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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Being in Sun Devil stadium to watch Ken Dorsey throw a wounded duck helplessly towards the goal line after being hurried by a streaking Cie Grant. The rest, as they say, is history...
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Kings
  • NBA TEAM: who cares
  • MLB TEAM: Angels
  • SOCCER TEAM: My kids' AYSO teams

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Comment 27 Jan 2017

I agree  Kinda gave off the "scorned, jilted lover vibe."  Thought it to be somewhat unprofessional considering everything I'm sure the program has done for him over the past five years.  Also, as a coach, he needs to set a better example, IMHO.  Not a very professional look...

Comment 04 Dec 2016

Personally, I don't think the WR's bailed out McSorley. The Wiscy DB's were horseshit, looked like they were lost, and couldn't fight their way out of a paper bag. True, a majority of the long passes were 3 flies up-esque, but when Wiscy's DB's looked like the Three Stooges, State Penn's WR's just had to camp under the ball like a baseball "can o' corn" for an easy and convenient 40 yard gain...  I'm not convinced Wiscy's DB's didn't have money on State Penn!! 

Comment 23 Nov 2016

No.  What's wrong with this country is everybody is so damn sensitive, they've forgotten how to laugh at themselves.  Get a grip and lighten up, Francis.

Comment 14 Nov 2016

Here is my take... Sorry if I'm repeating 200 people, I didn't have time to read comments...

Let's assume TOSU and State Penn both win out. My problem is that head to head when two teams are tied in conference trumps total record. That's ludicrous. If both teams are tied in conference, the team with more wins and less losses should go, period. This shouldn't be open for discussion. And don't give me strength of schedule favors one team over the other crap. An 11-1 team should be champ over 10-2... IMHO. 

Comment 04 Nov 2016

Speaking hypothetically and, God forbid this would ever happen... I would think there would be a number of tokens representing the solidarity from several different schools/teams "friend and foe."  At the end of the day, we are all humans and rivalries take a back seat to humanity.  There would be numerous representations of the others on display for whatever shrine was made up to honor the legacy and memory...None of the representations would stand out any more than the rest and would show solidarity and respect that we all share, deep down, for one another.  As a parent, I would display all the items of respect (yes, even from that team up north)  that were presented to me... I

Comment 22 Sep 2016

Who the hell cares?!?!?  As I have to live in the cesspool known as Southern California, I have to deal with these obnoxious, entitled idiots and their fickle "fan base" on a daily basis.  Plus, I have been alive for exactly one TOSU victory over those arrogant  fools... In 1974, when I was a year old.  If u$c never wins another game, I will be fine with it and sleep very soundly, thank you...

Comment 20 Sep 2016

Already commented on this in yesterday's Skull Session, so I won't rehash all of it but, yes, the people in Norman were true class... Let's remember that next year....!!

Comment 19 Sep 2016

I just wanted to add my two cents about my Norman experience... My son (13 years old) and I made the trip for the game and arrived Friday evening.  Basically we spent Saturday walking around the campus before heading into the stadium, belatedly of course....  I was SHOCKED at how nice the people were.  We had people stop what they were doing and go out of their way to come up to us (at which point I would brace for the worst) and greet us with extended hands, welcoming us to Norman, hoping we were enjoying our stay, thanking us for making the trip, and hoping our team loses (not a thing wrong with that).  It was so refreshing and reminded me of their hated rivals in Austin (similar experience back in '06).  Such friendly people inside and out of the stadium that I felt a very slight (VERY SLIGHT) tinge of guilt screaming loudly during the game rooting our Buckeyes onto victory.

Two very enthusiastic thumbs up for the fine people of Norman and I truly hope we can extend them the same courtesy when they visit next year...And I hope their team loses... Kudos, people of Norman, y'all done good...

Comment 01 Feb 2016

The Broncos have been dead to me ever since Elway and Co broke the Browns heart back in the 80's.  Go Panthers.  I, for one, would think an O-H-I-O at midfield during post game celebrations would be pretty cool...

Comment 30 Nov 2015

Wait a minute... Didn't we beat the $EC's best team last year?  And didn't we beat the team that beat one of the $EC's best teams last year 59-0....??  And didn't we then go on to beat an honorary $EC team that was crowned faux national champion before the game started??  I'm so confused...

Comment 30 Nov 2015

Agreed.... Don't get me wrong.  I LLLLOOOOOVVVEE college football and, more specifically, our Buckeyes but, after the CFP, I needed time to get away from football and decompress.  And that's just talking about me.  Never mind the toll it would take on the players and coaches!!!

Comment 30 Nov 2015

I am a die hard Buckeye who has had to live in the cesspool of Southern California my whole life and have to hear about usc's holier than thou, shit don't stink, mystique for the better part of 43 years.  The years of 2008 and 2009 especially sucked for me.  Nothing would make me happier than the opportunity to steamroll those Cutty Sarkless idiots up and down the field to start 2016.  With that said, the matchup will always make me nervous as I have never had the opportunity to see the Buckeyes beat the used condoms of South Central.  Go Bucks!!

Comment 25 Nov 2015