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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by bigjrock, Jul 31, 2016.
"Keep fuckin' talkin"
90k isn't nearly enough to listen to buddy's shit and live in Scooba
Holy shit I have to watch this.
love that clip so much. the squirrelly little dude talking shit, the batshit insane coaches who are so intimidating that jacked teenagers in full pads are scared of them, the good-not-great 4* LB on the team who people start acting like he's a generational talent, it's so good.
It’s a great documentary. Worth the $6 purchase on amazon
Anyone famous on that team? I watched this years ago, but don’t remember
I remember hearing about Taurean Charles but haven't watched the documentary. IIRC that kid had over 30 sacks in one season in HS and then got into a bunch of trouble before leaving UF. Pretty sure he beat the shit out of someone, threw them off a house or something, and then legitimately threw a beer keg at them.
Will have to check that one out.
The soundtrack is also solid
Is Last Chance U staying in Indy? Figured they would change schools every two years or so?
Going to Cali
Amazing they pulled off a big win without a savant coaching them.
Isn’t dodge city one of the league doormats?
Way to get the joke
oh I got the joke, but I'm trying to remember if dodge city was one of the better teams in the conference or a doormat
Brown is on Cameo and it's pretty incredible....he costs $40....
Lol we’ve finally found a program shittier than Arkansas. Imagine that guy being your QB.
Eat shit, you human parasite
God, I love when you whisper those sweet nothings in my ear.
Fuck was it hard to find this thread bc the search button sucks.
Apparently Independence is the best team in the conference this year first year post that slapdick Jason Brown
What am I missing here?
Man I haven’t thought about Taurean Charles in forever. The doc was called ‘Year of the Bull’ IIRC. Basically a compilation of him body slamming teammates and fighting coaches at practice. Great flick!
Best pregame speech of all time
“Yo momma in the fuckin stands man....”
Dude ran for 1200 yards behind the worst OL and OC in college football. He’s a monster, just needs to quit getting dinged up and winded every other play.
So he’s brittle and out of shape. Sounds like a real monster.
Shut up bitch
Don’t lash out because you made a nonsensical post, Bert.
He’s had shoulder/AC joint issues his entire career and had offseason surgery. Talent wise he’s a monster, but he’s never been high on conditioning and gets winded after 3 carries.
I feel like this season is going to be incredibly boring.
They’re doing Cheer Football and Basketball this year. With Cheer starting on the 8th
A show about JUCO cheerleaders? That’s a no from me, dawg.
You just don’t know how hard it’s going to get brought in the show.
Because mp can't articulate things well, I had to do some googling and it's not Last Chance U. It's from the creator of Last Chance U and it does follow juco cheerleaders.
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has ordered Cheer, a six-episode docuseries about competitive college cheerleaders, from Last Chance U creator Greg Whiteley and his One Potato Productions, Boardwalk Pictures and Caviar. Cheer is set to premiere January 8 on Netflix.
Directed and executive produced by Whiteley, Cheer follows the competitive cheerleaders of Navarro College in Corsicana, TX. Led by Monica Aldama, the small junior college has won 14 National Championships since 2000. Per the official synopsis: “The stakes on the mat are high, but for these athletes, the only thing more brutal than their workouts and more exceptional than their performances are the stories of adversity and triumph behind the team members themselves. Over the course of six episodes, viewers will join the Navarro College cheerleaders as they face injuries, sacrifice, personal setbacks and triumphs, all leading up to one nail-biting and adrenaline pumping final competition at the National Championship.”
I wonder if TDiddy is still working at that Chevy dealership. My lease is almost up.
Edit: His Facebook says he indeed works at Autonation Chevy Pembroke Pines. Too far from me, unfortunately.
Halfway through the Cheer series, it’s very good. Same vibe as the football version, actually a nice change of pace.
How ugly are the girls?
It’s high level competitive cheerleading, standards appear to be pretty high in that regard. They showed some video from tryouts and then had an interview clip from the head coach talking about a girl that made it even though she couldn’t really cheer, but had the look they wanted.
This is on Netflix right?