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WYO1016

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  1. You guys are right. My bad. Here's the correction:
  2. Good point. I made those purely based on week 16 rankings. I'd think they'll have to have some sort of plan in place to make sure championship games aren't repeated.
  3. Let's run a couple of scenarios based on the information we have. Here's the bracket for the 2019 season (last "normal" season). Would have been way better than watching LSU steamroll Oklahoma and Clemson. Memphis is the only G5 rep in this scenario. Now let's take a look at last year. Some REALLY interesting matchups in this one. 2 G5 reps in Cincy and Coastal Carolina. Also shows how Notre Dame has a tougher road being independent. Looking at these, I'm going to have to say the committe did it right. Win your conference and you've got a pretty good shot at getting
  4. 16 months ago we had known about this brand new virus for 3 months. Lots of things change as you study something new. Here's a GED level synopsis of the scientific method. Hopefully that's not stretching your comprehension level too much. https://ged.com/blog/what-is-the-scientific-method/
  5. Wyoming has an interesting matchup against Montana State. Brent Vigen is the new head coach, so we can pretty much guarantee that the passing game will be non-existant and the running game is going to be all A gap all the time. Our defensive coordinator should be licking his chops for this game. I'm very interested to see how much Wyoming's offense improves now that Vigen isn't calling the shots anymore. I'm looking for at least a mediocre passing game, some screens, and some outside runs.
  6. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/coronavirus/in-depth/coronavirus-mask/art-20485449 https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2020/06/417906/still-confused-about-masks-heres-science-behind-how-face-masks-prevent https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02801-8 https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/coronavirus/coronavirus-face-masks-what-you-need-to-know There's a whole lot of science in those articles, Bobby. Got my vaccine, so my mask is reserved for only when the business asks me to wear one. I'd very much prefer to never have to wear a mask
  7. A shockingly large portion of the former oil/gas/coal workers who have been laid off were high school dropouts. I'm guessing they'll gobble a bag of dicks for another well paying job opportunity.
  8. People are generally very nice 95% of the things that I need or want I can get in town I can drive for 90 minutes in any direction and experience anything I care to experience in day-to-day life (concerts, hiking, professional sports, museums, college sports, hunting, theater, fishing, gambling, camping, fine dining, skiing, etc...) I can fly anywhere in the world from the airport that is 90 miles away. I can fly to that airport from Cheyenne and not pay for parking.
  9. When I see hilarious things I share them. This probably should have gone in the political humor thread, now that you mention it. What keeps me up at night is wondering if all dogs bark in the same language
  10. https://www.cnet.com/news/trump-official-blog-has-been-shut-down-permanently/
  11. You can't fix stupid. If 3,490,000 people dying from a disease doesn't convince someone to get vaccinated for said disease I don't know what will.
  12. https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/fox-news/ In review, FNC publishes stories with emotionally loaded headlines such as “’They Wanted It to Blow Up’: Limbaugh Says Success of Trump-Kim Summit Caught Media Off Guard” and “Tucker: 2016 Russia Collusion ‘Witch Hunt’ Now Extends to Jill Stein.” When it comes to sourcing, they typically utilize pro-Trump pundits such as Rush Limbaugh, who has an abysmal record with fact-checkers and credible sources such as the Wall Street Journal. Fox News is also known to publish right-wing conspiracy theories, although they retracted the story after being sued.
  13. I feel like this could have been a press release
  14. Predicted standings based on O/U West Division Nevada - 7.5 San Jose State - 7.5 San Diego State - 6.5 Fresno State - 6 Hawaii - 6 UNLV - 1.5 Mountain Division Boise State - 9 Wyoming - 8.5 Air Force - 6.5 Colorado State - 4.5 Utah State - 3 New Mexico - 2
  15. DraftKings Sportsbook released their 2021 CFB over/unders today. Here's the MW outlook: Air Force - 6.5 Boise State - 9 Colorado State - 4.5 Fresno State - 6 Hawaii - 6 Nevada - 7.5 New Mexico - 2 San Diego State - 6.5 San Jose State - 7.5 UNLV 1.5 Utah State - 3 Wyoming - 8.5
  16. This is an intersting issue. I firmly belive that meat production is a huge driver of climate change. I also think cows are delicious. My wife and I have at least one vegetarian option per week (we batch cook on the weekends, so one option turns into 6-8 portions). I'm also down with Beyond Meat and the like. That being said, there's no substitute for a good steak. I have yet to hear of any plant based "fish" products. Shrimp would probably be a good place to start.
  17. Any Given Sunday For Love of the Game Rudy
  18. Details of his death are still unknown. Only 37 years old. Absolute legend at Hawaii and in college football, but he had a lot of demons. https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2021/05/11/sources-hawaii-football-legend-colt-brennan-dead/
  19. People need to stop f**king panicking about COVID and start looking at it in risk management terms. If you're vaccinated you're about as safe as you can get. No need to mask up. If you're not vaccinated at this point (in the US, that is) you're just rolling the natural selection dice. Still, though, get the damn vaccine! At any rate, it's time for mask mandates to go away. If business want to require it, fine. That's their perogative. I personally wouldn't be sad to see mask mandates for people that prepare your food become a permanent thing. That being said it should be a free market cho
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