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ordinaryguy said...

well played on the foul play JG...you are far too young to remember the groove tube

October 8, 2014 at 12:37 p.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Rushmore of CC movies...National Lampoon's Vacation, NL Christmas Vacation, Caddyshack, and drumroll please The Groove Tube...so let it be written so let it be fact!

Kershaw is becoming the modern day Greg Norman, just cant seem to win the big one...

Going to be Giants/Royals which might tend to upset the folks at Fox a bit, but will be entertaining as all get out...

I am wrong but with the exit of Jeter, who becomes the face of MLB my vote goes to Andrew McCutchen...

Going to be interesting to see the reaction of Bammers now that AJ McCarron is becoming a tad bit critical of his former team...

Is it time for the Titans to just throw in the towel on Locker?

October 8, 2014 at 10:17 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Be careful Buschleage you know how these Vols fans refuse to believe Eli M is a better QB when the Lombardi is on the line lol

October 6, 2014 at 1:21 p.m.
ordinaryguy said...

The top of the Rushmore of rivalries/duos MUST be Ali/Frazier...second Ruth/Gehrig...third Russell/Wilt...and for the sake of argument perhaps Hogan/Flair...I cant consider Brady/Manning until Peyton wins a couple of more Lombardi's and that ain't going to happen...perhaps the greatest regular season QB of all time, but much like Bobby Cox, just can't seem to put it together postseason on a consistent basis...

In a discussion I had with the illustrious David Uchiyama I told him Friday night the series will be Royals/Giants and it is sure starting to look like it...

The ultimate question is this Saturday, will it be 1958 all over again, after all the Mocs D line is NFL when comparing to the Vols O Line which has to be considered high school JV at best...

October 6, 2014 at 10:52 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Billy the big blue tornado win over the Tim and Faith Academy was something to behold, I was able to catch the majority of the 2nd half after an excursion to volleyball earlier...big win, good luck to the team this week as I will be in Panther Land...

JMC as is standard SoCon will list the team with the better overall record first...this Saturday is homecoming so the crowd should be an ok number...

jomo has started a potential tidal wave of response that Butchy could leave those clorox orange clad vols and head off to the land of maze and blue, hoards of fans will insist Tennessee is a better job than Michigan which we all know is not true...

Ryder Cup was in a word PATHETIC, uninspired players with the exception of Reed, and a less than par performance by the captain, I should have slept in on Sunday...and hey Phil Mickelson SHUT YOUR PIE HOLE, you come off like a whining little brat, lost MAJOR respect for you after your tirade...

Rushmore...Mustang, Cadi Coupe de Ville, Camaro, and drum roll please Lincoln Town Car...so let it be written, so let it be fact....

September 29, 2014 at 10:52 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Your Rushmore poses tougher than you might know...First and foremost on the list will be Mark Harmon, a former UCLA QB who did beat Nebraska among others during his years with the Bruins and is now arguably the most powerful producer of television shows in Hollywood namely NCIS...Second would have to be Buddy Reynolds a former RB at FSU, who did quite well himself as BURT Reynolds...third might just be Tom Jackson although it pains me to put anyone with the worldwide leader on the mountain...and a shout out to that former Mocs hoopster Dennis Haskins aka Mr. Belding...so let it be written so let it be fact....

The Jameis Winston situation worsens by the second, how long before Jimbo just cuts ties with him?

Now that Tommy John surgery is using cadaver tendons, could we be facing another "dead" ball era?

Clayton Kershaw is simply the best...I dont save many things from games but the roster and score sheet from his Lookouts appearance are neatley tucked away as a highlight

September 25, 2014 at 10:49 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

First your Rushmore...for us of another generation the measuring stick of childrens programming was Captain Kangaroo...second would have to be a local Bob Brandy, every kid in town wanted to be on that show...third would Miss Marcia and Funtime (another local), and last but certainly not least would be Bozo the clown...sorry to rain on you parade, but thankfully myself and others who chime in grew up when local kid's show were the norm...

How fitting that when Jeter is finished at Yankee Stadium so will we also say our final goodbye to Bob Sheppard...in this day of homering it up more which is necessary, Sheppard is the gold standard of PA announcers and we can all take a lesson or two from him...So very tired of hearing high school guys giving a play by play or questioning calls, forgive them Bob they know not what they do...there are a few good ones locally, but always remember it is also entertainment and you must be prepared to keep the crowd entertained with music, etc...

Jameis Winston is a blanking IDIOT enough said...his off the field shenanigans will end up costing him MILLIONS, he will go no higher than the 4th round...so let it be written, so let it be done...

Georgia wins BIG 42-10

GO MOCS

September 24, 2014 at 10:22 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Totally off the board here...but big thanks to Weeds coming out to SCYFL Sat...

September 22, 2014 at 12:40 p.m.
ordinaryguy said...

lol true there WRS...I have been involved with SCYFL for many years now and it is done the right way...Finley is utilized many Saturdays, and kids get an opportunity to play where the big guys do...

September 19, 2014 at 11:48 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Not exactly sure what is going on in Copper Hill with youth football..but if you want something pure and good, check out Scenic City Youth Football...14 different rec leagues under one umbrella spearheaded by Bobby Dunn of Harrison Recreation, it was formed several years ago and is the example of how youth football should be...check it out, there will be games at Finley tomorrow...

September 19, 2014 at 10:15 a.m.
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