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Research is the key in The Game Of All Games (http://www.stiffs.com), and information is precious. Therefore, DO NOT blurt out anything you may have heard about a celebrity's health, or even the fact that a famous person is really old, UNLESS that info has appeared on stiffs.com's SickTicker, OR, you have seen or heard it yourself on CNN, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, Fox, AND the Drudge Report. When in doubt, shut the fuck up.

Please also refrain from making public the names of any write-in candidates that have not yet been approved by the Fame Committee. If you don't know what the Fame Committee is, see this immediately: www.stiffs.com/blog/kpr

Be aware, too, that this forum is NOT the place to promote your own shitty dead pool.

One more rule: have fun.

Augie Garrito, 79

Postby FeastingMaggots » Thu Mar 15, 2018 11:19 am

Took over at the University of Texas at Austin from Cliff Gustafson who at the time was the winningest college baseball coach of all time and then went on to eclipse Gustafson's record. He coached 3 National Championships at Fullerton State (one of them over U.T. in the final game) and 2 National Championships at U.T.

Mike Martin at FSU is closing in on his wins record. I'm glad I got him to sign a ball for me during a game at Stanford last year. He gave me a big smile when I told him I thought his greatest achievement was in 1979 when his Fullerton St team was the first team ever to lose the first game and then come out of the losers' bracket and win the National Title. It was his 1st National Title and he was the only college coach to win a National Title in 4 different decades.

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Augie, beware the Ides of March!
Do the right thing! Give Vince Young HIS Heisman Trophy! Jan. 4th 2006 he proved to the world who was the best player in college football for the 2005 season.
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