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    Quote Originally Posted by dlrouen View Post
    I'm hearing the Jaws theme loud and clear. The UM/UF game is always a classic. As a Terp fan, I'll be pulling for your Gators to knock off those ACC Ibises. When you're done, can you send some of that smoked Ibis up here? That sounds pretty tasty! I'll send you some NC BBQ or "Kill" in exchange.

    I actually grew up a Dolphin fan, mostly because of Dan Marino. Of course that changed when football came back to Baltimore in 1996 - thank you, Art. I think the Dolphins could be a Wild Card this year. It's definitely a bold call, but I really believe Tannehill is the answer; at least for the short term. His stock definitely went up with the addition of Mike Wallace. I'm not saying Mike will be a TD machine, but more like a secondary magnet like Randy Moss when he was in Tennessee. It should free up some of those young receivers that Philbin has down there. Please be nice to my boy, Dannell Ellerbe. I don't think he was worth ALL of that money, but he is very talented and he is a nice addition to your defense. Reggie Bush should still be in teal - Miami definitely didn't utilize him to his max potential. He's going to blow up in Detroit.

    Stone Crabs are great. Stone Crab Cake sounds even greater. Throw in some of that crippy cotton candy and we have a party!
    Johnny U and the Don in Baltimore was my team before the Dolphins were born. Shula brought his magic to Miami, and I was a grateful young fan. It has gone south ever since. I have never had Stone Crab Cake, probably because Stone Crab should be eaten chilled and dipped in mustard sauce. It is sweeter than poontang. The cotton candy has given way to grapefruit, as the seasons are changing here in sunny FLA. The only thing lacking is the movement of water against the shore. It is so lake like, I think this weekend I will get all my home improvement chores done, so hopefully if we get a bump, I am free, free at last.

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    Man, this is gonna be a hell of a season. The 10 games on right now are mostly all very competitive. Tough having both my teams play in the same time slot but that's what PIP, NFL Ticket and das web is for.

    FREE TEBOW

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    Watching Giants last night after watching the Irish on Saturday made me think about the Mets this past (and well, current season) and then thinking about how I've been surviving on knee to thigh for 38 days in a row which made me think: Man. When it rains, it motherf*&king pours. PS - my beer league softball team went out on the opening day of the playoffs. *sigh*
    Last edited by Manisses; Sep 9, 2013 at 05:49 PM.

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    yeah, the Giants game was harsh. ball bouncing the wrong way for the Giants the whole game it seemed. too bad cause Eli had a hot hand in the 4th. regardless, once the sloppiness gets ironed out, the Giants look good this year.

    can't wait for skins vs eagles tonight. hoping Vick goes down and we see Matt Barkley get a shot at some point. that'll light up the sports radio in Philly. haha. Philly dudes prob can't stand a USC boy being on the roster. Tebow is up for grabs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OceanO View Post
    yeah, the Giants game was harsh. ball bouncing the wrong way for the Giants the whole game it seemed. too bad cause Eli had a hot hand in the 4th. regardless, once the sloppiness gets ironed out, the Giants look good this year.

    can't wait for skins vs eagles tonight. hoping Vick goes down and we see Matt Barkley get a shot at some point. that'll light up the sports radio in Philly. haha. Philly dudes prob can't stand a USC boy being on the roster. Tebow is up for grabs!
    Nahh college football is pretty meaningless in Philly. There's no team to root for so we don't hate USC or anybody else. There's some Penn State fans but, man, Penn State has nothing to do with SE PA or South Jersey. It's like the default team.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Nahh college football is pretty meaningless in Philly. There's no team to root for so we don't hate USC or anybody else. There's some Penn State fans but, man, Penn State has nothing to do with SE PA or South Jersey. It's like the default team.....
    There's room on the Seminoles bandwagon PJB, if you want to root for a winner, now's your chance! Seats are filling up fast though, lots of fair weather fans coming out of the woodwork to represent the garnet and gold again. I on the other hand was there through even the worst of times, losing to Wake Forest, NC State, Clemson, etc., those were rough seasons to endure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OceanO View Post
    yeah, the Giants game was harsh. ball bouncing the wrong way for the Giants the whole game it seemed. too bad cause Eli had a hot hand in the 4th. regardless, once the sloppiness gets ironed out, the Giants look good this year.

    can't wait for skins vs eagles tonight. hoping Vick goes down and we see Matt Barkley get a shot at some point. that'll light up the sports radio in Philly. haha. Philly dudes prob can't stand a USC boy being on the roster. Tebow is up for grabs!
    yeah, tonight Philly is going to show the rest of the league who's boss, mi amigo...Vick going down, not a chance...we already saw Barkley in the preseason, not too impressive...he needs to spend a lot of time on the bench before he gets his shot.

    I can see it now...2nd quarter...RGIII hobbles off the field....Eagles-35, Redskins-24

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Nahh college football is pretty meaningless in Philly. There's no team to root for so we don't hate USC or anybody else. There's some Penn State fans but, man, Penn State has nothing to do with SE PA or South Jersey. It's like the default team.....
    Don't give up on Temple! Maybe Cosby's nephew is an Owl fan. I kinda hope both Vick and RG3 have big games - it will make the season much mo better if those two guys stay healthy. Although that probability is around the same as that of an East Coast hurricane swell filling in by tonight's game. My money is on Vick lasting longer than RG3 - 6 games is the over under on one of them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sisurfdogg View Post
    Don't give up on Temple!
    Our backup running back, Bernard Pierce, went to Temple. He's a total animal and I believe he will be starting, ahead of Rice, in a year or so. While at Temple, Bernard Pierce had 5 rushing touchdowns against my Terps. Moral of the post is "don't give up on Temple!" They have studs too!

    By the way, sisurfdog, good looks on Johnny U and the Baltimore Colts. I never saw Johnny U play, but I remember him being on the Raven sideline up until he passed away; he was an honorary member of our quarterback coaching staff. My dad always pointed him out at games, along with a flashback story that usually involved Lenny Moore and Raymond Berry. Good times and good memories. RIP Johnny.

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    Johnny U, or Mr. Quarterback as he was called, could throw into triple coverage and hit the receiver on the money and on the run. He was cool as a cucumber. If it was an incompletion, a first down, an interception, or a TD, he would always look and act the same. Like Slater getting pitted at Pipe. Eye of the Tiger. He was a blue collar hero, son of a steelworker, and actually was a regular at first peak Malibu ( along with Dora) after he retired from the San Diego Chargers - not! That was the kush talking. Go Owls! Hoot Hoot!