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    Kent State Golden Flashes (2018), Central Michigan Chippewas (2019), Iowa Hawkeyes (2020-2021), Colorado Buffaloes (2021-2022), South Dakota State Jackrabbits (2023-Present)
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    Cleveland Browns Scout (2018), Baltimore Ravens GM (2019), Minnesota Vikings Owner/GM (2020), Minnesota Vikings Owner (2021), Arizona Cardinals GM (2021-Present)
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  1. I thought this was for this season at a glance and I was like "those are some bold nfc takes, especially NFCS"
  2. Not trying to hijack this thread right off the bat lol, but I don't think these are exclusive things - I don't listen to the radio anymore and instead discover new music like most of us probably do (Spotify, YouTube, the internet, etc), but one of my biggest problems with pop radio (across genres) was them playing the shit out of songs that I don't really care for. Taylor specifically has a 6 year old song about "shaking off the haters", which was fine when it released (though it seemed to usher in a new era for her to have odd, weak interludes and bridges, that if done once might be passable, but become off putting once theyre a pattern - "hey hey hey... You could've been getting down To this sick beat" "Band aids don't fix bullet holes" "boys only want love if its torture") but she hasn't departed that mentality - and that's really my biggest problem with her. Bad Blood came out the following year, which was all about "all the things done to poor Taylor", and then we got into the (awful) Look What You Made Me Do. I don't mind "embracing" the snake image, but we've already had years of her "fighting off the haters" here. But okay, it establishes the old Taylor is dead, which some people took as referring to her "innocent, country" persona but by the time this song came out, she'd gone through the Red album and 1989 and this was technically on her third album post-country, and it had been 7 years! And then we got You Need To Calm Down last year, which, surprise surprise, was about haters. "snakes and stones never broke my bones". Just seems entirely out of place, like she couldn't let it go from years prior. Taylor might need to take her own advice:. "But I've learned a lesson that stressin' and obsessin' 'bout somebody else is no fun." Okay, so why is it your entire identity for the last half decade+, if it isn't fun to you. You need to calm down, you're being too loud And I'm just like oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh (oh) You need to just stop Her departure from country into pop, wasn't awful. 22, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, I Knew You Were Trouble, etc, could be viewed as "fun" if they weren't overplayed. But her subject hasn't changed since then, despite going from being 21 to being 30, and so it comes off as her team really knowing their audience, and as Taylor being an egomaniac. Shake it Off could have been "fun" if it didn't become her entire identity. And then she finally got back to releasing potentially "fun" songs with ME!, but even in ME!, it starts off as "I promise that you'll never find another like me". And we also continue the shitty nonsensical bridges, "spelling is fun! (proceeds to not spell anything and implies that there is a 'me' in the word 'team'." I'll give them awesome, but team?) And so, contrary to the thread title, I think most of Taylor Swift's songs don't truly deserve the hype, especially when she won some "Artist of the Decade" award despite her sound devolving in my eyes. This post has gone on too long and I've only just brushed the surface of how I feel lmao.
  3. I was just thinking about how many teams he's been on when I saw he'd gotten hurt. Bengals, Jets, Dolphins, I didn't even know he was on the Saints though he apparently caught 6 TDs for them last year. Am I missing anyone else?
  4. Boston College: 175 Syracuse: 25 (-5) Pittsburgh: 55 (+5)
  5. Boston College: 170 (-5) Syracuse: 35 Pittsburgh: 50 (+5)
  6. Tbh you’ll always hold a special place in my heart as a former chirpy bird :wub: I’m always psyched to hear about how your life’s going

  7. Illinois: 245 (+5) Northwestern: 20 (-5)
  8. maybe your coaching sucked, we had the great coaching of checks notes @cultur3
  9. If Adrian Allen didn't constantly get hurt, I think he'd be viewed as one of the most dangerous threats. He's bounced around the league a lot, but he somehow put up 14.90 ypc with Dav/Greg Bierria throwing to him in 2022, and had gotten hurt twice that year. Sucks to see him go down because another year to mesh with Nick Hall/chase a ring would have been cool.
  10. Marc Bonner, my love, my muse
  11. Dean's Feet

  12. 2019 Cardiac -> Raybaxter -> 2020 llamas -> NASCARlson -> 2021 Jamzz -> Caesari -> 2023 Tsweezy -> MasonAsher -> This is all just in my time on the site. MAC has also sent people elsewhere obviously, but not quite like it does to the
  13. Illinois: 215 (+5) Northwestern: 50 (-5)
  14. Boston College: 150 Syracuse: 50 (-5) Pittsburgh: 55 (+5)
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