Mike Lantry, 1972
If there's one thing we can all agree to hate around here...it's Justin Boren:
Let's all stop bickering and enjoy Hate Week...for a second...and then go back to bickering.
(potentially NSFW LINK)
Presenting, in case anyone was curious:
Presumably Mallet is somewhere in the 1-43 range.
Unless a snowstorm is coming, and the plow calls, I'm betting he's there!
The Game is all about the warm spirit of sharing.
So, welcome to Insult-a-Buck, the thread where you can share the most creative, tasteless, degrading, disgusting, or offensive insults ever heard in the history of The Game.
Here’s a modest start*:
--Is not the laziest person around.
-------------But most of those who are lazier are dead
--has a girlfriend who has been faithful to the end
-------------Unfortunately, he’s the quarterback.
OSU fans who are seen watching the game at a bar, nursing a beer…..
----------- --I hope your nipple gets soggy
*plagiarized from Mark Twain, anonymous, and Steven Wright, respectively.
EDIT: Since it was in the banner of ESPN stories on the CFB front page I assumed it was current. It mentioned Friday practice, which I assumed was a morning practice (some programs do them) and since there was no mention of USC I just assumed it was an instant-update short story filed moments after the fact.
Lots of assuming; I guess I shouldn't assume UM wins tomorrow or I might be wrong on that too!
Justin Boren suffered a knee injury in practice and may miss 3+ weeks while rehabilitating it. The 105 roster for tOhio State appears to have been filled with the return of two players (WR Ray Small and DE Rob Rose) who appeared to be dealing with academic issues that still, reportedly for Small, are not fully handled.
Wisconsin has suspended two likely starters at safety from camp, making their future unclear and a start September 5th against Northern Illinois highly unlikely. Shane Carter and Aubrey Pleasant both have a solid amount of starts and their departure, however short, is a thorn in the side of a team that has faced a lot of criticism for not playing to its potential.
ESPN's pre-season All American list has been released and it features three from the Big Ten (and two from this planet):
- Minnesota wide receiver Eric Decker
- Penn State linebacker Navorro Bowman
- Michigan punter Zoltan Mesko
ESPN Big 10 blogger Adam Rittenberg's all Big-Ten team features:
DE: Brandon Graham, Michigan
P: Zoltan Mesko, Michigan
Detroit News fluff piece on Michigan o-line
Hockey player AJ Sturges speaks out about Glenn Winston's reinstatement following a suspension from the team and jail time for an assault last year, upset about the unclear MSU policy regarding the allowance of players with prison records and suspensions back onto teams. Conflicting perspectives ensue.
Penn State cornerback AJ Wallace will likely be suspended for 1-2 games for academic issues.
Iowa cornerback Jordan Bernstine likely out for the season with ankle injury.