|By Jay Greeson, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
From the "Talk Too Much studios," let's go.
There are two qualities that everyone believes they have. Everyone believes they have a sense of humor and everyone thinks they hate to lose worse than anyone. (Side note: Until you can cite full-blown tantrums or not-speaking to your future-wife for almost an hour after losing a game of darts, don't mention the 'hate to lose' level to the 5-at-10. Hey, we're not proud about it, we're just sharing some background.)
OK, where were we. Ah yes, everyone thinks they're funny and super-competitive. And we're right there with everybody -- we think we're funny and we hate to lose.
Now, after watching million-dollared cars parked on pit row at Daytona for hours on Sunday, we remember a feeling as passionate as the hatred of losing. Think back to your little league days. You're dressed in your 'Chico Bail Bonds'
And then it starts raining. And there under the cover of the concession stand it starts to become apparent that the day is done. Stupid rain outs. (That's when we started telling jokes, but that's a snother story for another time.)
If there's a silver lining to these storm clouds, it's that you have until the start of the race to get in the Ricky Bobby (If you ain't first, you're last) Challenge. Send us who you think will finish first and 43rd in the Daytona 500 -- whenever they run they dang thing.
Stupid rain outs.
The 5-at-10 loves the draft. You know this.
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Everyone is talking about the physical merits of RG III, and
Griffin's impressive display -- he was also measured at a smidge under 6-foot-3, putting to rest questions about his height -- made the Heisman winner a slam dunk at No. 2, and that greatly pleases the