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"You’re either a block-gobbler, a farmer, or you’re a damn hunter and playmaker."
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
The jokes on ESPN. Epic Fail
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
They also think that Robert Nkemdiche is a better football athlete than Clowney so there you go......
ESPN is a sad, sad shell of what it used to be.
The quality of work that many of those writers/analysts (Schlabach, Robert Woods, KC Joyner, to name a few) consistently put out is so sub par its comical. I realize that you cant please everyone, as someone is always going to feel slighted by pieces like this, but it seems like there is little to no consideration put into these articles (USC bias aside) and its purely a numbers game for these writers and theyre only creating this stuff to meet a freaking quota.
But as long as people pay for subscriptions and frequent the site it'll just continue to snowball into an even bigger joke than it already is. I dont know why I visit it anymore but I'm certainly guilty of perpetuating the problem.
Makes me appreciate the quality content that this site consistently produces. So...thanks TBS.
This post was edited by BigOlCock 18 months ago
Clowney should've made it in his own special category. His numbers didn't equal those who were selected but his impact was astounding. Ace should've been listed as well.
ESPN.com must have a staff of idiots to publish this garbage. Never hit the site, never will!
Consider the source
Espn isn't about getting things right anymore
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