faculties and almost totally administrations.
Professional academia is a joke.
Buildings are designed by architects and engineers and built by construction professionals and yes architects, engineers, and construction managers went to college, but they weren't involved in academia. There is a big difference between becoming an architect, PE, or project manager and making a career out of college.
Wash it down with some water; you'll be alright.
Last I heard, DJT backed the same thing the NRA backed in regards to the no-fly list, a 72 hour period for the government to prove their case against said individual in front of a judge. That's a far cry from outright gun bans and the overturning of Heller and or McDonald. If you like your gun rights, Donald Trump is the best candidate in the race.
No you haven't.
Today I can go down to Bass Pro or log on to armslist and buy an AR, AK, or AUG and 30 round mags to go with it. I can throw them in the truck and ride around with them. I can take them to the range or to the farm to shoot. I can stick them in the safe and never worry about being a felon for having them. The Supreme Court can change that with the a few strokes on a keyboard by some 24 year old clerk from Harvard Law.
That is reality. Shouting down people that state this truth doesn't help you. Going on demented off med negative rep crusades against us doesn't help you. The only thing that can help you is Donald J Trump.
One of the toughest squads we had left on the schedule!
That LSU-Auburn game hurt my heart. Les Miles' days in Death Valley have got to be numbered.
Ole Miss and The Aggies looked pretty good. UT looked really good; I pray that they can handle UGA and A&M in their next two games, but both are on the road.
Some good match-ups next week Stanford-UDub Friday and a good Saturday slate with Louisville-Clemson, UT-Georgia, and Wisky-Michigan