Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by justingroves, Jan 3, 2020.
Does this move anyone in the crocs debate? His are...something.
When you're Harrison Bailey, the rules don't apply
If he can get us back to the promised land, he can clog to class for all I care.
Whew. Those are something.
My son would wear crocs 24/7 if we would let him. Even has a pair of fuzzy crocs for the winter.
I walk the dogs at times in a pair of Bass Pro knockoff crocs that I've had for years. I keep them by the door for pretty much just that purpose. I can't recall wearing them out for anything besides a couple of trips to the creek.
It's college, wear what's clean(or as close to it) and comfortable. Style usually takes a backseat.
Season is getting more interesting by the transfer.
If you’ve got flat feet you won’t be comfortable in crocs for long
Some like em some don't, I'm thinkin the holes are where your dignity leaks out.
portals opening up like the final battle in Avengers: endgame
I believe that they’re kids reaching out to coaches at other schools before they enter the portal to see if they have room. I know coaches can’t do it but I haven’t seen anything in that direction.
Technically speaking, coaches of one school cannot have contact with a student-athlete under and LOI with another school, regardless as to whom started the conversation.
My boss tells me they’re back in style among the kids. Everybody is wearing them at her kid’s school.
I love sandals, so I imagine they are comfortable, especially the fuzzy ones. They look warm.
Miserable. And if they get wet and you step in uneven ground with that no grip flat foot, curling toes wont save you from a close to Zion blowout, except the shoe just spins so and looks like your ankle is sideways
Walking is definitely a dangerous activity.
I was just about to post this.
I. so. [uck fay]ing. hate. Butch. Jones. I. can't. even. begin. to. explain.
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