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Billy Pilgrim

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  1. So Donovan is #3 with 2 National Championships. Yet the media NEVER includes him amongst the elite in the nation? If Billy D was coaching for a school like Kentucky or Indiana, people would be talking about him like he was one of the greatest of all time. But no, he coaches at Florida, a perennial football school, so he couldn't possibly be one of the GOATs could he? The truth is that Billy D is one of the greatest coaches of all time, and everybody wants to ignore it for some reason. Just like how everyone wants to ignore Noah, Brewer, Horford, Green, and Humphrey being one of the Top 3 all-time greatest starting 5. I bet you can't name a better starting 5 except for maybe ONE and yet those fantastic Gators teams STILL go unrecognized.
  2. I'll start this thread off with this, since there aren't a whole lot that are going to top it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BV2HCmbcSQc
  3. OMG THIS IS SO ******* SHOCKING!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anybody who thinks Whitney Houston wasn't smoking her ******* knee caps off is the same kind of ****** who would think that Michael Jackson didn't smell like little boy's *******. This might be the least surprising headline since 'Tony Montana snorted coke.' Hi, I'm reality, and I come bearing bitchslaps.
  4. This is such BS. Anybody who says this with any sort of conviction should be punched in the face. You can have the greatest coaches in the world but if you have nothing but a bunch of turds to coach up then you're not worth a ****.
  5. How the **** could you say something like this unless you are actually blind? In that case, I apologize.
  6. There are many examples of this being a false statement, but the most recent example would be Jeff Saturday, who they just signed to replace Scott Wells.
  7. I completely agree with you about how corny it is. They've actually won a Super Bowl though, so take anything being posted over there and multiply it by 100, then you'll get everything that would be happening here. Fan is short for "Fanatic" and that is true NO MATTER what team you root for. One fan base is NEVER an better than another, because we are all moronic ******* in the end. We care so much about dudes running around a green field knocking each other on the ground as long as they hold an odd-shaped piece of inflated leather, but none of it ACTUALLY matters. At least I hope it doesn't.
  8. Sorry but I LOL'd @ then I'll talk about legend at a national level. He's already got 2 national championships but he needs a 3rd? What coach that is still currently coaching has 3 national championships? I just think it's weird that if he wins THIS tournament then you'll put him at the top of your list but him winning 2 in a row just doesn't do it for you. I'm not usually a guy who says things like "ZOMG THE MEDIA HATES US AND SHOWS US NO RESPECT!!!" But in the case of Billy D it is absolutely, 100% true. Nobody ever brings his name up when talking about the greatest yet the the guy is still so young and still has so many years left and he's accomplished so much.
  9. I have never been able to get into Puscifer. I understand the appeal to some people but that type of music is just not for me. I liked probably 2 songs off their newest album, but I'm ready for MJK to get back to his REAL **** with either Tool or APC.
  10. They're doing all they can to defend they're team. It looks goofy and irrational to us, but nobody here could say we wouldn't be doing the exact same thing if we were in the exact same position. Because we absolutely WOULD, and anyone who says otherwise is 100% full of ****. Every thread that's being posted there would be posted here if the roles were reversed. I'm not going to hate on a fanbase for protecting their own. I am going to laugh at them, though.
  11. Your last sentence is exactly why I say he's a legend. I'm a Gator fan, I want to preface that first, so everything I say is completely biased. But just look at what this guy has done at a school that everybody in the entire country looks at and says "Football Factory." The guy has a Top 5 of all-time record in the NCAA Tournament and the Gators are 18-2 in the Tourney since 2006. He's #3 in this category amongst ACTIVE coaches. He's got a .704 winning percentage (421-177) and will EASILY join the 500-win club. 5 Elite Eight appearances, 3 Final Four appearances, 3 NCAA National Championship appearances, and 2 National Championships. All of this has happened and he still has at the very LEAST a decade of coaching left in him. The guy is one of the most successful young coaches of all time, and considering the recruiting classes that he keeps pulling in year after year for Florida, he's not going anywhere anytime soon. Billy Donovan is held in higher regard around here than Urban Meyer, so his legend can only grow from here in my opinion.
  12. Seriously thought this thread was going to be about Tool.
  13. Real eyes realize real lies? I don't even know what "being real" means anymore. I heard some dude last weekend at my friend's apartment talking about how Drake was the realest guy in hip hop right now. I never wanted to break a bottle over someone's head more in my life. To me, Lupe Fiasco and Nas are the realest it's ever going to get.
  14. Peeps are, without question, the absolute most disgusting candy I have ever eaten before. I used to cry when I was like 4-5 years old and I saw Peeps in my Easter basket, that's how much I hated them. My mom and dad bought them for me every single year, despite the fact that they knew I hated them with all my heart and soul. I got payback when I fed all of them to my dog one year and they spent 2 days cleaning up puke and liquid ****. They stopped buying them after that.
  15. Well then you wouldn't be describing him.
  16. With a life riddled by scandals, Wu-Tang Clan member Ol' Dirty ******* seemed destined to be the subject of a biopic. And now Deadline announces Parts & Labor and Ocean Size Pictures are teaming up to bring ODB's story to the big screen with the drama Dirty White Boy, and have secured Michael K. Williams (The Wire, Boardwalk Empire) to star as the rapper, born Russell Jones. Notably, this is not the biopic RZA spoke of last fall, which reportedly had Tracy Morgan and Eddie Griffin fighting for the lead. That untitled picture was penned by ODB's cousin Raeshawn; conversely, Dirty White Boy was written by Brent Hoff and rather than encompassing the whole of ODB's life will follow his rise and fall through the eyes of Jarred Weisfed, the VH1-intern-turned-manager who served as witness to OBD's highs and lows up until his death in 2004. Though not penned by a family member, Dirty White Boy has won the approval of Cherry Jones, mother of Ol' Dirty *******. The statement from Parts & Labor producing duo Lars Knudsen and Jay Van Hoy makes clear why: "We both knew full well who Ol’ Dirty ******* was but this story completely floored us. As filmmakers, we knew that this would make a great film and that Jarred Weisfeld would offer an actor a complicated and compelling character to play. This felt to us like Risky Business and 8 Mile, with equal elements of darkness, humor, and humanity." The film will serve as the directorial debut of established cinematography Joaquin Baca-Asay, who has lensed such eye-catching efforts as Roger Dodger, Super Troopers and Two Lovers. He branched out into directing through commercials and music videos, helming the MTV Video Award-winning vid for Jay Z’s 99 Problems. In short, he has displayed a skill for visual storytelling, and so could prove a brilliant choice for this biopic. Of course, he will be aided by an incredibly talented leading man. And now we're left to ponder on who will play Weisfeld, our window to the world of ODB…
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