Gil Thorp by Henry Barajas and Rod Whigham for November 29, 2022

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    pategar  4 months ago

    If only 17 wasn’t dancing Gene. But alas, he was singing in the rain.

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    LawrenceS  4 months ago

    Uh, pretty sure a play can’t be called legendary before it’s even over. Two top meanings of the word are mythical (Arthur was a legendary king) or remaining famous for a long time (Amani’s wines are legendary). This is neither. Could it have been a classic play, or did Marty know that Gil would be watching the tape in 35 years?

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    Gil-doh!  4 months ago

    Ummmm…if you don’t wait for the snap, aren’t you penalized for either being off sides or for illegal procedure?

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    Mr Reality  4 months ago

    Marty Moon exclaims ln all reality , Fans this play will haunt Gil Thorp for the rest of his life and it’s all been captured by Memerx Video Tape for future generations of fans to view again and again !

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    ranelson43  4 months ago

    Play isn’t over -

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    bryce.gear  4 months ago

    Pass interference

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    Gil-doh!  4 months ago

    Legendary relative to what and in what way? Luke executed a fundamentally sound clean, hard tackle on the deciding play of the game. He did his job, his team achieved their goal. If he made every tackle, made every sack, interception, fumble recovery and scored all of Valley Tech’s points during their playoff run, now that would be legendary.

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    Ichabod Ferguson  4 months ago

    A “fumble” implies the receiver caught the pass, established possession and then lost the ball. Unless the fumble was recovered by the other team, it’s still Milford’s ball.

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    dadjo  4 months ago

    I’m still waiting for Crackle and Pop.

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    bearwku82  4 months ago

    Who recovered the the fumble? Play through the whistle.

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    Irish53  4 months ago

    In 1987’s tomorrow, the Milford bird cage liner calls Luke’s play “dirty”

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    artegal  4 months ago

    Wait for the snap? As opposed to what?

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    Blaidd Drwg Premium Member 4 months ago

    I’m still trying to figure out how a 20 yr old VHS tape of a high school game has such amazing detail!!

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    chiphilton  4 months ago

    “Milford is going to go for it” yells Marty after the play begins. Maybe he thought they would fake a pass and kick the ball instead.

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    Twainrdr  4 months ago

    Tomorrow: "FLAG FOOTBAL!!!

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    Irish53  4 months ago

    Meanwhile on the sideline, Gil cups his hands and yells “…Get the Ball!…”

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    Gil-doh!  4 months ago

    Never let ‘em see you sweat there, Tayser.

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    BrandonMayhew  4 months ago

    I kind of got used to the non-sports stuff and miss it…when can we get back to non-sports?

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    bhricik  4 months ago

    Legendary? First recorded fumble created by a Latino?

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    HooDaD  4 months ago

    Coaches Held Hostage: Coach Kaz, Day 49. 49-0 was Rocky Marciano’s record. And of course, there are the San Francisco 49ers.

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    Mopman  4 months ago

    P3: “May I have this dance?” And speaking of dancing, there’s no dancing around the fact that today’s Mopped Up Thorp is now online.
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    [Unnamed Reader - 563f4c]  4 months ago

    1. If the Ball is caught in the end zone it is a touchdown.2. There is no such thing as a completed pass in the end zone being fumbled. Once it is caught it is a touchdown. The play is over once the receiver catches the ball

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