Thursday, October 16, 2014

The chess of sports...

... is football.

That's what my hubby says.

I believe him.

I remember years ago how Coach Lum Wright tried to teach us P.E. girls in Mission High School about football.  It REALLY helped me understand what I could understand.

But I think I'd need a college course to fully understand.

My dad used to watch and re-watch and re-watch again (!) games he'd recorded.
And my husband does the same thing!
Well, my dad would re-watch ANY game.  Sam just re-watches Baylor games (the ones we've won, which this year so far is ALL!) (update - we lost yesterday to West Virginia.)

Sam says the key to re-watching is to watch the big guys on the line.
And then watch for different things (or players) each time you watch.
(I don't think I'll ever re-watch a game... but different strokes for different folks.)

In closing (my first sports blog post) here are some cartoons....

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