Jump to content


tarheelpride

Member Since 24 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:38 PM
*****

#2722692 2014 Huddle Tournament Challenge!

Posted by tarheelpride on 31 March 2014 - 06:44 PM

I can't do any worse than last year...I'm in

 

 

I stand corrected...




#2660316 HOW BOUT THEM HEELS

Posted by tarheelpride on 20 February 2014 - 11:20 PM

HOW BOUT 'EM!!!!!




#2565709 Touching ESPN Piece on TD

Posted by tarheelpride on 25 December 2013 - 11:18 PM

Reading through this article for myself. Never knew about his heart condition until now:

 

 

In the 2009 preseason, he was doing charity work to make sure young athletes got screened for hidden heart conditions. Davis took a group of kids to a Charlotte hospital that had set up free ultrasounds and EKGs. To show it wasn't scary, he got the first screening himself.

 

Afterward, the doctors pulled him aside and said they needed to talk.

The coronary arteries ship blood away from the heart. In a normal heart, one originates on the left side of the heart, the other on the right. The screening showed that both of Davis' coronary arteries were on the same side. It's not an especially rare condition; maybe 1 in 200 people has it. It often doesn't cause any symptoms. But when doctors find it, they normally recommend correcting it. That means open-heart surgery. And for Davis, that might have meant the end of his career.

 

The Panthers pulled him out of practice. Davis went to the Emory Heart & Vascular Center in Atlanta for tests. The team sent his medical records to heart clinics around the country. Davis prayed. Eventually, the doctors' consensus was that Davis was in such good condition that he didn't need the surgery. He gets a stress test after every season to double-check.

 

Amazing that we have such a strong-willed person on this team that embodies the spirit of never giving up. That and his relationship with Beason through rehabs is outstanding.




#2432462 Miami at UNC (Thursday Night Game)

Posted by tarheelpride on 17 October 2013 - 05:22 PM

I told a few people it'll either be an asswhooping or a close upset. Doesn't seem like it'll be any inbetween.




#2156226 Duke VS UNC Saturday

Posted by tarheelpride on 10 March 2013 - 09:33 AM

Nothing to it. We got our asses whooped, plain and simple.

I just hope we didn't play our way out of the Wiggins recruiting race.


#2115688 #18 NC State vs. UNC-Chapel Hill

Posted by tarheelpride on 26 January 2013 - 09:07 PM

It was a miracle we got it down to single digits


#1980449 Notes and Memos - Redskins

Posted by tarheelpride on 04 November 2012 - 05:11 PM

Dear RGIII:

Nice to finally meet you.

- Greg Hardy and Charles Johnson


#1902370 Notes and Memos - Saints*

Posted by tarheelpride on 16 September 2012 - 03:28 PM

Dear Running Game

Glad to see you going again.

- Endzone

Dear Offensive Line,

Thanks for actually doing your jobs

- Cam, D-Will, Stewart, and Tolbert


#1883171 Couple Questions about TV Buying

Posted by tarheelpride on 02 September 2012 - 11:12 PM

Got a Vizio 32" LED TV. Very happy with it and got it off Amazon refurbished. You can't go wrong with a Vizio. I also like the quality of the Sharp Aquios TV's and LG is a safe bet.

I'd recommend shopping around on Amazon some and reading the reviews. They'll help guide you in the right direction.


#1870765 The reason Obama will lose the election

Posted by tarheelpride on 25 August 2012 - 04:39 PM

I'm all for welfare reform to remove the overbloat in the system, but does anyone else get irrationally pissed off when people make the argument that everyone that receives some sort of government sponsored benefit is some lazy bum that doesn't work? The vast majority of people who receive benefits are the working poor. You know, the people who give you your food at McDonalds, who change your tires at the tire store, or any other minimum wage job.



Yeah this is the part that pisses me off when people make those blanket statements. The actions of a few, however, has given the system a bad image. Yes, reforms are needed to help reduce the fraud and to make sure the people who truly needs the assistance gets it (and even then, you can't completely stop ALL fraud, it'll happen irregardless of the protections and safeguards put into place), but to make a blanket generalization about a group of people only from the actions of a few people (who tend to get the most attention) is just dumb.


#1859457 UNC Posts Julius Peppers Transcript

Posted by tarheelpride on 14 August 2012 - 06:52 PM

But, I suppose you guys will just keep digging until you feel you're content, most likely when severe sanctions are placed on UNC and you pretty much tarnish the academic integrity of our school and smudge the degrees of people like myself who worked hard to get through school and didn't receive any extra benefit or help, and now have to deal with this crap.


This. so much this. I'd be dammed if anyone think less of my degree after I busted my ass for it because of some mess that happened with the football team. Just get this mess over with, let us serve our punishment, and move on with our lives.


#1857998 UNC Posts Julius Peppers Transcript

Posted by tarheelpride on 13 August 2012 - 01:57 PM

I'm not thrilled by any of this, mainly because I don't want my degree devalued in any shape, form, or fashion. I feel for some of my friends who actually have AFAM degrees, but I haven't heard them say much about the scandal. I had some AFAM classes, but not with any of the professors that seemed shady. They were easy enough, mostly reading and class participation. Athletes could have passed those classes on their own, without any special considerations (the whole problem with the scandal).

Its definitely a black eye to the university, and yes most of the students (including me) don't like the fact we keep plummeting in the academic ratings side. But we all just want to move on. That's all. Just move on, deal with the consequences, and move on with our education and lives.


#1857092 Pickem Week 1 results...

Posted by tarheelpride on 12 August 2012 - 05:53 PM

Bow down to my pick'em glory, you peasants, you


#1856400 Ok...Some PS3 Questions

Posted by tarheelpride on 12 August 2012 - 09:14 AM

I got a 120 and it does me just fine. I still need to find a way to better transfer the movies and music from my laptop to it, but it does me well and I had it for a few years now.

And he told you that so you'll spend more money on a PS3.


#1842884 Got my diploma in the mail today...

Posted by tarheelpride on 01 August 2012 - 01:56 PM

I've been waiting for it since I graduated in May. Very surreal feeling, and very proud of it.


Now I just need to frame this bad boy




Shop at Amazon Contact Us: info@carolinahuddle.com