Gotta love 'Bama football.I guess Go Bama, Roll Tide Roll is out of the question?
GT vs ND. 1980. Curry was the "coach" and was leading the Jackets to the worst record in their history. Notre Dame was #1.My late father-in-law's favorite line was: "My two favorite Teams are Alabama and whoever the hell is playing Notre Dame!"
I once went on a sales call in South Bend IN and the rep I was with made the comment: "If Notre Dame was playing the Taliban, I'd pull for the terrorists."My late father-in-law's favorite line was: "My two favorite Teams are Alabama and whoever the hell is playing Notre Dame!"
As long as he had it and was getting better, I'm fine. The big question is whether the Covid came after the flu, and whether you ever really get over it and are subject to relapse like shingles or a cold. I would really like to hear about people who have had it and recovered, and what those numbers look like.It seems each day they find an athlete who tests positive.
Even the horse races have had outbreaks. A jockey tested positive with corona here in San Diego... The jockey had a very mild case it seems. Part of me wonders if the tests are correct, they say there have been problems with the tests.
Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to his agent Brian Beach. Espinoza is the third high-profile jockey to test positive in the last few days. Martin Garcia announced he was positive as did Luis Saez, who was tested at Keeneland.
Espinoza, Garcia and Saez rode at Los Alamitos over the weekend. Garcia had been riding in the Midwest, winning the Iowa Derby at Prairie Meadows. Saez recently raced at Belmont Park, Indiana Downs and Keeneland.
Beach said that Espinoza learned of the results Friday night after he was taken off his mounts at Del Mar as a precaution. He was tested Thursday in Orange County but because of a machine malfunction had to be retested in La Jolla on Friday.
“He had some flu-like symptoms early in the week but was feeling much better but decided to get the test just to be safe after hearing the Martin Garcia news,” Beach said in a text to The Times.
Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza has tested positive for the coronavirus, the third high-profile jockey to test positive in the last few days.www.latimes.com