The Miami 305’s Triumph Victoriously

Rookie 305’s spread the wealth, victoriously surpassing seasoned veteran.

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9 September 2008

 

Despite all the smack-talk, the veteran El Pollo Diablo’s were unable to match the output of the Rookie 305’s. Frank Gore, former standout running back from The U, led all 305’s scorers with 21 points. “Hey, eventhough The U has been known as Quarterback U for decades now, the Canes still can churn out RB’s,” said The Miami 305’s coach Rob Rubinoff. “When it comes to game-day, there’s no-one else I’d like to be handling the pigskin than a former Miami Hurricane,” Rubinoff quiped.

Rob Bridges, coach of the disappointing El Pollo Diablo (The Devil Chicken), was not able to be reached before press. However, a spokesperson for Mr. Bridges, his 5 year old daughter, released the following statement to the media:

“My Daddy is very mean when he looses. He was crying and throwing popcorn all over the family room. Mom said he even kicked the dog. I know Daddy picked a crappy team, but please – for the love of us little kids – please let my Daddy win next week.”

When asked to comment on the Diablo’s press release, Miami 305’s coach Rubinoff relented “Yeah – I wish I hadn’t beat up so much on those Diablo’s. You sure hate to mess with someone’s emotional balance and serenity… But when it comes to game-day, there’s no-one else I’d like to be handling the pigskin than a former Miami Hurricane.”

Next up for The Miami 305’s – Verde’s Vampires.

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