I am also a Kiper man. I don't trust McShay for some reason.
I would run on the track at State Gym and I caught a few BB practices. Yeah I agree with "old" be a pretty good description. This is even after the floor and hoops were redone. I am sure the locker room was even worse.
I'm a McShay guy!
Mike Mayock! I didn't watch more than 30 seconds of ESPN's coverage of the draft. I started too, and then flipped to the NFL Network and never went back.
Don't feel bad about looking up Knott & Klein for next years draft, that was the first thought I had after the draft was over Saturday.
I think it will help Knott's stock significantly if he can stay healthy next year.
Kiper is still the man. McShay has a ways to go. My favorites OLD State Gym story - a few of us snuck into the building in 1983 (it was old then) to peak in on a Johnny Orr practice - it was classic - he was screaming at everyone, had Ron Falenschek jogging laps around the court, cursing him everytime he came around, then he heard us up on the track and started screaming at us - scared the hell out of us, and we ran all the way back to our frat house! I miss Johnny!
How many times to you think we saw that Bud Light "Here 'We Go'" commercial this weekend? Damn dog.
He has been for the last couple of years. I think two years ago they had like 8 people on the stage. Berman and Tom Jackson were on the edge and they acted like two spoiled kids. No one was listening to them and any time they offered comments everybody disagreed. Pretty funny for an anti Berman fan like myself.
in regards to lockett, thanks for breaking the news that a kid who graduated from college in 3 years in "well spoken."
chris rock used to have a hilarious "well spoken" routine on that in regards to colin powell.