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  1. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp about 14 hours ago

    Well, if Pelwicki hadn’t wanted to be the qb, and had never worked out with Heather, we would have never known she was a lousy soccer player because she spent all her time doing football drills. They say it takes a million touches to make a good soccer player—I’m guessing Heather has touched a soccer ball about a dozen times.

  2. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 1 day ago

    If it’s a draw, wouldn’t the score be 24 all?

  3. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    VT doesn’t appear to be any better coached than Milford, if they don’t notice Heather is in the game until after the teams are lined up.

  4. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 4 days ago

    If that were the case, I’d give him the ball on every play.

  5. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 5 days ago

    Technically, isn’t that true of every play in the book? I mean a dive is pretty useless on 3rd and 25.

  6. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 7 days ago

    Gil has turned coaching over to the Players and Workers Committee to in the spirit of socialist solidarity to mark the passing of his contemporary Comrade Fidel.

  7. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 8 days ago

    MFS and EES in one panel!

  8. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 8 days ago

    I, too, am thankful for the snark, sarcasm and occasional outbreaks of humor that define this little corner of the interwebs. Have a great day, eat too much, watch too much sports and enjoy family and friends both RL and virtual.

  9. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 10 days ago

    Both blitzers appear to be running away from Hakeem. He needs more than one kind of Right Guard protection, it seems.

  10. miffedmax commented on Gil Thorp 11 days ago

    Yeah, I was under the impression that there were plays specifically designed to beat blitzes and that a team that blitzes on every passing down is as woefully predictable as a team that has a passing package. If a coach was paying attention.