Listen to the players and coach, Peter, or else you’ll be in the school infirmary.
I had a football coach where we didn’t dare take water breaks. Drinking water was seen as weak.
Bonus: The assistant coach never said a word EVER, all he would do is shake his head yes while the head coach was talking to us. I have no idea what this guys name even was because he never spoke & the actual coach never mentioned it. “Hey everyone this is coach so & so.” Nope not important.
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
I’m a thinking that skinny Peter will soon find himself locked in his own school locker.
With his arm, I doubt they’d need to go out that far.
Maybe one of these years, we’ll find out what the “H” stands for. Cue somebody saying “Harry Herpson” in three, two, one,…
Peter’s still the manager??? I’m surprised he’s lasted this long.
We WIlL dO Up dOwNS UNtIl BLUE iS nO LoNGeR tIrED oR ThIrsTy -Remember the Titans
Are Peter’s eyebrows in panel three, and the coach’s eyebrows in panel four, floating in front of their caps?
Better give them the bottles before you become the tackling dummy…..
Now that’s some high-quality H2O …
— Bobby Boucher (Adam Sandler), The Water Boy
According to The Writer’s Almanack, today is the birthday of J. Robert Cade who invented Gatorade in 1965. He noticed that at the end of a game, the players didn’t have any water to get rid of.
I’m surprised they don’t beat him up.
What’s amazing is that if they did what Peter told them, they would score a touchdown easily!
Speaking of coaches.
In England we played Rugby in freezing weather with snow falling while the coach stood on the sidelines yelling at us while he had a thick duffle coat on and warm scarf and gloves.
Best be careful, Fox, or they’ll be throwing you down the field.
I miss the dailies…