Hey, I recognize that verse. It's from the Book of Mike Tomlin.
I'd much rather see PSU beat the September 2016 National Champion Michigan Wolverines than vice versa, but that's just me.
Woody should have let Janik kick that 29-yd fg in the 2nd half instead of going for it. He was pretty damn reliable, iirc. Those 3 points come in handy at some point.
Sooooo, I take it his Vanilla is tainted?
Yep. Nothing feels as good as going to Joe Louis Arena and ripping Lord Stanley out of Detroit's hands at the end of Game 7. Or just grinding the Sharks into dust. (I didn't DV you, BTW. I have no idea why your comment deserved a DV, mostly bc it didn't.)
This is, without even a minute shred of doubt, easily one of the top ten off-field moments in the entire history of this rivalry. This pimp slap hit so hard, I think it traveled back and forth through time and space.
There is no "probably" when it comes to this quote. Try "historical accuracy."
Gary Buttpeppers for September Heisman!
Man, I hate it when you just need a really well-built and dependable hoe, and all you can find are shovels and rakes.
LOL. "Rules." You do know we're talking about the most dishonest and corrupt organization in the entire history of North American sports? (That includes the 1919 Black Sox bc that scandal was just 9 individual players, NOBODY from management and/or Admin involved and they never cheated again afterwards.) I guarantee you that New England will cheat. Tom will get whatever film they deem necessary, by hook AND by crook.
After reading this, I have a feeling that Peppers is going to be cast in the safety help role that #9 was playing.
1976. At Penn State. When Joe Pa first knew about Sandusky and did nothing about it. It's pure serendipity that Woody didn't shake his hand after the game. Forty years later, it was impossible to read this recap without that grotesque, chilling spectre hanging thick in the air above our heads.
No way we beat Michigan, either. You know, because they have it better than us and they are apparently coached by The Lord and Savior, Jim Christbaugh.
That's a really solid theory. It probably explains EXACTLY why they have struggled on the field in the Big Ten.
If KSU is looking for a Savior, there's a real possibility that Jim Harbaugh will be available shortly.
So were the Boren Boys, but you're probably right. But, if you're wrong.........
That "Pimpin' Ain't Easy" fur coat he's got? Iconic swag. Literally.
Man, I'm 40 and I still get weirded out by the SIGHT of a wire clothes hanger because of this movie.
Not if Tate keeps rubbing his nutsack on Danny's drum set.
So have the Minnesota North Stars, Houston Oilers, Los Angeles Raiders, Hartford Whalers, Vancouver Grizzlies and Quebec Nordiques.
His last name reminds me of TV reporter Miranda De La Cruz De La Hoya Cardinal on Married w Children.
You're stunned, eh? I gotta say, I'm not the least bit concerned.
That's always a bonus. Plus, it's probably a little more of high-class event than our PBR and moonshine shindigs out back with the dogs and some cats, birds and bats and a few raccoons and squirrels.
This thread is just awesome. I've laughed like 10 times already.
Whaaaaaat? No effing way do you get to drink with zoo animals! I've only got like, two things to say about that. The first is that I am totally frigging jealous of you right now, so don't rub it in and then the other is that some of my best drinking buddies have been animals. Well, three things: except for wolverines. If they have any of those dudes at the zoo, you're gonna want to not party with them. They're generally smarmy, condescending assholes, the lot of them.