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Jun172005

Taps gives way to Kool and the Gang

Today I officially sent my completely worn-out, been to Hell and back, hanging by its threads 2004 Phil Steele College Football Preview magazine into semi-retirement.  It was quite sad.  But we'll still visit it from time to time, as it looks forward to an active retirement, taking its daily Geritol supplement and Centrum tabs to remain useful.

But in its place we've also welcomed, to much celebration at the Resource homestead, the 2005 edition of the Phil Steele College Football preview.  I'm afraid to touch the thing, it's so clean and shiny.  Not a single page has been torn, the edges aren't frayed, and all the information is brand new.  For a little while at least.

This weekend should be fun perusing the mag.  Hey, it bills itself as the "Book The Experts Cannot Do Without".  How true.  I recommend all of you out there go ahead and make a purchase, especially those who failed to recognize its existence when its mention came to them in hushed tones (ahem, the boys at EveryDayShouldBeSaturday).  They're forgiven, though.  Especially since their pennance will cost a mere $7.95 at the newsstand.

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Reader Comments (3)

pics plz!
June 17, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterKenyon
Hey, we're still looking for the freaking thing. Evidently Atlantans don't bet on college football (insert sound of side-splitting laughter, chair falling over...)
June 18, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterOrson Swindle
Wow. Best of luck in finding it. I have this fear you guys will buy it and not like it and start yelling at me. But I have it on good word that several major major college football coaches just love the thing. And my smart CFB buddies all have copies of the thing dating back to its inception.


June 18, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterResource Admin

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