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This week’s edition of the Perfect Football Weekend launches starts off begins

MERLIN:  Go ahead. Say it.

KORRIOTH:  You know you want to.

LSIK&T:  NO!!!…must…resist…

KORRIOTH:  Surrender to the Dark Side™, m’Liege.

OZY MCCOOL:  Give in to your hate!

KORRIOTH:  That was actually pretty good, Lieutenant.

OZY MCCOOL:  Thank you, Captain.

LSIK&T:  OH, ALL RIGHT!!!!!

…kicks off…

ALLCORRRRRRRRRR-NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

(See what I’m up against? )

…with this blurb from the SpatulaGoddess (aka Beff, the Imperial Serving Wench™) concerning The Team With The Highest Payroll In College Football Today™. Here are some of the better ones:

1. What do you call a drug ring in Austin ?
A huddle.

2. Four UT Longhorns in a car, who’s driving?
The police.

3. The UT Longhorns have adopted a new “Honor System”. Yes your Honor,
No your Honor.

11. Why couldn’t the Longhorn get into a huddle on the football field?
It’s a parole violation to associate with known felons.

14. Book ‘em, Horns!

Okay. Earlier this week, I guranteed that my (Fort Worth) Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets would not lose this week. Of course, it might have something to do with the fact that they don’t play.

Taking their place in the Friday night lineup are the third-ranked Oklahoma Sooners, who will toy with the Tulsa Hurricanes like a cat plays with its mouse before killing and eating it. The line’s 23½, and that’s being generous.

Tomorrow at 3:00, it’s the Wall Street Bowl as Turner Gill’s UBuffalo Bulls host the Baylor Bears.  This is one game UBeefalo might actually win, given the sorry state of Baylor football (Vegas has the line at Baylor minus three), so although I’m tempted to suspend the “line plus 14″ rule, discretion will once again be the better part of valor here.

Memo to the Baylor faithful, however: If the Bulls do win this game, start saying goodbye to Guy Morriss.

Also Saturday, 2nd-ranked LSU faces its toughest test of the season at home vs. Steve Superior’s Spurrier’s (UPDATE:  12th-ranked (thanks, HDD)) South Carolina Gamecocks. The line is LSU by 18½, but this may be the best offense the Tigers face all year, so I’m not sure it won’t be just a touchdown difference.

Finally tomorrow comes the game I’ve been waiting for now for two years - Texas Christian hosts the Shitland Ponies from SMUT. Both teams are 1-2, and had Gary Patterson not been picking his nose his gee-tar on his weekly radio show the last two weeks, the Frogs might well be 3-0 and hot in pursuit of a BCS bowl.

As it is, they’re a 23-point favorite at home - and Patterson, if this isn’t the fucking Mother Of All Squashes™ for 21-9 two years ago, I won’t stop calling for your head on a silver platter until AD Danielle Danny Morrison fires your ass.

Sunday night, we are once again graced with Michaels’ and Madden’s presence as the Dallas Cowboys travel to Soldier Field to take on Brian Urlacher and whatever passes for that sorry clunker known as the Chicago Bears’ offense. The over/under on this one is three yards and a cloud of dust. The PFW does not recommend listening to the pre-game and the (hack, spit) artistic stylings of LaKeitha Olberdouche (hack, spit) unless you have plenty of BC’s brain bleach.

Maybe not even then.

We’re back Monday or Tuesday for the recap. In the meantime…has anyone seen Leoni???

33 Responses to “PFW: Book ‘em, Mack-o…”
  1. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Hmmm.

    Not really gonna disagree with you, but LSU-SC will either be a complete blowout (LSU by 25 to 30), or within 3 points. Depends on how long it takes the Tigers D to get a handle on the Ol’ Ball Coaches offense. We should know which way it’s gonna go by Halftime. If LSU is up by a TD or more at the end of the first quarter, look for a blowout. If the score is close at halftime, then it’s man the lifeboats and Devil take the hindmost . . .

  2. ohio right wing nut Comment by ohio right wing nut

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    WIL

    The line on LSU last night, South Carolina was catching 19. The Tigers are 14-2-1 against SC.
    I for one don’t think it’s gonna be a close game.

    19 points thats not enough

    LSU NATIONAL CHAMPS :em94:

  3. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    ohio right wing nut:

    LSU NATIONAL CHAMPS :em94:

    Oh, I expect LSU to WIN, no question, and to go on to the Big One. I just think that SC’s offense is slick this year; After all, Steve has had some time to get his own gang together, so expect them to at least make a game of it.

    A score along the lines of 47 - 44 ain’t out of the question. As I said, we should know by the half.

  4. BauerPower Comment by BauerPower

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    1. What do you call a drug ring in Austin ?
    A huddle.

    2. Four UT Longhorns in a car, who’s driving?
    The police.

    3. The UT Longhorns have adopted a new “Honor System”. Yes your Honor,
    No your Honor.

    11. Why couldn’t the Longhorn get into a huddle on the football field?
    It’s a parole violation to associate with known felons.

    14. Book ‘em, Horns!

    those are funny, and Lord knows I have no love loss from Hack Brown and his overpriced overrated T-sips. I did enjoy them almost getting their asses handed to them by Central Florida last week! Awww yeah!

    Although, since we’re on college football and jokes, here’s some good Aggie Jokes I heard. I know you may think I’m a bastard for rubbing it in that they lost to Miami 17 to 34, but hey, a little salt adds flavor to life and moves your otherwise dead and self-pittying colleagues at College Station :em93:

    Where do you find a virgin at Texas A&M?
    Find any gal who outran all of her brothers.

    Why didn’t insurance cover the fire loss at Texas A&M’s library?
    Insurance won’t cover coloring books.

    How many pallbearers are there at an Aggie’s funeral?
    Two, a trashcan only has 2 handles.

  5. BauerPower Comment by BauerPower

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    Or here’s another couple of UT jokes.

    What does a UT grad say at work, when speaking to other college grads? “Welcome to MacDonald’s would you like fries with that?”

    How do UT grads get handicapped parking spaces?
    “They put their diplomas up in their windshields.”

    How many blondes did it take to screw up a UT game?
    One, Chris Simms. (I know, oldie, but still a goodie)

  6. ohio right wing nut Comment by ohio right wing nut

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    WIL
    I bet you a six pack of Mopes faggot offsets SC doesn’t cover the spread. :em93:

  7. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Maybe. Either 3 or 40.

    Bet we know within 24 hours :em93: :em94:

  8. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    Taking their place in the Friday night lineup are the third-ranked Oklahoma Sooners, who will toy with the Tulsa Hurricanes like a cat plays with its mouse before killing and eating it. The line’s 23½, and that’s being generous.

    I’m typing this as the game is going on (last update I saw was Tulsa 7, OAK-lahoma 0), but, I thought that line was ridiculous BEFORE kick-off.

    Tulsa and Houston racked up almost 1200 yards of offense in their match-up last week, scored almost 100 points between them, and STILL played enough defense that 10 punts were forced! Tulsa’s defense was on the field for 94(!!!!) plays, and had two players on the field for every single defensive play, with one of them playing on special teams, as well, for an estimated 110 plays for ONE player! Tulsa won that contest. Tulsa has an explosive offense, and has a defense man enough to trot out for 90 plays a game, and STILL walk under their own power the next day. I look for OAK–lahoma to win, but, in their first true test of the season.

    (Updated: I checked the score a minute ago, and OAK-lahoma woke up, and realized that they’re OAK-lahoma, and Tulsa isn’t. The Sooners will cover, plus some.)

    Tomorrow at 3:00, it’s the Wall Street Bowl as Turner Gill’s UBuffalo Bulls host the Baylor Bears. This is one game UBeefalo might actually win, given the sorry state of Baylor football (Vegas has the line at Baylor minus three), so although I’m tempted to suspend the “line plus 14″ rule, discretion will once again be the better part of valor here.

    Memo to the Baylor faithful, however: If the Bulls do win this game, start saying goodbye to Guy Morriss.

    Oh.My.God. Are you kidding me? Who the hell scheduled THIS game?! Who would even be interested in watching it?! I know you have a personal connection with Coach Gill, but…you’ll see better football at your local high school’s Powder Puff game.

    If Baylor wins by 3, but, no one cares, does it still count as a win?

    Also Saturday, 2nd-ranked LSU faces its toughest test of the season at home vs. Steve Superior’s Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks. The line is LSU by 18½, but this may be the best offense the Tigers face all year, so I’m not sure it won’t be just a touchdown difference.

    The OBC is a good offensive coach…and a good, offensive coach, as well. After the win over Georgia two weeks ago, Spurrier said (paraphrased, but, darn close to what he really said) “We won, but, it’s not like we were playing that good of a team.” Georgia was ranked at that time. South Carolina was not. Nice to see the OBC hasn’t changed. Dickhead.

    Anyway, the ‘Cocks of South Carolina have their #12 ranking this week because of their coach. The big problem with that is that the voters haven’t paid much attention to what OBC is working with…HE IS STILL THE COACH OF SOUTH CAROLINA! True, they’re not Vanderbilt, but…it’s still South Carolina! Until South Carolina stops being South Carolina, Steve Spurrier is just going to be the fly in the ointment for most SEC teams with title aspirations. They won’t ever amount to anything. They’re still South Carolina.

    LSU covers the spread, a few minutes after the third quarter begins.

    Finally tomorrow comes the game I’ve been waiting for now for two years - Texas Christian hosts the Shitland Ponies from SMUT. Both teams are 1-2, and had Gary Patterson not been picking his nose his gee-tar on his weekly radio show the last two weeks, the Frogs might well be 3-0 and hot in pursuit of a BCS bowl.

    Just sit back, close your eyes, and start dreaming of What Could Have Been…if he hadn’t bolted for “my word, that’s a lot of zeros on that check!”, your ‘Frogs could still be coached by Dennis Franchione. I’ll let that one sink in for a few minutes.

    Frogs cover, plus some, after they’re shown game film of the Aggies-’Canes game, and told “That moron in maroon could be the coach here again, if you don’t start winning some games.”

    Sunday night, we are once again graced with Michaels’ and Madden’s presence as the Dallas Cowboys travel to Soldier Field to take on Brian Urlacher and whatever passes for that sorry clunker known as the Chicago Bears’ offense. The over/under on this one is three yards and a cloud of dust.

    More like “three interceptions, and a trip to the emergency room for the poor fan hit in the face by yet another errant Grossman pass.”

    The ‘Girls have a HORRID secondary (again), but, don’t look for them to be tested this week. Heck, don’t even look for them to be challenged. For that matter, don’t even look for them to suit up. The ‘Girls secondary will be easy to spot on the field: they’ll be the four dudes sitting in lawn chairs 20 yards from the line of scrimmage. When Da Bearz are trotting out Rex friggin’ Grossman AGAIN, don’t look for your secondary to need to have their uniforms cleaned this week. A ball has to come near them in order for them to make any plays. Rex freaking Grossman. *I* could make better personnel decisions than that! What’s the over/under on “games Rex Grossman will have a worse quarterback rating than a random fan chosen from the stands”? (for those who don’t know, if every pass a quarterback throws is drilled into the ground for an incompletion, he will have an NFL QB rating of around 35.)

    I picked the ‘Boys to win, straight up. Chicago’s D isn’t THAT good, but, they’re more likely to score than their offense is. (to date, Chicago has scored TWO touchdowns…one on a punt return, and the other by a FRIGGIN’ OFFENSIVE LINEMAN! Okay, it was on a pass thrown by Rex Grossman, but…who covers offensive lineman on pass plays? My grandma could have made that read!) Chicago’s defense CAN be scored on, while their offense is more likely to throw a TD for the other team (…Rex Grossman…) than score one for the Bears. All in all, the numbers don’t look good for Da Bears. Not that I’m complaining. (…I STILL can’t believe Rex Grossman is the QB for the Bears. I wouldn’t let him play on my high school team! Gack. Worst Coaching Job I’ve Ever Witnessed, Pro Division. Rex Grossman. Ick. Just…ick.)

    Bucky hosts the Fred Flintstones Hawkeyes of Iowa on Saturday. (for funsies sake ONLY, if you rotate the Iowa helmet logo 90 degrees clockwise, it doesn’t look like a hawk so much anymore…it looks a lot more like Fred Flintstone. Hawkeye fans don’t appreciate it, when you mention that. I’ve received YEARS of amusement from that. ON WISCONSIN!)

    Way back when, when Penn State joined the Big Ten (only in the Midwest can the Big Ten have eleven teams), scheduling the Big Ten games became more difficult. In order to ensure teams would be able to play their traditional rivals every year (instead of 4 out of every 5 years), each Big Ele…err…Ten team was allowed to pick two “traditional rivals”. Michigan obviously chose Ohio State and Michigan State, Ohio State chose Michigan and Michigan State, and Wisconsin chose Minnesota…and Iowa.

    That’s right, CheeseHeads. Bucky Badger’s two traditional football rivals does NOT include Illinois. It has that other Great Flat Plain state (state tourism motto of Iowa: We’re not as flat as Illinois!) I’ve watched many a Bucky season derail in this annual game. For some reason, Iowa has Bucky’s number, even when Bucky looks unstoppable, and Iowa looks like it can’t get out of its own way. This game will set the tone for the rest of Bucky’s season. Win this game, and trips to Happy Valley and the Horseshoe don’t look nearly as frightening (I’m STILL not worried about Michigan visiting…they’ve only beat Notre Dame so far, and your high school just dropped 40 on the Irish). Lose, and you’re playing for third place in the Big Ele…err…Ten, behind Penn State and Ohio State.

    Iowa laid an egg last Saturday, by losing to the woeful Iowa State Cyclones (team motto: we’re really hopeful we can beat Baylor this year!), so, they’ll be a bit peeved this week. But, they STILL don’t have the athletes. So, I’m picking Bucky to win by 7.

    The Slackers play the role of congenial hosts to the Chargers of San Diego this week. Yes, I’ve picked against my Beloved Packers these past two weeks and regretted it (I’ve made 4 bad picks so far…two of those were Packers games), so, I’ve entertained the thought that the Packers just *might* do the opposite of whatever I pick. After only two weeks, it’s too early to tell for sure, so, I’m going to pick my Packers to be hospitable, and roll over and play dead for the Chargers, just like the Packers have done for pretty much EVERY visiting team to Lambeau for the past three years.

    Bolts win and cover.

  9. LCBrendan Comment by LCBrendan

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    Football..oh, yeah, that funny ass game where you lot wear those weird helmets and all that padding…stop for a break every five minutes and have this weird turf…

    ..oh..that game

    ..we Aussies play football too..we just don’t need all that padding and all those coffee breaks. :em95:

    :em99: :em99:

  10. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar

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    we Aussies play football too..we just don’t need all that padding and all those coffee breaks.

    You are aware that the NFL has been graced with an Australian Rules Football player for a couple seasons, right?

    He was the only person the NFL could find in all of ARF who was big enough to play in the NFL…as a punter.

    (There are a lot of soccer players in the NFL. They’re only allowed to be kickers. It’s funny watching them try to get out of the way of the REAL players.)

    Darren Bennett was a lot of fun to watch, though. Punters who aren’t afraid to tackle are a benefit to their team.

  11. Unregistered Comment by NCOShorty

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    Don’t forget that Washington is gonna come back from their dismal second half against Ohio State (and things looked so good in the first half) to beat UCLA down! C’mon, losing to the Utes in such spectacular fashion……..

  12. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    test

  13. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Told ya’ we’d know by the half.

    21-7.

    Final prediction: LSU 48, SC 7.

  14. LCBrendan Comment by LCBrendan

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    You are aware that the NFL has been graced with an Australian Rules Football player for a couple seasons, right?

    One sane Aussie amongst all you ‘Murkins….poor man. :em99:

    :em99:

  15. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Someone has to play the wussy positions, Brendan. :em93:

    ========================

    What the hell happened while I was making Dinner? SC almost made a game of it.

    Oh well, at least Notre Lame lost. 0-4, Baby!

  16. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    GO DAWGS!

    Georgia, Georgia, the whole day through
    Just an old sweet song
    Keeps Georgia on my mind

  17. ohio right wing nut Comment by ohio right wing nut

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    WIL
    I owe you man they didn,’t cover the spread. If I every meet you I owe you a couple of beers!
    15-2-1 LSU OVER SOUTH CAROLINA.

  18. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    Well today hasn’t gone to bad for me. I got to watch USC destroy Washington State 47-14 and as of this post My ASU is leading Oregon 41-26 in the 4th.

    My only bitch is that I’m having to follow the ASU game on-line with Gametracker. I swear the guys doing the entry fall are narcoleptic and nod off. All of a sudden the ball changes hands and the other team is heading down the field with no explanation why.

    Better than nothing and the price is right (free).

  19. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    I forgot to mention, I’m going to be deprived of my Raiders (hopefully) kicking the Browns butt unless I can find them on the radio.

    One of the games that I’m relatively almost possibly certain that we could win this year. However the powers that be decided that the Chargers get priority in L.A., just because they made the Super Bowl last year.

  20. Unregistered Comment by kbob_54

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    AHHS Grad? Way Cool. I attended AHHS, Stripling and Monnig, but moved to San Antonio in 71.

    Congrats on the webpage. Keep up the good work.

    KP

  21. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    Just got back from a kick ASS Seahawks game…..
    AWESOMMMMME, except for what they charge for parking….50 buck to park your damned car!!! Thank God a friend of my brother in law’s works for the hawks….we all got free tickets and free close-in parking. ahhhhh, it’s nice to be one of the privileged class

    :em93: :em95: :em93:

    Great tickets too, 12 rows up in the South End Zone.

    Broncos….2 and 1, lost to some southern kitty cats.

  22. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

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    Doh, Jaybear, you would have to call it a great game. Well, I guess if you like 17 vs. 11 it was a great game. The real score for that game was bungles 21, birddungs 10, zebras 14. If I have ever seen a more horribly officiated game I cannot recall it right now.

    Now they didn’t ALL go against the bungles, I’ll give you that. There were maybe one or two bad calls that went the other way, and maybe a couple of others that were at least questionable. But there were at LEAST 10 MAJOR, game-changing, *BLATANTLY* OBVIOUS bad calls that kept your boys in a game they should have been out of by the end of the second quarter. But the worst of all were the “pass interference” that literally handed you guys the second touchdown on a platter (because without that free first down it would have been 3rd or fourth down and way too many yards to try going for that pass), and the “unchallengable” (MY ARSE!) fumble by hassleboink that was ruled an incomplete pass instead of bengals ball like it should have been… after he caught the ball, took a step or two, and OBVIOUSLY had possession for PLENTY of time to call it a catch and fumble. Those two key BLATANT bad — no, outright baloney — calls gave the game to the team that — barely, admitedly — deserved it less.

    GAH. There was a poll on the TV news tonight asking what the Bengals needed most. It was supposed to be multiple choice, but I was REALLY tempted to call in and ask for buying the zebras glasses. I would say brains but those aren’t available in your local wal-mart.

    RH

  23. Unregistered Comment by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant

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    Well, I guess if you like 17 vs. 11 it was a great game.

    Eighteen, sir. Seven-man officiating crews.

    AHHS Grad? Way Cool. I attended AHHS, Stripling and Monnig, but moved to San Antonio in 71.

    Email me here please, sir. Have a question I want to ask you.

  24. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Spats,

    In the meantime…has anyone seen Leoni???

    Snort. I’d been busy all week. Don’t ask. Especially busy trying to keep from going on a tirade after my home team, the Eagles, allowed themselves to lose to the Deadskins. But I’m presently a happy camper after watching Donny boy and the rest of the guys in their retro uniforms (Wait a minutes, the Eagles started their existance wearing, wearing, blue and yellow??? Where’s my barf bag!!!!) make the Lays lie down and play dead, 56-21. Boy, did Donny Boy light them up, eh, Spats? Didn’t he, didn’t he, didn’t he? :em93: I bet you were all ready to rag on me if they’d lost once again, hhhmmm??? :em95: And it’s about god damn time that the offensive line has stop being offensive and started to give him time to throw the pigskin. And boy, Westbrooke certainly knew where to run, hmmm? Oh and playing ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’ after the game was over. Priceless. Now, if they can only continue this against the Gnats next week. (1-2)

    As for my Nittany Lions, sigh, when are you guys going to defeat Michigan??? This is, what, the 9th year in a row. GGGRRR!!!!!! (0-1, 3-1)

    And as for Ohio. Oh for the love of….Can’t you idiots even hold a lead???? (0-0, 2-2)

  25. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    Found my Raiders on the radio and used the “Game Center” on the NFL site to track.

    Funny thing was the radio had about a three minute delay and the computer was real time. I was on the phone with the Operator at our other site (a Brownie) and was predicting run or pass and whether I thought the Coach was going to make the right call. The guy thought I was a freaking genius for about a half a quarter till I fessed up.

    Another thing I am soooo thankful for is that the Raiders have had only one uniform in their history. If I ever have to see those Eagle uniforms again I’m gonna :em38: . Now that they’ve one a game in those abortions, are they going to go with superstition and wear them for the rest of the year?

  26. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    SoCal,

    Now that they’ve one a game in those abortions, are they going to go with superstition and wear them for the rest of the year?

    To be honest, I hope not!!!!

  27. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC

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    Can’t say I was any more thrilled with the Redskins uniforms. I left for work listening to the end of the Green Bay game, got the shift report, made a round of the site, turned on the TV and thought those drugs from the ’70’s had kicked in again. They looked like Green Bay, but the logo wasn’t right.

    Can you say marketing. I still love the L.A. King purple and gold jerseys, mainly because I believe they went to Silver and Black to feed off the Raiders, but if they think Eagle fans will buy those throwback (throwaway) jerseys someones going to have a warehouse full of crap to sell overseas.

  28. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Can’t say I was any more thrilled with the Redskins uniforms.

    Neither was I. And, of course, the Deadskins have proven their uncanny ability to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

    21 Unanswered points. 1st and goal on the ONE YARD LINE and can’t punch it in. Bah. Humbug.

  29. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    RobertHuntingdon sez:

    Doh, Jaybear, you would have to call it a great game. Well, I guess if you like 17 vs. 11 it was a great game. The real score for that game was bungles 21, birddungs 10, zebras 14. If I have ever seen a more horribly officiated game I cannot recall it right now.

    Nahhhhh….the worst officiated game was Super Bowl XL. That day, the Hawks played 11 vs 17. I consider yesterdays game a little bit of payback by the zebras…..just a little

  30. Texas84 Comment by Texas84

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    Hey, wait a minute! Those Texas jokes are just recycled Florida State jokes! I expect better of this board. :em71:

  31. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

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    Jaybear sez:

    Nahhhhh….the worst officiated game was Super Bowl XL. That day, the Hawks played 11 vs 17. I consider yesterdays game a little bit of payback by the zebras…..just a little

    Sorry, but not quite. That one was bad, yes, no, more like utterly incomprehensibly awful. But that was one call in the second half. There may have been other POOR calls but there weren’t any other BLATANTLY obvious atrocious calls. Here there were at least *THREE*, and they were all throughout the game. Houshmanzadeh’s “non-catch”: even if the holding happened (which I frankly doubt) they should have at least given him the right call in the endzone. The “defensive pass interference” three yards off the line of scrimage… if that. And the “non-reviewable” fumble.

    But that’s the rules, you say?!? Why do I call it “quote” non-reviewable? Because unless there’s some special rule for plays behind the line of scrimage, that is complete BALONEY. How can I say that? Because I sat there on live TV and WATCHED the exact same type of play be reviewed (and gotten wrong, again) on prime-time TV in the SF at DEN game end of last year.

    So sorry, but I consider that “re-payment plus 800% interest”. If it had happened against the stoolers I would give you 20 million percent interest. But against the Bengals, even 1% repayment is too much because there was no repayment due against them! Take it out on the steelers. Take ALL you want out on them. But not my bungles.

    RH

  32. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    RobertHuntingdon sez:

    Take it out on the steelers. Take ALL you want out on them. But not my bungles.

    If you really want to know the truth RobertH, I live in the Seattle area but grew up in Denver….I’m a committed Broncos fan.

    I had in-laws in town for the game yesterday. My brother-in-law’s best friend works for the Hawks so we got our tickets for free. My OTHER brother-in-law is from Cincinnati originally so we had twelve people at the game yesterday…evenly split into the Hawks and Bengals camps. The Bengals part of the family went to the game decked out in their colors and we went in ours…..’twas a good ole fashioned family feud it was…We laughed about it over a Spaghetti feed at Bucca Di Beppo after the game.

    good times man, good times.

  33. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

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    Well I’m glad you had fun, Jaybear. No, seriously. What you don’t believe me? It’s true. I am glad you had fun.

    What I am NOT glad about is that bad refereeing can cost a team a game. EITHER way it goes. If the bungles had stunk up the joint and won from bad officiating going their way I would be a tiny bit less annoyed, but I would still be tired of the crap. This has just got to STOP. I’m sick and tired of it and all the excuses for why we can’t have a real instant replay system. I’m sick and tired of all the whiny idiots who claim it would make the game take forever… it doesn’t in college ball, and they take 20 minute TV time-outs. To say nothing of their four hour halftime. OK I’m exaggerating, but still, don’t their TV time-outs seem to take 3 times as long as the NFL ones?? How many reviews are there in college per game, five? Ten in a really bad game? And how many last more than a minute? Any? Whoop-de-do.

    I’m sick of having plays be un-reviewable. There should NEVER be ANY play that cannot be reviewed, period, no iffs, ands, or buts. No exceptions. EVERY play can be reviewed, and NO team should EVER be allowed to rush to the line to prevent a review. EVER. Because rushing up to stop the clock with a spiked ball and/or no-huddle offense trying to hit the opponent while they’re reeling are both viable options and legal game strategy they should be allowed… BUT if the upstairs crew calls for a review the game should be stopped after the next play and the previous one reviewed. Now the opponent shouldn’t be able to force a review after the next play, that’s about the only part of the existing system I would keep, but the Booth should ALWAYS be able to review a suspect play for at least another 30 seconds even if that means the next play is over and done with.

    Yeah, I know, hell will come into existance and promptly freeze over before this happens. But it’s what SHOULD happen. It’s what NEEDS to happen. Right now, this very week.

    RH