OTC: KU; Lewsers No More

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27 Responses to OTC: KU; Lewsers No More

  1. Anonymous says:

    EricB in KC
    “Mizzou fans, you

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nice win for KU but REALLY, how OVER-RATED was GA-TECH?

    The Chiefs advertising only lacks the side effects disclaimer of pharma ads: depression, confusion, anger, diarhea, irritable bowel syndrome, suicide, nausea, impotence, blah-blah-blah

    If TG played for the Pats, instead of the Chiefs he’d probably have about half the receptions. If the voters look at quality vs quantity I think he’s gonna have a pretty long wait to get into Canton.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just sayin (and still reading)
    WTF, Derrick?
    Way to make your senior year a memorable one.

    …in an unbiased KCC world, that would have been the headline here today.

    GH: Love Bob Davis but he

  4. Anonymous says:

    Davis has gone all Falkenstein on our ass. Without mad Max oozing over the ‘Hawks, Davis sorta filled in the vacuum.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Nice job GH. Really made up for weeks of KU bashing. Maybe you should get KK to write a column on KU so OTC can be “Fair and Balanced”. Nice work hater.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Sprint Ad LOL funny.
    Nothing like the 1st NFL week…should be a great day for KC Sports. Make it a RED DAY!

  7. Anonymous says:

    smartman sed:
    If the voters look at quality vs quantity I think he

  8. Anonymous says:

    So, Greg, what’s the verdict on Gill? Until Saturday you were hammering Gill as a failure both before and after he’d coached hist first game. Now you’re crediting him with a nice win, but are you backing off having called him overmatched and in over his head?

    Is it maybe possible you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about and calling him either a huge failure OR a tremendous success is as premature as Ptolemy’s ejaculations?


    GH: I think Gill is overmatched at this level as a head coach. I think he’ll have a dissapointing three-year stint at KU and then never get another head coaching position at a BCS school. I think he’s a great guy who will quickly lose favor with the KU fans who care about football.

    But Gill’s win Saturday is of epic proprtions when you consider he headed up the stinker of all stinkers in his opener. Props to him and his team for the trememdous turnaround. As far as your question about me not knowing what I’m talking about — that is always a viable option.

  9. Anonymous says:

    KU is 1-1 after two games, which is where most folks thought they would be. They’re still on track to win about 4-5 games this year.

  10. Anonymous says:

    As a Big 12 fan, it was great to see a conference member bounce back. It’s not good for anybody to have a pathetically weak conference sister, and I’m happy for KU to get such a big win.

    As a college football fan, in general, I will wait to see just how good Ga. Tech is this year. Yeah, they were conference champs last year, and yeah, the ACC had five teams in the Top 25 starting this year, but look what those teams did most recently. Ga. Tech upset, Va. Tech loses to James Madison!!!, Fla. St. is clobbered by Oklahoma, Miami is smashed by Ohio State (two returns for TDs made it closer than it was), and North Carolina … well, what a mess they have. But Boston College did knock off Kent State, and Maryland laid one on Morgan State. Oh, and don’t forget Clemson’s big win over Presbyterian (honestly had never heard to that school until this weekend).

    Finally, as an MU alum, KU’s win reminds me of 1972, when my Tigers, one week after being humiliated by Nebraska 62-0, went to South Bend and knocked off the undefeated and Top Ten-ranked F’ing Irish.

    Great win ‘Hawks. Tiger fans tip their hat to you.


    GH: I was in my senior year in high school when MU pulled off one of the more amazing one-week turnarounds in college football history. To go into South Bend and knock off Notre Dame in those days was a BIG deal. To do it after getting crushed by NU 62-0 was the stuff of legends. Where is that movie, Rudy?

  11. Anonymous says:

    @donkeypunch, If you look at the situation(s) under which TG got a lot of his receptions in KC it was playing “catch up” and a lot of “garbage time”.

    I think he will get in to the HOF I just don’t see it happening in his first year of eligibility. Look how long it took for DT to get in. In my opinion, DT had far more impact on the team and the league than TG did. I wish I knew to what extent DT’s off the field issues delayed his entry.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Johnny Utah
    the good coaching showed vs. Ga Tech, whether it’s the head coach or assistants. they handled the option very well and gambled that Nesbit couldn’t beat them in the air. KU was right.

    Offense mixed pass and run well. aside from about an 8 minute stretch in the 4th quarter when KU was running down the clock, Ga Tech didn’t know what to expect. That’s a good gameplan.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Rick in PV
    I’m with Mangino, not you, Greg, regarding hot-dogging …


    GH: Mangino never saw a hotdog he didn’t like.

  14. Anonymous says:

    “One of the greatest home wins in KU football history”? The only thing that made that a great home win was the stink bomb they laid the previous Saturday.

  15. Anonymous says:

    smartman, care to put a minor wager on TG being a 1st ballot HOFer? Of course it’ll be a mere 7-8 years from now, but I assume you’re good for it. Don’t know what we’ll play for, however if the loser doesn’t pay up, Hall will ban their IP address

  16. Anonymous says:

    @donkeypunch. You’re on! Loser donates $100.00 to the charity of the winners choice. Mine is City Union Mission. Gotta keep jojo alive! I’ll add this to my will in case Mr. Jesus calls me home early or if my body armor doesn’t work as advertised in the Un-Civil War.

  17. Anonymous says:

    ^^^haha that’s funny smartman. Jojo did kind of call this though. I gotta give him some credit…he said KU would be up and down and after the loss to NDSU I saw no way that team would be up. Chiefs need to take it tonight. Crowd needs to ROAR!!!

  18. Anonymous says:

    I’m assuming that after MU beat ND back in 1972, all MU fans agreed that ND MUST be completely overrated and not only discounted the victory, they decided to not even count or acknowledge that the game ever occurred.

  19. Anonymous says:

    I kind of thought a good headline for the Star article would have been “Turner Round.”

    And I do think Bob Davis briefly mentioned the students were heading for the field just as the broadcast went to a commercial break.

  20. Anonymous says:

    smartman sed:

  21. Anonymous says:

    Rick M
    With all due respect to the amazing Ms. McBeth, I’d have gone for KCK’s Janelle Monae. At this level, it’s all about the future.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Collective Noses
    If KU takes care of business in week 1..no way is that ‘one of the greatest victories in KU home history’.

    “And that those of us who chronicled the fact it happened are

  23. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    Assault-Hand,fist,feet. This time the victim fingered the assailant.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Jayhawk Fan
    Stevo Says:
    September 13th, 2010 at 12:41 pm
    ^^^haha that

  25. Anonymous says:

    GH: The whole point of why KU

  26. Anonymous says:

    Those “gas station” caps were made for several football coaches in honor of 9/11 victims and emergency responders.

    And since I haven’t said it today….

    Keitzman blows.

  27. Anonymous says:

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