|Posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 - 07:50 am: |
A beautiful day for a football game! I was really struck by the defense, they're picking up right where they left off against Florida. In particular, the sophomore kid at DT looks like he could be a player. The Trojans never really had a chance on offense. Considering how good they are -- their QB is a can't-miss NFL prospect -- the Dawgs' defense deserves some credit.
As we discussed last year, the OC tends to throw the ball too much rather than establishing and sticking to the ground game. That's especially true considering the great talent we have carrying the ball. This guy is a Doak Walker Award candidate for sure. I would not be surprised to see the OC move on after this season in favor of somebody who better understands Husky football. I'm concerned that the receivers are too small to be effective blockers. Some of the young OL looked pretty good. In particular the kid at tackle has some potential. The center... well, maybe he can find a career as a sportscaster or something. He'll be okay.
Anyway, a great way to get the Pac-10 season started after two mediocre performances. Based on this, I have high hopes for this team -- Holiday Bowl is a minimum, and I think the Rose Bowl is a real possibility, especially now that we've got the edge on USC.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 - 09:23 am: |
Guess who's back? That's right it's BERT WINTHROP HUSKY LEGEND! FUCK YOU DJOHNSON! YOU ASK ME BEFORE YOU POST HERE!
|Posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 - 05:45 pm: |
Why out of the blue did you post this Djohnson? Are you really that bored?
Should we post like we just saw the whammy in miami or after the two Nebraska wins?
Jesus your a retard sometimes.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 - 07:54 am: |
Bored? I'm thrilled! This is the beginning of good things for the Huskies.
By the way, genius, if your going to call someone a retard, your much better off if you get you're "your"s and you're "you're"s straight. Maybe better to just lay off the personal insults all together, huh?
My point, really, is that UWTV (channel 27) is showing classic Husky games every Monday at 7:00. Next week is 1991 versus Cal -- by far the closest call that year.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 - 10:34 am: |
That young QB Mark Brunell(?) is a good runner, but he's got a long way to go if he's ever going to be a real quarterback. He sprayed the ball all over the field, should have been picked a few more times than he was, and got the benefit of some great plays from his receivers and a long catch and run by Lewis. He'd look great at safety, though. Maybe running back, even. I just don't think he's got the skills to ever get to the NFL, and even if he does, he'll be a backup and out of the league in no time.
Doak Walker Award? There's no such thing, officially, yet. There are rumblings about creating one for the end of this season, but you know how rumors go....
Speaking of rumors, does it look like USC's QB might be on drugs?
Man, it was hot.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 - 11:15 am: |
I didn't mean to jump the gun on that Doak Walker thing. I'm thinking of starting just such an award, and I'm probably going to award it either to Greg Lewis or Franco Harris, I'm undecided.
Regarding USC's quarterback, I heard he gorged himself on Quarter Pounders before the game and was feeling the effects. Personally, I think an athlete should completely stay away from that kind of stuff, but what are you gonna do. He's a kid, and he doesn't realize how bad diet can hurt his performance. He'll have plenty of time to figure that out in the pros.
I think it's "Bruner." I assume he'll be moved to safety once the young freshman from Puyallup gets his sea legs. On the other hand, I saw him on the sidelines and it's possible they've already moved that kid to linebacker -- he had on high-tops and a neck roll. Why would they do that? Don't we need at least two QBs who can play? Maybe Coach James is starting to slip. Hopefully Mike Lude has a plan in place to replace him after this year so all these great young recruits are not wasted on the declining years of an over-the-hill coach's career.
It was hot, you're right. My nose is a little burned, but fortunately I have a thick, full head of hair, which protected my scalp from the sun's harmful UV rays. Thank God for small favors.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 - 06:41 pm: |
Any thread that has just Dipshit Johnson and Sunfagger has to be the most boring thread of all time.
I wish we had this Husky channel down in South West Washington. Yet another reason for me to move.
|Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2010 - 01:00 am: |
Better yet for all of us, why don't you just move a little futher south across the Columbia into hippy land - you will fit in very well down there.
|Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2010 - 12:50 pm: |
Fuckin' hippy land is on both sides of the Columbia these days.
|Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2010 - 03:31 pm: |
Djohnson, you're really way off the edge on this one. Get out of the past and into the future. Stop hanging on 20 year old glory. Isn't that what Duck fan always makes fun of us for? That's totally pathetic, you and Sunfaggit are lost beyond the sands of sanity.
If we want to talk about classic Husky football then we need to be talking about BERT WINTHROP.....HUSKY LEGEND!
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|Posted on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 - 10:29 pm: |
Rick,I have results for the 1910, '11 and '12 Old Orchard Beach races but there is no rncirdoeg of the gentleman's name you mentioned. However, an S.P.O. driven by Howard Plimpton finished 3rd in a 50 Mile race at Old Orchard Beach on July 5th, 1912. I also have Hungarian racer Jean Juhasz finishing 3rd at Brighton Beach, NY. on the 4th July, 1911. Infact i have him racing an S.P.O. at a handfull of races from 1908 including his wreck in the Light Car Race at Savannah 1908.My list is relatively old but if you are interested i suggest you purchase a copy of The Record Book' from Racemaker Press.
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|Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2012 - 10:25 am: |
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|Posted on Friday, June 07, 2013 - 12:15 pm: |
Blasdale family I'm the deauhtgr of Jean and Herbert Halsey Blasdale, born in Berkeley, CA in 1953. My mother was in contact with Christopher Blasdale a couple of years ago, and learned that he was putting together a book about the Blasdale family genealogy. She hasn't been able to keep in touch with him (she has no access to the Internet) but is curious to find out what has happened to the project.My father, Herbert Halsey Blasdale, was born in Berkeley, California on August 8, 1910.My grandfather was Walter Blasdale.My great grandfather was Charles Blasdale.At the moment, I am on vacation with my mother so I do not have access to the genealogical data she has put together or I would be able to give you more information.Any response would be great!Thanks!Janice Blasdale Davenport LynnwoodWAUSAPosted Tuesday, September 23 2003