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1986 Oklahoma v. Miami

BasemanBaseman Posts: 5,603
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edited May 13 in College Football Forum


1 v. 2
Boz v. Highsmith
Tillman v. Brown, Stubbs, and Blades

Play by Play: Brent Musburger
Color: Ara Parsaghian

All white players, Parsagian observed, were either “smart”, “intelligent”, “a student of game”, or “heady”
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  • Mad_SonMad_Son Posts: 5,972
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    Baseman said:


    All white players, Parsagian observed, were either “smart”, “intelligent”, “a student of game”, or “heady”

    You have to be to overcome such a physical handicap.
    dncGrundleStiltzkin
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,528
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    Baseman said:



    1 v. 2
    Boz v. Highsmith
    Tillman v. Brown, Stubbs, and Blades

    Play by Play: Brent Musburger
    Color: Ara Parsaghian

    All white players, Parsagian observed, were either “smart”, “intelligent”, “a student of game”, or “heady”

    Who won that game?

    "Yeah, that's right. I ain't scared of you bitch."

    Alonzo Highsmith started as a freshman and scored a touchdown against the '83 Nebraska Cornhuskers, a team that was arguably as dominant as their '95 team but for one game.

    As it turned out, he really wasn't a scurred of Boz and the Sooners.

    Ok, back to your thing about the white players.
  • BasemanBaseman Posts: 5,603
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    Baseman said:



    1 v. 2
    Boz v. Highsmith
    Tillman v. Brown, Stubbs, and Blades

    Play by Play: Brent Musburger
    Color: Ara Parsaghian

    All white players, Parsagian observed, were either “smart”, “intelligent”, “a student of game”, or “heady”

    Who won that game?

    "Yeah, that's right. I ain't scared of you bitch."

    Alonzo Highsmith started as a freshman and scored a touchdown against the '83 Nebraska Cornhuskers, a team that was arguably as dominant as their '95 team but for one game.

    As it turned out, he really wasn't a scurred of Boz and the Sooners.

    Ok, back to your thing about the white players.
    Parsaigan died last year but anyways
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 6,528
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    Baseman said:

    Baseman said:



    1 v. 2
    Boz v. Highsmith
    Tillman v. Brown, Stubbs, and Blades

    Play by Play: Brent Musburger
    Color: Ara Parsaghian

    All white players, Parsagian observed, were either “smart”, “intelligent”, “a student of game”, or “heady”

    Who won that game?

    "Yeah, that's right. I ain't scared of you bitch."

    Alonzo Highsmith started as a freshman and scored a touchdown against the '83 Nebraska Cornhuskers, a team that was arguably as dominant as their '95 team but for one game.

    As it turned out, he really wasn't a scurred of Boz and the Sooners.

    Ok, back to your thing about the white players.
    Parsaigan died last year but anyways
    Who's Parsaigan? Does he poast here?
    longduckdong
  • BasemanBaseman Posts: 5,603
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    Baseman said:

    Baseman said:



    1 v. 2
    Boz v. Highsmith
    Tillman v. Brown, Stubbs, and Blades

    Play by Play: Brent Musburger
    Color: Ara Parsaghian

    All white players, Parsagian observed, were either “smart”, “intelligent”, “a student of game”, or “heady”

    Who won that game?

    "Yeah, that's right. I ain't scared of you bitch."

    Alonzo Highsmith started as a freshman and scored a touchdown against the '83 Nebraska Cornhuskers, a team that was arguably as dominant as their '95 team but for one game.

    As it turned out, he really wasn't a scurred of Boz and the Sooners.

    Ok, back to your thing about the white players.
    Parsaigan died last year but anyways
    Who's Parsaigan? Does he poast here?
    He did. Thanks for noticing
  • GladstoneGladstone Posts: 12,719
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    I didn't realize Ara retired in his 50s, he could have kept going for 20+ years but said the stress was killing him lol.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 30,593
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    Gladstone said:

    I didn't realize Ara retired in his 50s, he could have kept going for 20+ years but said the stress was killing him lol.

    10 years at a ND or SC or Bama is 20 years anywhere else. You only get ten years by winning big then you have to keep it up and "it's hard"

    Bud Wilkinson at OU in the 50's won 47 in a row and lasted about ten years. McKay, Caroll the same at SC. Bear Bryant coached forever but that was back in the day down south

    Saban just passed 10 years. Interesting to see how long he stays
    creepycoug
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