This Week in Milford

September 6, 2019

From dark to light

Filed under: actual action, football, Gil Thorp, lazy artwork, Milford Idiots, Trainer Rick Scott — robmize2013 @ 4:50 pm

What the hell is the ref wearing pants with back pockets for? They look like his regular Dockers he wears to church on Sunday. Surprised his wallet isnt showing in back. In the stands his father laments Gils poor coaching; yes he’s right, however fumbling on one play doesnt have any connection with frequency of carrying the bread. Otherwise why would Gil need to change ballcarriers at all, according to Mr. Roh? There has to be a first carry for everyone Mister. His logic in P2 is a lot like the chicken and the egg theory. Which came first, the carry or the fumble?

And in P3 we have a sudden return to daylight, and Chance consoles Charlie for his fumble on the 2 yard line. Charlie also has turned yellow. He may have a circulation disorder that the trainer needs to diagnose. At least in daylight its more visible. Good thing this game is taking 15 hours. Hey when’s halftime? I need a hotdog.

2 Comments »

  1. It is indeed poor coaching to put a sophomore in a situation like that when he hasn’t carried the ball all season. And to take Chance out to “give him a minute “. But I said that yesterday. So what. Rubin repeats himself all the time from one day to the next. I’ve learned from him.
    Happens to everyone Charlie. Bullshit. Thanks Chance. I really don’t think Charlie would have said a word to that attempt by Chance to console. Where’s Gil to say , “Shake it off.”? Oh he’s bobbing for rotgut spiked Gatorade. Whoa! Save some for later dude!

    Comment by Jive Turkey — September 6, 2019 @ 5:21 pm

  2. Nice job Gil, you dumb douche. What about Hiawatha James? Chet has a point but it would be a better story if Tiki was the one fumbling and Roh was still gettin splinters in his ass

    Comment by franku2016 — September 6, 2019 @ 7:12 pm


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