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    • Astro wrote:

      max.patch wrote:

      in case anyone was wondering how johnny football was doing in his first CFL start...

      at halftime the hamilton tiger cats are leading the montreal alouettes (manziels team) 38-3. manziel has 4 interceptions at the half.

      edit to add:

      final score 50-11.

      johnny football replaced after the 3rd quarter with the score 41-3.
      I would recommend he try another sport, but I am afraid that might be baseball. :/ So on second thought Canada can keep him.
      johnny baseball was drafted by the padres in the 28th round as a shortstop...

      headline in usa today yesterday called him "johnny interception".

      2,000 miler
    • Astro wrote:

      max.patch wrote:

      in case anyone was wondering how johnny football was doing in his first CFL start...

      at halftime the hamilton tiger cats are leading the montreal alouettes (manziels team) 38-3. manziel has 4 interceptions at the half.

      edit to add:

      final score 50-11.

      johnny football replaced after the 3rd quarter with the score 41-3.
      I would recommend he try another sport, but I am afraid that might be baseball. :/ So on second thought Canada can keep him.
      I could think of a MLB team or 2 that might be interested in "rehabilitating" another abuser.
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      I played on my high school's football team for 1 season, what a waste of time.
      Being a starting defensive lineman on a team with a very good offense means that I didn't get to play very much, maybe 15 minutes a game at best. And even part of that 15 minutes was as part of the kick-off team.
      I liked running track much better because my success, or failure, was at my own doing not on whether the team won the track meet or not. I ran the 2 hurdle events and occasionally a leg in a relay.