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Daily Bull 6.28.17: Let’s Watch Von Miller Highlights

also, the internet is bad

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CHOPCHOP. The NFL is stale, flavorless, three-day-old cheap bread when compared with the freshly-baked loaf of college football. But there are pockets of flavor still trapped in there. Von Miller was recently named the #2 player in the NFL’s Top 100 by his peers. He’s also the best Aggie player drafted this century based on some numerical formula or other. You know what would make your day better? Four minutes of Von highlights.

NUKE IT. FROM ORBIT. Did all those Von sacks get you all warm and fuzzy? Here’s some prime off-season innernet CONTENT that will make you want to peel your own skin inside-out and burrow into the walls of your attic. There’s no time like late June to devote 1500 words to a scenario that is not even theoretically on the fringe of any table at the moment. It’s AL dot com talking SEC expansion and how it pertains to the LOL BIG 12 - 2 - 2 + DUMSTERFAR. Read the full list of comments for a complete psychological enema.

BLAH BLAH BLAH. The Internet is not as good as it was a few years ago. In fact, it’s pretty terrible. It’s become a cacophonous echo chamber that pummels you non-stop with the loudest and boldest taeks whether you want them or not. It’s less of an escape and more of a gauntlet. Sports Internet especially. PEOPLE WANT VIDYAS AND ONLY CARE ABOUT WHAT THE TV MEN SAY. This is a somewhat long and interesting look at the sorts of philosophies (and people) that are shaping this new hellscape. We can only hope this trend eventually plays itself out and explodes in a great online vacuum. But for now we’re stuck with it. Please click my links below.

Have a fun Wednesday!


FOR ‘90s MOVIE AFICIONADOS: Which is the better college football movie? You only get two choices.

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  • 29%
    The Program
    (33 votes)
  • 70%
    Necessary Roughness
    (79 votes)
112 votes total Vote Now