January 13, 2010
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Ken...I think I was telling Scotto to leave Brittney alone...But I don't have the conversation before me...so, I you will give me the exact quote< will have a better grasp of what was siad and/or meant...Okay..Thanks..
Go Blue Ken!
Too bad the end didnt turn out the way we hoped, but it was a great run and an amazing feat for the program
Hey Ken, Been a long time since I was on Bleacher Report. Now that Football season is starting I'll be on here more often and looking forward to your comments as usual. Anyway, good luck this Friday to your MSU team. I think they will crush Boise State!!!
Go Green when they aren't playing my team and Go Blue!!!!
Hi Ken, thanks for posting on my bulletin board. Sorry that I just saw this tonight. I'm not always following everything on BR these days.
In any case, I've always enjoyed our trips to Michigan State. I have found the fans to be quite welcoming and friendly to Penn Staters, and the stadium atmosphere to be outstanding, albeit a bit tough to get up to that nosebleed section - 7 ramps! - where they put the away game fans these days. I also think that MSU's campus is one of the prettiest in the Big Ten.
In any case I guess since now we are in different divisions we won't play one another quite as often. So when we do, it will be more special. I never hide my garb anywhere in the Big Ten, and have never really had a problem. But I understand why you go out of your way at Ohio State to hide the fact that you're from Michigan.
Thanks for the message Ken. I think running those types of plays would be great. I think it's good too because it's not likely that there would be injuries to the QB. I think throwing in a play like that each quarter would be great as well. It would keep the defense honest and make passing and running plays easier for us. I think Having Denard throwing to Gardner, and Gardner throwing back to Denard on a screen would almost get a TD every time since Denard is so fast and elusive.
Michigan looks great on paper. They have a ton of great players. I think they will do great under Coach Hoke and Mattison, however the schedule they play this year is brutal. If they can pull out wins on their road games, (@Nebraska, Alabama in Texas, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Minnesota, and Purdue) then I think they will have a shot at another BCS bowl game and perhaps a chance at going to the Big Ten Championship game. I sure hope you're right about this being Michigan's year.
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
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I def dont think ur a bad guy, lol...i spent some time looking for that quote but ill def give ur friend a shout and get the scoop...lol....roll tide!!
I thought you might want to check out "The Top 25 Title Odds" story. I think you'll get a kick out of my picks to make the finals.
Ken... I fully and totally understand you not wanting me to have your email address. If you want to keep in touch through B/R that is fine with me. But, if you ever want to get in touch with me on a more personal level, you can always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is a strange time in the world right now so I won't be upset in any way, shape, or form if you would rather keep in touch through B/R. Hell...it surely is easy enough and my email alerts me any time I get any kind of message from B/R. I may be wrong, but I consider you smart,and even though you are a fan of "little brother", I consider you a friend as well. I wish all of the people at B/R were like you and the handful of friends I have at B/R. I have a couple Michigan pals, a Wisconsin buddy, you, and about a dozen Buckeye friends although they aren't very bright for the most part and DO NOT have my email address. Hahahaha. Anyway...you are now my brother whether you like it or not (I call all men, "brother"... it is a Christian thing). And on a couple personal notes... I'm 38 years old. I was born in Dayton, Ohio, just like friggin Brady Hoke, and I have lived in the Orlando, Florida area for around 30 years. My birthday is on February, 25th so I turn 39 then, In keeping with "Things about Chris"... I am married with 2 daughters (12 and 9), but I have been separated for 7 years. I live with my girlfriend, Wendy, and her 2 children. Wendy's boy has Down's syndrome and is 28. Wendy's daughter is a senior in high school and is 18. We honestly have 26 cats (no joke). We took in a couple pregnant strays and then 8 months later we went from 12 cats to 38 cats. Since we would never let someone kill our pets, we take between 1 and 4 cats to the "no kill" animal shelter every 2 to 4 weeks. We also have 2 rabbits as we are animal lovers but the cats were an accident of sorts that our laziness made things bad. Wendy and I are both plumbers that specialize in total home re-piping. But since we are in a depression of sorts, Wendy has taken a job doing housekeeping at a nearby hotel and I am doing very little part-time plumbing just to barely get by. We used to make $1200 to $2500 each weekly for a four day week, but now we are living week to week. Times have been very tough to say the least.
So, now you know about my family and me. I'm just a sports freak and not too much of a weirdo. You told me about your job so I went a bit overboard and told you nearly everything about me and us. Oh... one last thing... we are Christians but we aren't Bible banging freaks. You never have to worry about me getting upset about any words you speak. I'm just a normal dude that believes in Christ but I don't attend church or practice any funky rituals. I'm a weirdo, but I'm normal at the same time. Email me through B/R or through my regular email anytime you wish. Your emails and your sports views will always be taken in pleasure. Take care, brother, I hope to hear from you before the last game of the Big Ten basketball season. See ya.