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Tonight’s edition of the Perfect Football Weekend&#153 begins, as promised, with the sad (awwwww!) news that C’boy wideout Miles Austin…is no longer dating Kim Kardashian.

ALL:&#160 Awwwwwwwww.

MERLIN:&#160 So I guess that means no Cabo distractions this year?

VENOMOUS:&#160 One can only hope.

However, if you check out Lifestyle Weekly’s&#160 cover, you’ll find the lusty, busty wench saying thusly:

Kim’s plans for marriage and kids are on hold.

Turning 30, she admits, “I never thought this would be my life”

Well, Kimmie, buttercup – maybe you should have told the boy to turn off the video camera during your little romp in the hay, huh?

Second item of note is of a happier bent:&#160 Texas Christian University’s Amon G. Carter Stadium will (finally!) be getting that concrete-snd-steel surgery it’s been needing.

The idea to upgrade Amon G. Carter Stadium has been around for 50 years. In 2012, TCU’s then-82-year football stadium will have a finished face-lift.

TCU announced a long-rumored $105 million renovation project during a news conference Monday afternoon.

The stadium’s west side and north end zone will be completely revamped, thanks to 34 donors. The first $15 million donation came from the Amon G. Carter Foundation after TCU’s Board of Trustees created a stadium renovation committee in 2006.

The renovated stadium looks to hold about 40,000, which is less than the 47,000 or so it holds now.&#160 OTOH, TCU’s good for about 30,000 or so every week, so it’ll be a little more intimidating for opposing teams that venture into the Purple Pit&#153.

OZY MCCOOL:&#160 As in, more intimidating than it already is.


On to the PFW.&#160 Dallas is in San Diego tomorrow night for Preseason Game Number Three&#153, and they’re a banged up lot, especailly up front on offense.&#160 Marc Columbo had his knee scoped out this week, and Kyle Kosier sprained his MCL in the loss to the Raiders.&#160 TE John Phillips is out for the year (knee), and Martellus Bennett (high ankle) still isn’t back yet, so we’ll see a bunch of no-namers backing up Jason Witten.

Could be a long night for Romo.

Defensively, we’ll see how they do against a halfway-competent offense in Phillip Rivers and the Norv Turner timing game of the Chargers.&#160 Jason Garrett, take copious notes.

We’re back Monday or so for the recap.&#160 In the meantime, c’mon, HDD.&#160 Even a blurb about how you hate exhibition football.&#160 Something just to lemme know yer alive, huh?

UPDATE:&#160 HDD has been located.

According to the SpatulaGoddess (long may she exude massive quantities of hawtness), our biggest Bucky supporter has undergone something of a career change.&#160 He is now in training to receive his Class A over-the-road license.

That’s right, Denizens – we gotz us a real-live trucker on our hands.&#160 (Truck-stop cuties everywhere, beware – he’ll steal y’all’s hearts.&#160 &#160 )

Godspeed, HDD.&#160 We’re praying for you over this way.


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