One Ring to Rule Them All … Except for Maybe Brady Quinn


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In a stunning development in the War of Los Angeles, UCLA head football coach Karl Dorrell succeeded in a secret mission to infiltrate the University of Southern California's campus and throw USC head football coach and Dark Lord Pete Carroll's One Ring into the fires from whence it came: a furnace in the basement of Heritage Hall.

Thus begins a soon-to-be-legendary piece of internet madness … Dorrell destroys Carroll’s One Ring; Third Age of USC ends as last of the Trojans sail to Catalina

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4 thoughts on “One Ring to Rule Them All … Except for Maybe Brady Quinn

  1. jonathantu says:

    The guy who wrote that needs to get a life.

  2. farlane says:

    Definitely. However, the guy who wrote this should instantly be raised to sainthood:

    Several days after that slaughter, prolific college football announcer and official historian of Rivendell Keith Jackson wrote, “The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost, for none now live who remember it. It began with the forging of the Great Rings. Three were given to the Big Ten, immortal, wisest and fairest of all beings because they refused to move away from the cold, which was very, very, very cold. The freeze your nuts off kind of cold. Seven to the Big Twelve, great huskers of corn and sooners of… soon. And nine, nine rings were gifted to the SEC, who, above all else, desire power and a cupcake out of conference schedule. Then something about the ACC and the Big East, blah blah blah yadda yadda.

  3. jonathantu says:

    I think I’m going to hell for besmirching Keith Jackson’s name.

    Hey, nice blog you have here. Are you a Wolverine fan? If so you might not want to read this…

    http://jonathantu.wordpress.com/2006/05/05/tressel-gives-carr-noogie-wedgie-lunchtime-de-pantsing-hall-monitor-ncaa-silent-on-issue/

    … but then again you might want to anyway.

    I’m loving the NBA comix. You have a Neil Gaiman link in your bookmarks. Welcome to my blogroll.

  4. farlane says:

    Thanks for the link. After reading that particular bit of madness, I was scared not to give you a link back.

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