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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Snow Snorkeling

With the college football season and recruiting over, it gets harder and harder to fill the MZone with the quality, hard hitting journalism you come to expect (and by hard hitting, naturally I'm talking about cheerleader-turned-porn stars and Buckstache sightings).

Luckily, like the rest of America during the winter months, we're glued to the U.S. Snow Snorkeling Championship taking place in Minnesota this week. Below is a picture of Ted Gunderman of Spokane who was in first place after the technical program but was forced to withdraw due to frostbite in a certain area following his freestyle performance below.

Best of of luck to Ted on making a full recovery.


beast in 'bama said...

If that's the "technical program," I don't want to be around for the freestyle, thank you very much.

Out of Conference said...

Let me know when the women's competition starts.

beast in 'bama said...

I didn't read the original post very well, did I?

Since that picture is from the freestyle, I guess I'll just go blind right now.

Cool Hand Mike said...

Something tells me that if you go on the DL in that sport, it's longer than 15 days.

Out of Conference said...

Too true CHL - and if Beck Weathers's experience with frostbite on his fingers on Everest is any indication, it's also shorter than 3 inches when it's all said and done.

Cool Hand Mike said...

I go by Mike. My porn name is Cool Hand Luke North...King of the Money Shot.

Go Blue Gabe said...
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Go Blue Gabe said...

Thank goodness this wasn't a picture of the backstroke portion of the competition.