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Hey sorry guys got called into active duty work for the Air Force. Couldn't keep up with the blog. Congrats to my opponent.
Sounds good. Best of luck!!
Posted Wednesday June 20, 2012, About: What are the three most intimidating arenas in the NBA?
1. I didn't say that there is no way to make an argument for the ARCO arena. This is what happens when things aren't read carefully, or at all.
2. And I'm saying that an old arena without upkeep or upgrades does no one any good. i.e. Kingdome, Metrodome, and almost/stadium every other stadium to get torn down due to wear and tear. I literally had no argument for the Delta Center, so I said a possible problem could be...
3. Don't get upset. We're all just here to have fun and talk some sports. No need to get heated over this. There is literally no reason to get upset. In all actuality, you failed to thoroughly read my entire argument. Perhaps if you had, you would see that half of your attack on my argument was incorrect...simply based on the fact that you did not read what I had to say. I'm sorry you felt the need to forfeit on some fun, but such is life. Take care, Gruden. Best of luck in the future.
Posted Tuesday June 19, 2012, About: What are the three most intimidating arenas in the NBA?
I agree. I root for Kevin Durant. I'm all about bringing class back to professional sports. IMO, the Thunder represent that of a modern-era Detroit Pistons swagger, but I've kept up with Durant for a few years now and he is nothing short of amazing. He is easily in the conversation for best player in the league, yet has the humbleness and humility of John Stockton. IMO...what more can you REALLY ask of a pro player?
Posted Tuesday June 19, 2012, About: What are the three most intimidating arenas in the NBA?
No problem. Fans can get a little touchy when you bring up other places/other arenas, so I try my best to not step on toes and explain why I picked what I did.
Posted Tuesday June 19, 2012, About: What are the three most intimidating arenas in the NBA?
True. It just didn't work into my consideration. Not saying it's a bad place, just was too new for me to consider. I tried to analyze arenas from as many angles as I could. And longevity/legacy was a factor.
Posted Tuesday June 19, 2012, About: What are the three most intimidating arenas in the NBA?
Like everywhere, Detroit has seen its ups and downs. But bring the bruising defense back (and they will be), and the Palace will be back in full swing.
Posted Tuesday June 19, 2012, About: What are the three most intimidating arenas in the NBA?
IMO, OKC cannot be included because the lack of time the Thunder have been in OKC. Sure, the OKC fans have shown their tenacity when the team is winning. What happens when they are losing? Where will the fans be when the Thunder start losing? Hopefully, not like Sacremento.
Posted Thursday June 14, 2012, About: Which NFL teams have the best AND worst fans in the league?
HA! I avoid tussels with Cheeseheads! They never quit. They just keep coming back...
Posted Thursday June 14, 2012, About: Which NFL teams have the best AND worst fans in the league?
Spoken like a true Cheesehead! HA
Posted Thursday June 14, 2012, About: Which NFL teams have the best AND worst fans in the league?
Bottom line: every team has it's share of fair weather fans.

I will source other parts later, developing my argument. I am a resident of that stretch of land between Denver and KC called Nebraska. Keep in mind, this is not a generalization...but more that some ruin it for others. It's all meant to be in good fun. Hope I didn't offend you, WAMU.
My bad man. Your right. Didn't mean anything by it.
He's the defensive coordinator for this team??? And if you don't think Bo is a good defensive coordinator...I suggest you go back and watch 2007 LSU vs OU in the BCS title game. Might change your mind unless your a homer.
And if you look up his stats...he holds alot of NCAA records.
I will say that Steve McNair played at a lower level school and didn't really face ALOT of competition. But I always enjoyed a dual threat quarterback and Steve McNair was an undoubtedly strong leader to his team. I always loved watching this guy play. So exciting to watch him in college and the NFL.
I tried to add the possibility of some backups in here. I tried to keep in mind that backups are used. I also went without using an offensive line. I wanted to have a little more room for debate, and while the o-line is obviously a key part of an offense, I decided to save the debate for positions of interest.
I think Steve Spurrier would fall under the "
They're alot of players/coaches who were some of the greatest in college, but never panned out in the NFL" Sorry for the confusion!
Posted Tuesday August 30, 2011, About: WVU upsets LSU at home on Sept 24.
Jordan Jefferson is completely innocent. Go Tigers!

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