Your Week Three Pammy Nominees

Monday, September 15, 2008

Every Monday you will have anywhere from ten to twenty quotes to pick from and your votes will decide our weekly winner and ultimately the grand champion. I'll have the winners and new standings up tomorrow and be sure to cast your vote at the bottom.

I also took into the advisement the comments that were saying we were straying away from the truly terrible comments and adding in too many that were actually funny and/or good. Hopefully that will fix itself, but I've tried a more streamlined approach this week. Here are the comments in no particular order....

The Pam Ward Chronicles: Week Three

1. "Look for number 2 to be inserted." - Kirk Herbstreit referring to Terrell Pryor (Via SS)

2. "Whatever doesn't kill you, makes you better." - Mike Patrick

3. "A little redemption for Dufrene, but not Shawshank."- Rece Davis

"Iowa's starting to shit -- sit! -- on these shorter routes." - Charles Davis

5. "We see a bunch of wet stuff coming up from the ground."- Pam Ward forgetting the word "water"

6. "They had me on Drinking with the Stars." - Paul Maguire

7. "South Carolina cannot stop the clock. Except on an incomplete pass." - Verne Lundquist

"They had trouble tackling because they weren't bringing their feet with them." - Ray Bentley

9. "Tough to be accurate when you have this much man in your face."- Charles Davis

10. "Guess that's a tribute to how tall [Colin Kaepernick] is -- he stepped out of bounds at the 3 and they're spotting it at the 1." - D'Marco Farr

"You're talking two time zones away, three hours difference"- Andre Ware talking about Cal having problems with the time difference

12. “Great tackle, er, broken tackle by Charles. Gordon finally gets him in the backfield. Gain of 5 for Charles.”- Pam Ward

13. "You know, if I were Maryland on first down...I would just take a shot. Because its either gonna be a passing interference, completion, or incompletion. No harm done."- Andre Ware forgetting that passes can be intercepted (he should know all about them after his NFL career)

14. "Wait a minute, that would be pass interference and a block in the back, both on South Carolina....I'm confused." - Gary Danielson

"In anticipation of the rain both teams practiced with wet balls this week." - Alex Flanagan

"... Skip Holtz's team beating Georgia..."- Tom Hammond referring to South Carolina

17. "Jimmy Clausen about to take the field again." - Tom Hammond
"Half of his completions have been for touchdowns." - Pat Haden
"How many is that?" - Tom Hammond
"Oh, 50, maybe 53 percent." - Pat Haden


Is Bob Davie ineligible for this list? That's the only way I can explain his absence. Worst Broadcaster in Sports

VCL said...
Sep 15, 2008, 2:22:00 PM  

VCL- He probably just didn't say anything that crazy this week.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 2:25:00 PM  

Whoops...didn't mean to post that so early, but it's up.

Sep 15, 2008, 2:35:00 PM  

#14 actually made sense. Two penalties on SC can't offset each other, which the ref initially indicated.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 2:48:00 PM  

This week, I think the Pammy ought to go to Pammy. #12...what was she watching? Better question, what was she smoking?

jfein said...
Sep 15, 2008, 2:50:00 PM  

Nothing too groundbreaking this week. We'll go with Andre Ware not understanding the concept of time zones.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 3:01:00 PM  

And if you're gonna include Charles Davis' 'shit, how can you not have Hammond's 'fag is down in the endzone'?

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 3:08:00 PM  

Talk about nitpicking... Is this what Awful Announcing has turned into these days?

Number 8 is quality analysis, and why is 14 even on there? Danielson made a great point.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 3:21:00 PM  

Ummm really? #8??? And two penalties can be called on the same play. You can only accept one. That's what Danielson couldn't figure out.

Sep 15, 2008, 3:36:00 PM  

im pretty sure haden said something like "fifty three percent in kentucky"

Mike Georger said...
Sep 15, 2008, 3:38:00 PM  

Gotta go with Pammy herself with #12. It doesn't get much worse than that, although Andre Ware and his timezones is quite amusing.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 3:45:00 PM  

I'm betting that AA is being PC be excluding the "fag in the end zone" line eventhough it would win for best line of the season.

GMoney said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:08:00 PM  

Danielson had #14 correct, the ref. indicated that two penalties on the same team would off-set, which is not possible. That would confuse most people typically.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:29:00 PM  

Pam's analysis in #5 is correct also. Who would have known that the wet stuff coming up from the ground would be water?

dollar said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:36:00 PM  

Yep, Danielson's confusion was normal. Only in the SEC can a refereeing crew attempt to make two penalties on the same team offset each other.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:40:00 PM  

If you had watched the game, you would have seen that the referees originally called offsetting penalties, which is what Danielson couldnt figure out.

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:41:00 PM  

^^^My post was in response to "awful announcing"

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:42:00 PM  

Ummmm your forgot the YTo Hammonds "there's a fag down in the endzone" call...

Anonymous said...
Sep 15, 2008, 4:46:00 PM  

hey you forgot the fag in the endzone call, cant believe noone has caught that yet

Mike Georger said...
Sep 15, 2008, 6:33:00 PM  

I wonder how much Musberger lost, cuz it was clear he had osu with some of the comments he was making during the osu/usc game....

Anonymous said...
Sep 16, 2008, 9:10:00 AM  

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