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About BI5224

  • Birthday 08/07/1979


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    In order of importance: Anything ND Football related, play drums and guitar


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  1. We’re 6th. Oklahoma was bumped to 7th. I thought I saw the same thing earlier too.
  2. I hate this. Make ND prove they belong that high.
  3. Lots of Crystal Ball action: OSU picks for NPF.
  4. Just got a notification from ND Insider. Huge
  5. that have dealt with plantar fasciitis? I'm 38 and have been running for a while but not to the level I'm getting into now (about a year and a half now). A friend of mine ran, state champ in high school, ran in college and professionally for a while. He put together a training program for me to PR a half earlier this spring, however, when the intensity ramped up in the speed work (February), my heal started hurting. Fast forward to now, I still deal with the condition. I gave it a few months rest from April to August but again, still deal with the condition. I've been running again, no speed work, but building up mileage again. Most days, I run with no problems, typically my foot is KT taped which helps A LOT to reduce the stress on the arch, but there have been a few runs where I get a soreness. I don't feel my condition's getting worse but I don't feel it's getting better either. Question is, if anyone's dealt with this, what specific treatments worked for you to get rid of it? There's so much to read on the interwebs but mostly home treatments remain the same in stretching being the biggest, rolling, strengthening. I'm signed up for a couple runs/races, one is WDW Marathon Weekend and another in the spring. I'm really hoping to continue to manage but..........
  6. http://notredame.247sports.com/Article/Notre-Dame-Mike-Elko-Mike-Elston-defensive-coordinator-49821503 There was a 3:00 p.m. update posted on 247. Does anyone know if there's anything good in it?
  7. FWIW: The only Elko news I can find on the web concerns the ND DC opening. I see nothing of him interviewing anywhere else. I can't wait until this is over. Maybe he can help with some recruits ND's losing traction with or bring in some new interest. Oh, not to mention the excitement regarding his potential impact on the field.
  8. There's a story on onlygators.com titled Who's Next? Six candidates...., dated today, that doesn't even list Elko as a possible replacement. Sorry, I'm on an iPad and don't know how to post a link from it. I'm wondering if Oregon WAS the team to beat.
  9. The talk has been Oregon and Florida are the other two teams in play. 247's been pretty darn optimistic.
  10. I might have phrased this wrong. I paraphrased from another post. What is meant is given the financial terms ND put on the table for ME, Josh finds it hard to believe he passes on ND. Completely agree with this statement. A little off topic.
  11. Per a poster on IE, who got the info from 247, an offer is on the table and is a good one. Said he loved it at Notre Dame and would bring one assistant, his DL coach, Dave Cohen, with him. Another poster posted a tweet by Josh Newberg saying he finds it "nearly impossible" he turns down the ND offer based off what he's hearing about the financial terms. FWIW
  12. I like the idea of naming captains now. Maybe thses kids can help hold the rest of the team accountable over the off season. Maybe this helps keep the team out of trouble this off seaon. Maybe we can go into next season with every player projected to start. I would like to think this is fool proof but it's likely not. Now, I agree with the discusion of who was named but again, like the idea.
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