Kevin McCullough- Culver, Indiana Steve Staker- Fredericksburg, Iowa Jack Tourtillotte- Boothbay Harbor, Maine She is very proud of herself for being two for two" Joe Gutilla- Minneapolis Greg Stout- Thompson's Station, Tennessee Boy, advertisements back then were a hell of a lot 'mo betta' I've smoked since I was 17, yeah, I wanted to be just like Conerly, the Marlboro Man. Go G-men! John Zeller- McBain, Michigan Mike Studer- Kittitas, Washington First they beat them to force a playoff, and then they won the playoff game, In both games, Pat Summerall's toe was a factor.
Summerall, like all kickers then, was a straight-on kicker. His kick in the second game was officially listed as 49 yards, but the field was snow-covered and the markings on the field were invisible. There are those who claim that it was much longer. Said Summerall to the surprised Conerly, who was his holder, "We're going to kick a field goal.
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Denny Creehan has a new job, and it's a big one. He is on the cutting edge of every defensive philosophy as both a teacher and student of the game.
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He brings a level of character to the organization that all Calgarians will be proud of. Talk about well-rounded - Denny has had experience as a head coach, an offensive coordinator, a special-teams coach, and a defensive coordinator. He's going to be busy over the next few months. Try to understand if he doesn't get to you to thank you for your efforts on his behalf. I can tell you that he's appreciative. We've got it pared it down to two solid football teams. Two teams whose players don't feature a lot of sideline antics. Two teams with smart, serious, businesslike coaches whose owners are wise enough to stay in the background and let them coach.
Two teams that can beat you any way they have to, even running the ball if necessary. Two teams that, with the possible exception of New England's Tom Brady, have no big stars - nobody who's been in any soup commercials. Ah, and that's the problem. The Super Bowl is all about TV ratings, the kind that justify charging advertisers more than 2 million for a second spot. And you don't get that kind of ratings without reeling in the "casual viewer. Real fans can deal with watching two good teams.
But the casual fan sits down, without even knowing which team is which, and say, "Which one's Manning? Brady, there are no Mannings or McNabbs. Ah, but never fear, you folks who don't really like football - there will be a spectacular pre-game show. After a lot of on-field showmanship, intersperesed with commercial breaks, we will go to a commercial break, and when we return, we will "honor America" as they like to say at Super Bowls.
An American flag will be rolled out, large enough to cover the entire field.
And then, following a rousing introduction of the singer always a grammy award-winning star, and usually female will come the singing of "our" national anthem. The song itself will be unrecognizeable to anyone over 50, as will the star herself, who will never hit one note when two are possible, and will sing it very, very slowly so as to make the most of her time on the national stage.
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Following a commercial break, the official game ball will be carried into the stadium, airdropped in the hands of an Army paratrooper. And so forth. A number of commercials will follow, interspersed with occasional football action and numerous reminders of the colossal halftime show soon to come. And so forth, until it's halftime. The second half will be somewhat like the first half, except that in the place of the reminders to stick around for the halftime entertainment will come endless promos of the shows coming up next on CBS.
Those are really aimed at the casual viewer, because for the most part, they're shows that the hard-core football fan wouldn't be caught dead watching. Nevertheless, poor Boomer Esiason will be forced to read stuff like, "Tonight, Mandy leads the police on a merry chase until she realizes that Tim isn't missing after all One of these days, there's going to be a Hard-Core Football Channel. It'll be great. For the first year or two.
Until the suits at headquarters decide they can get their numbers up by attracting more casual viewers. In fact, he said it in public, right in front of Wesley Napoleon Clark, who offered no rebuttal or correction. Of course not. Wesley is so thrilled at the thought of another real celebrity supporting him Madonna has come out for him, too that he wouldn't dare chase him off by repudiating a statement he made, no matter how despicable.
When asked about that on Thursday night's "debate," and why he didn't do anything about it at the time, the Li'l General's answer was, "He's entitled to say that. And besides, said the Li'l General, "I don't know whether it's supported by the facts or not. Do you get the meaning of what that sneaky bastard said? He's not saying it's true that the President of the United States was a deserter, but without having all the facts at his disposal, he's not saying it's not true, either.
Okay, Wesley - two can play that game.
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I swear I heard somebody say you like to get into bed naked with year-old boys. He has the right to say it, of course. But I really can't say whether it's the truth. I don't know whether it's supported by the facts or not. There is a bill in the Washington House that would make it illegal for insurance companies to "discriminate" by refusing to insure homeowners who keep certain breeds of dogs around the house.
Pit bulls, Rottweilers and Doberman Pinschers were specifically mentioned. One dog owner, testifying on behalf of the bill, told lawmakers how hard life can be without the protection of such a law - said that she'd been turned down by nine different insurance companies after she mentioned that she had two Rottweilers. Now, I have a Jeep Wrangler.
Although I am 65 years old and I don't do all that much bogging or stump-jumping, it still costs me twice as much to insure it as it does our Econoline van or my wife's Explorer. I think I am going to call my state representative. I suspect I am a victim of automotive racism. In some places, they call them hillbillies, or, more politely, "mountain folk. We don't have a special name for them out here in Washington, but we damn sure got plenty of 'em. To the north of us is a town called Battle Ground. Once rural, it's now one of the fastest-growing towns in our state, as Portlanders, tired of crowded city life, flock there to take advantage of large, wooded, hillside lots.
They are often surprised to learn that they share those woods with others, folks who've been living back there a long time. Some of them are, shall we say, a bit strange. I just had to write. Now, generally, this is coming from the soccer programs, as that is where you will find the most competition teams, although Little League has it's share as well. Having dealt with Little League for 5 years as a Board Member including 2 as President I think I can say that I've met my share of this type of parent. The thing that stuck out, is we even had a Mother, that was upset that we weren't practicing T-Ball which is basically for 4 and 5 year olds during the week!
Our program is one of the oldest in the state, and we have found that 2 hours on a Saturday morning is more than enough, plus it allows the parents, or grandparents to come out and watch them play. Because, as your article states, it's suppose to be about FUN. All those kids care about is getting a uniform, a hat, and a pair of pants. At the end of each day, they only care that there is a snack and a juice box.
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And at the end of the season, they want a trophy with their name spelled properly. Of course that can have the child playing 4, 5 even 6 days a week, 8 games a week or more, depending on how their tournaments line up. I also know of a 11 year old pitcher that tore up his arm from pitching too much.