Tag Archives: what did he say?

Len Elmore: “What Jon Henson lacks in girth, he makes up for in length”

February 14, 2010


It was a UNC love fest all afternoon during Saturday’s N.C. State-North Carolina match-up, and Elmore made sure nobody questioned the slight appearance of the next honored jersey at UNC…

Elmore made the observation, verbatim, “what John Henson lacks in girth, he makes up for in length.”

Insecure Elmore?

I should hope so Len.

Lengthy John Henson

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9 inches of snow, and 9 inches of…wait…WTF?

January 26, 2010


Ahhhh, the Interwebs. How I love ye so. Always keeping me on my toes, always keeping me in the know (however late to the game I am sometimes).

I suppose I should preface this video with a bit of a confession. There’s only 3 things in this world that I’m immediately and categorically, albeit irrationally, suspicious of: mimes, midgets (or “little people,” apparently, according to the flood of emails we’ve received recently); and weathermen. Then again, maybe I’m on to something…

Thanks to DBJ for the tip, so to speak…

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College Football Coach Has Some Advice For Sports Bloggers…

January 8, 2010

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“Put your real name on the blawwg!”  These words, these videos, or perhaps the sound of them, are permanently etched upon my ear drums, Frumpsters.  Seriously.  At first I wondered why I’d never come across this hilarity, but then I remembered that David Bennett is the head coach of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers.  What’s a Chanticleer, you ask?  Yeah, I asked the same thing.

The first Google result was for an all male chorus billing themselves as “An Orchestra of Voices,” but I figured that was probably a mistake.  So I went to Coastal Carolina’s about page and found that a Chanticleer is actually “a proud and fierce rooster that dominates the barnyard.”

Fitting, in a groundbreaking manner, in fact, which we explore a bit more after the Frump.  There’s also another choice cut of Bennett discussing why the Chanticleers chose to fly up to Ohio on the day of the game (instead of the day before) for this year’s season opener against Kent.  Trust us, it’s worth it…


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