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Dumb and dumber.
Yes, there were two deaths at Woodstock, but as the OP pointed out - neither came as a result of violence.
Grace Slick once said, "Woodstock was...
Ours arrived in Sugar Land today!
Total transparency: I "took the pledge" over 20 years ago, and I'm committed to never allowing a drop of "devil water" to cross my lips again, so...
Yeah, you guys are probably right - old, tired brain!
I just remember Jackson coming in to save the game.
Marcus Jackson was the only name I recall.
I do remember a game in Floyd Casey when Dalton got injured and Jackson came in and saved the day.
I find it interesting that there are zero comments following this story on "OU Daily."
Dalton's stats are really interesting and revealing.
In 2007, he played in 13 games and completed 222 out of 371 passes for 2459 yards, with 10...
We all love and admire you in this family, and I continue to pray for you everyday, my friend!
“I have told you these things so that in me you...
My son and I took a father/son trip to Cleveland to visit the Rock n Roll HOF and the Pro Football HOF, but we arrived early enough on Friday to...
- Arte Johnson
"Loose cannon for an arm."
Leap - thanks for mentioning Floyd! He was a truly fantastic player, who opponents simply could not stop. Yet, as you say - he's often...
To the New Heaven and the New Earth, Wes.
With regard to the game-day presentation issue - I must admit I don't pay much attention to it.
My focus is almost exclusively on the actual...
It seems to me that QB is a question mark, no matter who wins the starting job in fall camp. Without any meaningful information I'd be playing...
When I was a TCU student we traveled to Lubbock, College Station, Waco and Baton Rouge (among others). From worst to least offensive:
I think all of us (me included) try to read between the lines too much.
I’m sure CGP uses his comments to the press as a motivational tool, but...
Of course, technically - that would constitute the “Go Coogs” hand sign of the University of Houston.
S&W snub nose .38 I inherited from my Dad.
He carried it as a CID officer in the Army Reserve.