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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Hey Southern Football.




Great NFL today. I guess we can now pull for one of the many SEC players still playing now that all southern teams are finished playing football. For those who can't understand sports without a handegg; it's recruiting and the Fulmer Cup 'til for 7 1/2 months. Come on down John Jenkins, Isaiah Crowell, Jay Rome, Ray Drew, etc.

6 comments:

  1. Stop being a drama queen, Sanchez. A lot of those Yankee teams are there due to Southern players. Case in point, Mike Wallace, a low-round drafted WR from my beloved Ole Miss.

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  2. Hell, throughout the years many of these teams wouldn't be shit. Hershel Walker, Barry Sanders, Jerry Rice, Terry Bradshaw, Walter Payton, hell, Eli and Peyton Manning? These Yankee f'ers don't know how to ball.

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  3. Big Hairy Blog
    Sports & Grits

    You have two (2) blogs.

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  4. @ BuLLdawg,

    Are you talking to me or kev? I can be found only here, at S&G.

    And kev, see the line, "I guess we can now pull for one of the many SEC players still playing"? I know about Wallace, as well as fellow SEC alumni on the Jets, Packers, or Bears such as Hines Ward, Tony Richardson, John Conner, Tim Jennings, Jarius Wynn, Charlie Peprah, Scott Wells, Chad Clifton, Maurkice Pouncey, Chris Scott, Shaun Ellis, Emmanuel Cook, Chris Williams, Matt Flynn, Craig Steltz, Rod Wilson, Major Wright, Jay Cutler, Devin Aromashadu, Earl Bennett, among others both from the SEC specifically, and the south in general.

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  5. Han is on

    Big Hairy Blawg

    &

    Sports & Grits

    whenever he reads his e-mails.

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  6. I don't know how we can really call an NFL team "southern", "northern", "eastern", or "western", other than simply due to their current location. Every team in the NFL is comprised of players from between all 4 corners of the USA. Hell, Atlanta's "franchise" QB is a Yankee. Ours is a southerner who went to a Yankee school, Purdue. (Saints fan here)

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