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Jun262005

We love EDSBS

As in EveryDayShouldBeSaturday.com.

EDSBS's Stranko Montana had this interesting fact about former Florida quarterback Noah Brindise, in of all places, the comment forum over at paradigmblog, in response to a post about Oklahoma's potential two-headed monster in 2005 at quarterback:

By the way, Brindise was nicknamed "Fat Dog," and was famous for being one of the greatest guys to have a beer with in Gainesville. Or five beers, if he was feeling good.

Isn't Brindise an assitant coach or offensive coordinator somewhere now?

I have stories that cannot be repeated about a gregarious tight end at a prominent program who you could set a clock to for being at a local watering hole.  Good guy too, always got fellow students some drinks when the dopes behind the counter weren't in that service kind of mood.

Seems every team has some 4-year "character" who becomes a legend in his days, not just amongst the team but also its student body.

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