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If Ashley Judd is pulling for Belmont........we are doomed. But we have Gary Shandling (sp.)
This post was edited by Mrzipityduda 13 months ago
We got Sir Charles too! He is back on board!
Last time Chuck was on board we went to the elite 8 ...
Ashley is just out canvasing for votes... She is contemplating a run for the Senate and is giving a shout out to all the teams from the blue grass state....
This post was edited by Pin High 13 months ago
BEAR DOWN boys... The best is yet to come....
Time to nut up or shut up
Ashley is like former KVOA news copy reader Patty Weiss. An actress who delusionaly believes -- and her sychophants -- that political office is a natural career progression entitlement. Already, she's spinning her campaign wheels:
Belmont is in Nashville and many country music performers graduated from there. Lee Ann Womack, Brad Paisley and Minnie Pearl to name a few.
Editor-In-Chief of Wildcat Sport Report and co-host of the Arizona football and basketball pre and postgame shows on 1490 and 104.9.
Yeah and her shout out was to Tennessee too... She even said in her announcement to run for Senate that she looks forward to represent the Great State of Tennessee even though the Senate seat she seeks is in Kentucky...
She was a cheerleader at Ktky and a big fan... no hate here for her... She is easy to look at too...
The Ghost if Minnie Pearl just appeared on the crust of my sandwich and picked Arizona by 15.
Years ago she was a terrible actress and it did not matter... I went to every movie she was in.
"Arizona has no tradition" - Bill Walsh
"We have a tradition of kicking Bill Walsh's ass" - Teddy Bruschi
For all you Walton haters, you probably will love the last paragraph:
"And when it comes to next year's possibilities, CBS/Turner should consider bringing back Bill Walton -- who used to be a CBS NCAA announcer before taking time off to recover from severe health problems. Calling Pac-12 tournament action for the league's TV network, Walton was at the top of his game for, well, Waltonisms as he talked about "one man gathers what another man spills" to describe turnovers and saying "there's nothing wrong with being selfish in the team concept" to describe, well, something that at least he saw. He's an original."
there are country singers that went to college? wow.
A Rose Bowl before I die Please!!!!
PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE TAKE HIM OFF OUR TVs
Who wrote that...some Dead Head
Ashley today for YOU!
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