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  2. Ha! Well, that's the last time I trust google images! Boy is my face red.
  3. https://www.hookem.com/story/big-12-media-days-qa-with-tcu-dt-ross-blacklock/ Great article on Ross Blacklock. I love the fact he compares Ochuan Mathis to Kawhi Leonard.
  4. Your 1946 Heisman winner, Glenn Davis, AKA "Mr. Outside"
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  6. That’s actually from Pan’s Labyrinth. I don’t think Tool made a music video for Forty Six & 2. Here they are doing a live performance from a 2014 DVD.
  7. Our current 46: Jonathan Song A few memorable 46s: David Hawthorne Chuck Curtis TCU beat Tech, 12-3 in 2006. It was the game that included the Great White Hit. It was GP's 46th career victory at TCU. ...a few bonus 46s: Juan Gonzalez hit 46 home runs in 1993 to win his second straight AL home run title This is a screen-cap from the video for Tool's "Forty Six and 2"
  8. Bruce Alford, Jr., 1968-69 Bills. This appears to be a made-up article from some guy's (or lady's, don't want to be sexist ... but probably guy's) fantasy simulation, as the Bills lost to the Patriots on November 23, 1969, 35-21 ... no field goals were kicked and both teams stood at 3-8 after the game. However, it appears that he has a legit picture of Alford that he got from somewhere. The only other picture I could find is a team photo ...
  9. I have to sneak one blues tune in, and I feel that this is a worthy one.. This probably isn't her finest, but it is a tune that I laugh at every time I hear it. (Of course, we will be revisiting her for a more traditional and honest effort later.) Simply country music perfection (and the version that he performed on television in 1961 was also a great rockabilly-flavored take on it)... And for something a little further down the rabbit hole... (Also, it is worth note that Gold Star was responsible for giving a certain Houston-area blues musician by the name of Sam Hopkins his more famous "Lightnin'" moniker when he recorded for them in 1947. Gold Star is still an active studio, currently called SugarHill.)
  10. @frogtwang could be Stella... 🤣
  11. I can't wait until we start taxing the crap out of the middle class to help people like Elisha Bokman. It's crazy that she can't get a loan to start her own practice. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/12/she-owes-500000-in-student-loans-giant-balances-are-on-the-rise.html
  12. They get even better in the 30s and 20s, in my opinion. Even the major labels have a much more elegant look to them. I will see what I can dig up for some more obscure labels; I know of a country tune that was done in one of the Houston based studios as a candidate for #46. There were a lot of blues recorded in San Antonio, Houston and Dallas through the next 10 or so, too.
  13. Going to the Purdue game? Registration deadline for the Alumni Association trip is July 31! https://book.anthonytravel.com/r/tcu-horned-frogs-football/tcu-19-football-at-purdue-land-package-pkg-6664 The Ultimate Horned Frogs Football Experience! Game Ticket is not included in the package. To purchase game tickets please visit GoFrogs.com Travel Package Inclusions: 3 Nights Hotel Accommodations at The Westin Michigan Ave Stay in the ideal location on the Magnificent Mile with plenty of attractions and dining steps away from your hotel! Check In: Thursday, September 12 Check Out: Sunday, September 15 Welcome Event on the Spirit of Chicago Start the weekend with the Official TCU Alumni Association Welcome Event on the Spirit of Chicago, Thursday, September 12! Dinner buffet and beverages included. Cruise Time: 7:00- 9:30 p.m. Wrigleyville Rooftop Experience Attend the Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates game, Friday September 13 at 3:05 p.m. Reserved rooftop seating overlooking left field. Ballpark fare, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages included Official TCU Alumni Tailgate Admission Join us at the Official TCU Alumni Association Hospitality Tailgate! Includes entertainment, meal and fun for everyone! Gameday Transportation Round-trip bus transportation between the hotel and Ross-Ade Stadium. Welcome Event Transportation Guests will be provided round-trip transportation from your hotel and the Navy Pier where you will board the Spirit of Chicago. Bus will be departing from the hotel at 6:00 p.m. Commemorative Souvenir Your official souvenir to get you gameday ready! Credential & Lanyard On-Site Experiences Anthony Travel Tour Director Dedicated Anthony Travel staff members will be on site and available for every step of the trip! All Taxes and Fees View Full Reservation Policies
  14. I watched one of the games ARob played in. He wasn't any worse/better than any of the other guys, really. There was one kid from Kentucky, Wenyen Gabriel, who was pretty good. I don't know why, maybe it was the camera angle, but Alex didn't look like the shortest player on the court anymore.
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  16. Vlad Brodziansky finished 2nd in scoring and rebounding for Obradoiro of the Spanish 1st division. Obradoiro, however, was only 11-23 and finished tied for 15th out of 18 teams and 1 game from being relegated.
  17. Alex Robinson saw limited action during the Summer Leagues. At the California Classic, he played 19 minutes in 2 of 3 games, with a stat line of 2 points/5 rebounds/5 assists. In Vegas he played in 3 of 5 games, a total of 36 minutes and a line of 9 points/6 rebounds/4 assists. 4 of the Kings Summer League players are on their main roster of 20, which will need to be cut to 15 for the season.
  18. You belong in the punitentiary, Jared. 🙄
  19. Does everyone have to squint (or use binoculars) to make any image out on that piddly little Baylor scoreboard?
  20. Commissioner Bowlsby announced at Big 12 Media Days that the ESPN+ arrangement will be structured as a single digital "network" entitled "Big 12 Now" which will supposedly be separate and distinct from the other ESPN+ available options, thus allowing the non-UT/OU schools the ability to claim that we have a conference "network." We'll see.
  21. I didn't see this posted; please forgive if I missed it. Our new scoreboard is slightly larger than Baylor's: https://www.frogsowar.com/2019/7/14/20693811/revivalry-is-alive-and-well-new-tcu-scoreboard-built-with-the-bears-in-mind-baylor-rhule-patterson The loge boxes, suites, and club seats being built on the stadium’s east side will be complemented by a new, improved scoreboard as well - one that will measure 108’4” wide and 48’6” high. That’s 5,500 square feet of Snackwards Cam, for those of you playing at home. While it was a foregone conclusion that the Horned Frogs would take this opportunity to upgrade a scoreboard that left something to be desired, the measurements were set with a very specific goal in mind: be bigger than the one at the school 90 miles down I-35. Baylor's video board measures in at a barely visible 107’ wide by 47’ high. The Bears’ McLane Stadium opened in 2014. Not to critique Ms. Triebwasser's math, but that puts us at a little over 5254 ft^2 compared to baptist's 5029, a little over 225 more square feet. Suck it, rapey bears!
  22. -Jantzen Witte has 8 hits across his last 4 games for Triple-A Pawtucket (Red Sox), including 3 doubles and 3 RBI. He's now hitting .280 with 6 HR, 30 RBI and a .769 OPS. -Sean Wymer picked up a W in his second straight start for Class A Lansing (Blue Jays), spreading 1 run across 6+. He's now 5-7 on the year and got his ERA down to 5.99 after it'd been at nearly 9.00 in May. -Brandon Williamson pitched a scoreless inning with 1 K in his professional debut for Short-Season A Everett (Mariners) -Jake Guenther went 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI in his last game for Rookie League Princeton (Rays), where he's now hitting .310 with 2 RBI through 8 games.
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