Commencing this week’s comedy special, Colton vlogs an astute observation: “Every decision I make is bigger and means more.” He returns to Denver, his motherland, to cope with multiple girls fawning over him. Upon arrival, he has a bro-to-bro 30-second convo with Ben from Season 20. Colton thanks Ben for all the heartfelt advice, then…
Colton preps for his Youtube career as he shirtlessly vlogs on the beach in Vietnam. The ladies arrive, fresh-faced, to create every videographer’s dream moment: women screaming, “Good morning, Vietnam!” while gracefully crowding on a balcony. Colton and Hannah G. get sexy massages together, each wrapped in large leaves. Colton lovingly refers to the Insta…
Hilliard-Arce’s 65th minute goal elevated No. 8 Stanford men’s soccer (10-2-1, 4-0-1 Pac-12) over Oregon State (4-9-0, 1-4-0) in a 1-0 victory on Sunday afternoon. The Cardinal dominated the Beavers in shot attempts (23 to 8) and in shots on goal (9 to 2), but Stanford had trouble converting outside of the one goal.
Throughout this season, Stanford Football(3-2, 2-1 Pac-12) needed to convert on third downs. After junior running back Bryce Love’s performance in this weekend’s 34-24 win against Arizona State (2-3, 1-1 Pac-12), it seems like the Cardinal offense has fulfilled this need.
After taking a week off for some reason or another, “The Bachelorette” is back, and by god, it only took a week for me to forget how annoying her voice is.
Last Sunday, with the season-four premiere “The Long Way Down Job,” the “Leverage” crew hit its peak – literally.
Just in case any (read: all) of you readers haven’t been faithfully watching “The Bachelorette” for two hours a week, let me introduce you to the man whose absolute scumbaggery has defined this season: a fine young lump of human slime by the name of Bentley.
To catch you guys up: this year’s bachelorette is Ashley, and she’s about a thousand times more annoying than Ali; her personality is built on insecurities, and her behavior is based around mind games.