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One game. Look at everything else if you’re interested in a more accurate view. And try to unclench your fists and lower your fury just a bit....
Which of the two of them scares D coordinators more? It’s an easy answer.
You saw the game when their field got destroyed, right? Was that destruction another intentional act involving nefarious activity? Lol
Look at who those stats were compiled against. That would be helpful for you.
I asked yesterday: Which one scares D coordinators more? Promise you the answer would be lopsided.
Your credit score? The highest you’ve ever counted? A code for you and your pals? If you can’t or won’t talk IU football, would you at least find...
The issue is that some are saying there’s no real difference between the two which is, well, idiotic. We’re fortunate to have an experienced back...
But you’re still wise to recognize the limits of your prevarications and simply head to the bench.
NCAA policies are nearly always first dollar coverages as well, so no deductible or co-pay obligations exist for the player or his family....
You’re wise to not even try to bs your way through that one. Good choice to tap out.
And much, much longer than the likes of you. On that point we can no doubt agree.
The parents aren’t a party to any policy of insurance for the player as it relates to university sponsored athletics. IU and every other P5...
Which one worries D coordinators more? The answer to that is easy, by the way.
That said, it’s time for everyone else to step up. Injuries happen...
How is FSU screwing up the hiring process?
Didn’t you claim Brohm purposely tried to get Sindelar injured? Did he do that to the back up, too?
Try to unclench your fists, especially when you type. It should help.
I can assure you I’ve been an IU football fan longer than he’s known the school or program existed.
What do those Purdue losses have to do with IU’s progress? Talk about moving the goalposts when you’re failing to make a convincing point.
Should have said “arguing anything”. Spellcheck only works with proofreading. I was just responding to your false statement, which was telling.