Cheesehead_Dave: The Badgers used to drive a small fire engine onto the field, pre-game, so there's no reason why they couldn't.
VvonderJesus: [www.foxsportswisconsin.com image 660x380]
Earguy: Four time Super Bowl participant Steve Tasker? Did he play for the Bills?
daRog: Captain Steroid: As submitter of cliched headlineEABOD and DIAF
Earguy: My Abomination Chili is ready.
Dinobot: A bunch of things are faster than a Porsche Panamera, considering its a heavy SUV and not a car...Just saying...
ClavellBCMI: Earguy: Four time Super Bowl participant Steve Tasker? Did he play for the Bills?1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994 AFC Champion Bills.
Earguy: Random Pretty Girls? Considering how much everyone wants to watch the game, and the commercials too, I'll probably be pretty sparse with them unless/until the game becomes a hopeless blowout.
Earguy: My Abomination Chili is ready. My cornbread is ready. Just letting it cool to perfect temperature before digging in.
picodenico: Cheesehead_Dave: The Badgers used to drive a small fire engine onto the field, pre-game, so there's no reason why they couldn't.Wait, really? I've never heard of that before. I know Purdue brings out their engine....thingy.
vegaswench: Di Atribe: I just wanted to say that I have loved every minute of hanging out & watching football with all of you jerks. You are the funniest, wonderfulest, most awful people on Fark, hands down.Hear hear. It's the best place to hang out while watching the game.
Sweet Chin Music: Heh, probably the only way a Cowboy makes it to the Super Bowl...
MBTAhole: 49ers win the entrance theme award
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