Discussion in 'UConn Football' started by NavinRJohnson, Jan 10, 2017.
If Jesus was in the huddle would the Bob Diaco years be different.
There would've been one less fanny in the seats (mine), that I'm sure of.
Now there's a useful thought. Thank you so much.
Only if he could block. Or pass while avoiding the rush.
I was in between appointments. I was bored. I had to think of something
Jesus, take the wheel route
jesus shuttlesworth played football too?
I think some of you are looking at the wrong leadership.
If Moses can consistently pull the trick he did with the Red Sea on opposing defensive fronts, not only would I want him in our huddle, I would even think about becoming a convert.
“If we’re gonna keep doing this, you guys gotta meet me halfway out there. I mean, let’s face it: It’s not a good week if every week, I, the son of God, have to come in drop everything and bail out the UCONN Huskies in the fourth quarter.”
Why don't we just partake in the ecumenical wine..... or should that be spelled WHINE.....
Not good enough for TouchdownHUsky. None of this opening holes you could run a people through crap. They need to cross the Red Sea in the air or Moses and Gods are idiots.
Jesus, I can't wait for the season to start.
This was all a big misunderstanding. He didn't say Jesus, he said hey, Zeus. ...(warning, explicit language).
Jocko never had...faith.
And when you kick Jesus to the curb you must accept the wrath that follows. And genuflect toward Him on the way out the door.
Is this Dan O 3 yards deep outta the end zone?
The Jesus thing seems to work great for all the teams with top 10 recruiting classes and new cars for their players.
I took this picture inside the Rent after the Edsall press conference... Christmas tree and a menorah. I guess Rentschler is outside Suzie's jurisdiction, still, I couldn't help but think about Jesus in the huddle when I saw that.
Christmas trees are a pagan tradition anyway.
They're all pagan traditions.
Red Aurerbach had a story about going to lunch with Cardinal Richard Cushing, who was a good friend apparently. Auerbach, always looking for any edge he could get. asked the Cardinal "I notice those Catholic kids always cross themselves before they take foul shots. Does that help?" Cushing's reply was "Oh course it helps. If they are good foul shooters."
Anyone who thinks they didn't sneak him in the huddle, didn't follow Corley on Twitter. They just learned after the initial debacle to keep it quiet.
No Jesus in the huddle, but we got Moses, Aaron, Abraham and Yule at the rent. Can I get a little Shiva the Destroyer?
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