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  • 2018 Pittsburgh Steelers Thread

    =>You Stiller fans, lemme here you sing, "Here we go Brownies...Here we go."
    Re6H5wkBash_Riprock
  • Deland McCullough

    In this whole Star Wars scenario, Tod = Greedo
    =>Jabba.  I am fat.
    redhawk11Re6H5wk
  • Deland McCullough

    Just came across a E60 doc about Deland looking for his biological parents. Anyone else see it?


    =>McCullough, II signing today got me thinking about this story.  This story is eerily similar to Luke/Vader no (minus the cutting off the hands bit)?

    Who's Obi Wan in this scenario?


    =>That's easy!  There was a guy who played with Sherman Smith in his youth and coached a young Deland McCullough.  

    His name is Randy Walker.


    Total BS. Dick Krum is Obi Wan.
    =>Dick Krum never mentored Luke or fought in the trenches with Anakin.  Unlike Walker, Krum has yet to become a force ghost.
    redhawk11AORedHawk33
  • Deland McCullough

    Just came across a E60 doc about Deland looking for his biological parents. Anyone else see it?


    =>McCullough, II signing today got me thinking about this story.  This story is eerily similar to Luke/Vader no (minus the cutting off the hands bit)?

    Who's Obi Wan in this scenario?
    =>That's easy!  There was a guy who played with Sherman Smith in his youth and coached a young Deland McCullough.  

    His name was Randy Walker.  He is a force ghost now.
    thechuck_2112
  • Buffalo v Syracuse

    Even if they lose to Marquette, if Buffalo wins the MAC regular season and wins their quarterfinal game, they have a great chance at an at-large.  If someone can knock them off in the MAC tournament, the MAC may get 2 bids this year.


    Lose to Marquette (and they very well might not), beat Canisius. Go 16-2 in the MAC (not a stretch). That's 28-3, and 28-4 with a quarterfinals exit with quality wins over WVU and Cuse on the road. Could the committee really leave them out?
    =>They would be a lock. As long as they beat Canisius, they are a lock as long as they are regular-season MAC Champs.

    They have their two signature wins that they need and no bad out of conference losses. The Mac is a top 10 Conference and I believe only once has a conference in the top 10 of the RPI not had their regular-season champion not making spree tournament. That was 2005 Miami unfortunately, but Miami was regular season Champs at 12 wins and six losses so not dominant.

    If Buffalo beats Marquette, they probably get in even if finish second place in the league.

    The Bulls are no longer playing to secure an at-large bid. They are playing for a top-four seed.

    I hope their fans really enjoy this run because it happens only once every two to three generations.


    That said, Miami beat them last year with mostly freshmen. Are freshmen and sophomores and ready to beat them again.
    Re6H5wk