Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffNut99, Mar 11, 2013.
The French mistake? Try mistakes.
Size 44 waist athletic shorts $14
Nifty Track shoes and half socks $95
Never needing a tan...priceless.
It's okay to love the new play book as long as you--you know--don't love the new play book.
I can't see the photo, but I'm a little intrigued.
Ask your doctor if the Playbook Testosterone Suppository is right for you
"Hey Mac, can you see my nipples through this shirt? 'Cause I don't wanna creep anybody out."
"Maaaaaaan, can anybody else feel it? Spring is in the air!"
Psst, coach. Most guys stuff with a rolled up sock.
You don't see coaches tuck their whistles under their shirts very often - not sure it does a lot of good there.
winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Although it does make me reconsider my assumption that the yellow portions of the play book are a result of the use of a highlighter.
Hilarious stuff....who is that anyway?
"I have the strangest boner right now."
Dude looks like he just got out of prison.
"Geez dad, I hate it when you drop me off at work."
Hey coach, **** your playbook. Literally.
HCMM "Hey coach, lemme see what you've got listed... This smells like balls. Go ahead and take that back....Good day then."
"Coach, you were right. Now that I begin my day with Metamucil, I am just a happy guy... oh, have I told you about Superbeta Prostate? Awsome!"
"There's a website of people trying to guess what I'm saying and thinking right now. They're all right."
This thing is loaded and I'm not afraid to use it.
"Coach, what do you put on your cornflakes? Its Cialis and Prozac for me!"
Field looks great with all the juiceboxes gone
New Balance Shoes? I thought they had a Nike contract that doesnt allow any of the coaches to weare compitors clothing?
Sometimes, when I get nervous, I stick my play chart in my pants and then I smell it like this.
Why yes, there is a playlist in my pocket, and I am happy to see you too!
I like the turtleneck under the sweatshirt while wearing shorts. It makes a ton of sense.
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