Oregon? Track stars leaving neon green streaks in the sky. Utah? Grinders and pluggers on both sides of the line. Stanford sells itself as Wisconsin West, a template built around power, smarts, and air-tight fundamentals; Washington State is Texas Tech North. Colorado? Oh, doctor. Speed? Strength? Passing? Toughness? The option? A framed picture of a bison with snow on its nose? Dysfunction? “I’m not sure what the ‘brand’ is for Colorado,” ESPN college football analyst Rod Gilmore said with a chuckle. “Other programs, you can identify (that). And I’m not sure Colorado has found their brand yet.” Welcome to Job 1A, the experts say, for the football coach that’s picking up Mike MacIntyre’s baton: Establish an identity. Stand for something. Anything. The Cradle of Quarterbacks. The Chautauqua Curtain. The Flatirons Flyers. Whatever. “(The Cardinal) have a brand and a philosophy they’ve been following since (Jim … [Read more...] about Colorado football job isn’t a “coach-killer” anymore. But how good of a gig is it?
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I have been told to look out for the Ubers, the Lyfts, the party buses. I have been told that if I study them really hard — look for fractures in confidence, sideways glances, body language that says I am uncomfortable here — I can distinguish the Harvard students from the visitors. By Eliya O. Smith Nov 20, 2018 Here is how it works. An Uber slides into a parking spot, idles. Its doors pop open; young women pile out. They scurry down brick streets, toward mansions, toward spindly lines of more women threading down the block. And then they wait. The bouncer calls out numbers — one group of five, two more, one more, like a weird game of human bingo. The line shuffles and reshuffles as lucky winners step forward to claim their prize — admission — while others abandon the pursuit entirely. “If you’re not on the list, don’t bother standing here,” the bouncer announces in a thick Boston accent before slamming the door. The line … [Read more...] about To Bed, to Wed, to Talk to
click to enlarge The electronic billboard on the heavily trafficked corner of John C. Lodge Freeway and Livernois Avenue is host to a number of advertisements, including a Marvel Universe Live show, the Varsity Ford dealership in Ann Arbor, and the Fox 2 News morning show. And now, there are two highly inflammatory additions: A hearty endorsement of President Donald Trump, and a defense of Trump's embattled Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. One reads, "Red Pills. Everyday," with the name of Trump subreddit, r/The_Donald. The other reads, "You know it," "They know it," "They don't care," and – perhaps falsely — "Kavanaugh is Innocent." The messages, which appeared earlier this week, are among half a dozen new Trumpian billboards throughout metro Detroit. The man behind them is Sreeny Cherukuri — a self-described libertarian-federalist and pro-Trump Republican. We talked to him about what the hell he's on about. Of the "red pills," Cherukuri … [Read more...] about We talked to the guy who put a ‘Kavanaugh is innocent’ billboard in Detroit
FILE -- In this May 29, 2018 file photo, President Donald Trump pauses while speaking at a rally at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) If President Trump is really the white supremacist his critics insist he is, he must be a huge disappointment to his bigoted brethren. For more than a year, we have heard the president’s critics insist he is this worst type of racist. Or that at the very least, white supremacists support him. But if these vile folks really do back the current occupant of the White House, it is not because Trump shares their worldview. How do I know this? I interviewed Richard Spencer, who is undoubtedly the poster boy for white supremacy. Spencer is such a toxic figure that when he showed up to speak at a university in Florida the governor declared a state emergency. Spencer is routinely portrayed as a right-wing neo-Nazi and confirms this narrative by insisting he is a Trump supporter. Yet when … [Read more...] about Dinesh D’Souza: If you think Trump is a white supremacist, you should talk to a real one
Stephanie Johnson may or may not have gotten married at the airport to a man she just met and then spent a month traveling with. Lifetime’s new show Love at First Flight brings together four perfectly matched couples to meet for the first time and then sends them off on a monthlong travel journey across the continent with an option to get married at the end of the trip. Johnson, founder and CEO of Dallas’ Singles & the City, is half of one of the couples. Although the filming of the show is finished, Johnson is not able to reveal how her trip ended. For all we know, she could already be a Mrs.“Being on the show was absolutely — I mean, I don’t want to speak too soon — but it was a really fun time, and we had the best crew, and I got matched with a really great guy,” Johnson says. “All the filming’s done; it’s wrapped up, but we’re watching it back with the rest of the world. So far it’s been very transparent … [Read more...] about The Suspense Is Killing Us: Did Dallas CEO Stephanie Johnson Get Married to a Stranger on TV?