- #1 by Jackrabbit Hog on Today at 05:17:30 am
Quote from: Pig in the Pokey on April 24, 2017, 03:22:32 pmhttps://www.thrillist.com/entertainment/nation/adam-sandler-netflix-movies-sandy-wexler"NETFLIX USERS HAVE SPENT OVER 500,000,000 HOURS WATCHING ADAM SANDLER MOVIES..."Pretty sure that's one of the seven signs of the apocalypse.
- #2 by Jackrabbit Hog on Today at 05:15:10 am
Quote from: ChitownHawg on Today at 04:47:58 amJA had one great year here and it was parlayed into a good draft. I was worried he left too early. He had the talent, so what prevented him from eventually becoming good?I don't think he had that mean streak that an NFL DL must have. By all accounts, he was as nice as could be, a solid guy all around. He just didn't have the "thug" in him that so many all pro types seem to have.
- #3 by Jackrabbit Hog on Today at 05:07:16 am
Quote from: bennyl08 on Today at 01:04:14 amLSUfan, please delete your earlier post that provides any sort of context to this. These last two posts sans context are amazing.Trust me, either context works for LSUfan in this case. He's got plenty of experience wearing protection and holding butts. Or maybe it's somebody else wearing the protection. Or both.
- #4 by Jackrabbit Hog on Today at 05:03:12 am
Quote from: ricepig on April 24, 2017, 10:03:34 amWhy you would slander Ponderin's good name like that is reprehensible.......That would be libel, Perry Mason, not slander.
- #5 by ChitownHawg on Today at 04:47:58 am
Quote from: Dahogs on April 24, 2017, 06:16:39 pmOh my check out Atlanta http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/biggest-nfl-draft-busts-for-all-32-nfl-teams-and-no-johnny-manziels-not-one/JA had one great year here and it was parlayed into a good draft. I was worried he left too early. He had the talent, so what prevented him from eventually becoming good?
- #6 by ChitownHawg on Today at 04:41:50 am
Quote from: MuskogeeHogFan on April 24, 2017, 07:26:27 pmWhat a hoot. According to the 2015 season Arkansas football generated 57 million in revenues and 29 million in profits. That is a pretty good margin. I'm pretty sure that other people who run companies that generate those kinds of revenues (and especially profit margins), work those kinds of hours, have a shower in their office and fly around in their company airplanes. The fact that you even attempt to compare say, a guy/lady who works in manufacturing as an example, to a completely different and fairly unique job (65 P-5 HC jobs in the country?) is hilarious. Oh yeah, we are pitting the average working man against a P-5 college football coach. "Up the Republic!", and all of that stuff. Pity the working man, right? Hey, those folks don't pity themselves, why should you? Oh yeah I forgot, you don't really care for our football coach. I'll bet those poor guys who work hard every day cutting and welding steel in building commercial trash compactors in Vernon, AL really resent Gus and Nick. Geez louise, your shtick gets old.I started to post a reply to him, but decided I could not stay civil. Great post and you stayed civil.
- #7 by aloha_kid on Today at 04:26:25 am
I was Aloha_kid ... wait I still am.
- #8 by PorkSoda on Today at 03:42:34 am
Quote from: Pig in the Pokey on April 24, 2017, 06:55:55 pmBlaine Gabbert, he of the Mallet rumor-mongering agent, displaced Matt Jones on Jax's list.add jake locker drafted 8th by the titans to the list of QBs taken ahead of mallett who are already out of the league
- #9 by bennyl08 on Today at 02:30:19 am
Sign him up!
- #10 by Rock City Razorback on Today at 01:25:05 am
They must have gotten back good info by now because news of players announcing has trailed off this past week, so the player pool is pretty much locked up. If they heard worthy news of a potential pick or good opportunity, why not hire an agent to further your stock and improve your chances if you for sure weren't going back to college? That's what trips me up about Macon and doesn't make any sense... If his mind is made up and everyone is getting this feeling of him leaving, plus the tweet, plus reports of skipping class (which could easily be fabricated), then why not just cut to the chase?