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I work with a tater, who just started his first semester at the esteemed Tri County tech, as part of the heavily accredited bridge program.
I had been a good sport, and had not said a word about the 4th installment of our beating of the heavily over-rated school to our north. Yesterday, he tells me that "if the refs hadn't called that pass interference on us in the 4th Qtr, we( the taters ) would have won." I had to explain to him that Dylan threw a pick in the endzone on that drive, thus the call had no impact on the game. Then, he starts asking me when the last time we had a 'good QB' was. I said that we have 2 good ones now. He said "Connor Shaw will never play in the NFL". I told him I agreed with that, but playing in the NFL is not my measure of a good college QB. He then proceeds to tell me that tater tasha boyd will be a pro-bowler in his second year in the league. He starts with some crap about how similar tasha and RG3 are, except tasha has a much stronger arm. He tells me that he has seen tasha and Potkins practicing at 2am, and he saw tasha throw the ball from end zone to end zone. He said he can throw the ball over 100 yds.
I was too overwhelmed and in awe of the crap that was coming out of his mouth to say anything. Then, he shows me an 8' x 10' photo of the dabo himself, where dabo wrote him some words of inspiration on the photo. I could only start giggling like a 6 yr old girl. taters are kind of entertaining.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by steve miller 16 months ago
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
When he said that Tasha threw a "ball" 100 yards he meant an 8 ball. Sammy would never drop that.
Curious how he knew to show up at 2am to watch them practice?
This post was edited by earnyourSPURS 16 months ago
''fair is not getting them same as everybody else, fair is getting what you need to succeed."
Even Garcia owned them.
This post was edited by lmtpao 16 months ago
I spoke with the younger Kieboom boy yesterday at LA Fitness, and he flat out stated that Boyd would never make it in the NFL. He is too short and not smart. A tater guy that worked at the North GA Premium Outlets Nike store echoed the same opinion of Vajh on Saturday.
If Boyd and Speed Weed Potkins were up together at 2 am on a field, they were probably not throwing footballs and the smoke-like "visible breath" was not due to cold weather outside.
100 yards. Damn Uncle Rico is that you?
Party at the moontower!
I have no doubt he was lying about seeing them practicing at 2 am.
tasha will never take a snap in a regular season game in the NFL. He is a junior, and still cannot get past 1 read. Ward said as much after the game. He said: "on film, we noticed that tasha will take off if his first read is not there." All we did is double Potkins and Dropkins, and tasha freaked out like a dang meth-head. He will NEVER make it in the NFL.
100 yard throw. That is very Dabo-ish of him. Didn't Sammy run a 4.1/40 a couple years back?
He wants to know when the last time we had a good QB? I'd say Dylan Thompson.
First word of post is "dillusions". Then post takes jab at Tri County Tech education. Wow. How sad.
Actually, we diluted the taters pretty effectively.
This post was edited by blessedcock 16 months ago
Agree with you there
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