The best part isn’t when the fighter pilot turns into a generic cheerleader? I mean, it’s cool and all that women can fly jets and are putting themselves in harms way to defend the country, but what really matters is that she can shake those pom-poms.
“Redshirt junior Michael Deiter is the veteran statesman of the group, having logged 27 starts, 11 of which came at left guard, where he’ll be lining up this year. Redshirt freshman Tyler Biadasz apparently balled the fuck out this spring, so much so that he took the starting center spot. Among the other changes along…
I’m a little shocked that Snyder was cool with this - he’s a pretty old school coach who can be known as a bible thumper
You’re not the only one that happened to - mine was weirdly obsessed with watching me take a leak and was very hands on with her approach
The most patriotic American moment of the weekend happened in Canada
A lot of people. Utah regularly gets 15,000+, the good SEC schools average more than 10k
UCLA isn’t helped by the fact that their coach hasn’t upgraded any of their routines throughout the season. Kyla Ross is more than capable of doing more than a Yurchenko Full but hasn’t been allowed the chance.
I know grape jelly is the default jelly for most people there, but I like strawberry better.
Is soccer still the “sport of the future” in the US? Or will it just never get there?
In either case, this movie outsources its biggest moments of narrative intensity to random YouTube vids, which is a filmic choice so incomprehensible, I’m tempted to intrepret it as some kind of grand statement of Dada anti-meaning. Like, there’s no functional difference between this studio-produced Hollywood movie…