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  • #151 by ICEman on 24 Mar 2013
  • SEC D-Coordinators will take good care of aTm's Herr Manziel.
  • #152 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • That gives him an excuse to shove a GA?

    Didn't say that Jack Monkey now did I, what I did do was support a "Apparently" with a in context supporting article of fact, something that escaped you.

    If that happened at a Arkansas scrimmage most here would be lauding a legit "reason" not a excuse for a improper  taunt of a GA..
  • #153 by tlmack on 24 Mar 2013
  • If Mallett had done that some on here would say they like his"swagger!"
  • #154 by (notOM)Rebel123 on 24 Mar 2013
  • Boy, Johnny Football vs. Trooper Taylor would make for some great TV.
  • #155 by texas tush hog on 24 Mar 2013
  • SEC D-Coordinators will take good care of aTm's Herr Manziel.

    They tried last year, how did that work out.
  • #156 by (notOM)Rebel123 on 24 Mar 2013
  • They tried last year, how did that work out.

    aTm finished 6-2 in league play. 3rd in the West. Worked out well for UF & LSU who both beat aTm at College Station. Not to mention 'Bama seemed to rebound nicely.
  • #157 by Steef on 24 Mar 2013
  • If he acts like a primary Donna to those in his own colors, it will affect the team eventually.
  • #158 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • If he acts like a primary Donna to those in his own colors, it will affect the team eventually.

    What's a primary Donna? 
  • #159 by hamsam on 24 Mar 2013
  • Johnny Punk!!!
  • #160 by Steef on 24 Mar 2013
  • What's a primary Donna?

    LOL. An android typo.
  • #161 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • LOL. An android typo.

    Ok just pulling the chain a little, LoL thought I was in the politics forum again.
  • #162 by (notOM)Rebel123 on 24 Mar 2013
  • Johnny Punk!!!

    2000 posts & a cool avatar. +1
  • #163 by Steef on 24 Mar 2013
  • Ok just pulling the chain a little, LoL thought I was in the politics forum again.

    Chuckle #2. Yeah, they don't let me out much. Might scare the kids.
  • #164 by LRRandy on 24 Mar 2013
  • What's a primary Donna?
    the main Donna.
  • #165 by (notOM)Rebel123 on 24 Mar 2013
  • the main Donna.

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  • #166 by Steef on 24 Mar 2013
  • She's number one for sure.

    Envy of all the backup Donna's.
  • #167 by hamsam on 24 Mar 2013
  • 2000 posts & a cool avatar. +1
    Ha! I didn't even notice the post count or I may have tried to make it a little more meaningful post. Hey, it only took me close to 8 years to reach that level. Thanks for the +1... Those are rare for me. Back at ya for your avatar!
  • #168 by PorkSoda on 24 Mar 2013
  • gotta have secondary donnas in place if the primary donna fails
  • #169 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • She's number one for sure.

    Envy of all the backup Donna's.

    Yep the Primary for sure!! WoW sure miss some of the "old" not as far back as Root66 tho...
  • #170 by Ched "UglyUncle" Carpenter on 24 Mar 2013
  • So you have a GA that works with the defense standing along the sidelines.  Johnny has the ball intercepted and the GA jumps and yells, "Yeah baby, nice play" to his boy that just made a nice break on the ball and little Johnny shoves him.

    Make him run until he pukes.  Cannot lose his composure like that.
  • #171 by Murr on 24 Mar 2013
  • So you have a GA that works with the defense standing along the sidelines.  Johnny has the ball intercepted and the GA jumps and yells, "Yeah baby, nice play" to his boy that just made a nice break on the ball and little Johnny shoves him.

    Make him run until he pukes.  Cannot lose his composure like that.

    Agree.  Head coach has to keep him in check.


    I'm just curious if any NFL team will intensionally tank the season to get first crack at drafting him or dealing the pick away for a huge ransom.
  • #172 by hoggusamoungus on 24 Mar 2013
  • #173 by McHogLovin on 24 Mar 2013
  • Agree.  Head coach has to keep him in check.


    I'm just curious if any NFL team will intensionally tank the season to get first crack at drafting him or dealing the pick away for a huge ransom.

    I'm not even sure he's a 1st round player.  He sure as heck isn't worth tanking your season over.  Clowney is a different story.  Of course the Chiefs have to have the 1st pick this year when there isn't a real guarantee out there.  Makes me sick knowing next year we could have picked up the cornerstone to the franchise. 
    • McHogLovin
  • #174 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • So you have a GA that works with the defense standing along the sidelines.  Johnny has the ball intercepted and the GA jumps and yells, "Yeah baby, nice play" to his boy that just made a nice break on the ball and little Johnny shoves him.

    Make him run until he pukes.  Cannot lose his composure like that.

    Pure fiction writing there...
  • #175 by Murr on 24 Mar 2013
  • I'm not even sure he's a 1st round player.  He sure as heck isn't worth tanking your season over.  Clowney is a different story.  Of course the Chiefs have to have the 1st pick this year when there isn't a real guarantee out there.  Makes me sick knowing next year we could have picked up the cornerstone to the franchise.

    Andy Reid has a lot of work to do.  He had Vick and McNugget, two mobile/running QB's, long before the pistal became hot.  Reid will build his team by grabbing the best available fits he can find.  The following year, they'll probably still have a high pick and can use that to go after Clowney, Johnny Tootball or some other cornerstone for the franchise.
  • #176 by ZERO on 24 Mar 2013
  • I'm not even sure he's a 1st round player.  He sure as heck isn't worth tanking your season over.  Clowney is a different story.  Of course the Chiefs have to have the 1st pick this year when there isn't a real guarantee out there.  Makes me sick knowing next year we could have picked up the cornerstone to the franchise.

    I'm sorry man. Cursed with being a Hog and Chiefs fan. You might as well get "There's always next year." tattooed somewhere.
  • #177 by Ched "UglyUncle" Carpenter on 24 Mar 2013
  • Pure fiction writing there...

    I just repeated what was in the article. 

    That is what happened.
  • #178 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • I just repeated what was in the article. 

    That is what happened.

    You need some new glasses or reading comprehension  maybe open eyes, the article said  "A graduate assistant who works with the defense celebrated within inches of the irate quarterback,

    No where did the article state what was said by the GA

    Pure fiction on your part and I would expect more from a mod and media person, epic fail on both counts IMO on credibility. Pure fiction..

    People that major in minor things, another reason for closed practices. shoving and heated verbal exchanges with coaches, players are common place in spring football all across the country even at Arkansas, if they ran All of them till they puked wouldn't be much time for anything else some days and the safety and health people would have a field day...

  • #179 by HogHomer on 24 Mar 2013
  • Shoving a fellow player is understandable shoving a coach is not acceptable under any circumstance
  • #180 by deshahawg on 24 Mar 2013
  • He has to be living the life. I would imagine that there are very few rules that apply to him. He isn't even taking classes on campus. All of his classes are online classes. There is no doubt in my mind that he isn't actually taking a single class.
  • #181 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • Shoving a fellow player is understandable shoving a coach is not acceptable under any circumstance

    That's YOUR opinion, the event is open to interpretation if you wasn't there and heard and saw the act yourself, much ado about nothing.... IMO and it was a GA could be a 21 year old smart mouth for all we know, maybe maybe not...
  • #182 by Cresthog on 24 Mar 2013
  • Johnny [CENSORED] bag.

    I have zero patience or care for anyone who thinks he is "cool" or says crap like "I gotta respect him".

    He's the epitome of douchiness and is perfect for the poop pushing A&M fan base.
    • Cresthog
  • #183 by Danny J on 24 Mar 2013
  • This is setting up to be a great 30 for 30 in about 20 years.X
  • #184 by Ched "UglyUncle" Carpenter on 24 Mar 2013
  • You need some new glasses or reading comprehension  maybe open eyes, the article said  "A graduate assistant who works with the defense celebrated within inches of the irate quarterback,

    No where did the article state what was said by the GA

    Pure fiction on your part and I would expect more from a mod and media person, epic fail on both counts IMO on credibility. Pure fiction..

    People that major in minor things, another reason for closed practices. shoving and heated verbal exchanges with coaches, players are common place in spring football all across the country even at Arkansas, if they ran All of them till they puked wouldn't be much time for anything else some days and the safety and health people would have a field day...



    You actually have no idea what you are talking about.

    The play was on the sidelines.  Coaches aren't usually running around right next to the qb or any other player while the action is happening.  So, again, the GA was on the sidelines.  It wasn't like he was in Little Johnny's space.

    Secondly, whatever happens good or bad, as soon as the play is over every coach and every GA starts yelling.  They are celebrating, coaching, cursing, directing on every single play.  When the defense wins on a play there is always cheers of, "Atta boy" or "Yeah baby."

    Thirdly, in ALL of my years of covering practice I have NEVER seen a player shove a coach, a GA or even a manager.  Not under HdN, and for sure not under BP did that EVER happen. 

    Finally, if you allow the "star" to do that then it is more difficult to deal with the rest of the team.  I saw Mallett, Tyler and Cobi get yelled at and made to run more than any of the others.

    Fortunately my expectations of you were much lower than yours for me.
  • #185 by grayhawg on 24 Mar 2013
  • I hope Johnny crashes and burns without being injured.
  • #186 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • You actually have no idea what you are talking about.

    The play was on the sidelines.  Coaches aren't usually running around right next to the qb or any other player while the action is happening.  So, again, the GA was on the sidelines.  It wasn't like he was in Little Johnny's space.

    Secondly, whatever happens good or bad, as soon as the play is over every coach and every GA starts yelling.  They are celebrating, coaching, cursing, directing on every single play.  When the defense wins on a play there is always cheers of, "Atta boy" or "Yeah baby."

    Thirdly, in ALL of my years of covering practice I have NEVER seen a player shove a coach, a GA or even a manager.  Not under HdN, and for sure not under BP did that EVER happen. 

    Finally, if you allow the "star" to do that then it is more difficult to deal with the rest of the team.  I saw Mallett, Tyler and Cobi get yelled at and made to run more than any of the others.

    Fortunately my expectations of you were much lower than yours for me.

    Geez are you that simple and incapable of saying your wrong You are still making stuff up, you wasn't there and I quoted the article and the article alone your making stuff up again Fact within inches of the irate quarterback the ARTICLE didn't say it was on the sideline or say what exactly the GA said that's pure fiction on your part!!!

    You have haven't been to ALL practices at Arkansas or at other schools Geez get a grip.. Do you really believe that's the first time something like that has happened, really? Much ado about nothing!! The Easter Bunny is headed your way and all things will be better. 
  • #187 by Ched "UglyUncle" Carpenter on 24 Mar 2013
  • Geez are you that simple and incapable of saying your wrong You are still making stuff up, you wasn't there and I quoted the article and the article alone your making stuff up again Fact within inches of the irate quarterback the ARTICLE didn't say it was on the sideline or say what exactly the GA said that's pure fiction on your part!!!

    You have haven't been to ALL practices at Arkansas or at other schools Geez get a grip.. Do you really believe that's the first time something like that has happened, really? Much ado about nothing!!

    Yeah bro., the article did actually say it was along the sidelines.  The right sidelines to be exact.

  • #188 by SouthSide Johnny on 24 Mar 2013
  • Yeah bro., the article did actually say it was along the sidelines.  The right sidelines to be exact.



    Ok your right about that I re read along the right sideline, there now that wasn't soo hard now was it, the rest is pure speculation on your par tho.....
  • #189 by TOM "tbw1" on 24 Mar 2013
  • Geez are you that simple and incapable of saying your wrong You are still making stuff up, you wasn't there and I quoted the article and the article alone your making stuff up again Fact within inches of the irate quarterback the ARTICLE didn't say it was on the sideline or say what exactly the GA said that's pure fiction on your part!!!

    You have haven't been to ALL practices at Arkansas or at other schools Geez get a grip.. Do you really believe that's the first time something like that has happened, really? Much ado about nothing!! The Easter Bunny is headed your way and all things will be better. 

    I would only say that if he shoved a GA and has gotten than thin-skinned, he is in for a very long season.  You have to act like you have been there before.
  • #190 by tusksincolorado on 24 Mar 2013
  • You need some new glasses or reading comprehension  maybe open eyes, the article said  "A graduate assistant who works with the defense celebrated within inches of the irate quarterback,

    No where did the article state what was said by the GA

    Pure fiction on your part and I would expect more from a mod and media person, epic fail on both counts IMO on credibility. Pure fiction..

    People that major in minor things, another reason for closed practices. shoving and heated verbal exchanges with coaches, players are common place in spring football all across the country even at Arkansas, if they ran All of them till they puked wouldn't be much time for anything else some days and the safety and health people would have a field day...



    And do you really believe what a San Antonio Newspaper Aggie Beat Writer wrote?

  • #191 by Fayettechill14 on 24 Mar 2013
  • I hope Chris Smith absolutely levels him with a sack on the first play from scrimmage when we play them. He'll probably torch us for 350 yards and 100 rushing, but it will feel good to drill him.
  • #192 by oldbear on 24 Mar 2013
  • There is no excuse for shoving a coach whether it is a GA or anyone else. That is my opinion and that of pretty much everyone that ever played the game. I dont have three thought of Manziel. If he shoved a coach , then he needs to run until he pukes his guts up and then run some more. A team can't go there.
  • #193 by newera08 on 24 Mar 2013
  • Okay, who pissed in SSJ's Cheerio's? Or is that pure fiction as well...
    • newera08
  • #194 by McHogLovin on 24 Mar 2013
  • I'm sorry man. Cursed with being a Hog and Chiefs fan. You might as well get "There's always next year." tattooed somewhere.

    No doubt.  I'm a freaking Cubs fan on top of all that.  My sports life is a rough one. 
    • McHogLovin
  • #195 by FrozenHam on 24 Mar 2013
  • No doubt.  I'm a freaking Cubs fan on top of all that.  My sports life is a rough one.

    +1  I feel your pain.  Razorback football used to provide a nice salve for long tortuous summers of losing at Wrigley.  Someone will start winning soon!  I am excited to see the Hogs sweep the Gamecocks this weekend.
  • #196 by McHogLovin on 24 Mar 2013
  • +1  I feel your pain.  Razorback football used to provide a nice salve for long tortuous summers of losing at Wrigley.  Someone will start winning soon!  I am excited to see the Hogs sweep the Gamecocks this weekend.

    You're just lucky I don't follow Razorback baseball my friend.
    • McHogLovin
  • #197 by Murr on 24 Mar 2013
  • No doubt.  I'm a freaking Cubs fan on top of all that.  My sports life is a rough one.

    A former co-worker of mine from Florida, who is a huge Cubs fan, told me "What does the World Series and gay bears have in common?  Neither of them will have cubs."

    Atleast he's in good spirits about it.
  • #198 by Vantage 8 dude on 24 Mar 2013
  • Guy will still get it done if his line protects at all.  He's an enigma like MJ was, but better.
    We'll see starting this next season. A ton of hype to relive up to this coming season and beyond.
  • #199 by uncle bubs on 25 Mar 2013
  • If Mallett had done that some on here would say they like his"swagger!"
    Yep.
  • #200 by airplanehog on 25 Mar 2013
  • I hope Chris Smith absolutely levels him with a sack on the first play from scrimmage when we play them. He'll probably torch us for 350 yards and 100 rushing, but it will feel good to drill him.

    I just hope there is a highlight hit on Johnny Football in every single game this upcoming year, its just too bad the aggies dont play against SC next year otherwise clowney could do a remake of that hit on the Michigan running back, the we'll see how well he can scramble the rest of the game.
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