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Frenzied Football Friday from Kingston Alley
Posted: Friday, September 1st, 2006, 9:38 AM
by Beano
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If Tony B and me are at Kingston Alley it must be a “Football Friday”. Will Overstreet will also be along side to add some actual football knowledge to the mix. It has been a blessing to be teamed with Will on both the show and the Friday Night 7-WMAK High School Game of the Week. He is the great guy you envisioned him being as we pulled for him at UT and I’m learning a tremendous amount of Xs and Os from him each week.

How great was it to see actual College Football action on the tube last evening? I was starving for it and what we witnessed last night was a good appetizer. Spurrier stalking the sidelines looking like he’s dying a thousand deaths. Scraping the hair off his head just above the brow from the friction of adjusting his visor rapid-fire style like a piston. Expecting a true freshman to come off the bench looking like Danny Wuerffel in his Heisman season. Then pulling out some trickeration to seal the deal in Starkville. Classic Stevie Boy. His counterpart looks as if he has another blitzkrieg offense. The Bulldogs under Sly Croom couldn’t score in Vegas. Now they have to contend with losing Michael Henig for an extended period, if not the season with a broken collarbone. It’s always heartbreaking to see players injured but especially a first-time starter in his first game. Get well quick and get back out there Michael. I also watched the first half of the ASU-NAU contest. Going to bed at halftime with the game tied at 14 I could hear the faint rumblings of the presses spitting out the “Jerk Dirk” bumper stickers in the Valley of the Sun. A 21 point 4th quarter by the Sun Devils at least delayed their distribution. Man ain’t it great? A four month drama awaits us all regardless of our colors of choice. Let’s cherish every precious moment of it.

More of the same is on tap for B&B in the midday. Steady phone activity (God bless our callers), reflection, and disconnection, delayed discussion of yesterday’s intended topics so we will throw them out today. Those being the game notes for Tennessee-Cal on Saturday and what intriguing questions do you expect to have answered this weekend from both the Tennessee and National College Football scene. We will also be happy to discuss the High School action you intend to take in this evening and get your take on your favorite team. Also a brand new segment you won’t want to miss. Or on second thought maybe it would be best if you did. It’s “Beano’s Picks to Evict”. I will give you 5 dead bolt locks (that is if you play them the other way) against the spread for this weekend College action. Tune in to see why they’re referred to as “Picks to Evict”.

Let’s get it kicked off shall we? IT’S FOOTBALL TIME IN TENNESSEE!


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