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OBNUG's Kevan Lee gets proverbially quoted



Good job Kevan, you know you have made it when you've been quoted by Tom Scott!

 http://blogs.ktvb.com/slant/2009/08/instate-kids-in-the-middle-of.html

Line of the day comes from Kevan Lee of obnug.com (One Bronco Nation Under God): "With the city of Boise behind him, wife Chrissy supporting him, and Chris Myers watching from the bushes at least 50 feet away as mandated by a restraining order, Ian Johnson is doing everything he can to nail down a roster spot with the Minnesota Vikings. Everything, that is, short of being Albert Young." Lee speaks of the former Iowa Hawkeye who sits at No. 3 among Minnesota running backs--ahead of Johnson, although the Vikings' first depth chart shows Young and Johnson with "or" in between them for the third-string spot, along with two other players. Jud Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune said yesterday on Idaho SportsTalk he wouldn't be surprised to see Ian end up on the practice squad.

Proverbial... when you start saying proverbial, you just can't stop saying proverbial.

Proverbial.

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