Tuesday, August 31, 2004
You will no doubt notice that things look a little different now. Tonight I uploaded the new banners and home page. So at least we are into 2004 instead of kicking along with the old 2003 banner. The home page is a work in progress. We are migrating to a new web address this season, so at this point most of the links -- if they work at all -- don't point where they should. This will change in a couple of days. Bear with us.
Oh yeah... Kickoff is in 9 days.
Glenn 8-D 2:30:00 AM
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
Doh! -- Add 7 days...
OK, it's really 16 days away. I don't know what possessed me to think that the season opened on Sept. 2. Must be that I'm that eager to begin defense of my title. Not! Actually, tonight I have been feverishly working on the new site, as opposed to merely feverishly thinking about it. Sometime this week...
Glenn 8-D 1:01:00 AM
Saturday, August 21, 2004
12 (gasp!) days
Are you getting pumped yet? Good! Less than two weeks before the Senior Bro must embark on defense of the Surfy. Our feverish thoughts about feverishly designing the 2004 Web site have been building to fever pitch (or something like that). This weekend we hope to unveil the new site... or perhaps next weekend. Anyhow, it will be happening very soon. We promise. Really.
Meanwhile... I've been paying cursory attention to the preseason games. I will say that so far the Raiders look better than they are and the 49ers look at least as bad as they should be. It's going to be a NawFuLly long season for the Bay Area, I fear.
Glenn 8-D 11:12:00 PM
Saturday, August 07, 2004
Well, almost. Just 26 (yikes!) days till kickoff of the new NawFuL season, and we're feverishly thinking about feverishly working on the Gehlke Bros. website. More details to come...
But in the meantime, this being my first football-related post in many gNA$hCAR-filled months, I'd like to extend my own congratulations to John Elway and Barry Sanders on their induction into the Hall of Fame tomorrow. You know you're getting old when the sports heros of your youth have retired and begin earning their well-deserved accolades. I can't say I was ever a big Broncos fan, but watching Elway in action made every game exciting. He was one of those rare players who, given the ball and an impossible clock to work with, always made you believe that a last-second miracle was possible. The fact that he went out on a high note as a Stupor Bore champion just makes his achievements shine that much more brightly.
As for Sanders, the Detroit Lyin's haven't been the same since he walked away from the game. But then, the Lyin's have never been much of a factor. He took a NawFuL team and turned it into a merely mediocre one. Wonder what he could have done with a dynasty like the Niners or the Cowboys?
Glenn 8-D 10:19:00 PM