September 30, 2006


You're not just a fraud, you're now Toledo

Welcome Back!!! Nearly 600 yards to KU's 2nd string QB?!?!




Blogger Sam said...

Order restored.

PS- Toledo had to face KU's first string QB.

11:12 PM  
Anonymous Twilight end Zone said...

Hilarious as usual. -- I responded to you on my guestbook.

Seriously... Keep up the great work. You are a good writer, and not afraid to speak the truth.

Congrat's to your Mizzou Tigers as well! I love seeing them do well.


11:27 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Heh..thanks TEZ....appreaciate it.

Also...remember when Husker fan was basking over big wins in La Tech, Troy and Even the "moral" victory of USC?

La Tech lost by 51
Troy lost by 18 to UAB
USC barely beat Washington State
Nichols State lost to South Dakota St. last weekend. (At Home)

Maybe tonight wasn't so strange after all?

11:50 PM  
Anonymous Twilight end Zone said...

Oh no, AJ... Didn't you hear the ultimate homer Jim Rose on the radio tonight? After he climaxed while speaking of how the Huskers almost took out USC, he declared that they will be facing Ohio State for the national championship. There is no way he would try to distort reality to make the Huskers sound / seem better than they are. ~puke~

Oh yeah, I totally love ALL of the Husker wins so far. Yep, the Big Red have taken out some real bad asses this year. We're Baaaaack!!!

Order has been Restored!!!!

Didn't you see how we beat up on Troy?!?!?

Tonight's KU game wasn't as close as it appeared, BTW. Just visit the propaganda boards and watch the self-proclaimed experts spin it after they "analyze" the film. Can't wait for that.

Looking forward to more reality in Ames, as I'm surrounded by people who think it is 1995 part II.

Keep it real, AJ... TeZ

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Obsessed Husker Fan said...

...yawn... thats all you got AJ??


12:34 AM  
Blogger Sam said...

oh yeah, if the game was playing in Lawrence, Swift would have been ruled to have fumbled the ball out of the endzone in overtime.

And it seemed to me that Kansas pretty much dominated the game... it was their inability to prevent the big play that cost them.

1:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blah blah blah. Beat Nebraska at Nebraska and then you can run your mouth. Until then, last year is last year. Quite frankly, this sounds like nothing more than pure envy of a program that was so dominant for so long that everyone, at least in this part of the world, wished was their team. Not Nebraskas falt that the ran roughshod over all the alsorans in the Big 8 and Big 12 early years. Fact of the matter is, that a lesser coach took over this program and ran it into the ground over six years, and is will take some time to get back to being dominant like we used to be. may never happen again because of the playing fields have been skewed to every team in the Big 12 except Nebraska. Believe this, Texas was a dead program until the Big 12 formed. Why do you think that Osborne was against all of the plans that the other Big12 teams were for? or maybe the question should be posed in reverse. The other 11 voted for all the rules that Osborne was not in favor of because they were tired of being killed week in and week out by Nebraska and wanted to take us down they only way the could. Politically. Sorry, but all I am seeing here is about 40 years worth of frustration being vented by some people who were not even around when the regualr beat downs started. Oh, some people I guess will never be able to over the past. Too bad.

10:36 AM  

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