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>Dinner With the Legends

9 November 2005

>For those of you who were previously unaware, Runnin’ with the ‘Dogs has correspondents from all over the country, nay, the world. You might be surprised, but it’s true. We have top-of-the-line hockey analysts here, here, here, here, and even here. Anyway, RWD sat down with three other legendary Bulldog fans, our combined Bulldog fan-dom spanning over 150 years. Bulldog hockey hasn’t even been around for 150 years, so that’s pretty great. We discussed a myriad of topics, including:

-my new job as assistant coach (great start, 3 points against the Gophers! However, some were skeptical of the legitimacy of the “article”)

-Kerry Rodd getting the axe (I was, shamefully, unaware, but apparently since he had “no idea where the puck was,” it’s a good thing to some of the crew)

-the recap of the game in the Star Tribune (no one gives the ‘Dogs credit, either they get replaced with superhuman robots or the Gophers get injected with sedatives and can’t skate, it’s never just that the ‘Dogs are better)

-Harrington’s skate in the face of Reichmuth (horrifying, and one of the crew even thought it was intentional. However, that person sometimes makes claims even more outrageous than I do.)

-Friday night’s game (I was the only one who saw it. I had to explain quite a bit, and do some reenacting)

-This website (most had never read it, one was complaining about the slowness of the updates, but for crying out loud, I’m coaching a team and working another grueling and irritating job!)

-Deer hunting (one-time contributer UMDDogz shot one)

This weekend, the RWD team is taking a road trip up to Duluth for the Saturday game of the North Dakota series. Next week’s posting will probably be even later, but might be accompanied by pictures.

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