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The Honors Course is a very, very good course down here. Black Creek CC in Lookout Valley is also very good, they host a Nationwide tournament every October. I volunteered there a few years ago, and got the chance to meet several very good players, a couple of whom are on the PGA Tour now. I believe Tiger played The Honors Course a long time ago when he was at Stanford. They hosted the NCAA championships there one year. I believe Tiger still holds the course record there, IIRC.
No, I'm from Middle Tennessee. Don't have any family in West Virginia either.
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No. Actually, I'm dating a brunette.
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I actually though he'd be considered for the Cardinals' managerial opening this offseason. I really don't think he is a bad coach.
The scenario you described would be a nightmare for Tennessee, but I think 7-5 and a bowl win probably is enough to assure Dooley of a fourth year.
I don't see a question here for me to answer, but I admire the alliteration.
Like Wes, my all-time favorite TV show is The Wire. I also like Lost, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Family Guy, Breaking Bad, Fringe, South Park and Weeds.
In terms of movies, I like everything from Million Dollar Baby, Shawshank Redemption and American Beauty to ridiculous comedies like Step Brothers, Borat and Team America. And I'm a sucker for thrillers, especially those with a lot of mystery involved, such as The Game.
Wife has me going to Olive Garden for a to go order...her first big meal since the baby.
She knows what she wants. What would you recommend for me?
If I were a man, and you were a lady...
None - so far. But like I said, we can't all be like Wes.
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Is the team speed at corner *that* bad? Can you rank our scholly corners based on your perception of their speed?
Phil Steele has Eric Gordon ranked fairly high. How does he see the field more?
I actually grew up playing and played on my high school team for a couple years, but I haven't played in a few years now. I somehow lost my swing and became terrible starting around my senior year of high school. One of the last times I played, I almost hit someone in our foursome. I took that as a sign that I either needed to take lessons or quit for a few years.
I actually think I'd rather take the hit from Harrison. When I played baseball, I got affected everytime someone threw inside. There is a reason I was never very good.
As for Travis, I've never had a problem with him.
Been to The Honors. Never played it. It's beautiful.
I'd love to look into some kind of scramble.
Can't go wrong with the classic lasagna. That is my go-to order there.
I wouldn't say it's that bad, but there aren't really any true burners. Gordon definitely is among the fastest, along with newcomer Daniel Gray. Beyond that, I think everyone there is fairly interchangeable in terms of speed. I'm not sure where Deion Bonner may rank.
Gordon has carved out a nice role for himself at nickelback. I don't think he's likely to play much at the outside corner spots in this system.
What is the one thing you hear most that might keep recruits from coming to TN? As in is it coaches, scheme, location, academics, etc.. What in your opinion is the hardest thing for UT to sale recruits on?
Get her on the board
Does govols247 have an office that you guys go work at together like at the News Sentinel building or do you guys use your computers to put your work in and never really go to an "office" Like are there days that you can get all your work done at your house making phone calls? I know Wes has to go interview people somedays as a reporter but as a recruiting analyst who makes calls, Ryan are you able to do that from your home? Wes same question to you
We don't have an office in Knoxville. Both of us work from home when we're not on campus or traveling.
Right now, I think it's just winning games. When Tennessee is winning games, there's not much the program is lacking that's necessary to bring in good players.
I have a home office. Have for like 5-6 years now. It's been awesome.
I'm not a music snob like Wes, but I've been listening to a lot of The Killers and Arcade Fire lately.
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