Indeed, Stan Musial was the perfect knight.
Some of today's highly (over) paid athletes could learn from gentlemen like Stan Musial.
Young athletes would do well to learn about Stan Musial, also. If you are looking for a role model Mr. Musial is your perfect choice.
A professional, a winner and a gentleman. The athletic world, indeed, the entire world misses him already.
posted by agwaurora at 10:31 AM on January 20
Here we go again.
Professional sports and players who our kids should emulate???
Not my kids.
Brown should be suspended forever. And so should others of his ilk.
posted by agwaurora at 10:44 PM on December 29
A boring game.
posted by agwaurora at 10:41 AM on July 11
Who really cares?
He's a good basketball player but he will never have the class of a Michael Jordan.
posted by agwaurora at 02:55 PM on June 22
First Suh the monster.
And now this pinhead.
If the NFL does not punish HARSHLY then I am no longer an NFL fan.
Suh should have been kicked out of professional football entirely. No salary.
This knee-deep-in-shit jerk should be gone for the season and then some. Again, no salary.
But the NFL simpletons will simply pat them on their hands and say "naughty boys"
Have any of you see the motion picture "Roller Ball"?
We may be coming the what happened in that film. Look it up!
posted by agwaurora at 01:44 PM on December 14
One more comment. Is Suh going for the "Roller Ball" effect? If you did not see the movie find it.
posted by agwaurora at 10:30 AM on November 26
Does the NFL have the guts and willingness to ban Suh from FOOTBALL ENTIRELY? Or will they merely slap his hand and say "bad little boy. you are a professional sports player and we should continue to allow you to earn unmentionable salaries"?
Do you remember some years ago when a Detroit player named Martin picked up the Bears quarterback and slammed him to the ground?
Do they grow these kind of idiots in Detroit???
Another reason I'm staying away from professional anything in sports.
posted by agwaurora at 10:21 AM on November 26
I think Mr. Asham should be rewarded by having to sit out the rest of the season (when it begins). Perhaps at the end of the season this "child" will have learned some of the elements of being a mature person.
Professional sports has its share of imbeciles. Maybe that's why us non-professional people question the financial gifts they receive.
Naturally, hockey officials will not suspend him. After all, he knows how to hit hockey pucks.... and people.
posted by agwaurora at 07:02 PM on October 15
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