Wow, OG. Just having some fun. Honestly, does anyone really believe anti-orange trash talk works nowadays? We know how horrible it's been the last few years.
Happy that Frazier finally got in. That he's been on the ballot more than twice is mind boggling to me. The man was simply unstoppable. And he played on some of the best Nebraska teams we've ever seen.
Reggie Bush was one of the best players of the 2000s. Vince Young's one incredible season was impressive as well. Obviously, Cam Newton's lone unstoppable year was fun too.
Tebow was on two title teams, but only one was truly his team. Arguably, Gators should've won it every year he was there. For that reason, I give it to Bush in the 2000s.
I can neither confirm nor deny that Tebow's gatorness has anything to do with that opinion.
Okay, you talked me into it...
First player picked: Joeckel
Titans' first pick: Milliner
Steelers' first pick: Eifert
Falcons' first pick: Pugh
SEC players drafted in round 1: 13
I'll take Lane Ki... Lol. yeah right. Give me Kevin Sumlin and I'll just hope he can develop another Manziel.
Was such a bitter football year for me I haven't paid any attention to draft news. No need to embarrass myself in the contest.
Melody was thrown way out of whack, but your lyrics were great.
No love for Chris Farley? Cheri Oteri was one of the more underrated performers in the 90's too.
Meet the Fockers (sequel to Meet the Parents) did not disappoint. Equal parts thankful & disappointed that Sandler doesn't do sequels. Would've been all over a Waterboy 2, Bobby Bouche does the Draft. A Little Nicky 2 would've forced me to send Sandler hate mail.
Another season of success for Colin Kaepernick and he'll be right up there with Foster for the surprise category. Had potential all along but ran a gimmicky offense at Nevada. Not sure anyone would have picked him to *help take San Fran to the Super Bowl in year 2.
*I realize system & defense were huge parts of that 49ers run to the title game.
I have no idea why or how "#volunteerstate" ended up in Goliath font on my last post.... Apologies if its annoying to anyone else.
I thought Ki-Jana Carter was going to be the best ever. Think it was an injury that cut his career short before it ever really began. Think he was a No. 1 overall too.
Also, back before the Vols b-ball program began it's late 90's uptick, I loved watching Ron Mercer. Thought dude was good enough to be one of the best players in the league for years to come. Ended up a journeyman.
Blackburn to UTC is a win on many levels. Have a hunch this wont be his only AD gig. Very important first few weeks here. Weeds' story was spot-on... But I expect nothing less than excellent from Weeds.
Baseball is not a sprint. We all know this. Braves are gonna have many peaks and many valleys. We all know this, too.
Didn't go to Knoxville, but I loved Butch's tweet shortly after the game finished. "@UTCoachJones: Some places can't get 60,000+ to a game or seat 60,000 in their stadium! #BrickbyBrick #VolbyVol We will #RiseToTheTop!
Any doubt that was directed at the coach 180 miles to his west?
Bo don't know Rushmore's.
I'll say Sanders... Deion, Barry, Colonel, & gold medal Olympian swimmer Summer.
Rather Keith Jackson is CFB Royalty... Phil's royalty too tho. Just a different Rushmore.
Scully is tops. Matter of fact, I move we call it the Vin Scully Rushmore of fantastic TV play-by-play guys...
Pete/Skip share a spot for me. They were the voice of my childhood. Sean McDonough called two of the greatest plays of my life... Bream's slide and Stoerner's stumble (and fumble). Phil Jackson is CFB royalty. And Costas' voice signals "big event" to me. He makes a July game feel like October. (I don't care for his commentary on SNF, tho)
Braves are notorious for slow starts & struggles vs. bad teams. This start has shattered both perceptions. It's all gravy, man. Loving it.