Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Bo Ryan - Smooth

Bo hasn’t looked this good since I saw him do the hambone. Thanks to Jeanne for the clip.





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10 comments:

woziszeus said...

Nice to see the ladies making strides in the blogosphere.

Anonymous said...

While that is a great clip, I think that may be one of the worst rap songs ever. It sounds like somebody took their old Casio keyboard and selected the "Calypso" beat and found some guy with no flow to mumble over it. I wish there would have been a "Posse on Broadway" dance.

By the way, if you go to watch a football game in Champaign, IL, you will be sure to hear this song a minimum of 27 times over the course of a day.

Train said...

Chuckie Hacks has been know to be on the cutting edge but this clip has come and gone in the last 2 weeks. Give me more WIAA previews.

Tony said...

What I want to know is what did the other guy have to do if Bo won the bet?

Brad said...

In time Train, in time. Has anybody ever been to New London??

Bill said...

I have, nice town on the Wolf River I believe. My job takes me to every piss ant town in this state (I had a nice cup of coffe in Lake Mills last week).

The odd thing is the game is in Hortonville which is a very piss ant town.

Anonymous said...

Ryan may be a ladies man but some guys sure hate him like Mike Flowers! Transferring your senior year even though you start in the Big Ten obviously shows that you hate your coach (inside info but when it happens in a few weeks don't say I didn't warn you)

Ambiguous Adam

Goldy said...

Maybe he is going to transfer to Winona State to play with his brother!If he transfers to another D-1 school, he has to sit out the season, so would that use up his eligibility. I don't know anything about this situation and I can't discredit Adam's info, but out of all the possibilities here, I don't see a transfer as one of them.

Brad said...

That's good stuff Adam. Thanks for the inside scoop!

Goldy said...

Chopp informed me that he can sit out a year and then still play a season (see:Jackson, Robert) so I admit my error with that thought.