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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Well there sports fans and legitimate Americans, here it is, the 2008 Season Kick-Off of the Pollack, Mexican and Texan Football Picks of the Week. Since the NFL is still in preseason and many colleges don't start until next week there is a limited slate of college action to choose from. Now the Pollack will bet on preseason games but I just can't pull the trigger on a game where my money may be riding on the arm of a guy who was stocking WalMart shelves the week before. So without further ado, especially since the Pollack's pick of the week kicks off in an hour, let me get this out so those of you fortunate enough to live close to the sports book can get down there and take advantage of his financial acumen. If any of the rest of you all happen to have access to an internet sports betting account, (ahem) strictly for entertainment purposes, since we know that no legitimate American would ever contradict the desires of Congress...and make an illegal wager on the internet, then you all can follow along...Again, just for educational purposes.

Pollack's pick of the week: South Carolina. Line opened at -11, its now -14 and looks safe. Coach Spurrier has had 3 years to recruit the SEC now and you just know that losing 5 straight at the end of the season is grating on him. Look for the 'Cocks to lay the lumber to N.C. State.

Mexican's pick of the week: Ole' Miss. Line at -8. The Rebels have talent and stole a 5 star quarterback from my beloved Longhorns. They have a new coach in Houston Nutt and he inherits a load of talent from departed Coach O. Look for the Rebs to get all over the outmanned Memphis Tigers.

Texan's pick of the week: Utah. Line opened at 3 and is now 3.5. Texan advises to take the Utes and buy the hook. Utah has a load of talent and something to prove. Michigan is in transition with a new coach installing a new offense they didn't recruit for. Should be a tough fight in the Big House but the Texan says to deep six Big Blue and give the points. Pollack and Mexican aren't touching this game.

There you have it folks, Week One picks. Guaranteed to win or you don't have to read this blog anymore.

One nice thing about football season being here, I like millions of other Americans will be tuning in South Carolina-N.C. State shortly. Mercifully it will spare me the visual agony of watching the ongoing display of seditious activity otherwise known as the Democrat National Convention. It also makes it easy to determine who your fellow legitimate Americans are. If someone you know is a suspected illlegitimate American or metrosexual, one question tomorrow clears it all up.

"howdy Lance, did you watch South Carolina beat N.C. State seven ways to Sunday last night"?

If he answers anything but a firm "yes", you know ol' Lance is probably a bigger fan of synchronized diving than he is of football. In other words, you can scratch him off the roster of potential NRA members.

Smilin' Paul Villa U.S. Senate 2010
cyber-Congressman, R-Reno
Proud Member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy and 2 SUV Family


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