Posted by: marcmwm | March 5, 2009

Spring ahead (links made easy)

Here are the look ahead posts I’ve been doing since the end of the Outback Bowl, all in one convenient link.

Stanzi’s offense

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/01/05/stanzis-offense/

Jewel and Brinson on the clock

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/01/11/jewel-brinson-on-the-clock/

Vandervelde, last man standing on the inside

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/01/07/vandervelde-last-man-standing/

Who’s in at wideout (and tight end)?

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/01/17/whos-in-at-wide-out-and-tight-end/

Clayborn, Ballard and . . .

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/02/01/clayborn-ballard-and/

Crazy with linebackers

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/02/17/crazy-with-linebackers/

Bright future in secondary

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/02/23/bright-future-in-the-secondary/

How will Murray, Mossbrucker work?

https://marcmwm.wordpress.com/2009/03/01/how-will-murray-mossbrucker-work/

outback_bowl_more_2 by crgazette.

Iowa’s Mitch King high-fives Hawkeye fans after the Hawkeyes beat the South Carolina Gamecocks in the Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium on Thursday, Jan. 1, 2009, in Tampa, Fla. Iowa won, 31-10. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) 
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Responses

  1. Spring ahead, well done. It’s funny, living in Indy they just started daylight savings when we moved here 3 years ago and people are still goofy about it.

    If I can get used to mullets and no teeth than they can learn to deal with daylight savings.

  2. I prefer Mountain time.

    I saw a show on HBO “Thunder Cars” or some such. It was about stock car racing and the culture that surrounds it in a town in Indiana. Interesting show. These people are losing jobs tied to the auto industry, but they’re still scratching out some fun at the track.

  3. Thunder Cars of Indiana is hysterical. A buddy of mine in Sacramento sent that to me as we don’t have HBO.

    Anderson, Indiana is a depressed place and based on the stars of the doc. you see what I mean about mullets and no teeth.

    The hoosier natives didn’t find the humor in that that us transplants did, can’t figure that out?


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