Monday, February 8, 2016 – WHOOP!


Monday, February 8, 2016 – WHOOP!

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George S. Patton Jr. — ‘Give me an Army of West Point graduates and I’ll win a battle… Give me a handful of Texas Aggies and I’ll win a war.’

The Brazos Valley and Texas A&M University are taking full credit for yesterday’s win by the Denver Broncos. This includes congratulations to Head Coach Gary Kubiak, Class of 83 (I think) and to the first Texas Aggie to be selected as Most Valuable Player in a Super Bowl – Outside linebacker, Von Miller, from DeSoto, Texas. (NOTE: NOT DALLAS!)

Further congratulations go to Peyton Manning and the entire Denver organization – especially the lady with the Botox lips at the trophy presentation. I think she is the owner.

Gig ‘Em Broncos.

4 responses to “Monday, February 8, 2016 – WHOOP!

  1. Not having a dog in the hunt, I didn’t note any Lumberjacks playing, it sure looked like a completion in the first half right before the strip and defensive touchdown. Just saying.

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  2. Referees probably attended Texas Tortilla Tech.

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  3. Botex LIPS….I think her whole body was “botexed”. I think it was a good game and Peyton needs to “hang um up”. Before he is really crippled up. Did you notice the scars on his neck?

    Bring on the round ball.

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  4. Those scars are from several years ago. He, like all athletes who play at the professional level, are already crippled up. Time to go sell pizzas with Papa John. Time to start studying for March Madness.

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