"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
Our favorite Space Emperor, Zoltan Mesko, has a fundraiser for cancer on EBay. Coffee with Coach Hoke is the reward to the highest bidder. Maybe an MGo member is feeling the need to donate to a good cause, grab a cup of Joe, and report back to us on one to one time spent with the man who makes a lot of points.
Sharing to support Zoltan but more importantly to support cancer patients.
Just saw in the Daily that Phil Brabbs participated in the alumni game today and appears to be in remission. I'm not an oncologist, and I don't play one on TV, but here's what he had to say for those of you that might be: “I’ve been off chemo for a couple months, but the cancer’s 97 percent gone... Possibly this week I might get a clean response, no cancer detectable."
Sounds like good news to me, and that's certainly the tone of the article.
PS I looked and didn't see this but if it is feel free to neg bang away (they don't work anymore, bwahaha)
WTKA is having a bunch of former players in studio and on-air to talk about Vada Murray, Jim Mandich, probably Phil Brabbs, in light of their struggles with serious health issues. 8am till 10am.
Thought it was a real nice article. I've never met Phil, but we've exchanged a few emails/facebook messages and he seems like a hell of a guy. If you haven't already, I encourage you to peruse his blog, Multiple Myeloma for Dummies.
Also, the article notes that Phil's next (and hopefully last) round of chemo is set to be completed December 28th (today). If you think of it, send a quick thought or prayer his way.
"When Mitch descended the steps of Nippert Stadium, the offensive linemen were engaged in drills. As soon as they saw him, they called out “Mitch!” and “What’s up, Mitch?” At the end of practice, the Bearcats gathered around Mitch so he could “break down” the team, meaning they jumped and chanted on his command."