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Originally posted by JustinMT:
I like this proposal.

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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by JustinMT:
I like this proposal.


"Nice to see Buckeye fans take a break from shooting crank to join us today."

I hate that Michigan is Ohio State's b***h but it is what it is, truth hurts.
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by JustinMT:
I like this proposal.


Lol exactly. It still wont help him though.
[ Edited by Jiks on May 9, 2020 at 6:47 AM ]
Originally posted by TruthHurts:

Even if they're
Why even make different usernames lol. You know you're getting banned either way. You know everybody here knows who you are.
i didn't hit report lol, never have. just find it funny how obsessed you are with proving like 5 people wrong. everybody knows who you are, it's not like the mods wouldn't have figured it out for the 99999th time.
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Originally posted by glorydayz:
Facts

Agree. But how often do you see a 40 year old coach get to the super bowl twice already. Kyle's upside and potential is way way higher than Harbaugh's in my opinion.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:

hehehehe

I have no trouble believing that Harbaugh is a serious PB&J loving kind of dude.

https://wolverineswire.usatoday.com/2020/06/23/nfl-peyton-manning-free-agency-the-athletic-michigan-football-jim-harbaugh/

The Athletic put together an oral history of Manning's free agency tour in 2012 — before he ultimately signed with the Denver Broncos, where he won his second Super Bowl — which was Harbaugh's second year coaching at the pro-level. That was pre-Kaepernick, as Harbaugh rolled with Alex Smith — a former Urban Meyer acolyte from Utah — so he was looking at all options to make his roster that much better.

According to Manning, the meeting was anything but usual.



"I remember this — I remember weird things — we were leaving to go throw and Mrs. Cutcliffe, who I've known forever, just a sweet lady, she said, 'Would y'all like anything to eat before you go?'" Manning recalled. "It was one of those when somebody offers you, you kind of get the feel maybe she really didn't want to make you something to eat, but she felt like she had to offer, that kind of thing. So I was like, 'No, thanks, Mrs. Cutcliffe, I'm fine,' and Greg Roman's like, 'I'm fine, Thank you for offering.' And coach Cut's like, 'I'm fine, honey.'

"And I remember Harbaugh just said, 'Yeah, I'll have a PB&J.'"

And that was just the beginning. As it got a little weirder, Manning says.

"So he had his peanut butter and jelly sandwich and we went over to Duke," Manning said. "There were some media around Duke. The best thing about Duke, which I didn't really understand coming from Tennessee, is that it's a private school. You got to have a key card to get in, and nobody can just pop into the indoor facility. I used to go back to Knoxville and work out, and anybody could just show up. It's a public facility. At Duke, Cut and I could have intense workouts and not be interrupted. So, we told Coach Harbaugh and Coach Roman that it's private, but still, there are trees out there and he asked 'Could there be people in the trees?'"



As if that's not strange enough, Peyton's older brother, Cooper Manning, was also in attendance that day, and described the surreal scene.

"There was this CIA feel to a football acquisition," Manning said. "Harbaugh and his coordinator went to his workout and watched from his car. I mean, what can you tell from a car?"
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
I have no trouble believing that Harbaugh is a serious PB&J loving kind of dude.

https://wolverineswire.usatoday.com/2020/06/23/nfl-peyton-manning-free-agency-the-athletic-michigan-football-jim-harbaugh/

The Athletic put together an oral history of Manning's free agency tour in 2012 — before he ultimately signed with the Denver Broncos, where he won his second Super Bowl — which was Harbaugh's second year coaching at the pro-level. That was pre-Kaepernick, as Harbaugh rolled with Alex Smith — a former Urban Meyer acolyte from Utah — so he was looking at all options to make his roster that much better.

According to Manning, the meeting was anything but usual.



"I remember this — I remember weird things — we were leaving to go throw and Mrs. Cutcliffe, who I've known forever, just a sweet lady, she said, 'Would y'all like anything to eat before you go?'" Manning recalled. "It was one of those when somebody offers you, you kind of get the feel maybe she really didn't want to make you something to eat, but she felt like she had to offer, that kind of thing. So I was like, 'No, thanks, Mrs. Cutcliffe, I'm fine,' and Greg Roman's like, 'I'm fine, Thank you for offering.' And coach Cut's like, 'I'm fine, honey.'

"And I remember Harbaugh just said, 'Yeah, I'll have a PB&J.'"

And that was just the beginning. As it got a little weirder, Manning says.

"So he had his peanut butter and jelly sandwich and we went over to Duke," Manning said. "There were some media around Duke. The best thing about Duke, which I didn't really understand coming from Tennessee, is that it's a private school. You got to have a key card to get in, and nobody can just pop into the indoor facility. I used to go back to Knoxville and work out, and anybody could just show up. It's a public facility. At Duke, Cut and I could have intense workouts and not be interrupted. So, we told Coach Harbaugh and Coach Roman that it's private, but still, there are trees out there and he asked 'Could there be people in the trees?'"



As if that's not strange enough, Peyton's older brother, Cooper Manning, was also in attendance that day, and described the surreal scene.

"There was this CIA feel to a football acquisition," Manning said. "Harbaugh and his coordinator went to his workout and watched from his car. I mean, what can you tell from a car?"

Webbies cut and paste version of this story was way better.
It just never ends with Jim lol
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