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fechancellor said...

Thanks, 10 Ring, for looking out for my hard earned Entertainment $$$s.

October 1, 2014 at 2:59 p.m.
fechancellor said...

My Raiders: ground zero where Ebola meets Aids. Most Oakland fans are not immune. We just shrug it off by anticipating next year's top five draft pick hoping that haul will get us to 8-8.

Saw Pete Rose in a commercial hawking a product I can't remember mocking the fact he isn't in the Hall. Pete Rose will get in the Hall when he's dead. Five years after he's been buried to make sure. The steroid generation that's a different barrel of fish oil. These players pumped up not only themselves but their eye popping numbers. Say what you want about Charlie Hustle, but what did on the field was real, shall we say indisputable.

If a #14 team is a home dog, I'm loading up on some Mississippi State Bull Dogs.

October 1, 2014 at 12:26 p.m.
fechancellor said...

1965 Ford Mustang GT, the car that began the Pony Car revolution.

2014 Corvette Stingray, Beautifully turned out ride with Super Car performance at an American price.

1970 Plymouth Super Bird, love the name, and sucker for the funky go fast look with the 440 Super Commando engine with 6 Pack option.

2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat, new on the block with 707 hp from a 376ci supercharged engine for $53,500. This is a beast no one saw coming. Watch out Ten Ring, thems $500.00 Pirellis your smoking.

Tennessee didn't lose the weekend, but they are playing better than some folks like Florida. "The Natural" Butch Davis needs the Florida game badly, the Tennesee program needs this game badly, the Tennessee faithful need this game badly, and Florida is playing badly.

Any thought os the Signal/Notre Dame game Friday night in suprise, Ringgold?

September 29, 2014 at 11:23 a.m.
fechancellor said...

Moctastic,

Byron "Whizzer" White was head and shoulders above your list except maybe, (there's distance here too) for Ford, who was also and All-American.

10 Ring, it may give you a warm feeling to know UGA sent SKy-E his first official letter this week.

September 25, 2014 at 12:23 p.m.
fechancellor said...

Statler and Waldorf

Waldorf: "Ugh, that was so bad it locked up my computer." Statler: "Quick, let's get out of here before it finds the key."

Statler: What's wrong with you? Waldorf: It's either this show or indigestion. I hope it's indigestion. Statler: Why? Waldorf: It'll get better in a little while.

Kid Favorites Rushmore

Warner Brothers Cartoons, Cartoon Planet, Pee Wee Herman, Mr. Hankey.

"The Natural" Butch Davis Lock of the Week

Tennessee 20, Georgia 38

September 24, 2014 at 12:07 p.m.
fechancellor said...

Ten Ring, taking five from the War to check in. Mississippi State can use the off week with A&M and Auburn visiting Starkville back to back.

Yes, there was indeed a Mcfadden sighting in the end zone to win the game no less. His points taken off the board by a holding call. The Raiders couldn't recover. I hear from friends who have the NFL Network that Carr is for real. The question for McFadden is how much money the offensive line cost me against my incentive based contract?

Kudos Butch Jones, Not exactly brick by brick if you're Travon Paulk. More like a ton of bricks.

High School: 5-0 Signal Mountain is ranked 3 in the 4A poll. Hosting Bradley Central Friday night. Now then, where was the Free Press first place vote? Krusty the Clown, "Hey, hey, I kid because I love.

September 23, 2014 at 11:54 a.m.
fechancellor said...

Ten Ring, lost my bet with myself that Sky-EE would score four touchdowns against a Grundy team that gave up 70. I'm a bit disappointed Sky-EE only scored once, but as Krusty the Clown would say, "Kids that's why you keep coming back to the booky next week."

Not so disappointed with MSU. Man that group had a boot on Les Miles' throat for three quarters. In the fourth, LSU's second teams made it most uncomforatble. I think Coach Dan Mullen hasn't won the "Big One" in so long he had forgoten how to close one. Hint, it involves more boot to the throat. Next time, Mullen may remember his time at Florida where no mercy and no quarter were given.

September 22, 2014 at 11:37 a.m.
fechancellor said...

10 Ring, thanks of the Mississppi State rundown. I'm full agreement. If the Bulldogs want be in the coversation in the end, they best do some yelling now.

How many TDs on how many total touches does Sky-EE Wilson score at Grundy Friday night?

Using the "Wise Old Owl" method, one, two, three, four...crack. This is harder than it looks, since I don't have a Tootsie Pop. I'll be conservative and say Sky-EE comes home with four.

Got to give Signal the nod, 45-13.

September 18, 2014 at 12:05 p.m.
fechancellor said...

10 Ring, McFadden??? Couldn't sell him for a 3rd. McKenzie gave Darren an incentive filled low dollar contract. He's earning it. The Arkansas product ran for 37 on Sunday. I doubt this effort is anticipated in performance parameters the runner signed off on.

Derek Carr is a kid. No one, including himself, expected him to start behind veteran Matt Schaub. Now, Carr's learning the game on the field. He ain't great, but he's not coyote ugly either. I assume you saw James Jones catch that 25 yarder from Carr. Jones fumbled it twice recovered once, the second time near pay dirt.

This latest verson of Raider hiliarity somehow makes me want to buy Tom Landray's hat and call plays with the aid of my electric football game.

September 16, 2014 at 12:13 p.m.
fechancellor said...

The Tennessee Vols did show some sand Saturday. Worley led the way there. Yes, Worley made a couple bad decisions with the ball, but he was chased non-stop and more horizontal than vertical.

Many of Worley's travails began up from with right side where Robertson and Thomas, a swinging cattle gate with an 9"x15" Orange on Black "Help wanted" sign.

Spiker had a fine performance, but the good teams will run right at his 220 pound frame at Linebacker. Spiker reminds of the mysterious Renaldo Striker, a 6' 3" 240lb., 4.6 former Marine with a black belt, who was being recruited by Tennessee. Quite a few bought it. This was in the early to mid 1990s when most were yet to be plugged in. One of the better running gags Doctor B ever laid down.

All in all this ain't Kentucky basketball. Tenn. ain't going to win it all fresheman.

Back to the offensive line, yes Striker and the Oklahoma D line ware a tough assignment, however, with offensive lineman size ain't everything...you got to get your feet out the chewing gum, be athletic and front Striker, lay hands upon the man. Instead they only chipped him, leaving it up to Marvin Lane to try and match up.

On a lighter note, 10 Ring, you’ll be happy to know Sky-EE’s his first resume and film up to the combines.

September 15, 2014 at 11:46 a.m.
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