If my son breaks that move out next time we play HORSE, I'll just go ahead and take the letter.
Sounds like a win-win to me: The Bengals need some slobs.
How the hell do they ever change up the play at the line of scrimmage without getting a motion penalty?
Oh, never mind, I'm sure it's all on silent count.
A championship is a championship.
You can argue that in a league with only a few teams, the talent is a lot less watered-down.
Is it a Super Bowl? No, that marketing term was not invented until 50 years ago . . . but they were NFL championships just the same. They just happen to be very long ago.
Must be like hitting the PowerBall. Wow.
Do they have odds on getting a first round playoff game at home and choking it away? I know my favorite team must be the favorites in that category.
They could use an extra Buckeye or two to get that eye of the tiger going.
My daughter's school had really bad timing on a school trip this year. Have to drive off and pick her up around 7:30, ugh. So I'm not feeling it for the big game this year.
Hey, I'm always in for bragging rights . . . usually get something like 9/9 though.
I agree. His is one of the few I can remember. The Super Bowl halftime has a way of making big stars look small, but MJ certainly nailed it, in my opinion.
SEC East doesn't seem that tough either, but most of them finish pretty high in the recruiting rankings.
I took my daughter up there recently for a college tour. The Lincoln park area was beautiful, and had a very cool big-city vibe to it. And everyone we met was genuinely friendly. But I couldn't help noticing that nearly every window had bars or storm shutters of some form or another, or 24-hour attendants. And most places were behind very nice, high, sturdy decorative fences with pointy tops. Generally, people only put up those architectural details if they need them.
Wasn't certain I'd want to live there. But I'm just an old country boy who's been trapped in the suburbs for the past 30 years.
Waiting in the acupuncturist's office?
It's that Cal Berkeley education . . .
Not too surprising.
And he is still probably mostly healthy, which will be a good thing to have going for him.
They'll have to make you a staff member, UT.
I'm sure there are many more to come in that group.
Congratulations! About dang time!
Matt Millen's not there anymore.
I'm with you, 937
And he's not on there but Kenny Anderson.
C'mon now, coach Cal has never been at an institution that is under heavy scrutiny for breaking the rules.
He always gets out a few days before the investigation begins.
You definitely weren't kidding about those photos.
. . . I think Bo (Faux?) Pelini and his little feline friend would make a pretty good Site Stuff photo . . .
Captain Skully -- nice Freudian slip.
I got to see the real Captain Sully speak at my company. He is an amazing individual. The sad thing is, I can't remember if I saw him live or on a big screen. The mind is the first thing to go . . . or maybe it was something else. I can't remember.
Isn't that the bone that's connected to the leg bone?
When the Browns drafted him I thought he was a "loveable goofball" type. But turns out he was something else entirely and not a joking matter. Yeah, I hope he gets help, but first I hope his girlfriend gets justice.
Don't follow UD that much, although my wife is an alum.
I've blocked UD out of my memory banks since an NCAA tournament game not long ago . . . too many ribbings.