Sure, he's got his 11 Gold Medals and his 18 months on probation for a DUI, but he ain't got nothing on me. I challenge you guys to a DBD-Off and have brow beat all of you into submission such that I can post it up AFTER I get back from Court and you still haven't challenged me.
This is almost too easy, people. Where's the challenge? Where's the fight?? I don't do it for the big money contracts. I don't do it for the Bear Dump groupies (hi, Maharg!). I do it for the love of the Bear Dump. For the challenge.
But this is no challenge. You guys have to bring it. Nothing has been broughten so far. Nothing. Having had broughten nothing, how am I to respect you?
Embarrassing how easy I have destroyed all of you. Embarrassing. I'll keep this short, since I now, in theory, should work.
Another day of fall camp.
BERKELEY - While continuing to focus on situational exercises, the University of California football team held a two-plus hour practice in full pads on Tuesday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
The situational drill which created the most energy on the field was a goal-line situation with crowd noise being pumped into the stadium. Redshirt freshman Shane Vereen and sophomore Tracy Slocum both scored touchdowns in the drill, while the defense also had highlights, including a stop in the backfield by sophomore Keith Browner.
"I like that both sides had success and it was very competitive," head coach Jeff Tedford said of the drill. "There were a couple walk-ins, but for the most part it was very competitive down there. There was a lot of energy, excitement and good hitting. It was a good drill. I think the kids were really pumped up for it."
Tedford was also asked about the performance of the quarterbacks - all four of whom had highlights on the day. Sophomore Kevin Riley had a nice hook-up with redshirt freshman Michael Calvin in 11-on-11 action and then lofted a perfect pass to the corner of the end zone for a leaping Calvin in a red-zone situation. Senior Nate Longshore had solid connections with senior Drew Glover and a pair of tight ends - junior Tad Smith and freshman Anthony Miller, while in red-zone action, he found senior LaReylle Cunningham for a TD in the corner.
"I thought all of the decisions [by the quarterbacks today] were pretty good," head coach Jeff Tedford said. "One of the receivers should have got out of bounds with eight seconds to play so we could get a time out, that was not good."
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Stop embarrassing yourself, people. That's what Olsonist is for. He embarrasses himself enough for the all of us.
Dump away! Go Bears!