Well, it's more about what I can do for you, Sean. I want to give you a little advice for the Super Bowl.
Great! As you know, I used to coach for the Baltimore Ravens, so I have a soft spot for you guys. Got a little dusty in here when I saw that Ogden was voted into the Hall of Fame the other day.
Pish and tosh, Sean. Carrier pigeons have served mankind well for hundreds of years with no complaints. Maybe when your text whatchamacallits and your cellular thingamajigs have been around for that long, then I'll trust them a little more.
I've been annoyed with him ever since he was quarterbacking Bo's Wolverine teams back in the '80s. Did you know that in '85 that little shit-stain whined so much about how much noise the Iowa fans were making that they actually called a penalty on us?
No lie. Lemme tell you, Hayden was pissed about that. Oh boy, was he ever pissed. If Rob hadn't made that kick to win the game, I'm pretty sure Hayden would have stormed across the sideline and socked Jim right in his stupid little whine-hole.
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THE NEXT DAY
It's late in the fourth quarter and Baltimore has a 34-29 lead. With just under a minute to go, the Ravens fail to obtain a first down after a run on third down. The Ravens line up to punt, milking the clock down as far as possible.
Keen insight, partner! And now Koch has been pushed out of bounds by the 49ers, and it's a safety! An intentional safety! Oh my! The 49ers will get the ball back down just three points, but with only seconds remaining in the game!
Congrats to Sean Considine and Marshal Yanda for winning the Super Bowl last night. They helped the Baltimore Ravens become the third-straight team to win the Super Bowl with the help of a Hawkeye (or two) on the roster. Last year, the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants had Tyler Sash and the year before that the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers had Bryan Bulaga. The lesson? Draft a Hawkeye if you want to win the Super Bowl, of course.