Verne Lundquist Reads Everyday Should Be Saturday

Saturday, September 15, 2007

I couldn't believe it when I heard it, but this is pretty sweet. Congrats Orson!

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 11:59 PM

6 Comments:

Yes name droppin in front of a gazillion people.... may cause a crash of the EDSBS server with all the hits.

Sep 15, 2007, 6:18:00 PM  

Actually, Verne meant to reference "SEC Poon" but had a senior moment and called out the wrong site.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2007, 7:10:00 PM  

I was at the local garden center today and saw a six-year-old kid wearing an EDSBS shirt. Frickin' incredible.

extrapolater said...
Sep 15, 2007, 7:25:00 PM  

it sucks that tennessee's defense is so horrible that it gave up a touchdown at that exact moment. it would have been interesting to hear what VL had to say.

dan said...
Sep 15, 2007, 8:54:00 PM  

...just wondering...after Sat's game with Alabama..and I hope CBS is listening!! is Vern going to ever quit saying "John Parker Wilson"? Can't stand it.... will have to watch another channel.. and who cares if his mother was a cheerleader at Ala. Is he going to do the research on every other quarterback's mother.. who knows it could be a whole new perspective to college football... "What my mother did in college, or how I got to be a college quarterback!! Vern's gotta go...

Anonymous said...
Sep 30, 2007, 12:23:00 PM  

I thought Vern showed his ignorance during the SEC Championship game when he said: "LSU would probably be playing for the MNC if not for the Chop block by an Auburn player." Geeeeez, give me a break! First of all, the block was an accident and not intentional and secondly, Dorsey was already hurt and suffering back spasms! Finally, ESPN reported that their chance for a national championship game was probably ruined by the early announcement that Carr would resign and Miles would be considered as his replacement. This caused distraction on the team and probably contributed to their loss to Arkansas. Makes a Hell of a lot more sense! Get a Grip Vern!

Anonymous said...
Dec 2, 2007, 4:43:00 PM  

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