Hey, I scored 19 on ACT and I ended up being a successful software engineerI’ve been saying that for a long time. Any individual might be a bust or a surprise break out star. But when the law of large numbers kicks in, stars matter a lot.
A great parallel is standardized test scores vs. actual academic performance.
We all know kids who made a 25 on the ACT, studied hard, spent hours upon hours in the library or lab, and ended up as honors students. We also know kids who made 32 on the ACT, lazed around, partied, didn’t go to class and flunked out.
But take a room full of 32s, and the academic performance taken as a whole will run circles around a room full of 25s.
Others have stated their concern over the upcoming season in terms of this being potentially a four loss season. It is perhaps the most challenging season for CNS since 2008 with the loss of Bryce Young and no experienced QB to replace him plus replacing OC and DC.Pruitt is the surest bet, in that he's had success here before and knows what he's getting into with Saban. But there are plenty of other hires, most notably Leonard and Schumman, that I'd be happy with.
Honestly, it's just the nature of the off-season. There are 9 months of no football and yet we're anxious for something to talk about. The NFL has managed to become a year-round sport by making the Combine the draft, free agency, training camp, and then the preseason games spread out enough to always give fans something to look forward to. It's harder in college, although the two signing periods and two portal transfer windows have helped. The coaching hot stove is just icing on the cake.
We’re on the same page.predictions are not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about just making up facts. In this case the NCAA investigation on Pruitt.
Lately we have been hearing and seeing alot half truths, non truths, and unrelated things that are being used in place of facts being used to talk about this investigation.
As oppose to us dumb people who has a bigger blind spot.lol My dad use to tell me “ act dumb some time, you’ll slip up on those who act so smart.”I've found the blind spot for a lot of "smart folks" is they have problems with the simple things in life. JNM'81 is just a freakin' genius and can't help it.
1978?Others have stated their concern over the upcoming season in terms of this being potentially a four loss season. It is perhaps the most challenging season for CNS since 1978 with the loss of Bryce Young and no experienced QB to replace him plus replacing OC and DC.