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Come on Scott, you're comparing a sport played by two countries (remember
that 99% of all those world league players are NFL rejects), to the biggest
team sport in the world. I bet 99% of this list recognise the name Pele,
but not Doug Flutie.
Besides American Football is just rugby for wimps :-)
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> >Hi Vincent -
> > >> Universal Pictures announced today they plan to make a film of the
> > >> momentous football match that took place on Saturday.
> >Damn, you mean we won a soccer game? Nobody told me.
> Maybe they could make a documentary out of the Miami Hurricanes versus
> State Nittany Lions matchup last Saturday. It would be much more
> than a movie about a boring soccer game.
> If soccer were so important, Dennis Miller would be announcing in the
> during "Monday Night Soccer", with sidekicks like Pele and any other
> soccer player there may have ever been.
> Now a matchup between the Canadian Football League and National Football
> League champions would be awesome. I wonder if Doug Flutie would shift
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