My second favorite holiday of the year! Bushmills and Murpy's all day long!
Whack follol de rah!!
Pending all of the recent media revolving around "bountys" in the NFL, Terry decided to have a little fun and sport an artifact from his days with the Eagles. If you look closely the text on the shirt reads "Buddy's Bounty Hunters," a testament to Terry's more rowdy days under defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan and his 46 defense. I can't say anything about what happened in the locker room during those days, but what I can say is there stands an upstanding gentleman with an outstanding wine!
|Nama and Cord drink a LOT of beer.|
Y'all know I'm not a big BookFacer. But all you have to do is "Like" the EA Sports page and then vote for THE ONE AND ONLY OBVIOUS CHOICE. I mean I might accept Barry Sanders over #34. But Desmond Howard? Really? Please son.Georgia Bulldogs Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker is one of eight candidates that could appear on the cover of EA SPORTS NCAA Football 13 based on a fan vote. The winner will accompany Robert Griffin, III of Baylor on the cover.You can vote for Herschel Walker at the EA SPORTS NCAA Football Facebook page. The other candidates that Walker will be going up against are Marcus Allen (running back, USC), Doug Flutie (quarterback, Boston College), Eddie George (running back, Ohio State), Desmond Howard (wide receiver, Michigan), Barry Sanders (running back, Oklahoma State), Charlie Ward (quarterback, Florida State)and Andre Ware (quarterback, Houston).The voting is set up in head-to-head matches. Listed below are the first-round match-ups:
- Marcus Allen vs. Herschel Walker
- Eddie Georgia vs. Desmond Howard
- Barry Sanders vs. Andre Ware
- Doug Flutie vs. Charlie WardYou can vote once per day, so be sure to vote for Herschel Walker every day. EvenHerschel Walker is voting!EA SPORTS NCAA Football 13 will be released on Tuesday, July 10 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
“This spring, he’s going to work almost exclusively on defense,” Richt said of the 15 practices that begin in a week. “He may run over there and run a route once in a while or there may be a scrimmage where the offense grabs him and runs a couple of plays that it already knows. The goal for him is to be as proficient as a cornerback as he could possibly be and have enough of a working knowledge where when they work out in the summer, and once we start in camp, he’ll have a pretty good feel of that position.”A lot of fans will belly ache about "losing our biggest offensive threat". But if you look at the first two games of the season: 1) we shouldn't need more than a Keebler elf at tailback and Marlon Brown at receiver to handle Buffalo's defense. And 2) we'll need all the help we can get in the secondary against Mizzou's pass happy attack September 8th.
|%$@! eraser! (via nomobobo)|
|Oh the froth!! [before pic]|
|Lacing that lingers... [after pic]|