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Deford: Football coaches dress like crap

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Frank_Ridgeway, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. Frank_Ridgeway

    Frank_Ridgeway Well-Known Member


    Frankie digs the tweed jacket! He doesn't call out Hoodieboy, but they run a picture of him as an example of a typical slob.
  2. I Digress

    I Digress Guest

    Next up...Deford extols on the sun rising in the east.
  3. This is why the NFL has lost its popularity.
  4. Diabeetus

    Diabeetus Active Member

    Ha! From Frank to Frank, with love. :D
  5. Ben_Hecht

    Ben_Hecht Active Member

    I'm an enormous Frank fan, but from a guy who frequently favors purple and white in the summer . . . easy, now.
  6. Oh, dear lord.
  7. Dickens Cider

    Dickens Cider New Member

    Bear shits in woods.
    Film at 11.
  8. Notepad

    Notepad Member

    Dickens Cider will never be 1/1,000,000,000th the writer Frank is.
    Film at 11.
  9. expendable

    expendable Well-Known Member

    Maybe football coaches should suit up in a uniform like their baseball brethren. :D
  10. lono

    lono Active Member

    Breaking news: Sportswriters gorge themselves in buffet lines from coast to coast.
  11. Buck

    Buck Well-Known Member

    Earlier this year, when Mike Nolan was still coaching the 49ers, I heard a KNBR caller complaining that Nolan thought he was better than everybody because he wore a suit.
  12. CentralIllinoisan

    CentralIllinoisan Active Member

    If you read Frank DeFord for breaking news then you are more foolish than I thought. Do we not watch historical films because we know what happens? DeFord is masterful in his word selection and voice; reading him is a joy.
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