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    Cricket, rowing, scotch, classic cars, cigars, rugby, art, cuisine, golf, and traveling the world. Wyoming Cowboys. Denver Broncos. Los Angeles Lakers. #LarryNanceJr. #JerryBuss #BrianHill #JoshAllen #MitchUnrein #TannerGentry #JoeTiller #CraigBohl #KennySailors #ChrisLedoux

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  1. OH HELLZ YEAH!!!!!!

    Never thought I’d be seeing assists from Lebron to Larry Nance Jr.!!!!!!! YES!!!!!!!
  2. With all the success you’ve had in basketball and football recently, it’s a mystery the Big12 isn’t begging CSU to join. On the other hand, it was pretty cool to see an honorable mention for Wyoming wrestling at Allen Fieldhouse the other day. Keep those hopes high!!
  3. Someone call the National Guard

    How would one get Cam the Ram in the processing line? Asking for a friend.
  4. Week Zero 2018: Hawaii at Colorado State?

    Last year’s win isn’t accounted for in this year’s losses.
  5. Final Nod to the Josh Allen Hype Train

    Josh Allen has 'the best arm' in the draft and is still the QB for the Browns at No. 1, says Mel Kiper Jr. "He's got the best arm of anyone in this draft,'' Kiper said on his pre-NFL Scouting Combine conference call Wednesday. "He has tremendous size, he has tremendous athleticism for a big man. You saw his mobility. You go back to that Iowa game earlier in the year. You go look at the Senior Bowl, in that first half, that second quarter, his mobility there. He's just got all the physical traits you want. Athletic-prowess, he's got the will to learn, he's got great competitive desire on the football field, (Wyoming coach) Craig Bohl raves about him.'' http://www.cleveland.com/browns/index.ssf/2018/02/josh_allen_has_the_best_arm_in.html
  6. Week Zero 2018: Hawaii at Colorado State?

    A loss in conference play doesn’t put them in first place.
  7. Final Nod to the Josh Allen Hype Train

    NFL Mock Draft Vol. 2: Josh Allen a Giant? The Pre-Combine, Pre-Free Agency Projection “As always, this isn’t based on any evaluation of mine, it’s based on discussions with decision-makers and evaluators across the NFL—and four months of reporting from having done The NFL Draft Column in the fall. With that background, I put together a mock on Sunday, and vetted it with guys from eight teams. Over that time, I rearranged it three times, and finally came up with this. Enjoy!” http://amp.si.com/nfl/2018/02/21/mock-draft-sam-darnold-browns-josh-allen-giants
  8. NBA Dunk Contest - Like father, like son

    May have not won the dunk contest, but he’s still Dunk City’s MVP. Next year!
  9. ESPN host calls on Notre Dame to drop racist mascot

    So were there any Irish Mormon brigades in the civil war? I was just wondering?
  10. ESPN host calls on Notre Dame to drop racist mascot

    Speechless once again! Please quit trying to equate BYwho to Notre Dame.
  11. ESPN host calls on Notre Dame to drop racist mascot

    The “Fighting Sixty-Ninth”
  12. ESPN host calls on Notre Dame to drop racist mascot

    What would “be” do without me? In your case probably go smoke a bowl or two on Jefferson Street Park.
  13. ESPN host calls on Notre Dame to drop racist mascot

    @#1Stunner - Were there any Mormon brigades in the civil war? I know you love promoting propaganda against other religious schools. Curious on your take!!
  14. ESPN host calls on Notre Dame to drop racist mascot

    For those of you interested: WHAT’S IN A NAME? “The Fighting Irish nickname was first coined for the Irish immigrant soldiers who fought for the Union during the Civil War in what became called the Irish Brigade, including three regiments from New York. Their valor was later memorialized in the poetry of Joyce Kilmer. That’s also the Irish way: Ireland’s poetry is often better than its fighting, turning defeat into eternal glory. The University has a valid claim to the nickname because the brigade’s beloved chaplain was Rev. William Corby, C.S.C., who later became the third president of Notre Dame.” https://www.nd.edu/features/whats-in-a-name/
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