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Old 08-06-2009, 01:53 PM   #91
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It's also pretty hard to argue with someone whose nickname was "The Galloping Ghost."

Fuck, that's cool.
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It's also pretty hard to argue with someone whose nickname was "The Galloping Ghost."

Fuck, that's cool.
You're biased, though.



That being said, he's completely inarguable.
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You're biased, though.
Absolutely.

We also had this guy:



And that's about it for our football legacy. Nitschke, Halas also, I guess.
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Speaking of being biased...

How many games do you have to lose by ten points on a neutral field before ESPN shuts the fuck up about you and your BCS-egg-laying coach? Apparently more than two. Jesus, does OU ever suck.
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Absolutely.

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And that's about it for our football legacy. Nitschke, Halas also, I guess.
Kevin Hardy!

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guess you-know-who is back...

mikal?

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What do we think of Greg Easterbrook? Apart from his pro-Nazi stance, that is? I am not speaking ironically, here, but seriously--I understand your possible aversion to the man's personal politics made public by his own choice (and I can't tell you adequately enough how much I agree with you), but I also can't deny that I just really, really, really tend to agree with most everything the man has to say about football. Most everything, mind; not everything.

Thoughts?
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I'm a big fan of TMQ, so I've got no problem with the guy.
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Hey, speaking of ESPN. Have you heard of this Sanchez guy? He plays for the Jets?
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What do we think of Greg Easterbrook? Apart from his pro-Nazi stance, that is? I am not speaking ironically, here, but seriously--I understand your possible aversion to the man's personal politics made public by his own choice (and I can't tell you adequately enough how much I agree with you), but I also can't deny that I just really, really, really tend to agree with most everything the man has to say about football. Most everything, mind; not everything.

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I like him more than I dislike him. Sometimes he's too fixated on certain things and talks about them repeatedly, but overall he's an enjoyable read. He and I most definitely agree about coaches needing to be more aggressive on 4th and short, or punting from the other team's 40, etc.
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mikal?

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Brent Farve?
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What do we think of Greg Easterbrook? Apart from his pro-Nazi stance, that is? I am not speaking ironically, here, but seriously--I understand your possible aversion to the man's personal politics made public by his own choice (and I can't tell you adequately enough how much I agree with you), but I also can't deny that I just really, really, really tend to agree with most everything the man has to say about football. Most everything, mind; not everything.

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Because I'm a homer and the way he carried on about the Pats' videotaping escapade two years ago, I think he's a complete douchebrick.
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Mark Sanchez Mark Sanchez Mark Sanchez Mark Sanchez Mark Sanchez
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Is it me or did the station really go down the tube when they were bought out by Disney?

Or more likely Stuart Scott.

which ever came first.
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wow, what i just saw was too perfectly espn for words.

they're broadcasting a yankees game (there's a shock) and the in-game sportscentre update brings stories about mark sanchez and brett favre.

that's just too perfect. i could only laugh.
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