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from the UM football page...the pic had this caption...
HEY! I just Met You! (It's my 2nd Season!)
And this is Maizey! (For God Sakes!)
But Here's my Record (11-2)
SO CALL ME BRADY!
His belt has literally been absorbed by his fat rolls
Now with a PhD in Applied Llama Physics...
Impressed that they could get Hoke in the whole picture! +1 for a very talented cameraman!
This post was edited by Spartan8Ball 23 months ago
Impressed that there is actually a recorded moment of him not eating.
I was thinking more of the Stay-puffed marshmallow man.
It doesn't take a whole lot to excite them. Perhaps you should reply with this video:
I will accept that as well.
team 133 ugh, I really detest everything about them.
I see Michigan State as a destination, not a stop.~Mark Dantonio
ya i was just about to say this. The "team 133" stuff is just stupid.
The first time MSU basketball aired in France the French surrendered to Tom Izzo just to be safe.
I think that was something Mike Hart invented.
I don't understand it, can some one please explain? It's referring to how long they have been around, right, like the 133 team of all time? If they were in the single digits like Rutgers or Yale, I might be impressed, hell, maybe even top 20. But #133? Where's the glory in that?
They claim to have been around for 133 years, so this is "team 133".
"Leave the gun.....take the cannoli"
"It's not your job to be as confused as Nigel."
So they fielded teams during world war two? Nttawwt...
Why would that bother them? They count beating high school teams as part of their rich tradition.
Just saying there were two types of men who were in college in the mid 40's... Those with serious medical conditions and those who they had to ask and had to tell... Guess which group probably didn't play football
Tits looks ready for the wet t-shirt contest, doesn't he?
Anyone. Anyplace. Anytime.
Great nickname. Tits McBrady.
C'mon, let's not go overboard. They had already ended the series with Case Institute of Technology in 1923 after racking up a 26-0-1 record and outscoring them 857-46.
This post was edited by Floyd Robertson 23 months ago
Join Date: 06-12-2001 RCMB vBull #32 # Total Posts: 35,866
Hey we used to play the Michigan school for the deaf...
Of course. And don't forget that in some of those 133 years, they didn't actually play anyone (1882) and in a few of those years they only played one or two other teams. But hey, 133 is 133!
We both had our share of odd opponents in those early years. I credit them for hard-fought games against teams like Iowa Navy Preflight and Physicians & Surgeons.
I like how they didn't have a coach for 13 seasons and only played 3 games total through their first three years.
In like 1901
Edit: oh, I get it. I'm kinda slow.
This post was edited by Dr Leo Spaceman 23 months ago
I love lamp!
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