Lynch is a real friendly and polite person. He would always thank you after getting a drink. He would always make sure that you knew he really meant it too. He’d look you right in the eye, say thank you and give you a slight nod of approval. Lynch is also has a lot of character. He is a little goofy, and has fun, but also is serious too. You can tell that Marshawn is really modest. He never brags and is very supportive of all the runningbacks that are waiting in his shadow. Money, Tex, and Mo-Deuce are really good friends.
The players treat you well - none of them are mean. Some go out of their way to know your name, thank you, and talk to you and some don’t. To some players you’re just a waterboy, but others will befriend you. Interestingly, the freshmen are all pretty friendly and courteous.
Yes, I’ve seen the movie Waterboy. I used to laugh so hard watching that movie that I’d cry. I really don’t think much about becoming a football player. I’ve pretty much accepted the facts that I don’t really have the body frame to put on enough muscle and that I’d have to improve my 40 time by about a second to even keep up with the slowest of the ball handlers. If somehow I did play in a college football game, after a touchdown I’d give the ball to the offensive linemen so they could spike it, do CPR on it like Ocho-Cinco, or do a T.O. with the Sharpie. The OL doesn’t get enough respect for what they do.
I can through a decent spiral. I haven’t thrown in a while though. I do secretly wish I had Reed’s quick release, and Riley’s RPMs though. As for throwing the football from the 50 on my knees through the goalposts… I’d be just happy to throw the ball 50 yards.
Hahaha. That cart that Lynch drove is the very cart that I used every day to haul coolers and equipment around! A lot of players would take the cart and ghost ride the whip but I never did.
I was always the type of person that wanted to be one of those lesser known players who was good but not a marquee player. I guess I’m not one for the limelight. Right now though I’m a big fan of Ed Reed (Safety on the Ravens) and Adalius Thomas (Linebacker for the Patriots). As you can see I’m a defensive person. I think offensive players showboat too much. As for Cal Football alumni, I’m a big fan of Nnamdi Asomugha (Cornerback for the Raiders) and Kyle Boller (Quarterback for the Ravens). Nnamdi was a sleeper, and I like Boller for always being a class act despite taking crap for all the losses in the Holmoe years.