The Florida Gators football team is known for its success in the SEC and throughout college football. In this article, we will take a look at how the state of Florida has been impacted by their recent performance on the gridiron.
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Florida’s Dan Mullen has been dismissed, and another huge position is suddenly available. Where did the Gators’ fortunes go awry? And how can they go back to competing for national championships? All of it is broken down by our professionals.
What was the main cause of Dan Mullen’s demise?
Scott Stricklin, the athletic director of the University of Florida, stated it best when describing what was lacking: consistency. Mullen, like his predecessors Will Muschamp and Jim McElwain, had some success in his first season, coming within a score of beating Alabama in the SEC title game. However, developing a program that might achieve long-term success proved difficult. The bottom dropped out as soon as Kyle Trask, Kyle Pitts, and Kadarius Toney departed. It all comes down to recruitment. Mullen isn’t known in the SEC for being a particularly relentless recruiter when compared to his conference peers. That was the case at Mississippi State, where he was embraced, but once he returned to Gainesville, expectations shifted considerably. It was good to claim top-10 classes every year from 2019 through 2021, except that Florida always ended behind its main SEC competition: Alabama, Georgia, LSU, and Texas A&M. The current class rating for 2022 is 23rd. That’s not good enough, and it lost Mullen his job in the end. Because when the quality of the product on the field began to deteriorate, he had nothing to point to, no evident inflow of talent on the way, that might help stabilize the program or perhaps threaten Georgia’s dominance in the East.
Low, Chris: The obvious issue is a lack of recruitment. Florida has lost out on far too many quality athletes, particularly when compared to Alabama and Georgia’s recruiting efforts in recent years. It’s not as though Florida lacked skill. Mullen took on a laissez-faire approach toward recruiting with some of the things he said publicly, which irritated Florida administration, sponsors, and fans. Mullen has always been one of those individuals that was a little out of the ordinary and would get himself into problems with some of his less-than-sage remarks. When the bottom falls out, like it did for Florida this season, those things have a tendency of coming back to haunt you. Mullen’s undoing, in the end, was his team’s performance down the line this season. The Gators seemed uninterested in playing, which is a telling indicator that a coach has lost his team.
Mullen isn’t the easiest man to have in control of a school, but Florida was willing to overlook some of his interpersonal flaws as long as he won and produced outstanding offenses. Mullen earned the Florida job because of Trask’s advancement, and he’ll keep having opportunities to manage collegiate teams if he wants them. But two things about Mullen began to emerge: he despised recruiting and aspired to play in the NFL. When it comes to recruiting, it doesn’t help when you’re up against Kirby Smart, Nick Saban, and others. With Florida State down, Miami wandering, and UCF not in the Top 25, the state of Florida is as vulnerable as it has been in a long time. Florida had a fantastic chance to make the most of their recruiting opportunities. Instead, the skill level shifted in the other direction. The speed with which Mullen’s life crumbled is simply amazing.
Andrea Adelson (Adele): Let me transport you to a foggy night in Gainesville about a year ago, when Florida was ranked No. 6 in the nation and still had a chance to make the College Football Playoff. After Marco Wilson chucked his shoe, resulting in a 15-yard penalty that set up the winning field goal, a depleted LSU waltzed into the Swamp and won 37-34. Florida is 2-8 versus Power 5 opponents since the shoe toss. Now, I’m not saying the shoe throw altered everything, but something has shifted inside that program since that LSU game. First and foremost, Mullen has shown himself to be too devoted to certain of his staff, most notably defensive coordinator Todd Grantham. Second, and maybe more importantly, Mullen failed to capitalize on his early successes with his own players. Quarterback Emory Jones, the future’s hand-picked quarterback, awaited his chance to start. He was intended to deliver on Mullen’s promise of consistency. I was watching the postgame Zoom after Florida’s tight loss to Alabama in September when Mullen and his players indicated they wanted another shot against the Crimson Tide. Nobody could have predicted that an extraordinary implosion was going to occur, and Mullen had little power to prevent it. His refusal to take responsibility, as well as his behavior, aggravated the problem. He not only seemed to have lost the team, but he also appeared to have lost himself in the process.
Mark Schlabach: Not only did Florida lose by 27 points against Georgia, but the Bulldogs are also handing the Gators their tails in recruiting. While Kyle Trask and Kyle Pitts narrowed the talent gap last season, it was only temporary, and the talent gap is now as wide as the Suwannee River. Smart and his staff are among the best recruiters in the country, and while the talent gap narrowed with Kyle Trask and Kyle Pitts last season, it was only temporary, and it is now as wide as the Suwannee River. Smart has just switched a pair of high-profile Gators commits, and he’s on his way to another top-three recruiting class. Florida’s 2022 recruiting class is presently rated No. 23, behind South Carolina, Kentucky, and Georgia Tech in the FBS. Mullen may be one of the finest offensive playcallers in the nation, but it won’t matter if he doesn’t have comparable skill on the field. It’s unforgivable not to have a top-10 recruiting class in talent-rich Florida, particularly at a time when Florida State and Miami are suffering. Mullen also had an aggressive demeanor that rubbed some members of the administration the wrong way, and it eventually caught up with him.
What is the single most crucial quality that Florida’s new coach must possess?
Scarborough: A diligent recruiter is required, although that is overstated. Previously, the Gators had a fantastic recruiter. Will Muschamp was his name, and it didn’t work out. It’s also illogical to claim that Florida has to hire an offensive or defensive-minded head coach. Again, Muschamp was dismissed despite being one of the finest defensive coordinators in college football. Mullen is one of the top offensive playcallers in college football, according to Stricklin, who said this during his termination press conference. That should be enough to persuade you. It should be obvious that what Florida needs is someone who can see the broad picture, repair recruiting connections, reestablish Gainesville as a recruiting destination, and then figure out what to do with all those four- and five-star prospects once they come. They need a program architect with a clear vision for talent acquisition (see: the transfer portal in addition to high school recruitment) and development, as well as all other steps in the process. It’s a tall order, but Florida is asking for a lot when it declares that it intends to compete for championships every year.
Low: Some in Gator Nation believe it takes a tenacious recruiter. Others would suggest someone who can come in and give a steadying presence, while others would argue it needs to be an offensive expert in these day of dizzying offensive stats. The fact is that Steve Spurrier, aka the Head Ball Coach, isn’t coming back through that door, at least not as the Gators’ head coach. However, finding someone who fulfills all of the categories, such as an offensive-minded coach whose teams are balanced and routinely score points, would be perfect. A coach who will assemble a group of assistant coaches dedicated to player development and recruitment. A coach who is capable of handling all of the responsibilities that come with running a program that is always in the limelight. A coach who wakes up every day determined to defeat Alabama and Georgia (on the field and in recruiting) and who never loses his hunger no matter how many times the Gators reach the SEC title game or participate in major bowl games.
Rittenberg: A ferocious recruiter capable of competing with Smart, Saban, Jimbo Fisher, and others in probably the nation’s best talent market. Smart was correct when he claimed recently, “There isn’t a single coach in the world who can out-coach recruiting. It makes no difference to me who you are.” This is particularly true with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Even if Mullen’s greatest skill as a coach was player development, Florida will never be a developing program. The Gators need a coach who will concentrate on recruiting all year, even if he isn’t as good at in-game coaching. Under Mike Norvell, a good recruiter throughout his tenure, Florida State is steadily making progress. ESPN’s No. 15 class for the 2022 cycle is now at FSU. Even yet, a top-tier Gainesville recruiter might make a killing right now. Florida has the resources to acquire excellent assistants, but it must put recruiting first after Mullen failed to do so.
Dan Mullen, the coach of the Florida Gators, is being questioned about his dedication to top-tier recruiting and his decision-making. USA TODAY Sports/Jordan Prather
Adelson: The recruitment aspect is evident, but there was also a visible disconnect between Mullen and his players, who seemed to prefer being anywhere other than on the football field, beginning with the Kentucky game. Let’s not get anything mixed up here. Florida isn’t lacking in talent. Mullen has put together some strong recruiting classes for the Gators. But the problem for me is that many of the players have regressed this season, and there hasn’t been a single significant growth on the offensive side of the ball as a trustworthy option, despite the fact that the Gators understood it was a goal heading into the season. Mullen’s mishandling of the quarterback situation was one of his most egregious errors all season, and it may have cost him his job. Yes, recruiting is important, but Florida also needs a coach who can connect with his players, instilling hope, optimism, and trust that he and his staff are looking out for their best interests. Building a winning culture is a big part of coaching. It may begin with recruitment, but ultimately, the players on the roster are in charge of the team’s direction. And it all begins with the commander-in-chief.
Schlabach: Recruiting, Recruiting, Recruiting, Recruiting, Recruiting, Recruiting, Recruiting The Gators are about to hire their sixth coach since 2010, and Stricklin must make the proper choice. The Gators need someone who is not just experienced with recruiting in Florida, but also with attracting a staff of young, dynamic coaches to compete with Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, and Texas A&M. Mullen didn’t really like recruiting, and neither did a number of his top assistant coaches. For a long time, Florida lagged behind the rest of the SEC in terms of facilities, but that’s no longer an excuse with changes coming next year. There’s no reason for the show to have taken such a hit.
Who would you pick as Florida’s next coach?
Rittenberg: I’d start with Bob Stoops and then go on to Mario Cristobal, Billy Napier, and Luke Fickell if he says no. As a Miami native, Cristobal has an excellent mix of recruiting skills and local relationships. He would also stress a physical approach centered on the line of scrimmage, and he has experience choosing coordinators. Napier seems to be more than capable of leading an SEC team, and as a Georgia native who attended college and began his coaching career in South Carolina, he has strong regional links. He’s worked for both Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney, and he’s the kind of pedal-to-the-metal recruiter/offensive mind that Florida is known for. Fickell has a defensive history, but that shouldn’t deter Florida from pursuing him. Throughout his career, he has been a good recruiter, and not only in and around his hometown of Ohio. He also worked with former Florida coach Urban Meyer, instilling a type of toughness in the Gators that looked to be missing at times.
Scarborough: I agree with Adam that I would call Stoops first. For what it’s worth, I wouldn’t blink if I heard Stricklin refer to his brother, Kentucky’s Mark Stoops, as a brilliant coach. He has shown the capacity to develop a program, which is just what Florida needs. Billy Napier, on the other hand, is someone I’d pay close attention to. Some may argue that it’s too soon, that Florida is too big a position for a Group of 5 coach who is just in his fourth season as a head coach. I understand their concerns. But I’ve already spent time with Napier. He’s a unique individual. He has worked as an assistant coach for both Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban. Where else are you going to look for something like that? He’s young and has a track record of putting together good attacks, but he’s got a lot of the CEO attitude. He understands the broad picture but is fixated on the specifics, asking his Louisiana employees why heights aren’t listed down to the quarter-inch. He might have leapt to other possibilities in the Power 5, seeking more money and reputation, but he has remained put. That tells me something about patience and practicality. But most importantly, he has triumphed. While his resume as a head coach may be lacking in comparison to others, the fact that he has won four consecutive division titles and three consecutive seasons with double-digit wins says much about his skill.
Low: The fantasy coach game is always entertaining, but it seldom corresponds to reality. Even if it’s difficult to see Bob Stoops returning to college football in the age of 24/7 recruiting and the transfer portal, he’s surely worth a call. Mark Stoops has done a fantastic job at Kentucky, constantly developing guys who were not considered five-star prospects. Lane Kiffin’s offense would be a fantastic match, but Scott Stricklin is unlikely to hire him. Mr. Patient has been Billy Napier. He turned down multiple SEC head-coaching offers and has done an outstanding job at Louisiana. He’s worked with Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney, among others. He’s an offensive player who enjoys recruiting and has the enthusiasm and desire to help the Gators add to their title tally. Napier seems to be the most probable candidate.
Schlabach: I’m contacting Lane Kiffin if Bob Stoops says no. It’s terrifying to think about what he could accomplish with the talent that was on Steve Spurrier and Urban Meyer’s Florida teams. Kiffin is on the verge of leading the Rebels to a 10-win season, which is about as uncommon as Ole Miss losing the game, and he may have already reached his limit. He loves South Florida, and if Manny Diaz is ousted, I wouldn’t be shocked if he’s engaged in the Miami hunt. Given Kiffin’s off-field behavior in the past, Stricklin would be taking a risk by hiring him, but he’s one of the most imaginative offensive minds in the nation and could construct a staff to compete with Alabama and Georgia in recruiting.
Adelson: Do you know why Kiffin stands on the sidelines with a visor on? SPURRIER, STEVE Is that sufficient? I agree with Mark that Stricklin is under a lot of pressure to get this decision right since he has lately been under criticism — not just for handing Mullen a contract extension, but also for the incomprehensible manner he handled sexual misconduct claims in the women’s basketball program. But he has to attempt to unite the fan base, and Billy Napier isn’t going to be the one to do that. Mark Stoops is unlikely to do so, either. Kiffin, on the other hand, will, and among the Gators fans I know, he is towards the top of many want lists. Yes, he has some red flags in his history, but he has not been involved in any off-field issues in recent years and seems to have learned from his mistakes. He’s got the visor, he’s got the offensive brain, and he’s got SEC recruiting experience. Stricklin has no choice but to take a gamble.
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Mac Jones, the quarterback of the New England Patriots, will never be able to escape Tom Brady’s shadow.
After “the guy,” it’s simply a part of being “the guy.” Cam Newton’s time with the Patriots gave some cushion, but it’s no secret that Bill Belichick selected Jones to be the next Tom Brady.
While Jones is under a great deal of pressure, comparisons aren’t necessarily a negative thing.
Mac Jones was almost born to play for the Patriots.
At Gillette Stadium, New England Patriots #10 Mac Jones celebrates a touchdown against the New York Jets | Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
Jones didn’t receive the same amount of attention as Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, or Trey Lance after the NFL draft, but he probably earned it.
He came from a position in college that was arguably the finest. He started for Nick Saban his junior year after backing up Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa at Alabama. That’s college football’s most pro-ready scheme, and Saban handles his team as if they’re already in the NFL. Jones not only came from that system, but he excelled at Alabama as well. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist and an unanimous first-team All-America pick. The days of Alabama quarterbacks just handing the ball off and launching a play-action pass are long gone. Jones passed for 4,500 yards and 41 touchdowns in 2020, while only throwing four interceptions.
Jones took over as head coach from Nick Saban. No other adjustment could have better equipped him to play in New England’s system and thrive.
He hasn’t been flawless as a rookie, but he has guided the Patriots to a five-game winning run, and they are in a tight race for first place in the AFC East with the Buffalo Bills.
This season, Jones has passed for 2,540 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Patriots. He’s completing 70.2 percent of his throws while throwing eight interceptions. Only Kyler Murray has a higher scoring average in the league.
Shawne Merriman, a former Pro Bowler, isn’t shocked Jones is doing well.
With a 7-4 record, the Patriots have every reason to expect a postseason push. Who wants to play against Belichick in the playoffs? That has to be scary for the rest of the AFC. It comes as no surprise to those who have been paying attention.
When questioned about the Patriots’ run by Gambling.com, former NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman commented, “I’m more amazed that everyone is calling Mac Jones a star.” “It’s not like he wasn’t chosen well or the Patriots don’t draft well.”
Merriman remarked, “You don’t choose a quarterback that high until you have a lot of faith in him.”
Jones was considered the quarterback with the lowest potential in this year’s draft, but as Merriman pointed out, Belichick knows a thing or two about great quarterback performance.
Is Jones the next Tom Brady for the Patriots?
The New England Patriots’ Mac Jones #10 reacts during the game against the Atlanta Falcons | Getty Images/Todd Kirkland
Here’s what makes New England so special: Belichick doesn’t need the finest personnel in the league to win championships, and this is particularly true of his offensive approach.
Yes, he normally need a strong defense because it is the heart and soul of what the Patriots do, but he also requires offensive guys who execute their jobs well. Jones was the ideal choice for him since he doesn’t need flair or upside.
“They realized it was OK to give the torch to Mac Jones right away,” Merriman added. “He has the potential to be a great player, particularly in that system with (coach) Bill Belichick.” For him, everything is going well.”
Jones is capable of making any pass that offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels requests. He has the ability to keep the offense on schedule and ahead of the sticks. Sure, it makes him seem like a game-manager, but was Brady in that strategy any different? Brady simply happens to be a natural at it, and he’s as dependable as any athlete you’ll ever see.
Jones must demonstrate that he has Brady’s “it” factor, which he may never achieve, but Belichick has demonstrated that he can do more with less than any other coach in NFL history.
Jones isn’t required by Belichick to be Brady. He wants him to be like Brady in terms of working inside the system. Jones must do the task at hand on every play, and the rest will fall into place.
That’s the Patriot way, and Jones has done well thus far.
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Your last swimming lesson was probably when you were too little to imagine stepping into the deep end, clad in inflated water wings and holding noodles. While you’re definitely capable of staying afloat on your next trip to the lake, you could be losing out on the cardiovascular advantages of swimming. Use the most efficient stroke known to man, the front crawl, the next time you go to the pool to swim a few laps. The front crawl uses continually rotating arms, flutter-kicking legs, and effective breathing methods to get you from point A to point B quickly.
- Pull the water beyond your hips by extending your arm straight down and back, cupping your palm.
- Raise your arm from the water, bending it at the elbow and extending it in front of you.
- When you need to take a breath, tilt your head to the side. Between strokes, exhale while facedown in the water.
- Alternate strokes by extending one arm in front and pushing the other through the water.
- Use your legs to move your body forward with a flutter kick. To create a bubbling surface on the water, keep your feet outstretched and utilize little movements.
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Discovery+ channels operate differently from the regular channels that most people identify with cable and live TV streaming. These, on the other hand, may be a decent substitute for the service’s on-demand programming. Here’s how they function, as well as which Discovery+ channels are now accessible to stream live.
Discovery+ is just one of a slew of new streaming services that have lately emerged. As the name implies, the service focuses on Discovery-exclusive material as well as series from other Discovery networks. The streaming service debuted with over 2,500 series and 55,000 episodes available to watch.
Discovery+ is a $4.99 per month subscription service. This is only true for the basic ad-supported subscription. The cost of a Discovery+ membership goes to $6.99 per month for those who want an ad-free viewing experience. There’s much to watch regardless of whatever package is picked, including live stations.
Subscribers have access to certain channels.
Discovery+ channels are a very recent addition to the service, which is already pretty fresh. As a result, additional channels are projected to become accessible to broadcast over time. Until then, the current channel selection is restricted, with just a few options to choose from.
Channels available on Discovery+ include:
- 90 Days of Divorce
- Chopped & Flipped (Chopped & Flipped)
- Women Who Kill
- Upper Fixer-Upper
- Homicide Investigator
- House Hunters is a television show that follows people who are
- Intentional House Hunters
- Property Brothers are a group of brothers who own and
- Property Brothers is a real estate brokerage firm that specializes in buying and selling properties.
- Yes, Please To The Dress
- Outlaws of the Streets
Despite the fact that the list above isn’t very large, many of the live channels are for popular series from the Discovery networks. Not to mention that they cover all of the categories that the streaming service is known for, with at least one live channel dedicated to true crime, cooking, home improvement, and other topics. As a result, most Discovery+ members should be able to watch at least one live station.
The Discovery+ channels and how they function
Consumers who are acquainted with the Discovery Channel, HGTV, ID, and other Discovery networks will be accustomed to being able to tune in to whatever program is on at the moment on any of the live channels. This is in addition to recording the most recent episodes of their favorite programs on the DVR. Discovery+ channels, on the other hand, do not function in the same manner.
These channels, on the other hand, are merely show channels. Rather of presenting various programs at different times, each station just repeats episodes from the same show. The programs are all the same, and everyone who watches a Discovery+ channel will witness episode after episode of the same programme. While this is excellent news for fans of any of the individual series for which a Discovery+ channel is available, these channels will not be a substitute for Discovery Channel, HGTV, ID, or any of the other Discovery channels accessible via cable or live TV streaming services.
Furthermore, Discovery+ customers will be unable to record any of the currently airing programs for later viewing. Subscribers cannot rewind, fast-forward, or even stop a live broadcast since there is no ability to time shift. There’s no assurance that any of the same episodes will be accessible on demand in the future. In this sense, the only way to ensure that a given episode will be available to see is to tune in when it is being shown live. However, since there is no TV guide, there is no way to know what episodes are coming up ahead of time.
Summary of Discovery+ channels
Discovery+ channels are not the same as the Discovery network channels that live TV users are already familiar with. Each Discovery+ channel is dedicated to a particular program, rather than presenting a selection of shows from the same network. As a result, viewers can only expect to watch various episodes of the same program on a given station. Furthermore, there is no way to record any of these live channels or even see what episodes are scheduled to air later.
While there are just a handful Discovery+ channels available right now, they are channels for popular series from various Discovery networks. Furthermore, the channel selection is set to increase over time, with Discovery+ slated to add more.
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Looking for the greatest gifts — and gifts to receive — this holiday season? Here’s a link to Underscored’s Holiday Guide.
It’s time to start your Christmas shopping, believe it or not. Amazon has already posted early Black Friday offers, and with concerns about the global supply chain, it’s difficult to predict how long it will take for your gifts to arrive.
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Satin Pillowcase for Hair and Skin by Bedsure
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Smooth Operator Kit by Billie ($35; mybillie.com)
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Bold Hoops by Mejuri ($160; mejuri.com)
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Shopping for jewelry may be difficult, but these beautiful, classic hoops will never go out of style. They’re also available in 14-karat gold and 14-karat white gold to suit your style.
Cocktail Subscription Box from Spoon & Shaker (beginning at $50 for one box; shakerandspoon.com)
Spoon & Shaker
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This cocktail subscription box, which comes in 1-, 3-, 6-, and 12-month subscription choices, will delight the cocktail connoisseur in your life. We tried a box ourselves and were blown away by the unique, complex, and, most importantly, tasty cocktails we created. Aside from the liquor, the package has all of the components you’ll need to prepare three distinct cocktails, as well as thorough, easy-to-follow directions.
Ice Roller by Esarora (beginning at $12.99; amazon.com)
Ice Roller by Esarora
This ice roller from Esarora is an inexpensive, but efficient cosmetic necessity for puffiness, headaches, and migraines.
The Essential $75 Cashmere Sweater from Naadam ($75; naadam.co)
The Essential $75 Cashmere Sweater by Naadam
Cashmere sweaters are a fashion mainstay, but they can be rather costly. That’s why Naadam’s $75 cashmere sweater is so appealing. It also comes in 11 different hues and sizes ranging from XXS to XXL.
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This year, the Dyson Airwrap is the ultimate luxury gift. While the $500 price tag is scary, we tested it and believe it is well worth the money. Our whole opinions may be found here.
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Gift Edition Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer
The Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer is a big-ticket gadget you undoubtedly hope someone would gift you every Christmas season. If this is the year you finally take the plunge, you will not be disappointed. We put it to the test and will never use a regular hair dryer again.
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Our Location Is Constantly Pan
The cult classic Always Pan is a beautiful, multi-functional nonstick pan that promises to be able to replace eight other kitchen equipment. We immediately discovered that it’s much more than a gorgeous pan when we put it to the test. Check out the rest of our review here.
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It may seem strange to offer a Tushy bidet as a Christmas gift, but believe us when we say that everyone who receives one will be eternally thankful. This basic bidet will revolutionize the way you go to the bathroom forever, thanks to its quick installation and adjustable nozzle.
26-Ounce Yeti Rambler Bottle (available at yeti.com for $39.99)
Yeti Rambler 26-Ounce Bottle
The Yeti Rambler, our selection for the best water bottle of 2021, is highly durable and features a terrific cap that enables you to sip rapidly while also filling the bottle with ice and water. You can learn more about it in our water bottle guide.
Teva ReEmber Slip-On ($75; nordstrom.com) Teva ReEmber Slip-On ($75; nordstrom.com)
These comfortable slippers are created from recyclable materials and will keep your feet warm wherever you are. They’re perfect for dog walks, camping vacations, and everything in between. For this slipper, we checked out the Cotopaxi x Teva collaboration, and it’s no surprise that we liked them.
Butane Torch by Sondiko ($19.99; amazon.com)
Butane Torch Sondiko
This easy-to-use butane torch is a kitchen must-have for his next crème brûlée or BBQ experience.
Gourmet Hot Sauce by Truff ($17.98; amazon.com and truff.com) is a gourmet hot sauce made by Truff.
Truff Gourmet Hot Sauce
This gourmet hot sauce contains a complicated but tasty combination of truffle, red chile pepper, and agave nectar for the man who can’t get enough spice.
ThermoPro TP20 Digital Cooking Food Meat Thermometer with Wireless Remote ($56.99, originally $59.99; amazon.com) is a wireless remote digital cooking food meat thermometer.
ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Cooking Food Meat Thermometer
With this handy thermometer that has an extra monitor, you can check the temperature from up to 300 feet away, you’ll never overcook meat again.
($39.99; amazon.com) Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker by Hamilton Beach
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This all-in-one sandwich maker will save him time in the morning while still providing a delectable meal.
Cold Brew Coffee Pot by Hario Mizudashi ($23.50; amazon.com)
Cold Brew Coffee Pot by Hario Mizudashi
Coffee lovers will like this Hario cold brew pot, which was named the best cold brew maker of 2021 by us.
AirTag by Apple ($29; amazon.com)
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If he’s continually misplacing his belongings, get him a few Apple AirTags to help him keep track of what he’s misplaced. Just be sure you acquire some AirTags accessories to go with them.
Yukon Stove for One ($469.99, down from $599.99; solostove.com)
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This Solo Stove fire pit produces a practically smokeless fire, allowing him to spend quality time in the backyard without smelling like smoke for days.
Ooni Karu 12 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven (beginning at $399; ooni.com) Ooni Karu 12 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven (starting at $399; ooni.com)
An Ooni pizza oven is a great present for someone who is *really* like fire, gourmet pizzas, or spending time in the outdoors. We checked out the Ooni Karu 16 for ourselves and found it to be a really easy and tasty method to make pizza.
Emart Selfie Ring Light, 10-Inch (Amazon.com; $29.99)
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This ring light, which is our vote for the greatest ring light of 2021, would appeal to any TikTok fan.
Moon Pod (beginning at $299; moonpod.co) is a self-contained pod.
The Moon Pod is a zero-gravity beanbag with a cloudlike sitting experience whether your child needs a place to relax or just wants to enhance their room. It is, without a doubt, the most comfy beanbag we have ever sat on. Check out the rest of our review here.
Electric Ice Cream Maker Machine Dash My Pint (Amazon.com; $22.30, originally $24.99; Dash My Pint Electric Ice Cream Maker Machine)
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This ice cream maker is simple and enjoyable to operate for the child with an insatiable sweet appetite. It’s also the ideal quantity of ice cream for a movie night, since it’s just one pint.
Exploding Kittens’ A Game of Cat & Mouth ($19.82, originally $24.99; amazon.com)
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The youngsters will spend hours catapulting balls back and forth in this pinball-style game.
Outree Pod Swing Seat for Kids (Amazon.com; $39.99)
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With this hanging swing seat, you can help your child relax. It can support up to 100 pounds and is the ideal spot for them to unwind or read a book.
The Mandalorian The Child ($78.07, originally $79.99; amazon.com) is a Lego Star Wars set for children.
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Lego sets are usually a safe bet for Christmas gifts, and if the kid in your life is a Star Wars fan, they’ll go crazy for this one, which portrays The Child, a.k.a. Baby Yoda.
The Nintendo Switch Lite is a simplified version of the Nintendo Switch. ($199; amazon.com) is a low-cost version of the Nintendo Switch.
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The Nintendo Switch Lite is a portable gaming system that allows youngsters to play their favorite games all day. They’ll be delighted for hours with the Nintendo Switch Lite, which has everything from Mario to Pokémon. And if you need some games to go with it, here are some of our favorites.
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Are you prepared to perish kicking and screaming, blaming the latency gods for your failure, just to discover that you can’t revive your character? That, my friends, is the pleasure of permadeath, and it’s returning to Dungeons & Dragons Online next week!
Standing Stone Games has announced that the fifth Hardcore League season will begin on December 1st and last for two months, ending on February 1st, 2022 — a touch shorter than previous seasons. This time around, players may strive to live as long as they can to gain sashes, cloaks, a Blood Reaper pet, and the desired “bloody footprints” cosmetic from the first season, which has sparked some debate among the playerbase who believe this exclusive should’ve remained an exclusive.
“When the Hardcore League concludes, players will have a limited period to move any character from the Hardcore Server to any of the current DDO servers of their choosing – including characters that have died.” These deceased characters will mysteriously resurrect and re-enter the land of the living, where they will continue play as regular characters. A character from another globe cannot be transferred to the Hardcore League.”
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the Philadelphia Eagles got some fantastic news. The Dallas Cowboys were defeated in overtime against the Las Vegas Raiders, reducing their season record to 7-4.
On the other side, the Eagles (5-6) are quietly climbing back up the NFC East rankings. Following their Thanksgiving Day setback, they’ve won three of their previous four games and are now within striking distance of Dallas. To make circumstances even better for Philadelphia, the team’s schedule favors a second-half surge.
The Eagles have a relatively easy schedule ahead of them.
Now that the #Cowboys have lost, the #Eagles can smell blood in the water.
The #Eagles have the easiest remaining schedule, playing the Cowboys at the conclusion of the season, and it’s not impossible for them to take the NFC East from the Cowboys!
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One of the biggest advantages of placing last in a division, apart from getting a strong draft selection, is the last-place schedule that comes with it. Last season, the Eagles won only four games and finished dead last in the NFC East, paving the way for a much better year in 2021.
They successfully utilized their first-round choice on wide receiver DeVonta Smith, who is already making an impact, and now get to enjoy the benefits of a more manageable schedule as the season progresses.
They had two games against the New York Giants, two games against the Washington Football Team, one game against the New York Jets, and one game against the Dallas Cowboys (at home). Given the large amount of divisional games, it’s about as simple a schedule as a club could hope for. The Eagles have a great shot to win the division heading into a pivotal Week 18 meeting against the Cowboys.
Of course, the Eagles must continue to perform well in order to win these games. However, it seems that they have some power over their fate. Even if they don’t bridge the distance on Dallas by Week 18, 4-5 victories in this period should be enough to claim a Wild Card berth in the NFC.
The Eagles have just gotten a huge boost ahead of their Week 12 matchup against the Giants.
The Eagles’ first game in the second half will be against the Giants at New York. Despite a productive summer, the Giants are suffering this season, sitting dead last in the NFC East with a 3-7 record.
Regardless of the circumstances, the Eagles should be confident going into this game. However, there were some small fears this week that they might be missing their star cornerback, Darius Slay.
During the Eagles’ recent victory against the New Orleans Saints, Slay sustained a head injury and was placed in concussion protocol. The Eagles don’t have a lot of cornerback depth, but Slay has been outstanding this season (three defensive touchdowns). Even against a poor Giants offense, losing him would be a major blow.
Slay, on the other hand, declared on November 26 that he had completed concussion protocol and will be playing this weekend. Coaches, players, and fans of the Philadelphia Eagles may all breathe a sigh of relief.
The Giants should have trouble moving the ball against the Eagles.
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Week 12 could be another tough outing for Daniel Jones and the Giants offense, with Slay expected to play and the Eagles defense coping with few other problems.
The Giants’ offense is presently ranked 28th in terms of yards gained and 25th in terms of projected points provided. During a hard-fought divisional war, this is not a unit that should be expected to excel.
Following the sacking of offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, the Giants could have some tricks up their sleeves. With Slay active and ready to play, this seems to be a game that the Eagles should easily win, putting them one step closer to challenging for the NFC East title.
Pro Football Reference provided all stats.
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We’ve chosen to reprint a vintage essay each Sunday to assist our younger readers discover some of the greatest, evergreen jewels from the past, with our archives currently totaling over 3,500 items. This story was first published in April of this year.
Let me re-enact the common scenario you encounter every time you visit a commercial gym. You get out of bed or come home from work, change into your training clothes, load your gym bag with everything you need (supplements, sneakers, protein shaker, etc.) and go out the door. You get in your vehicle and, like many others who live in a congested city, strike traffic a few minutes into your trip. You sit, waiting for the traffic to clear so you can complete the lofty objective of working out that you’ve set for yourself. You arrive at your location after 30 minutes, four close crashes, and two mental breakdowns. You warm up while waiting for the man performing bicep curls in the 20,000-square-foot facility’s one and only squat rack, which is surrounded by interminable lines of treadmills and ellipticals. Finally, you slip inside the rack and do your squats while avoiding that one man who offers you form tips while preaching the virtues of yoga over weightlifting. Finally, two hours later, you finish your session and travel 30 minutes home to dine.
Is it anything you’ve heard before?
Now, let me show you how a regular training session for myself and hundreds of others who have ditched the gym membership rat race looks like.
I put on a pair of shorts — sweatpants and a jacket if it’s chilly; no shirt if it’s hot — and go out into my garage. I stroll over to my radio system and turn on some relaxing music to help me relax throughout my warm-up. Squats are on the menu, so I rack my bar (the bar that only my buddies and I use, and which is better to any bar at the gym where I used to spend $70 per month) and begin gradually raising the weight. I’m at the top of my game, so I put on some Dave Mustaine, crank up the volume to 11, and go to work. I finish the attack on my body about an hour later, go 10 feet inside my home to the greatest anabolic machine in the known world – the refrigerator — create a protein shake, and reflect on the hard work I’ve put in.
You’re probably thinking to yourself, “Man!” after reading that. That’s all well and good, but…” “But.” The single most damaging word to any man’s objective. “However, I lack the necessary funds.”
That’s why I’m here to assist you. Today, I’ll show you how to create a home gym on a budget, and how it’s a lot less expensive than you would expect. By the time we’re done, you’ll be kicking yourself for not switching sooner.
Make sure to listen to our podcast with Coop about home gyms:
Starting With: How to Build a Home Gym for Less Than $1,000: The Effective, But Budget-Friendly Equipment We Recommend
A home gym, without a question, may be costly to construct. In fact, I’ve seen folks spend upwards of $50,000 to build a completely equipped garage gym. However, just because some people choose to spend that much money on home workouts doesn’t imply it’s essential or a smart idea.
The truth is that a functional home gym can be built for less than $1,000.
To get started, you just need a few basic pieces of equipment. We recommend the following products regardless of your aim; whether you’re trying to lose weight or grow muscle, these goods will help you succeed:
- Olympic weightlifting barbell
- Pull-up bar with squat rack
- Plates with weights (rubber or iron depending on your budget)
- Bench with a flat surface
- Rope jumps
There are hundreds of more pieces of equipment we might suggest, but only once you’ve covered the essentials.
When it comes to purchasing these essential pieces of home gym equipment on a budget, you’ll want to look for items that are both effective and versatile. However, just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you have to settle for subpar equipment. Cheaply built equipment will result in less satisfaction, less usage, a higher risk of injury, a reduced resale value, and a higher possibility of needing to replace it. Thankfully, since more gym equipment is being bought today than at any other moment in history (mainly due to the expanding garage gym population), you can acquire really nice equipment at amazing costs.
Below, we’ve broken down our particular brand/product suggestions that satisfy this criteria for being both well-made and affordable:
Olympic Weightlifting Barbell
The Olympic barbell is the piece of equipment that we suggest as being of the finest quality in your gym. The barbell will probably be used more than any other piece of equipment, and there are significant variations in performance and durability between a high-quality barbell and the inexpensive steel rods marketed as barbells by certain manufacturers.
The Ohio Power Bar from Rogue Fitness is the barbell we suggest for most individuals, particularly those who concentrate on the squat, deadlift, bench, and overhead press. For around $300, the OPB comes with a 29MM, 205K PSI tensile strength shaft with aggressive knurling, a center knurl, powerlifting knurl markings, and a bronze bushing rotation mechanism (as of this writing). All of the above specifications may seem confusing (you can learn more about barbell anatomy and terminology here), but just know that it’s a barbell that can handle just about anything you can throw at it, is made in the USA, and comes with a lifetime warranty; this is a barbell that you’ll be able to use for the rest of your life, and maybe even pass down to your grandchildren.
The FringeSport Wonder Bar V2 is a good option if you want a bar with a smaller shaft and no center knurl (which feels better for front squats and overhead press since the knurl doesn’t scrape your chin). The Wonder Bar V2 is a fantastic imported barbell that costs about $200 and can be delivered to your home. The Wonder Bar has a lifetime guarantee and is made of high-tensile strength steel with a medium-aggressive knurl and bronze bushing rotating mechanism.
Attached to a Squat Rack is a Pull-Up Bar.
Almost every home gym has a squat rack as its centerpiece. It’s where you’ll squat, push, pull-up, and do a variety of other workouts. A excellent squat rack will make you feel comfortable while using it, will endure a long time, and will provide many attachments to expand its adaptability as your cash account grows. Fortunately, most squat racks on the market today can take whatever weight you can lift now, as well as any weight you anticipate to lift in the future. As a result, we don’t feel compelled to advocate as high a quality as we would for a barbell.
The PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack from Rep Fitness is the squat rack we suggest to most folks on a budget. The PR-1100 has a footprint of 48″ by 47.5″ and stands at 84″ tall. It boasts a 1,000-pound weight capacity (more than most people reading this would ever imagine of lifting), a multi-grip pull-up bar, and optional attachments like a lat pulldown and dip handles. Aside from the utilitarian aspects of the rack, it is also available in a red or blue powder coat finish that would look great in any home gym. Although a squat rack may cost considerably more, if you’re on a budget, this is a wonderful alternative that will last you many years, has strong resale value, and is priced very reasonably at around $250.
We recommend the Rogue R-3 Power Rack or the Rep PR-3000 Power Rack if you want a squat rack that is more durable, has thicker steel, and has a few additional attachments.
Plates with Weights
It’s only natural that you purchase stuff to put on the barbell now that you have a barbell and a location to hang it. Weight plates exist in a variety of sizes, colors, and materials, but for the most part, you’ll want to look for used iron Olympic plates on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, yard sales, and other similar sites.
If you can’t locate a set of weight plates that are worth the money, there are a few low-cost versions available to purchase fresh online. The CAP Barbell Olympic 2-Inch Weight Plates are a good option for fresh iron plates on a budget. They’re inexpensive, precisely proportioned, weigh almost as much as they claim, and are widely accessible. Most iron weight plates are cast-iron and manufactured in identical facilities abroad, so the ordinary home gym owner doesn’t need to pay much more than the CAP Barbell Plates cost.
We recommend obtaining bumper plates if you want to perform Olympic lifts like the snatch or clean and jerk. Bumper plates may be costly, so we recommend purchasing just what you need for Olympic lifts and using iron plates for the remainder. The FringeSport Black Bumper Plates are the perfect bumper plates for individuals on a tight budget. These are constructed of virgin rubber, have a perfect weight accuracy, won’t damage your foundation or barbell, and are nearly as inexpensive as bumper plates.
Bench with a flat surface
Although most people identify a flat bench with the bench press, it can really be a highly flexible piece of equipment with a little imagination. I’ve done everything from box squats to box jumps to rows to split squats on my flat bench. A good flat bench will have a firm foam cushion, a stable platform, and be roughly 17″ off the ground.
The AmazonBasics Flat Weight Bench is the flat bench we suggest for individuals on a budget. We put it to the test, and despite its inexpensive price (around $50 as of this writing), it was able to withstand almost everything we threw at it. The AmazonBasics Bench is sturdy, has a good vinyl covering, and is reasonably priced.
A jump rope is the last piece of equipment we suggest for people wishing to build a low-cost home gym. To those who haven’t used a jump rope since elementary school, it may seem goofy, but it’s a fantastic conditioning and coordination tool that can be used for both long and short length periods. The basic jump rope can help you warm up and build your stamina and endurance in addition to jogging, sprinting, and jumping.
A jump rope can be found almost anyplace, but if you’re looking for a cheap jump rope, something like the Garage Fit PVC Jump Rope works well for most individuals. We recommend skipping the speed rope and instead opting for the thicker PVC ropes, which are more flexible and simpler to master.
After you’ve got our suggested fundamentals in place, you can start adding items like adjustable dumbbells, kettlebells, plyo-boxes, and other pieces of equipment that tickle your interest to your arsenal. To safeguard your foundation, pick up a pair of horse stall rugs from your local farm supply shop.
When it comes to adding new things to your gym, the most common advice we provide is to start with the basics and then create a goal, such as working out four days a week for three months in a row; if you reach this goal, reward yourself with a new piece of equipment. This boosts your chances of accomplishing the goal and provides you with a motivator to keep up your fitness routine!
A Home Gym’s Surprising Affordability
Here’s how the cost of following our advice (using all the lowest alternatives and an average number of weight plates required to get started) would break down:
- Wonder Bar V2 by FringeSport: $200
- Rep Fitness PR-1100 Home Gym Power Rack: $240
- $50 for an AmazonBasics Flat Weight Bench
- Olympic 2-Inch Weight Plates from CAP Barbell: $350
- $8 for a Garage Fit PVC Jump Rope
850 dollars total
As you can see, a high-quality, extremely functional home gym may be built for less than $1,000. And if you purchase the aforementioned equipment secondhand, you can do it for much less.
When you compare the cost of a $1,000 nut to the cost of a commercial gym membership, $1,000 seems like a lot.
The average monthly cost of a gym membership is $58. (Yes, $10/month gyms exist, but they lack power racks and only offer Smith machines, making them unsuitable for good training.)
This implies that if you pay $58 a month for a gym membership then cancel it to start a home gym, the money you would have spent on monthly dues would have paid off the investment in little over a year. After that, you’ll begin to save money on a monthly basis.
That’s simply the money you’ll save on membership fees alone with a home gym. There are additional ways that foregoing monthly dues in favor of a home gym might save you money.
According to a poll conducted by MyProtein, Americans aged 18 to 65 spend $155 each month on health and fitness. This figure includes not just gym membership costs, but also supplements, gym apparel and accessories, food plans, and personal trainers.
All of these problems may be avoided while exercising at home. You can wear whatever clothes you want because your gym is only for you and your friends; you don’t need as many supplements because you’re close enough to your fridge to eat real food; and the nutrition and training advice you’d get from a trainer can be replaced by either an online programming/coaching company for much less, or completely replaced by the large amount of free content online. Not to mention the money you’ll save on gas by not having to go to the gym!
Keep the money you save or use it toward adding equipment to your home gym; even if you follow the latter path, you won’t be spending any more than you would at a commercial gym.
To summarize, building a home gym can be done on the cheap and is more within your grasp than you may think; for less than the cost of a gym membership (or even months for some), you can have a home gym that will give you with better exercises and more happiness. And the advantages don’t stop there: working out at home gives you more time to accomplish the things you want, sets a good example for your family, and allows you to invite friends to work out with you anytime you want without worrying about running out of guest permits.
To summarize, building a home gym can be done on the cheap and is more within your grasp than you may think; for less than the cost of a gym membership (or even months for some), you can have a home gym that will give you with better exercises and more happiness. And the advantages don’t stop there: working out at home gives you more time to accomplish the things you want, sets a good example for your family, and allows you to invite friends to work out with you anytime you want without worrying about running out of guest permits.
Coop is the founder of Garage Gym Evaluations, a website that provides in-depth equipment reviews to assist individuals create their own home gym. Garage Gym Reviews may also be found on YouTube and Instagram, in addition to their website.
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