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Monday, September 14, 2009

Joe Buck Live, Take 2: Who's Gonna Call Him a Cocksucker.com Connoisseur This Time?

Posted By on Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 4:00 PM

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This just in to the Unreal e-mail bag. The second installment of HBO's quarterly Joe Buck Live show's slated for Tuesday, September 22. Per the press release (boldface is ours):
In addition to a previously announced live gathering featuring three of the NFL's all-time great quarterbacks - Dan Marino (Dolphins), John Elway (Broncos) and Joe Namath (Jets) - Buck will host a roundtable discussion with newsmakers Jerry Jones (owner of the Dallas Cowboys) and Mark Cuban (owner of the Dallas Mavericks). Buck will also go one-on-one with former baseball star Curt Schilling, who is among the most opinionated observers on the sports scene.
The burning question, of course, is: Who'll take up the challenge Artie Lange threw down with his obscenity-drenched rant during episode one on June 15? If your memory's hazy, after Buck allowed that his favorite website is TMZ.com, pottymouthed comedian Lange posited that next on Buck's list was "suckingcock.com."

This time around, Unreal's money is on Cuban. Least likely? Namath.

Following is a poll, complete with the odds as we see them:


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