Kisses for Beano

November 5, 2009 by

Hopefully everyone listens to Beano’s podcast, and hopefully Beano knows what a podcast is and doesn’t still presume it to be something medical. This little gem was from the start of the season and illustrates perfectly why we love Beano:

Maisel: “How are you doing, Beano?”
Beano: “Oh, excellent. The games are finally here. (pause) It’s like waiting for your first kiss. Really. Finally here. (pause) Not the kiss but the football season…”

Can’t it be both, Beano?


Hey Laaaaadies....


Skunkbears Stats

November 5, 2009 by

Sure, we don’t expect great traffic right now; we were on a 6 month hiatus. However, the viewership we are getting now might not be better than none at all.


You stay classy, Skunkbears.

Zestfully clean

November 5, 2009 by

Jon Tenuta is not worried about the Naval Academy’s triple-option attack.

“Nope, doesn’t bother me. I’ve been in this game a long time so I’ve seen every option known to mankind.”

Oklahoma’s Wishbone? Stopped ‘it. Air Force’s deceptively fast QBs? Nailed ’em. Nebraska’s Tommie Frazier? Bottled up.

Haircuts, electric razors and a toothbrush? Still workin on those guys . . .

Beano on the ‘Book

November 4, 2009 by

If there’s one thing we Skunkbears like more than college football, it’s Beano Cook. Not that the two can even be separated, but one provides far more humor that the former. For instance, we just became aware that Bean-Daddy has his own Facebook page. Do yourself a favor, and “friend” him today (not that he’ll confirm you).


If this is the "Wrong Beano Cook", I don't want to be right.

Count on more updates later.

Viewpoint: Stanford Hall

November 4, 2009 by

BP Chicks: We’re not fat!

ND Guys: Prove it.


November 4, 2009 by

ND’s one-man D
Decaffeinated LB
Mission: Four and oh

So That’s Where He Learned It…

November 3, 2009 by

If you haven’t already heard, a Florida defensive player has been suspended from Saturday’s Vanderbilt game for his actions last Saturday against Georgia. He has been suspended for the entire first half of the game for potentially blinding another player.

Urban Meyer made a statement earlier in the week regarding the Brandon Spikes eye-gouge saying that they don’t condone that kind of action, citing that football may be rough, but there’s no place for that kind of stuff. Well, a new picture has surfaced that might indicate otherwise. In fact, it might indicate where Spikes learned a tactic like that.


Spikes refused to comment. Meyer defended himself saying “We briefly used outside consultants to teach all of our players to protect themselves in a pile by holding their hand, pinky-out, perpendicular to their eyes on the bridge of their nose. We are still working on a defense for attacks from one finger on different hands”

Skunkbear Apparel?

September 24, 2009 by


30 Days

August 6, 2009 by

ND Season Predictions

Yes, this is from last year, but you can bet there will be a similar poll soon.


Here’s to meeting and occassionally exceeding expectations.

One hundred and sixthty two dayths

March 27, 2009 by