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Buschleague said...

5- The K St kicker must have had AU -9.. The Palmer/Pollack combo was brutal.

What's your call on Sea-Den Sunday? Welker is playing.

September 19, 2014 at 11:23 a.m.
Buschleague said...

9er-- Not just this year Russ always gets a pass after losing winnable games. In his post game comments and on press row this week the 'we just have to win a game' and 'we just have to play and coach better' statements come across as a guy in over his head. Staggering talent with incompetent coaching and stale game plans. A crappy menu that's for the birds.

-Stay Thirsty

September 12, 2014 at 1:24 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5-If you really have Detroit #3 on your power list I'd love to be your bookie this year.

Mailbag: At what point do you start to gather your vulchers over Russ Huesman. What you always said about C. Martin in Knoxville was his team grossly underachieved. He couldn't recruit and you didn't like his in-game decisions and adjustments. I'm not certain if you signed any patition but you certainly were out front beating the drum for his ouster.

In year 6 Russ is the poster child for this profile.

September 10, 2014 at 12:23 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5- So 9 former FBS athletes now play for UTC's next opponent? Not good, 0-2 looks likely.

Lake Johnson is a big get, dude could have gone anywhere great for the home team!

September 4, 2014 at 3 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5- Ryder Cup: Captain Tom was his at his melodramatic best for the cheesy selection show. His picks were worse. Put a max limit at 1 the times a player can be selected to the roster, just take whoever the next 3 are. They earned it (sorta). Buddy system sux. If Tiger no longer intimidates anyone, this US team really scares no one.

Apparently Wes Welker takes hits in the offseason too..

September 4, 2014 at 12:45 p.m.
Buschleague said...

Stew-

That may be the answer: Caught with weed/PED - lose 3rd rounder Caught in DUI - lose 2nd rounder Beat up your girl- lose first rounder Succumb to gayness- only team you can ever sign with-Cowboys.

September 3, 2014 at 2:48 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5- NFC West preview: The last 8 SB winners either didn't make the playoffs or lost in the first round. Seattle will follow this trend. Too hard to repeat in sports. Motivation, lack of focus, injuries all play a huge part. Not to mention the 'ohsoclose' factor that is the NFL. In their case a tipped pass gets Intercepted.Everything has to go right. They should get 9-10 wins but SF should as well. St L is way overrated (7-9) Cards (6-10). Last point: Seattle became a tough place to play when the team became good. They had 10plus wins 3 times in the last 8 seasons 2 of which were 2012 and 2013. Home field matters a great deal more in college not so much in the pros. We've seen 3 wild card SB winners in the last 8 years win 3 road games to do it.

Mailbag: Is there something in the CBA that prevented Goodell from taking a first round pick or two from the Colts? That would seem more equitable and send a much stronger msg.

September 3, 2014 at 1:56 p.m.
Buschleague said...

MT-Sure, right there with Earl Campbell and Terrell Davis. Hard to leave off Payton too.

September 2, 2014 at 12:01 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5-Mailbag: How many seasons go by before Malzahn is on an NFL sideline? Bradshaw is 2 or 3 as far as big game winners, overall top 5 for sure. Rushmore: Brown Dickerson OJ Sanders

September 2, 2014 at 11:39 a.m.
Buschleague said...

5- Is this a big 'money' game for UTC? If so how does is equate to the Tenn or Ala payouts? Is it really worth whatever the payout after travel and lodging to get bbq'd on the road?

One role- Phoebe Cates. (Only one needed)

August 28, 2014 at 12:46 p.m.
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