Adrian Peterson?

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    • #12879

      I think it is clear “All Day” is the badest mofo this side of Westby, but could he go a sub 20 50 free?

      I say yes.

      I also think he could defeat Assistant to the Head Coach Andy Hagen in “Acoustic Guitar Hero” at Expert level.

    • #41876
      Keith
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      I bet Assistant to the Head Coach Andy Hagen scores much more for style points. He knows the routine from “Back to the Future” when Calvin Klein rocks out to “Johnny B. Goode”. Complete with jumping off of speakers and kicking things over.

    • #41877

      Runners and football players run in the pool to train when injured. I bet “All Day” is no foreigner to chlorine damaged hair.

      My guess is 26.5.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      I think it is clear “All Day” is the badest mofo this side of Westby, but could he go a sub 20 50 free?

      I say yes.

      I also think he could defeat Assistant to the Head Coach Andy Hagen in “Acoustic Guitar Hero” at Expert level.

    • #41878
      wonderboy33
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      Brad Childress would likely only allow him to swim relays, regardless of whether he is able to break :20 or not. Chester Taylor would be thrown in the 50.

    • #41879

      26.5??? Interesting.

      Anyone know what Tim Duncan used to swim for times (converted to SCY if possible)? Supposedly he was close to Olympic caliber… but I think that is like Matt Zelen was close to Olympic caliber when his suit fell off.

      Speaking of this, if given a chance to train for one year, I think Kevin Garnet or Randy Moss would be the best swimmers out of pro athletes (major sport). KG might not be able to do flip-turns though in half the pools without hitting his head on the bottom. Moss would need to wear a swim cap obviously… or corn row it up for the race.

      I also think Dennis Green would make a great D3 swim coach.

    • #41880
      Look Up
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      Brett Favre would wup them all

    • #41881
      wonderboy33
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      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      … but I think that is like Matt Zelen was close to Olympic caliber when his suit fell off.

      Matt Zelen has an Olympic caliber a**, I think we all learned that from suitgate ’97.

    • #41882
      Low Tide
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      I wrote Tim Duncan a while back (on his website) and asked his swim times — never received a reply. Punk.

      In 1995, Steve Tisch of Kalamazoo College was bending over stretching before the 400 medley relay when his suit ripped. There was no time to change before the event so he wore a towel right up until the swimmers were called in the water for the backstroke when he jumped in. We had a fair contingent at the end of the lane (who had also wondered what he was doing wearing a towel for so long) that was cheering him on as he came into the turn — the cheer sounded something like this:

      “Go Steve!!! Gooooo—OHHHHHH!!!!!” Right as he did his flip turn in front of them.

      He never made it on any talk show though.

    • #41883
      Keith
      Member

      @Look Up wrote:

      Brett Favre would wup them all

      Looks like someone needs awesome lessons.

    • #41884

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      Speaking of this, if given a chance to train for one year, I think Kevin Garnet or Randy Moss would be the best swimmers out of pro athletes (major sport). KG might not be able to do flip-turns though in half the pools without hitting his head on the bottom. Moss would need to wear a swim cap obviously… or corn row it up for the race.

      Moss would need more time then that. The Vikings would come in and use the Mankato Pool while I was coaching for the swim club there. The big thing for them was to try and make it under water all the way and Randy would make about Half. Most of my 8 year olds could have smoked most of the players.

    • #41885

      @Low Tide wrote:

      In 1995, Steve Tisch of Kalamazoo College was bending over stretching before the 400 medley relay when his suit ripped. There was no time to change before the event so he wore a towel right up until the swimmers were called in the water for the backstroke when he jumped in. We had a fair contingent at the end of the lane (who had also wondered what he was doing wearing a towel for so long) that was cheering him on as he came into the turn — the cheer sounded something like this:

      “Go Steve!!! Gooooo—OHHHHHH!!!!!” Right as he did his flip turn in front of them.

      He never made it on any talk show though.

      Adam Messner (sp?) from Standford had his suit rip when he got on the blocks for the finals of the 200 free around 2000 at NCAA’s. He was in lane eight so you could see his suit rip getting bigger and bigger through the whole race. It was pretty funny, I saw a tape of it.

    • #41886

      @Its all an ACT wrote:

      Moss would need more time then that. The Vikings would come in and use the Mankato Pool while I was coaching for the swim club there. The big thing for them was to try and make it under water all the way and Randy would make about Half. Most of my 8 year olds could have smoked most of the players.

      Who was the best?

    • #41887

      @Mac of the MIAC wrote:

      @Its all an ACT wrote:

      Moss would need more time then that. The Vikings would come in and use the Mankato Pool while I was coaching for the swim club there. The big thing for them was to try and make it under water all the way and Randy would make about Half. Most of my 8 year olds could have smoked most of the players.

      Who was the best?

      Someone I don’t know the name to, probably did not make the team.

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