Wednesday, January 03, 2007

GOODBYE, MR. LYNCH


We never like it when players leave Berkeley early (or without their degree). But we're not about to judge ML for grabbing the brass ring now, when his stock is high. He made the right call.

We don't like the engineered parity of the NFL and we don't really watch it, unless we get lured to check out the Chargers with the promise of cerveza and rolled tacos. So unless the Bolts trade up, we probably won't see much of Marshawn outside of SportsCenter highlights. That's sad. He was a lot of fun to watch over the past three years.

Here's hoping that Marshawn cashes in, stays healthy, gets himself a good financial planner, and lives a great life. Feel free to post your favorite memories of #10. Here's ours:

5 Comments:

At 11:17 PM, Blogger T. said...

Choosing a favorite Marshawn memory is like choosing a favorite Lamond Murray three-pointer. Way too many to choose from.

I'll have to go with his run against Air Force when he was a freshman and it looked like he was stopped for a 2-yard loss, and then all of a sudden he appeared on the other side of the pile and ran it in for the touchdown.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=u954RitQV2Y

It starts at 3:08 on the highlight video.

 
At 1:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mine is his cart ride.

 
At 6:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watch the player run ahead of Marshawn and knock the Stanford safety on his back... Aaron Rodgers.

You gotta love a senior quarterback racing downfield to throw a block for a freshman running back.

 
At 11:04 PM, Blogger border crosser said...

of course he left. his parents are still getting the splinters of wood out of their asses from sitiing on those benches. how bout gettin some real seats. what is berkly some 3rd world country?

 
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