Morning Cup Of Joe

May 22nd, 2020

Welcome to your Morning Cup of Joe, an eye-opener to help Joe’s readers ease into their busy workday with a few football links, wacky news and a pleasant distraction.

Distraction of the Day

Onside kicks may be history. Fourth-and-15 might be easier to convert but dang, can’t we have the old onside kicks? One of the most exciting plays in football. After all, it is football, not flag football. [PFT]

Here is why the Dolphins canned offensive coordinator Chad O’Shea in the offseason. [CBS]

Is hotheaded, old/new LSU defensive coordinator Bo Pelini simply misunderstood? [SI]

Don’t know who Dub Jones is? you should. [Yahoo! Sports]

TSA implements changes to security methods thanks to The Sickness. [CBS News]

“Hot Nurse” suspended after wearing just a bra and panties with a see-through surgical gown. How would you know? She’s wrapped from chin to head like a mummy. An Antifa domestic terrorist wouldn’t cover themselves like this. This whole thing smells like a planted stunt by a struggling model. Exactly what hospital uses see-through surgical gowns? [New York Post]

Invasion of monkeys in Florida to help fight The Sickness? [WTSP]

Giant ray sails out of water and lands in boat off of Sanibel Island. [WFLA]

 

4 Responses to “Morning Cup Of Joe”

  1. Bucsfanman Says:

    Joe- Thanks for the Dub Jones piece! You learn something new every day. I never heard of him. 6 TDs! Nice.

    I love the Russian nurse story. The dude in the background is all about it! Talk about giving your patients a morale “boost”!

  2. Buc50 Says:

    NO COMPLAINTS…hehe

  3. Joe Says:

    Talk about giving your patients a morale “boost”!

    Ha! 🙂

  4. Bradinator Says:

    Onside kicks are one of the most boring plays you mean. Maybe 3 of them work all season. The one’s that do get recovered are just plain luck. A better football play would be the 4th and 15 option. It would require skill and not a lucky bounce. Besides how often are the Bucs ‘lucky”?

 

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