Sunday, August 25, 2013

Who Has The Guns? Louisville's Michael Dyer or Texas A&M's Ben Malena?

The Louisville Cardinals and Texas A&M Aggies are going to be two of the best teams in college football this season. Both have Heisman-caliber quarterbacks, solid wide receivers, and a running back that you don't want to arm wrestle.

Clearly both guys have spent some time in the weight room and have no intention of dropping a ball or getting stripped this season. But I have one important question--whose got the bigger guns? Dyer looks like he has the size, but Malena's are more ripped...


  1. Just a small tip for the writer of the article:
    Whose ≠ who's. In other words, "whose" is not the same word as "who's."
    "Whose" basically means "belonging to whom" and "who's" is a contraction for "who is" or "who has." For your purposes, you would have been better off starting the headline of the article with "Who's Got the Guns..." (Use of the word "got" is a whole other issue).
    There are other things I could point out, but I thought I definitely should for this one, since it's a glaring error, being in a headline.
    Best of wishes for future articles!

    - The Football Grammarian

    1. Eh--it was late and I was tired. Should have just gone to bed rather than try and do one more post. Thanks.

  2. No prob. Thanks for writing for us! We enjoy the articles! (And I understand about the late & tired writing -- I did the same when I was writing for Northwestern!)

    1. Shoot. It's good to know someone besides me actually sees these things.