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Zlinedavid

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  1. Wow...... When it comes to 2020-21, even Nostradamus is saying "I have no $&#*$* idea what's going to happen."
  2. I didn't want to make the comparison for JG's sake, but damn if there aren't starting to be some similarities starting to form......
  3. That was kind of my point. We know the results Alford has produced and the odds of them being significantly different here are slim. If you're going to advocate for an Indiana guy, at least pick one that is still fairly well thought of and has a blank slate.
  4. Twice. Once before Sampson and once again before Crean. And I'm glad they hired Crean over Alford.
  5. Just from a pragmatic standpoint, why would Fife leave MSU for anything but a comparable head coaching position? He's the default successor to Izzo already. Why make a lateral move?
  6. Yeah, and I could be engaging in three way coitus tonight with Kate Mara and Margot Robbie. Could does not mean likely. And the likelihood of Steve Alford winning a national title at IU is only marginally better than me engaging in the aforementioned tryst. Also, you might not be the only one with that opinion, but you're one of very few. 15 years ago, you'd have been far from alone.
  7. Find a coach that has been fired from two power 5 level jobs and then won big at a third. I'll wait.....
  8. So advocate for Cheaney or Dane Fife. Alford is a mediocre coach that hasn't taken a team as deep into the tournament as Archie has, has been fired from two power 5 jobs for subpar performance and (by accounts of people from the state of Indiana) is a douchebag. The day Steve Alford coaches IU is the day I'll wipe my...posterior..with my pair of candystriped pants.
  9. Actually.....this is a trick question. There's two: Plunkett and Phil Simms. Edit: Scratch that. Simms has a Super Bowl MVP, not a league MVP.
  10. *Ed McMahon voice* You are correct, sir!
  11. Variances in direction of the water flow and sea levels, plus a less consistent flow. Tides are back and forth, back and forth very, very quickly. For generation, one consistent direction is needed to generate power. IE: Windmills. They can spin either direction, but to make consistent power, they need to be spinning in one direction for a duration. Not to mention the tide levels vary. Even if there was some kind of device that could harness the tide's energy, there would also need to be something that would allow it to move to remain with the tide's level as it comes in and out. T
  12. I knew Jagr had to be in there. Dude was Methusela on skates. Now, here's statistical proof as to just how unbelievable Gretzky was: - Gretzky is almost 1000 points ahead of Jagr, while having played about 300 fewer games in his career. - Gretzky has more assists than Jagr has combined goals and assists.
  13. The US is jumping into the floating solar game. There are floating solar arrays online in New Jersey, California and Texas, and around September/October of last year that Duke announced they were contracted to build another large floating solar array in North Carolina on a lake located on the grounds of Fort Bragg.
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