We've heard of "Man Laws," but HOOKEM0442 asks if there are any we can come up with that apply to sports. One of the suggested laws is, "As a sports fan, you are not allowed to refer to your team as 'we' or 'us,'" but juansz1982 thinks that law's got to go: "I always use 'us' and 'we'. If you go to a school you have a right to say 'we' because you are (or were) a student like the players. Even with pro teams it is ok to say 'we'. The more loyal you are, the more you feel connected to the team." Join the conversation
So how do they decide when an Ohio State player gets a Buckeye Sticker? kingstatalot's got the answer, but CalHorn says it really doesn't matter: "Just win. Leave the helmet adornments for others." Join the conversation
Don't forget, Inside Texas Subscribers have access to the Memeber's Only forum where you can get your personal questions answered by IT's Clendon Ross, Bill Frisbie and Ross Lucksinger and Scout.com's recruiting analysts, including state of Texas analyst Jeremy Patterson.
Members also have access to the Coaches Corner forum to ask questions of our resident coaches and talk about Xs and Os, schemes, gameplans, offensive and defensive theories, etc. During a discussion about the Horns' offense, PacmanJr asks, "Hey coach, I actually think Finley blocked much better than I expected in this game. He had a good block on Jamaal's toss sweep for 10 yards. Did you get a chance to watch his overall blocking?"
Coach most certainly did: "Pacman--Finley is more of a screen blocker right now that depends on body position more than power. I noticed his feet almost..." Join the conversation