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Buschleague said...

5- Rushmore- Molina brothers. 3 brothers all played the same position in MLB. All won at least 1 World Series and two have done it twice.

Stay thirsty.

November 20, 2014 at 10:57 a.m.
Buschleague said...

5- Rushmore of potential cut short. Terrell Davis. 2,000 yd season. 2 SB. SB MVP. 7 straight post season games with 100 plus yds. 8 postseason games 12 tds, 11,000+ yds. Alas only got to play 6 years.

November 5, 2014 at 12:15 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5- The Giants ace was aces but Schillings 2001 post season stretch was better. He shut down the Braves Cards and Yankees in hitter friendly parks and threw north of 300 innings that year.

When it's all over and if PFM wins this SB which I think he will, making him the only starting QB to win with different teams he gets the nod. Brady has 3 rings and a bunch of division titles and a great playoff record. He won't win another but both will always rank behind Montana anyway.

Mailbag: How good would Mike Shanahan look on the sideline in the ATL next year?

October 30, 2014 at 1:10 p.m.
Buschleague said...

Jomo- To be honest I don't watch a lot of college ball. I have seen the current Mocs edition up close but usually give our tix to the singles in the office. We hollered like crazy watching Air McNair go for like 600/6td at Chamberlin Field. Wish they had just redone that place.

Mismatches like this weekend aren't interesting and much of college football simply isn't equitable. To me it looks like Russ still runs a high school level offense. I'll take your word on all the other stuff.

Stay thirsty

October 9, 2014 at 10:33 p.m.
Buschleague said...

Jomo- I never gamble on a sport unless it's one I am personally participating in. But I'll give you a couple more predictions.

Jacob throws for less than 100. At least 2 int. Jacob runs for less than 100. Mocs punt at least 10 times. At the conclusion of beat down Coach Huesman says 'it's on the coaches we just have to coach better'.

I kid because well, it's fun. Just calling it like I see it.

October 9, 2014 at 2:48 p.m.
Buschleague said...

I think DP was a little generous with his Mocs pick. The only time the little power C gets across midfield Saturday is during the pre-game walk through.

October 9, 2014 at 12:01 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5- Yesterday you said Lebron has 'overtaken T Woods as most valuable person in sports'. True that. Woods has turned into the Tom Cruise of sports; too much happened, the whole thing has gotten too strange, you can't take him seriously in any interview. I just don't want to hear about him until he wins another major. What's the point? At least Cruise gave us 'Cocktail' and 'Top Gun' in a semi-watchable version.

October 9, 2014 at 11:30 a.m.
Buschleague said...

OG- Norman won a couple of majors..maybe not the masters but the British is the better accomplishment.

Mailbag: Will Davis Tull play on Sunday next year? To small for DE but maybe OLB?

October 8, 2014 at 10:37 a.m.
Buschleague said...

5- Clayton Kershaw is becoming the MLB version of Payton M.

Hearing a full house implore FLA to 'do something anatomically impossible' to themselves to the tune of Rocky Top over and over made my ears bleed.

Goodell should just put the Titans on waivers or release outright.

October 6, 2014 at 1:14 p.m.
Buschleague said...

5- Rushmore of game food-Not. In one glorious 24 month stretch in college I attended a national championship game, a final four and a college World Series, Omaha! Omaha! This time frame coincided with the easy access credit card plague that spreads across college campuses today. Thanks master card. Anyway at the final four booze fest I was smitten by a buxom waitress and consumed a plate of Rocky Mt Oysters. She said she really liked the 'swinging beef' .I should have just run for the hills..

October 3, 2014 at 2:56 p.m.

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