There’s absolutely no replacement for the 15-7-0

September 10, 2012 | Glenn Clark

There’s absolutely no replacement for the 15-7-0

The “not so ELITE” 7…

1. Arkansas should be ashamed of themselvesbut maybe not as much as Colorado.

The Razorbacks paid the Warhawks $500,000 to come to Fayetteville and ruin their national title hopes thanks to this gutsy 4th down overtime call…

So…I take it things are going well for John L. Smith?

Oh and the Buffaloes lost at home to Sacramento State, who awarded kicker Edgar Castaneda with a scholarship for making the game winner.

It just struck me. There is no one attending the University of Colorado currently that has any idea the Buffs were ever good at football.

2. I know a dope who left Stevan Ridley on his fantasy football bench. GAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

Embarrassing for Glenn Clark? Yes. More embarrassing than Rob Gronkowski failing in an attempt to spike a football? Your call.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAGSy1lmwMk

BREAKING NEWS: The Patriots are still good. BREAKING NEWS PART 2: Here’s Nate Washington dancing like Willie Beamen…

And hey! Here’s Tom Brady with a broken nose…

And here’s another…

What would you do without me?

3. I know they ended up winning and all, but that Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl talk? How’s all that?

Geesh. Thankfully Pat Shurmur has never been forced to do common math or play Madden football, or the Browns might have known they needed to go for 2…and might have gone to overtime with the Iggles.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0F7Y5H8Yak

Brandon Weeden is new to the NFL. Surprisingly, he’s also apparently new to American flags…

Trent Richardson did his best Ben Malena impression…

But to my knowledge, Michael Vick suffered no new injuries. I’m confused too, gang.

4. Penn State kicker Sam Ficken had a worse Saturday than Mark Teixeira.

This was a BIT much…


Well…I’ll let you decide for yourself if it was too much…

Look, I root against both of these teams. But when I found out who UVa brought in to perform at halftime I suddenly preferred the Hoos…

That’s so fantastic.

5. I’m pretty sure this play is actually called the “WTF” in the Kansas State playbook.

The Wildcats blew out Miami, so I assume they can giggle about it. But seriously, whose 12 year old daughter is calling the plays in Manhattan???

The best part? Chris Harper being tackled by his own teammate. The second best part? The Hurricanes couldn’t beat that.

Before we wrap up our college football section of the 15-7-0, here’s a picture of Tyrann Matthieu watching the LSU game from the stands…

6. Aren’t the Carolina Panthers supposed to be good at running the football?

Can someone remind Jamey Eisenberg that he told me DeAngelo Williams was one of his best plays of the week?

THE PANTHERS RAN FOR 10 YARDS. TOTAL. TOTAL. I CAN’T TYPE THIS WITHOUT USING ALL CAPS BECAUSE IT’S CRAZIER THAN SOMEONE TRYING TO KIDNAP A MEMBER OF LIAM NEESON’S FAMILY.

Here’s a wild hit Mark Barron put on Steve Smith…

7. Attention Seattle Seahawks: you just lost to Kevin Kolb. I repeat. You just lost to Kevin Kolb.

I don’t care if you’re starting a rookie 3rd round pick…this is still embarrassing…

But perhaps NOT as embarrassing as replacement officials allowing Seattle a 4th timeout in the second half. So yeah.

And your “zero” who deserves to sleep on the roof…

Stephen Stasburg got shut down, but there was bigger Washington Nationals rookie news this weekend.

And another…

(Thanks to Deadspin, ESPN, Fox Sports, Busted Coverage, SB Nation, The AP/WNST.net, Yahoo! Sports, USA Today, CBS Sports, The Big Lead, SportsGrid, Bob’s Blitz, Larry Brown Sports and Guyism for tips/photos/videos.)

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…

-G

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. joe of bel air Says:

    Cundiff made all 4 of his FGs because none were over 45 yards. If they changed the rules and said you can only try FGs from 45 yards and closer Cundiff would still be a Raven. Go Justin Tucker, Eff Billy the choker

  2. Vince Says:

    32 yards is even closer

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