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  1. So, Briles son in law instead of his son.
  2. A 20 year old Instagram "personality" and Trump superfan spokesperson. What could possibly go wrong. https://www.politico.com/news/2019/12/10/christianne-allen-giuliani-079762
  3. They always invite at least 3. Anyone after that is so many points behind within a margin gets invited as well. https://www.heisman.com/about-the-heisman/balloting-info/ 4. How are the finalists determined? This is one of the most misunderstood parts of the Heisman process. You will often hear media or fans complain that a certain player was snubbed by not being invited to the Heisman ceremony. But the finalists are not determined arbitrarily. Starting from the understanding that there will always be a minimum of three finalists, whether or not more will be invited is determined by how close the fourth-place finisher’s point total is to that of the third place finisher’s, how close the fifth-place finisher’s is to that of the fourth-place finisher’s and so on. In the 2008 Heisman vote, for instance, Florida’s Tim Tebow finished third with 1,575 points. The fourth-place finisher, Graham Harrell of Texas Tech, totaled 213 points. Because of the huge gap between those totals, Harrell was not invited to the ceremony, which featured just three finalists. In 2010, Kellen Moore’s fourth place finish of 635 points brought him much closer to LaMichael James’ third-place finish of 916, so Moore was included as one of the four finalists. The fifth-place finisher in 2010, Justin Blackmon of Oklahoma State, had just 105 points. There was a clear demarcation of support between him and Moore, so the finalists were capped at four. In other words, the closeness of the point totals determines the final number of finalists. Where major gaps exist, that’s where you get a cutoff.
  4. The contract went to Microsoft. So, yeah, part of your statement is true.
  5. Some smoke that Chubba saving himself for the League. If that's the case, I'm not sure OSU can score 20.
  6. Clemson finally going to face a real defense.
  7. Ole Miss could be a good job. But they are saddled with being in that murderers' row of a division that is the SEC West, their roster is depleted, and the sanctions are due to come off the books in the next year or so. Other than that, he's a good coach who does assemble good staffs, and his teams compete. And he's served under Carrol and Saban...and been an head coach in the NFL. His resume is legit. Maturity (maybe he has it now?) has always been his weakness.
  8. Grifting. Who in this administration doesn't do it? https://www.politico.com/news/2019/12/07/medicare-chief-asked-taxpayers-to-cover-stolen-jewelry-077761
  9. Had to look it up, here you go: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073451HTY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1 Interestingly, it's cheaper now than when I bought it. And I stand corrected; I purchased her a 15lb blanket, not a 20. Oh, weight recommendations. They are all over the place; my wife weighs 125, and some recommendations say that is too much blanket for her, while other recommendations state that is the correct weight. I do know this; once you get under it it's a heavy bitch. I tried it out myself, but didn't care for it.
  10. https://footballscoop.com/news/nuggets-the-playoff-field-is-set-but-lets-talk-about-it-anyway/
  11. Bought one for my wife a year ago; she had issues sleeping. Picked up a Queen size (we have a King bed) so she could use it and I wouldn't have the blanket on my side of the bed. They come in different weights (hers is a 20 lb model). She absolutely loves it. Oh, as posted above, make sure it's the beaded blanket with the small square quilted thing to keep the beads from settling in one area.
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