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Bob Saget’s Saturday Morning Links

Bob Saget

I really miss the 90’s, and Bob Saget turning 57 today really doesn’t help me forget the loss of Full house and him as a host on America’s Funniest Home Videos. When his was growing up, he wanted to be everything but an actor, but thankfully his poor grades kept him from being a doctor and brought him into the heart of America as Danny Tanner. It is hard to put into words what Bob Saget means to the world today, but thankfully we have Urban Dictionary and high school students to do that for us.

Bob Saget, best known for his role as Danny on “Full House,” is the best thing to ever happen to the world. He is a hero to pretty much everyone, but to some students at Hermitage High School in particular. He, along with the legendary Kimi Gibler, is the perfect person. He motivates everyone to be the best that they can be, especially at Fancy Pants Adventure World 2. We would be lost without him and his face on our crappy computers. Long live the Saget.

While sitting on Journalism, Taylor Hudson said, “Ayo Bob Sagety!” when she saw his face on the wall. Mrs. Lindbloom just shook her head and went back to being her usual depressed, 85 year old self.


Here are some Saturday Morning links:

-The Preakness is today and California Chrome is a favorite to win again. While there was worry for the colt after a he was caught coughing Thursday morning, the vet discovered it was simply a small blister in the horse’s throat.

-Alex Poythress tried out his ‘coaching’ skills this past week in Clarksville, Tenn. Where he volunteered at Byrns-Darnden Elementary school for their field day.

– ESPN’s Jim Trotter discusses the discipline imbalance between coaches and players in the NFL by reviewing three separate incidents among owners which had not disciplinary action.

– The FIFA World Cup host said the roof of the Sao Paulo stadium will not be fully finished in time for the tournament starting in a couple weeks. This announcement comes with criticism for the city after several health and safety issues have plagued the stadium construction.

UK Softball won it’s NCAA opener against Ohio, 2-0. The win was thanks to Senior Lauren Cumbess, who had two RBIs in the match-up, after going 0-for-11 in the SEC Tournament last weekend.

-Auburn decided to give itself three more national championships in football, causing an uproar of those who actually won the title. I seem to remember Louisville trying something like this.

-Oklahoma City Thunder’s power forward Serge Ibaka is expected to miss the rest of the postseason due to a left calf injury. This gives a huge blow to the team as they look to take on the Spurs this weekend.


Article written by Courtney Hessler

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3 Comments for Bob Saget’s Saturday Morning Links

  1. Mr Obvious
    10:18 am May 17, 2014 Permalink

    California Chrome is a he. Have a good day

  2. boo boo
    1:44 pm May 17, 2014 Permalink

    If this is the case Kentucky has claim to AT LEAST one during Bear Bryant and one in the ’80s.

  3. Claims
    11:57 am May 18, 2014 Permalink

    Heck, UK claims 3-4 “national” championships amongst their 8 in basketball, when they really mean “NCAA” championships… since some of those came when the NCAA Championship was NOT considered the national championship. Why should UK have all the fun?