There's no DEBATE, the latest edition of the #CougCenterHour podcast is top notch with more DISCUSSION about the return to play for the Cougs. Look, download it and we stop making puns about current events, okay?
Elijah Molden on weighing the NFL Draft: "The name of the game was patience." Didn't want to make an emotional decision. "I think I just love the game so much that I wouldn't be able to sit out any longer, knowing that I could have played." Wanted to stay for Lake's debut, too.
Asked about new offense making it easier to get younger guys on the field earlier, Lake says: "The last thing we want to do as coaches is slow these guys down. ... It is very important for our coaches not to slow our talented players down."
Jimmy Lake begins his press conference with a statement on Jermaine Kearse's retirement. "I hope to see him and his family at Husky games for years to come." Says he's going to "try to recruit him to be around our program as much as possible."
Doc Rivers is a great coach, and great leader. He’d be perfect for either of those young and talented teams. The Clippers gave one of them a gift in making Doc available.
Jermaine Kearse, who announced his retirement today, will rightfully be remembered for big-time catches in the NFL. But he had a few in college, too: the 2009 USC game and 2010 Apple Cup come to mind. The guy just made plays.
The NHL decided its champion last night. The NBA will decide its champion in the next couple weeks. Baseball is kicking off expanded playoffs. It's a pretty good time to have a 65-inch TV. Our daily column, with links. https://t.co/NQW9Z0frWX
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