But this year, nothing until Friday, when they chose to write a large article about one kid for whom the Freedom Bowl would be his last game.(With a large photo, of course, accompanying the story.) His last game? Sure as hell, true to the standards of today’s journalism, the topic of that lone pre-game story, was concussions.As with its European counterparts, there was never a lot of interest in the game - among players, coaches or fans.
(Those who've already ordered it and have been waiting can tell you how long it's taken me to put it together.) My intent is to show how I build the offense with "blocks" - teaching the linemen just 8 "Building Blocks." Each building block enables your backs to run dozens of plays.It's the most detailed "how-to" book on the Double Wing ever published.They just had to imply that football was dangerous, but this kid had come to his senses and decided not to play any more.But to show how clueless the writer was, she totally whiffed on two great ironies in the story: 1.He is one of only three people to have covered every single Super Bowl.
*********** Strange fact: An agent named Jimmy Sexton represents 11 of the 14 SEC coaches.The establishment instead insists on telling Americans that up is down, black is white, and girls can have penises. No wonder the Normals have gotten militant…” Kurt Schlichter, *********** The University of Louisville, a proud academic institution - if you overlook the occasional use of whores to recruit illiterates to play basketball - has taken the high road and removed the name “Papa John’s” from its stadium. Just like that, the guy’s a racist, which means anything and anyone having anything at all to do with him becomes radioactive. To show you just how racist the guy is - why, he even objected to NFL players’ kneeling during the national anthem.If you hadn’t heard, John Schnatter, founder of the Papa John's pizza chain, dared to use the “N-word” - in quoting someone else who used the word. (Which I suspect is what made him a target of the “who’s a racist?The story was about a kid who’d suffered three of them since eighth grade, and had finally decided that that was enough.Now, according to the story, he “got proactive about his health and well-being.” He decided to turn down a scholarship to play football at NAIA Montana Tech. Now, I was pretty pissed at the idea that with maybe 70 kids, each with stories of their own, they had to go negative.*********** In World Cup Soccer, they call it the Third-Place Match.