Of all the real-life characters in Friday Night Lights, Brian Chavez would surely have been voted Least Likely To Be Caught Brawling After Permian High Football Games Into Middle Age.
Longform has been killin' it these days. Yesterday, they reprinted this classic from Buzz Bissinger:
The internet loves a few things more than the regular population does. Chief among them are animated GIFs, pornography, and scripted NBC shows. But the internet does not love Mitt Romney. So when Romney co-opted the motivational cry of Friday Night Lights's Dillon Panthers, the internet smelled cynicism and…
This Friday Night Lights supercut would appear to encompass some 42 percent of the show's entire dialogue, but that's a rough, unscientific estimate on our part. Maybe Mike Leach contribute some new lines for the movie script.
If you watched all five seasons of Friday Night Lights, you know that it ended pretty much perfectly, insofar as any program that almost got canceled numerous times and was bounced from network TV to an obscure satellite-only channel can coherently wrap things up narrative-wise. And yet, from the second the show went…
And so it ended, on the blackest of Black Fridays, with the Knox City Greyhounds unable to muster the strength to vanquish an undefeated foe which had already bested them on the field of six-man Texas-football war.
It was foretold. By Chad McGhee. On this site. Knox City was predestined to face Throckmorton. With these words: "I truly believe that. I'm just getting that signal that we will meet again and we will be able to beat them." And that's exactly what Knox City will do on Black Friday. Well, the meeting. Not the…
Yes, Chad McGhee's favorite six-man high-school football team is one step closer to the dream because "the knox city greyhounds are the bi-district CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!!"
Part of Chad McGhee feels bad for the kids on a Paint Creek Pirates football team that got 45-ruled by the mighty Knox City Greyhounds on the first play of the third quarter Friday night. This is likely because Chad is riding the joylightning of a 46-0 victory which clinched a playoff berth for the Knox City boys.
Back-to-back wins over undefeated 1A 6 Man 1 Region III District 9 (6 Man) teams were not meant to be for the mighty Knox City Greyhounds who suffered a 72-50 loss to the mightier Throckmorton Greyhounds. This, after Chad emerged from the tunnel at a pep rally to Aerosmith's "Dude Looks Like A Lady" clad in…
Our favorite Texas high-school football fan/aspiring pro wrestler Chad McGhee was in the booth Friday night when his beloved Knox City Greyhounds faced the 7-0 Gordon Longhorns. Make that the 7-1 Gordon Longhorns. Per Chad's Facebook page in those giddy hours immediately after the showdown:
Chad McGhee's wrestling debut went well Saturday, despite the fact that it "didn't go exactly as I planned." He and his tag-team partner Big Dogg did not prevail. Woe was they.
We'll be catching up with Chad McGhee later in the week to get more details about last night's Knox City Showdown charity event. However, if you can't wait until Tuesday or Wednesday to hear how his bout with Coach Charles "The Animal" Steele went, the good folks at the Abilene Reporter-News were kind enough to send…
The mighty Knox City Greyhounds scrapped back to within a game of .500 on this roller coaster of a season with a resounding 56-8 over pathetic Vernon Northside. It wasn't all lollypops and unicorns, superfan Chad McGhee reported earlier today, though.
The mighty Knox City Greyhounds got back on the right side of the scoreboard by defeating the Woodson Cowboys 46-0. A marvelous victory. A redemptive victory.
Last Friday was not a good day for the Knox City Greyhounds. In fact, per superfan Chad McGhee, "it went bad." Like 54-8 bad. "Nightmare on Elm Street" bad. "I pray to the Lord that this team regroups and gets their heads out of their asses hopefully" bad.
When KFDX from Wichita Falls, Texas needed someone to shout-out the big Knox City/Newcastle game last weekend, they knew Chad McGhee was the man for them.
You should have heard the excitement in Chad McGhee's tone during the weekly call. It was unparalleled in football analytica. Such is what one would expect when the mighty Knox City Greyhounds got off the schneid with a 47-0 victory over the Rule Bulldogs.
Saddled with an opening week loss that was blamed on referees and/or improper footwear, the Knox City Greyhounds needed something big to happen.
As you probably already know, the Knox City Greyhounds lost their season opener to Crowell 47-36.