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The Peterson Principle: 3/10/2017
Written by tpeterson on March 10, 2017 — 11 Comments
By Tim Peterson I love watching this UCLA team. With freshmen Lonzo Ball and T.J. Leaf mixed with seniors Bryce Alford and Isaac Hamilton it’s the most entertaining Bruin team in years. Throw in an Aaron Holiday and a Thomas Welsh and they may have the recipe for a national champion.
Posted in Fanview, The Peterson Principle | Also tagged Aaron Holiday, Bill Plaschke, Bill Walton, Blair Basketball, Burbank Basketball, Chimezie Metu, CIF State Playoffs, Cleveland Browns, Dave Pasch, ESPN, Grateful Dead, Heisman Trophy, Houston Texans, Isaac Hamilton, Josh Rosen, LA Times, Lonzo Ball, Lynn Swann, Maranatha Basketball, Max Browne, Mick Fleetwood, PAC 12 Network, Pasadena Basketball, Pink Floyd, Sam Darnold, T.J. Leaf, Thomas Welsh, Tony Romo, UCLA Basketbll, UCLA Football, USC Basketball, USC Football
The Peterson Principle: 1/14/2017
Written by tpeterson on January 14, 2017 — 6 Comments
By Tim Peterson For 22 years we didn’t have a football team. Now we get a team every year. Maybe next January the Jacksonville Jaguars will announce they will be moving to the City of Industry.
Posted in Fanview, The Peterson Principle | Also tagged Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Elffers, Atlanta Falcons, Azusa Pacific Basketball, Azusa Pacific Football, Chucky, Dak Prescott, Dale Ziola, Dallas Cowboys, Dean Spanos, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jared Goff, Jon Gruden, Kansas City Cheifs, Kirk Cousins, LA Chargers, LA Clippers, LA Coliseum, LA Dodgers, LA Galaxy, LA Lakers, LA Rams, Los AltoFootball, Los Altos Basketball, Marshall Faulk, Massachusetts Football, Montana Football, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Portland State Football, Qualcomm Stadium, Rose Bowl, San Diego Chargers, Sean McVay, Seattle Seahawks, Stan Kroenke, StubHub Center, Tom Savage, Tyler Nevens, UCLA Football, USC Football
NFL Talk: 7/27/2016
Written by tpeterson on July 27, 2016 — Leave a Comment
By Tim Peterson Dennis Green was known for more than just pounding the lectern and yelling “The Bears are who we thought they were” after his Arizona Cardinals blew a 20 point lead and fell to Chicago in a Monday night game.
Posted in Pro Football | Also tagged Aaron Rodgers, Arizona Cardinals, Art Shell, BJ Raji, Chicago Bears, Coliseum, Dennis Green, ESPN, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Jimmy Graham, Josh Gordon, Los Angeles Rams, Marshawn Lynch, Minnesota Vikings, NFL, Northwestern Football, Oakland Raiders, Pete Carroll, Randy Gregory, Seattle Seahawks, Stanford Football, Thomas Rawls