Ten Cup: RUSHMORE: The Alou Brothers: Jesus, Matty and Felipe.
Ten Cup: An extinct name for you would be my Great Grandfather his name was Hamp. The only other Hamp I ever heard of was Hamp Hines that use to kick for Georgia.
Famous Mickey's: Mickey Mantle, Mickey Mouse, Mickey Rooney and Mickey Lolich.
Ten Cup: Winner: GEORGIA. Who let the Dawgs out? I am not sure if it was the Tigers, The War Eagles or the Plainsmen but I do know the Dawgs beat Auburn. I have been to a lot of Georgia games day and night but I have never, Never, NEVER seen the crowd like they were Saturday. Not sure if it was the 42 days away from Sanford, Gurley being back or the opponent but it was electrifying and fun.
I had the chance to knock an item off my bucket list this weekend. I did the trifecta of a High School game Friday (Ringgold), a College game Saturday (Georgia) and a Pro game on Sunday (Falcons) in person. It was a fun weekend and my teams went 2-1.
Ten Cup: Glad to see Southeast make the playoffs for the first time in 30 years. Their prize for making it? A road trip to Buford to play the 3-time defending State Champs.
Military Movies: Sands of Iwo Jima, The Green Berets, Saving Private Ryan and Heartbreak Ridge.
I believe the Mocs will host a first round game but not a second round one. I believe they will be in the same bracket with Jacksonville State and will have to play them down there in the second round.
Ten Cup: Winners:
UTC Mocs. Great that they finally ended the 30 year dry spell. I hope they make it to Frisco.
Georgia Bulldawgs: Put an old fashioned whipping on the Kitty Kats Saturday. Went through the 4 game gauntlet without Gurley 3-1 and could have been 4-0 if not for the stinker in Jacksonville. Now if we can score 63 when we play them in basketball.
Nick Chubb: Had 170 more yards rushing to give him over 650 for the 4 game stretch. Not bad for a freshman.
Titans: Boy they are just awful.
Auburn: Those two fumbles at the end were very, Very, VERY surprising.
Notre Dame: Golden Domers played like I love to see them play to where they were Never in the game Saturday.
Ten Cup: I agree with Jomo what was Weeds thinking going to Cullowhee through Knoxvegas? I was reading that Sunday and I thought what was he thinking. The roads were clear through Ocoee up to Waynesville. I was in the area but not for the game and it was bitter cold for the first Saturday in November.
The Dawgs stunk it up Saturday. Florida runs 9 out of 10 plays to the left and we are still trying to tackle their backs. Even with the fumble Chubbs shows that he is a legitimate SEC back. I will be glad to see him and Gurley giving each other some rest time against your War Eagles.
Great game by the Mocs. They definitely took the Catamounts to the proverbial woodshed. Their defense is stout.
Keep up the great work.
Ten Cup: Great 5@10 today. Look forward to the game formerly known as the WLOCP Saturday. I believe Chubbs and Mason will both have big games for the Dawgs. If the defense plays like they have been it could be a long day for the Gators. :-)
If Rice wins its game and covers will it be known as Success Rice?
How doomed do you think the Vols are Saturday facing The Gamecocks in all black at night with Sandstorm and 2001 Space Odyssey blaring in their ears?
Ten Cup: I am still trying to figure out how come the Falcons have not made your bottom five. Even across the pond this past Sunday they found a way to suck and lose a game.
As for famous alumni of my high school. I had the chance to attend two high schools. From Crisp County in Cordele, GA it would probably be a tie between Mac Hyman author of No Time For Sergeants and Wayne Tree Rollins of the Atlanta Hawks. From Thomas County Central in Thomasville, GA it would be Charlie Ward the 1993 Heisman Trophy winner.
Ten Cup: Looking forward to a peaceful Saturday since the Dawgs do not play. If I do not head to the mountains I will probably check out the Mocs.
A little information for you. Steve Bench originally signed with Penn State and then transferred to USF. He played high school football down in South Georgia at Cairo. I bet you have heard of the Cairo Syrupmakers! It was voted the #1 high school team name several years ago.