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September 9, 2006

Football justice

Ohio State Buckeyes    24          Texas Longhorns    7

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Payback is a B&%@#!!!!!!

Posted by: SPD | Sep 10, 2006 12:18:03 AM

Congrats to OSU. That was an ass-whuppin'.

That said, what a difference one arrested cornerback makes, huh? When he's 6'5", 205 pounds and fast as a deer, you notice when he's missing. (Free Tarell Brown!)

Sigh. Well, we had our year at Texas. Maybe this is the Buckeyes' year. Suerte!

Posted by: Gritsforbreakfast | Sep 10, 2006 10:16:32 AM

Every wonder why the past two editions of the Sentencing Guidelines was Burnt Orange with white lettering, and the next one the opposite (White with Burnt Orange lettering)?

Check out who the Chair of the Guideline's Commission Manual was for those editions - and look to see where he went to school.

Posted by: Deuce | Sep 12, 2006 2:02:15 AM

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