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Blue Horn

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  • Birthday 12/18/1970

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  1. I could see it going both ways. We get Harrison back so we will go back to a better guard and tackle combo. By all accounts Raulerson was pushing Espinosa in camp. Supposedly Raulerson is a very smart player and is an honor student so he has the capacity to make the calls.Also, Raulerson has a nasty streak and is 280+ so he isn't exactly small. It is also worth noting that Raulerson and Swoopes have been taking a lot of snaps together so they will be comfortable together. I doubt we are going to be doing much drop back passing, and I would bet that most plays will be attacking the edges to take advantage of our tackles and guards and taking pressure off Raulerson. Ian Boyd pointed out that we will likely do a lot of roll out passing with the option for Swoopes to run. That would also take a lot of pressure off of Raulerson.
  2. I like the layout and set up, but the structure itself is kind of ugly on the outside.
  3. Previously (even when we sucked), I could not get enough of preseason college football shows, or college football shows in general. Now, I hardly watching anything. The SEC suckfest is insufferable.
  4. Very well said! I am just burned out and tired of the crazy ups and downs of my business. What I do for a living makes high stakes poker seem boring. Honestly, I would much rather make less money and be part of building something. Early on in my career (about 5 to 6 years in), one of my experts was the chair of a medical school and offered me a job as a graduate assistant while I went back to med school to get my PhD in medical sciences. I wanted to develop and artificial womb. I really regret not taking that offer. Even though I have a BBA, I always did much better in my science classes. I came within a hair of changing my major my senior year to get my prereq.s for medical school, but then I got into some good law schools and started thinking about making money rather than being a poor college student. Sorry for the rant (i actually deleted a lot of it), but your post got me traveling down memory lane.
  5. I am a trial lawyer with my own firm. However, despite having a successful career I hate my job. Unfortunately, being in my mid 40s I am pretty much stuck. If none of my children become lawyers, I will have been successful in at least one aspect of my life.
  6. Please post more! Great post, I agree with you 100%.
  7. Very well written and rational post. I only wish there were more of our fans like you. Being negative is going to do nothing, but make it hard on Strong. There are plenty of recruits that come to these boards. I just wish that the more positive people would post more often. Unfortunately, t seems like the negative posters are going the most posting, and it is the same thing over and over again.
  8. Seriously? An article by a Bammer SEC homer and Aggie article on Bleacher report? Both are just rehashes of the ESPN article. The second article wasn't even that bad. Frankly, I am tired of all the hand wringing. Lets see how things go for a while before we all jump of a cliff. Heck, at least wait and see how the July 18th elite camp goes. And wasn't there some hacked of people at the coaching clinic saying the article was a bunch of BS?
  9. The best I have ever had was fresh mango gelato at a little geltao place in Jaco, Costa Rica. I know, gelato is not the same as ice cream, but it is close. In the US, Ben & Jerry's Phish Food!
  10. I did not mean to insinuate that it would kill CFB. I do think it would hurt the cheating model that the SEC has based itself on because it would not be able to compete for the money hungry kids with the minor leagues.
  11. I wonder if a minor league football league that took kids right out of HS would kill the SEC. All the kids enamored with the SEC would start seeing an easier route to the NFL and would be able to get paid in the open and they would not have to fake going to class.
  12. Anything made by Macallan is great. I prefer Macallan 18, which is reasonably priced at $200 a bottle. Macallan 12 is great also and is only $70 a bottle. If you have the disposable cash Macallan's 25 and 30 are amazing, but at $1,000 and $2,000 a bottle they are a bit too pricey for me. Plus, they are very hard to find. If you are a real big spender, you might want to get a bottle of Macallan 64 in Lalique for the modest sum of $460,000 a bottle. The most expensive bottle I have seen is Master of Malt's 105 year old whiskey at 1.4 million! Seriously though, you can't beat Macallan's, and the best part is I have yet to get a handover from the stuff! There are so few artifacts in any of their whiskeys that you just don't get a hang over.
  13. If the Big 12 merged with the Big East, the Texas and OU fan bases would have imploded. The Big 12 sucks as it is, there is no need to make things worse. I despise Dodds for keeping us in this craptastic conference.
  14. I am really starting to like our practice jerseys. I think they would look great with black pants, black cleats and a clack helmet with the burnt orange longhorn outlined in white.

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