2:24 pm January 8, 2010, by David O'Brien
Tom Waits wears Redwing boots
January 10th, 20101:51 am
I can’t find an ignore key on my keyboard. Can I get a keyboard with this button at WALMART?
still think we match up with the phils offensively daily?
Registration for username?
January 10th, 20101:52 am
Right now, everyone is allowed in by default….this way, you have to be approved first.
January 10th, 20101:54 am
Thanx for clarification. I bank online, check retirement fund, etc. I get that, but would that really solve anything?
Brandon from Warner Robins
January 10th, 20101:55 am
when do pitchers and catchers report to camp?
January 10th, 20101:56 am
If everyone is denied by default and must await approval, it would make things a lot more difficult. Once approved, if your account is banned, you have to try to get another account approved…this will be a little more difficult because the IT department might be able to find similarities from one banned account to a potential new one.
January 10th, 20101:59 am
Team A: FG% 47.2%, 3-pt% 42.9%, FT 80%
Team B: FG% 43.3%, 3-pt% 14.3%, FT 66.7%
You would think Team A wins easily…
On many forums, there is an ‘ignore’ button near someone’s name, you can no longer view their posts.
Now that i think of it more, i’m guessing registration would be required to do that, to tie a person into a username.
I incorrectly assumed that when people spoke of ignoring someone, they were talking about an actual feature of the blog.
January 10th, 20102:02 am
I’m not sure I really give a sh!t if we match up with them offensively. I will take the Braves 12 pitchers over the Fillies 12 pitchers all day long. In short, “the best 1-7 in the n.l.” will have to score against us. And I submit, that will be a greater challange for them than us scoring on their pitching staff. You’ll see when the games actually take place.
January 10th, 20102:07 am
Understand now. Banned bloggers who try to get back on would have their physical home address or DOB or phone or whatever singular identifier or combo of identifiers registered. duplicity would red flag you. Thanx for explanation.
January 10th, 20102:08 am
tom, if its and buts were, well you now how that works out.
I was just being a peckerwood. Sorry
January 10th, 20102:09 am
tom did you see goerge w. high fiving jerry?
January 10th, 20102:10 am
Exactly Dude, let us play at least 60 games before we decide how old and injury prone and sh!tty we are.
January 10th, 20102:14 am
we finally had a power pitcher, and we traded him. so when lowe AND the donger cant stkike any one out enjoy it.
Also, from how I’ve seen Bobby manage over the years, I predict that Tim Hudson will be out Opening Day starter, followed by Jair Jurrjens, Tommy Hanson, Derek Lowe, and Kenshin Kawakami.
January 10th, 20102:17 am
i have a bet. tell me wahat you think about it? i have the field.
she has the cowboys and the chargers.
i have the others.
January 10th, 20102:18 am
lentz, i have the field. other then the pokes and the chargers.
January 10th, 20102:25 am
cowboys sure look good now. but guess what, brooking will bring you down. always a chaser never a tackler.
January 10th, 20102:32 am
Never was a big Brooking fan either. Cat did go to 5-6 Pro Bowls. Probably blasphemous not to be a fan of a guy from the area and a performer for local college and pro teams.
January 10th, 20102:33 am
if anyone thinks that hudson will be better than javy vasquez scares me.
vasquez, had one of the best seasons in brave history.
200 plus k’s almost zero walks.
January 10th, 20102:35 am
lentz, it would take a couple of road wins. not often it happens.
January 10th, 20102:37 am
It’s the same thing every time.
1) Lentz says something that offends or upsets somebody.
2) That person says something to him
3) He explodes
4) They explode
5) Ridiculously childish name calling and obscenities follow (I’ve seen 10 year olds behave better)
6) DOB bans Lentz
7) Lentz comes back like Chuckie from “Child’s Play” except with more weird punctuation in his name
8.) Lentz purposelfully tries to make normal banter like nothing happened
Maybe not better, but as effective. Effective meaning innnings pitched and wins.
January 10th, 20102:38 am
lentz, that will mean both of those teams willl win in domes. dont see it.
January 10th, 20102:40 am
Paul – I know you always say “well they started it…I’m just trying to have a civil conversation, but they made fun of me.” You have to understand that for months you’ve paraded around calling us MORONS and IDIOTS. You’ve rubbed some people the wrong way and you have to accept that everybody’s not a big Lentz fan.
Take the high road, ignore them, whatever….but I want you to realize that your little explosions don’t accomplish anything except making one blogger hate you more and having to put the rest of us through this very unwelcomed crap. I really hope you understand that. You’re not accomplishing anything except annoying others and making people hate you more. That’s it. Calling someone “ncpoots” or saying you did it with someone’s mom is only making you look more and more crass, stupid, and insensitive.
January 10th, 20102:46 am
What will Glaus do this year?
January 10th, 20102:48 am
probably, pull a mondesi thing.
why did nobody else want him?
January 10th, 20102:50 am
Maybe, he really does seem like a mystery. Boy, Mondesi – that Dude sure tanked after LA.
see this rico brogna thing always happens. looks great on paper. but it always ends in a trail of tears.
January 10th, 20102:51 am
On another note, I got into my car tonight and “Sweet Escape” by Gwen Stefani was playing. It felt like the Braves just got a single
OOOOOH OOOOOH, WHEEEEEEEEEEEE OOOOOH!
January 10th, 20102:53 am
Indulge me – What of Glaus?
I work in a dairy cooler at kroger and i swear i hear that song at least 2 or 3 times a day. always think of the braves too.
January 10th, 20102:57 am
Tom Waits – I, like most people here, think Glaus will hit around 30 HR if he’s healthy. From what DOB said about his physical condition and that he’s had no restrictions in exercising and working out, here’s hoping he’ll have a healthy year.
January 10th, 20102:58 am
Don’t know any of her music. I know she’s with the guy that did that song “Glycerine” and I dig that song.
January 10th, 20102:59 am
If that’s the case, is our O better?
January 10th, 20103:00 am
brnadon i just for the sake of saying i would not tell anyone i work in a dairy cooler. not that there is anything wrong with that but?
January 10th, 20103:02 am
color me stupid when glauss hits 30 dingers. please hope so.
January 10th, 20103:05 am
really serious galuss is gonna hit what if he is lucky and stays somewhat healty maybe 20.
that would be good.
Ever see the movie “The Cooler”?
January 10th, 20103:07 am
tom, really like william macy. i aint the cooler though. maria bello is hot though.
January 10th, 20103:10 am
Macy was such a huge part of “Fargo”. Remember when he was trying to escape thru the hotel window or his phone conversations with creditors – Dude was brilliant in that role.
January 10th, 20103:12 am
Best part was when dad-in-law submarined his deal and he was in that desolate, snow packed parking lot scraping ice off the windshield.
January 10th, 20103:14 am
tom, my only point is if troy glaus is about to hit 30 dingers, why did not anyone else want him?
January 10th, 20103:16 am
Wonder if any of the San Fran bloggers have seen “Milk” – I bought it last week for 3.99. Penn was phucking brilliant. I think the best actor of my time. So many different roles he has mastered. Spicolla
January 10th, 20103:26 am
No joke, Good Question. If Glaus is honest, he did want to play for Cox. Maybe hitting between Jones and McCann was the most attractive option, maybe he’s confident he’ll get the incentive money. Again, if you believe him, he wanted to play for a team he saw as a legitimate playoff team. He might be a patient guy and at 33, if he believes he can help this team reach the playoffs and be a big reason why, he’ll increase his value for a 3-4 year deal after 2010.
January 10th, 20103:30 am
Most of these guys do get good advice, so maybe he and his agent mapped out a way to a longer more lucrative contract after 2010. And signing with the Braves was a good first step.
January 10th, 20103:33 am
uga-brave………I’ve said this before, I feel that New Orleans is a one and done team. Dallas exposed their weak O-line. Drew Brees was pressured by both Dallas and Tampa Bay.
Either Arizona or Green Bay will go into New Orleans and beat them. That means that whoever wins the Dallas-Minnesota game will host the NFC Championship game. Bank on it.
10 years ago, home field in the playoffs meant a lot. However times have changed. Momentum is king now days.
January 10th, 20103:34 am
tom, seen this one before. it usually plays out the same way.
then again i will give him the benefit of the doubt.
cant get negative till spring training. just saying we could of kept a guy that plays plus defense at first base. a guy that wanted to be here.
instead we have another ? mark.
January 10th, 20103:35 am
jeffrey d…….what? no props on my Cowboys winning tonight? Or will it kill you to say anything nice to me? Whatever. You can come up with all your David Letterman top ten lists all you want about how evil I am. You do what you have to do to make yourself feel good.
I’ll enjoy the fact that my Cowboys are 2 steps away from the Super Bowl.
January 10th, 20103:39 am
lentz, the cowboys are the hot team no doubt, but a week off is a big deal.
so going up to minnesota will not be a little thing.
gotta hunch that minnesota might be a litlle tougher then you think.
January 10th, 20103:42 am
Wren just didn’t value LaRoche as much as LaRoche valued LaRoche. I think that’s what they mean when they say “it’s a business, they’re going in another direction”. It’s hard to imagine humans as a commodity. But in the end, it makes professional sports interesting and when it’s interesting, people buy it or blog about it.
January 10th, 20103:43 am
uga-brave……..dude, I dont know what they are serving in the kool-aid in Georgia tonight, but I NEVER said that Dallas was going to have an easy time of it against Minnesota. I said that it wont be easy but I’m confident that we’ll win next week.
January 10th, 20103:45 am
I just now realized this. But last night, I made a post at 12:01am that I predicted that tonight’s score would be 34-14.
Damn, I’m good. Check it if you dont believe me.
January 10th, 20103:47 am
It didnt dawn on me that I predicted the EXACT SCORE of Dallas’ win tonight.
Again, check it for yourselves. At 12:01am last night, lol. Unbelievable, lol.
Now come on, how can you guys still hate me on that? Can I at get a least a tiny bit of props? Throw a brotha a bone, lol, ok?
January 10th, 20103:48 am
It’s in the middle of Page 5 at 12:01am. 34-14 Dallas. I NAILED that prediction didnt i?
January 10th, 20103:51 am
lentz, gotta love your moxy. i will give you that. but a week off in the nfl is usually a big thing.
should be a really good game next week.
January 10th, 20103:53 am
uga-brave…….dude, did you check last night’s post that I’m referring to? I correctly picked the score of tonight’s game. It didnt dawn me that I did until a few minutes ago.
January 10th, 20103:58 am
paul, ego is a huge thing. nobody loves someone that is a tell you so.
actually you might have somewhat of low self esteem. you continue to tell peeople how smart you are. right or not that is my guess.
January 10th, 20104:02 am
sometimes drawing to a inside sraight aint wise.
January 10th, 20104:05 am
uga-brave………..dude, you have to admit, calling the exact score of a playoff game is something to “brag about”. A lot of people were giving me a hard time last night about tonight’s game. I decided to put a bold prediction out there and DAMN……..I NAILED IT, lol.
Ego has nothing to do with this particular thing. I’m not asking for a plaque to be made in my honor……..just a little bit of props and some congrats for the game tonight. That’s all.
January 10th, 20104:53 am
see this rico brogna thing always happens. looks great on paper. but it always ends in a trail of tears UGA
by the time he got to us, Rico didn’t even look good on paper. Nobody with a lick of sense expected him to succeed.
January 10th, 20104:57 am
Just watched Macy,Walken and Freeman in The Maiden Heist , a fairly decent comic caper flick. OK movie, great cast.
January 10th, 20107:30 am
Sweet Jesus, does it ever end? Glad to hear you’re frustrated too, Dave. Hope your IT wonks work something out. I got banned by Bill Shanks for calling him a sanctimonious, thin-skinned hothead (true, but ticking off your web host is probably bad form), so I’m sure there’s some way to get rid of this guy. Only thing that’s amusing now is watching the punctuation change . . . . . . # # # .
January 10th, 20107:48 am
how about joe torre for manager after bobby retires, his contract’s up at the end of the year and it looks like mattingly wil step in, in LA. he’s a former brave and seems to coach cheap teams better than big buck big ego team. i’d much rather seem him or tp or the coach from florida
January 10th, 20109:13 am
You like Diaz speed? What speed?
January 10th, 20109:19 am
January 10th, 2010
Big 12 will be tough for everyone….no doubt about it.
Yeah, MISSOURI sure gave RICHMOND a fit down at PADRE last month. Heh,heh,heh.
January 10th, 20109:26 am
Good thing GEORGE W. hasn’t been bird-hunting with DICK CHENEY. If he has, I’m guessing he’s stayed well back fron CHENEY’s line-of-sight.
I gave you a hard time yesterday about having no substance to your posts. Then you post this last night:
“Paul Lentz, it got deleted so I’ll keep it cleaner…. your 12:36 post is exactly why people think you’re a sissy little girl that grows courage behind your computer screen. Shut your garbage mind off and go to sleep. Quit writing novels on here that I bet 98% of people don’t read anyways and the other two percent are you and the blog moderator that’s trying to find a reason to delete it.”
Thanks for making me look wrong so quickly.
Best post of this blog so far……
Cheers to you!
January 10th, 20109:35 am
Registration: I really hope they soon come up with something along those lines. I’m sick of the same act that you and so many others are.
God I hope so. So tired of the fake posters and the other BS.
January 10th, 20109:54 am
The Braves could’ve had Vlad Guerrero for $5 million.
January 10th, 201010:00 am
“P.a.u.l.L.e.n.t.z, it got deleted so I’ll keep it cleaner…. your 12:36 post is exactly why people think you’re a sissy little girl that grows courage behind your computer screen. Shut your garbage mind off and go to sleep. Quit writing novels on here that I bet 98% of people don’t read anyways and the other two percent are you and the blog moderator that’s trying to find a reason to delete it.”
January 10th, 201010:11 am
I was just reading about Matt Holliday’s contract on ESPN.com, and found this nugget about it:
He gets $50,000 for Division Series MVP; $100,000 for LCS MVP; and $150,000 for being named the World Series MVP.
Pretty interesting that he has a clause for Division Series MVP, considering that they don’t award those.
January 10th, 201010:12 am
I like your lineup against lefties. I have said on the blog recently that Diaz should bat leadoff. He works counts and most importantly his obp at the leadoff spot is off the charts. Yes, his speed isn’t fantastic, but he can move, especially compared to the rest of the lineup. McLouth is not a leadoff hitter, Bobby! His obp isn’t nearly high enough.
Vlad is where he needs to be, in the American League as a DH. He can’t play the field anymore, he can only hit. He looked like a stick horse last year, really stiff when trying to run. We had no use for a $5 million dollar pinch hitter.
January 10th, 201010:31 am
jeffrey d…….what? no props on my Cowboys winning tonight? Or will it kill you to say anything nice to me? Lentz
Pretty sure you gave yourself more than enough props.
THE BEAR Illegitimi non carborundum
January 10th, 201010:32 am
When you are required to register in order to post it makes it much more difficult to mess up a blog. Here is why.
It only takes three clicks to delete a post and it only takes three more clicks to ban a poster. And it takes that poster MINUTES to re-register.
One night a few years back we were invaded by ten guys. Two of us were able to ban them much faster than they could re-register. It only took about 30 minutes for them to surrender and disappear.
Such a requirement would rid this blog of a certain individual who only has to add a simple digit to his name in order to post. And it would be a happy day for most on here.
I believe most blogs do require registration. On our blog anyone can come on and read all they like but if they want to post they must register. It works wonders.
January 10th, 201010:34 am
I know you want to say that Kansas will run all over a team with only 6 scholarship players, who recently dismissed their only All- SEC selection. but they have some serious talent left and played inspired basketball last wednesday against a pretty good Charlotte team. Pearl’s teams have always played better in the underdog role….Should be a good game
January 10th, 201010:37 am
Gov. Tyree-Well, at least you proved with your banning that Shanks WAS thin skinned, though I bet it was the sanctimonious part that he probably didn’t like. Moral victory, anyway.
Paul-What do we care what game Bush, Junior or Senior, Clinton, Carter or any other former President goes to after they leave office? What they do doesn’t affect us anymore, does it? BTW, Dude, FDR is still dead and will not be attending the Super Bowl. Reagan, either..
TnBrian-Actually, in my case, I don’t blog in the middle of the night because there’s at least a three drink minimum and I haven’t had alcohol since 86. Well, it’s either that or blood pressure meds.
January 10th, 201010:40 am
LENTZZ = CLOWN.
January 10th, 201010:49 am
Don’t you or cabravesfan follow USC football? I knew LATRELL SCOTT was a good coach, but he just signed up AARON CORP formally of USC. I would call this a serious “coup” for the SPIDERS football program. What’s up with this dude? He has two full seasons left. Appears to be a solid player, and we needed a boost with ERIC WARD graduated.
BTW ATLANTANS if you have anyone in your family who wants a great education and/or a solid I-AA athletic experience, look at the UNIVERSITY of RICHMOND. ERIC WARD did. So have ATLANTA area b-ballers KEVIN ANDERSON and DAVID GONZOLVEZ. We need more like them.
January 10th, 201011:02 am
Bobby will give DLowe or Huddy the opening day nod. I think DLowe should be our #1 , team needs to show we believe in him as our Ace and that he’ll bounce back. JJ and Hanson will be 3 and 4 with Kawakami in the 5th. Our rotation is prolly the best from top to bottom in the majors. Kawakami is good enough to be a #3 on alot of teams. Hanson and JJ are future #1’s or 2’s. Pitching is once again what will carry this team. With our more balanced lineup and improved bench. We should score more runs. And we have a more experienced back end of the bullpens as well as a more deeper bullpen. This team is better now, and better for the future.
Ease in Woodstock
January 10th, 201011:25 am
THE BEAR – your site does indeed work very well, and for those who would be interested it is a real eyeopener. Makes you actually think…I appreciated the kind reception…
As an aside, my parents joined Dunwoody in 1978, when prices were still a steal, and my father still gets out there to play golf…To this day, one of the best courses that I have ever played
January 10th, 201011:29 am
richbrave – we did discuss the Aaron Corp transfer right after it was announced – in fact, Thrillhouse44 brought it up. cabravesfan is definitely not a fan of Corp, and she was happy to see him go. It will be interesting to see how he does at UR…
January 10th, 201011:39 am
“Our rotation is prolly the best from top to bottom in the majors.”
In the NL maybe, but the majors? Nah, I’d take the Yankees and the Red Sox rotations before the Braves. Not taking anything away from our rotation, though.
January 10th, 201011:50 am
Ease, I am glad you had a good experience at our site. And very happy to know your family are members of DCC. I was the first chairman of the Swimming and Tennis Committee. We had only 4 courts at the time and we were the happy recipients of the pool, a gift from Mills Lane (of C&S Bank) and Larry Morris.
We had a little white wooden cart house in the early days before we built the clubhouse and we had shrimp boils at poolside late Sunday afternoons, following rock gathering on the fairways. It took a lot of work but it was fun. There was a lot of big rocks on those fairways back then. My house overlooked the 14th fairway and there was no fence back then. I could come home and take my light weight bag and tee off in my backyard and play five holes and be back home. Loved it.
January 10th, 201011:58 am
balla1881: I completely agree with your 10:34 a.m. comment about Vols. A friend who’s a Memphis fan told me in an e-mail yesterday that it would be a cakewalk, and I replied to him that I was certain it would not be and that I’d be satisfied with just a win. For the reasons you cited. Tennessee has too much talent left, plus the game has been sold out for months and it’s going to be a charged atmosphere. As you pointed out Vols just beat Charlotte last week (and Charlotte thumped ranked Louisville by 22 a month earlier).
By the way, I could hardly believe when I read in Knoxville paper today that this will be the first time a No. 1-ranked team has visited Thompson-Boling Arena in its 23-year history. Last No. 1 to visit Knoxville was Kentucky — 43 years ago.
January 10th, 201012:02 pm
Daybed: regarding that division-series MVP clause in Holliday’s contract, there have been a lot of those incentives in contracts over the years, and continue to be, even though it’s often pointed out by reporters and fans that no such award exists for division series. I’m sure the reason that agents put them in there in multi-year contracts in case such an award is added later. Say, if they start awarding division-series MVP honors a couple years from now.
January 10th, 201012:03 pm
January 10th, 2010
richbrave – we did discuss the Aaron Corp transfer right after it was announced – in fact, Thrillhouse44 brought it up. cabravesfan is definitely not a fan of Corp, and she was happy to see him go. It will be interesting to see how he does at UR…
Sorry to hear that, but I know as the receivers coach and primary recruiter under DAVE CLAWSON, he was responsible for WARD and numbers of others coming to RICHMOND which resulted in the 2008 title. I just hope he didn’t put blinders on where CORP is concerned when he saw “USC.”
January 10th, 201012:08 pm
Back after a couple days… saw Lentz got banned a few times.. same ole
January 10th, 201012:17 pm
Heard Boldin is out for the game today.
January 10th, 201012:18 pm
vlad signs a one year deal with rangers would have been kinda cool if we took a chance on him
Steve, I may have spoken too soon regarding Maddux and which team’s cap he’ll be depicted wearing in the Hall of Fame. I’m still almost certain he’ll go in as a Brave. But reason it might not be as clear-cut a decision as I thought is something I read in an AP story about Andre Dawson and how it’s not certain which cap he’ll be depicted wearing on his Hall plaque:
Here’s the section of the story:
“The Hawk” played his first 11 seasons on the artificial turf of Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, which he said was as hard as the carpeted floor he was standing on at his news conference. He extended his career with 10 more years on grass, including six with the Chicago Cubs, where he won the 1987 NL MVP.
The Hall of Fame still hasn’t decided whether the eight-time All-Star will have an Expos or Cubs hat — Dawson also played two years each for Boston and Florida — on his bronze plaque.
The Chicago Tribune, citing an unnamed source, reported Dawson wanted to be inducted as a Cub.
Dawson, appearing Thursday on Comcast SportsNet Chicago’s “Chicago Tribune Live,” said he knew “in my heart of hearts” which team it would be, according to the Tribune.
But he wouldn’t name the team and said it still hasn’t been decided.
“At the end of the day you want the logo to represent where this guy made his greatest impact,” said Hall president Jeff Idelson at a news conference, standing next to a near life-sized poster of Dawson in an Expos uniform. “He was impactful in Montreal. He was impactful in Chicago, and to a much lesser extent Boston and Florida, but it’s more of a case sitting down and collectively make a decision.”
Still, as I pointed out in previous answer to your question: Maddux not only had more seasons with Braves (11) than with the Cubs (10), but also far more wins with the Braves (194) than with the Cubs (133), and three Cy Young Awards with the Braves to one with the Cubs. So I don’t think there’s any question where he had the most impact, right?
January 10th, 201012:20 pm
In regards to Aaron Corp- He didn’t get much of a chance at USC (he was going to be the started this year until he got hurt in spring camp and Matt Barkley beat him out) but the one game he started (at Washington this year) he was just south of AWFUL. He ended up 4th on our depth chart. I really do hope he shows why he was so highly recruited and plays well for you…seems like a good kid and deserves a second chance
January 10th, 201012:25 pm
cabravesfan – you forgot to add “except in the last regular season game…”
January 10th, 201012:34 pm
I know what Frank Wren said about Braves being close to their projected payroll figure, and it’s not that I don’t believe him. But … once again, I’ll just say regarding possibility of Braves signing Damon, however diminished those chances now seem: Never say never.
From Nick Cafardo’s always-excellent Sunday notes column in the Boston Globe, here’s a section on the still-unemployed Johnny Damon, including a comment Damon makes about possibility of playing for the Braves:
Johnny Damon said he’s not anxious but he is certainly surprised to be waiting to hear where he’ll be playing next season, considering the productive season he had with the Yankees and of course his World Series exploits and the memorable baserunning play.
“Well, I knew I’d have to wait until some of the bigger hitters like Jason Bay and Matt Holliday went places, and now I’m just waiting to see what’s in store for me,’’ Damon said. “I knew I’d probably have to take a pay cut, just based on the way the economy is in this country and baseball, but I thought I had a productive season and I think I showed people I can play and still do something at a high level.’’
Damon said he proposed a $10 million-a-year deal to the Yankees, but they were thinking more along the $6 million-$7 million range. Right now, he said, he’s not willing to take almost a 50 percent pay cut.
Asked whether he feels he’ll be a Yankee if his demands come down, he said, “I don’t know. I haven’t had any conversations with them recently. Nothing would surprise me, but there’s nothing there right now.
“I’m just kind of going on with my life. I haven’t made a lot of appearances in the offseason like I did after we won in ’04 with the Red Sox. I’m just trying to get in the best shape possible and see where that takes me.’’
Damon, who hit .282 with 24 homers and 82 RBIs last season as the No. 2 hitter in the lineup, feels there is interest in him. One team mentioned is the Braves, which would be ideal since Damon lives just a few minutes from their Disney spring training complex.
“Atlanta would be great,’’ he said. “I’m wide open. There are a handful of teams who, in my opinion, could win and I’d like to see what kind of availability there would be with those clubs.’’
January 10th, 201012:36 pm
I can’t believe that. With all the good teams Kentucky has had, with Florida so dominant a couple years ago, and even Mississippi State has had some real good teams, it’s hard to believe the last time a #1 came to Knoxville was in the 60’s.
Any rumors on Bobbys replacement for ‘11 yet DOB?
January 10th, 201012:39 pm
I see the blog cancer has morphed again. Too bad.
January 10th, 201012:43 pm
I wouldn’t call him a cancer. Cancer destroys everything from the inside until it’s dead. Lentz is bothering the blog from the inside but not killing it by any means. He’s more like a tapeworm.
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