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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: October 08, 2019, 07:44:25 AM »
How about what Carolina has done after Newton has been sidelined?

I do feel for cam, a little, I think that franchise has run him into the ground a bit. He played through a lot of injuries. But, he's also a fruit cake with a weird ego. So I can't help but laugh when a back up that nobody knows is the first backup QB since the 90s to go 4-0 in his first career starts. And how about Christian McCaffrey?! Holy shit, that kid is really putting up some numbers. Then Luke Kuechly, a top 3 linebacker every year and arguably the best, is putting up even more exceptional numbers than usual. So long Cam and thanks for 2016! :lolsign:

We all know his potential though. Hopefully the franchise doesn't run CMC into the ground in the next few years. He's playing like someone that's gonna tear their ACL one of these days...

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: October 06, 2019, 09:16:51 AM »
I didn't catch Tennessee Georgia but I did watch almost all of unc vs g tech. Georgia tech didn't play well at all and got lucky several times. Sam Howell nailed wide open receivers twice in the end zone on 3rd down,  on 2 separate drives,  with one resulting in a missed FG. Halftime should've easily been 30-0 instead of 17-0. Bad coverage by g tech and the same happened in the 3rd quarter on nc's receiving end. I saw tweets in articles after to strip the receivers scholarships from lack of effort, lmao. Two huge turnovers by nc with one directly putting g tech in position to immediately score after. So NC got very lucky as well that ga tech couldn't capitalize unless it was served on a platter. The announcers said they had improved a lot especially since the citadel loss but I only watched the end of that game. Ga tech let nc coast for a win for more than 3/4 of a game despite dropped passes for basically free TD's and big turnovers. Bad coaching calls for g tech too. On UNC's end there hasn't been big coaching blunders for the past two games at least. Clemson especially. Although I think they should've done what they were doing the whole game for that failed 2pt conversion against Clemson because it was WORKING Haha. The OC 'tried' to catch them off with an option play to the right and dabo said his DC went up to him and predicted the exact play call.

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: October 05, 2019, 01:54:27 PM »
I mean... I think AOC's answer was appropriate for the most part. Vague, deflective, typical politician baloney might've been the best thing for someone that bat shit crazy. I doubt coherently explaining why we shouldn't consume babies to her would've went well.

Speaking of which, the lefty mainstream media outlets are all saying she was a trump supporter. But it could be a group of radical leftists posing as trump supporters that pose as AOC supporters. It's up in the air whether or not George Soros funneled some money into a citizen support group that is affiliated with brettbart, and by the request of brettbart Donald Jr. has talked at several of their fundraising events. Sarah Huckabee Sanders' cousin is the recording corresponding secretary for the organization as well, so it REALLY, REALLY doesn't look good for the republicans. Baby-cannibalism-gate will be the undoing of Trump 2020.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: October 02, 2019, 09:20:13 AM »
UNC started out ranked 58th in strength of schedule. They are now 5th. Notre Dame is still #1, because they overrate their opponents so the wins mean a lot and the losses mean little(same with ohio state). Sucks the preseason SoS was so off in the FPI though. They set the narrative for the ACC coastal to be trash, and now they have duke 4-1(1 loss to alabama), UVA 4-1(1 loss to Notre dame), and wake forest 5-0 all on NC's schedule. NC is probably the best 2-3 team right now. I'd say SC normally had they not played each other in their opener.

Media on big 10: "Remember when Indiana gave ohio state a hard time? Northwestern beat Indiana!!! Man, the big 10 is just so good and so competitive!!!!"

Media on ACC coastal: "Well the acc coastal started out with unc, va tech, and miami all 5-0 but now they've all dropped a game to each other. The coastal is just so inconsistent no team stands out"

^That was 4-5 years ago haha, and if anything the big 10 was marginally worse than normal. The coastal is hit or miss but writing them off from the start sucks. Uphill battle to get a good bowl game from there.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 28, 2019, 06:30:35 PM »
I liked it too. The play selection on the other hand... But, that was the best game I've seen all season so far maybe. The ACC haters are already saying Clemson is trash and shouldn't be ranked, but whatever.

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: September 28, 2019, 05:50:36 PM »
I can resonate with what everyone said. Still trying to figure out why the democrats are becoming so out of touch with their more informed constituency. I keep saying 'classic liberal'. I'm not sure if that's correct or not, but I mean respectable liberal prioritizing the issues I listed over a 3 year old's right to choose their gender. Relying on the youth and the dumb to show up to the polls seems like a long shot.

I'm not sure yet either, but the democratic ticket is currently my least appealing option.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 28, 2019, 04:50:07 PM »
Saturday...

https://247sports.com/college/north-carolina/Article/Dabo-Swinney-Sam-Howell-Baker-Mayfield-comparison-Clemson-North-Carolina-136081454/

NC's Sam Howell is 80th in total QBR, but closer to 8th if you only count his 4th quarter stats. He's 7 for 8 on 4th downs. 4 games and even in defeat he has a knack for winning the 4th quarter and having all the momentum. When the pressure on, somehow with some luck, the kid does absurdly better. The pressure will be on the whole game against clemson and the spread is 28.5 pts. Despite NC having little to no chance of actually winning, I think I'll place a wager on +28.5.

Man, this exceeded my own expectations. That was actually one of the best games I've seen so far this season! I hope y'all caught it, that 2pt conversion call at the end........yeah............. but a really good game nonetheless. What a weird consistency NC has. The best at thriving in the moment and under pressure. The announcer said before the game he IS actually the #1 QB in the nation in 4th quarter, I was just guessing he was up there previously. And to think the great 4th quarter stats carried him to get a whopping 80th total QBR, hahaha. This was freshman Sam Howell's best game yet by far and very fitting against Clemson.

Any time clemson seemed off it was largely due to NC playing well. Although I admit when watching UNC's defense shred clemson's OL and sack Trevor Lawrence a few times I was waiting for Ashton Kutcher to pop out saying I've been punk'd.

Did duke just become our best hope to beat notre dame? :WTF:

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: September 28, 2019, 06:00:14 AM »
Most of that video was new to me. Never heard of the movie, but it was a good watch.

If voting day was tomorrow how would y'all vote? Or would you not vote? I'm not asking for A or B. Would leaning towards classic liberal views or moderate conservative views force you to vote for a candidate you don't like? And, how would the democratic candidate contrast to trump with the liberal foundation of free speech, power to the people, private property rights, peace, etc? That's probably a tougher dilemma than if it were flipped. I assume most conservative leaning moderates that aren't fans of trump are probably more disgusted with the current left, but that's not saying they'd go for trump. Plenty of no-votes in there.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 26, 2019, 08:12:54 PM »
Pardon the B100D posts, but:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBR6fqzryHk

hahaha

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: September 26, 2019, 02:32:05 PM »
What a time to be alive.


This is my to reaction to... just about everything these days. Pretty much just shake my head at it all and only feel pity.

It'd be beneficial for them if their own children were autistic, although the kid may not mutually benefit from being raised by people that dumb.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 26, 2019, 08:27:27 AM »
 :lolsign: :evilgrin:

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: September 25, 2019, 05:16:14 PM »
I'll be the first to say that Pelosi has found the long-awaited smoking gun.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4pJhi_0qII

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 25, 2019, 12:55:00 PM »
Notre Dame gets Virginia next. They'll be in South Bend, but still, Virginia ain't no freebie this year. They are 4-0 right now.

And even if Virginia does beat them next week, they could still win the remaining 8 games and be somewhere in the top 6 come conference championship weekend. And they don't have a conference championship game like everyone else. They don't have to face a tough opponent that weekend and risk taking one more loss just before they pick the playoff teams.

They also play Michigan on Oct 26th and Virginia Tech on Nov 2nd. HOPEFULLY one of them can beat them too. If Notre Dame can manage to lost just 2 more, they'll be out of the running and far back enough in the ranks to not interfere with anyone elses chances.

For reference, Their remaining schedule is:

Sep 28 - Virginia
Oct 5 - Bowling Green
Oct  12 - USC Trojans
Oct 26 - Michigan
Nov 2 - Virginia Tech
Nov 9 - Duke
Nov 16 - Navy
Nov 23 - Boston College
Nov 30 - Stanford

See what I mean? Virginia is the only one with a better than fair chance at beating them. If Michigan wanted to be everyones hero for once, they'd kick the shit outta Notre Dame for the good of the college football community this year. :thumbsup:

Virginia has a chance, and so does Michigan. VA Tech, Boston College, and USC are the next 3 teams to mention after those two and they ALL play at ND. That really fucking sucks, lol. BC is known to run the ball down team's throats at home(like they did against VA Tech). ND has 3 away games left: Duke, Stanford, and Michigan.

So that pretty much leaves Virginia, then Michigan. Shitty.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 25, 2019, 12:44:09 PM »
Saturday...

https://247sports.com/college/north-carolina/Article/Dabo-Swinney-Sam-Howell-Baker-Mayfield-comparison-Clemson-North-Carolina-136081454/

NC's Sam Howell is 80th in total QBR, but closer to 8th if you only count his 4th quarter stats. He's 7 for 8 on 4th downs. 4 games and even in defeat he has a knack for winning the 4th quarter and having all the momentum. When the pressure on, somehow with some luck, the kid does absurdly better. The pressure will be on the whole game against clemson and the spread is 28.5 pts. Despite NC having little to no chance of actually winning, I think I'll place a wager on +28.5.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 25, 2019, 12:15:17 PM »
Penn State v. Maryland on Friday. Penn St(-6) and the O/U is 61.5. Penn St hasn't been able to rack up the points this season like the last 2 years, and it's @ Maryland. A good wager is to take Penn State covering the spread parlayed with the under.

VA Tech is also playing at home against duke favored at -2.5. Might not be a bad one to take.

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