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  • Jan 06, 2019 02:29 PM
    Last: 5d
    PowerPlay Wrote:

    Also, I don't know if this was a playoff game or not, but this is truly one of the most insane accident plays of all time.

    Yep that's a playoff game from '72. Great play.

    Stefon Diggs Makes Miracle TD Catch on Last Play, Vikings Win!

    This one comes to mind. Probably the best play from last year's playoffs. 10 seconds to go, down by 1, way out of field goal range and Diggs gets the crazy catch jumping clear over one defender and staying on his feet enough to run it in for a touchdown.
  • Dec 30, 2018 12:12 AM
    Last: 11d
    Straight up coin flip game for me. I've thought all year long Clemson is easily the #1 team in the country. Alabama plays best in big games.. Has the makings of another classic; can't imagine a blow out from either team.
  • Dec 30, 2018 03:56 PM
    Last: 19d
    I kinda want to watch this. Very Happy Dumb as it is, I would if I saw it on ESPN2 or whatever. At least just to see the fans and hear the commentary and all that.
  • Dec 28, 2018 02:52 PM
    Last: 20d

    NBA sends memo to teams as reminder of anti-tampering rule

    Lebron James is tipping the scales and pissing off a lot of the league with him trying to recruit talent to the Lakers. I wasn't aware of this 'anti-tampering rule' in the NBA. But basically its a broad based rule that says you can't mess with other player's contracts.

    That means a lot of things, like going out and trying to recruit players under contract to another team mid season for example is very frowned upon, to the point that many small market GMs are complaining to the league and the NBA is going to make an example of somebody, so the problem stops.

    Lebron James looks to be that somebody. I don't know if the league will actually fine him for his social media and interview antics, but maybe so.

    Leads me to an interesting debate topic: Should players be fined for talking openly about trying to recruit other talent to their teams if those players are still under contract?

    I don't know, man. That's a lot of social media policing in my opinion. I say just convince your talent that he is better off where he is, and let the chips fall where they may. Thoughts?

  • Dec 23, 2018 10:02 PM
    Last: 25d
    Hard to argue against the ACC. 4 teams in the top 10 right now. I'll throw in the SEC for a #2 contender for this year onward. Look for Tennessee and Kentucky to make some noise.
  • Dec 21, 2018 03:15 AM
    Last: 27d
    The 2006 Rose Bowl was the very fist bowl game I ever watched. No game has been able to top it since though I did enjoy Alabama losing to Clemson a few years ago. Awesome to see Watson enter the league and have immediate success. Makes that college career of his that much more interesting to look back on. Seriously talented; lots of teams slept on him in the draft.
  • Dec 22, 2018 01:55 AM
    Last: 21d
    Since the CFP came along its really hard not to pick the playoff bowl games #1. Gimme the Orange Bowl. Anyone else feel like its Oklahoma's year?
  • Dec 21, 2018 03:32 AM
    Last: 25d

    Do you think it really matters what a team is ranked in AP polling throughout the regular season, leading up to March Madness for college basketball?

    I mean I know it matters as we get closer to the big dance for seeding purposes. I just think there's so much turnover with the top 25 throughout the season (typically anyways) that I really don't pay much attention to it, even though every time I'm on ESPN that seems all they want to talk about.

    Its not like college football where seeding determines playoffs and bowl selections. 64 teams make it. So really, why the big focus?

  • Nov 11, 2017 05:06 PM
    Last: 29d

    I think if its just one or two sitting out, its not smart. But the more that do it, the smarter it is.

    Updated list of players skipping bowl season for NFL Draft

    There's at least 16 players just from this list alone. I think I would. You have such a small window, and if you are that good why risk getting hurt for a game that won't matter in the long run. It only makes sense if you need to pad your resume for scouts.

  • Oct 05, 2018 11:40 PM
    Last: 3mo
    PowerPlay Wrote:

    I think Conor will win this fight. I don't think he deserves to, but I think he'll win. He's just proven himself too many times. And I don't think Khabib has what it takes to knock or tap Conor out. What do you think?

    McGregor's an asshole that honestly doesn't deserve this fight. But since it's happening, I agree with you.