All about Paul

Paul Kenney has written about national college football for 15 years. He watched his first college football game, the 1963 Army/Navy game, featuring Roger Staubach, with his dad on the top floor of a Dorchester three-decker. In the past he has hosted a cable and radio national college football radio show. He is a Heisman Trophy voter. Each week he will look ahead to the best games on tap for Saturday.

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15 responses to “All about Paul

  1. The picture is a bit dated – isn’t your hair whiter now? – but the layout is a big improvement.

  2. Another loser on your list

    If A Heisman voter goes 2-3 a few weeks in a row,
    is he subject to a re-call? Didn’t you provide better picks when that dog was choosing back on that not nationally syndicated TV show?
    Final question. If you reach double figures on your list of “subscribers, do you receive increased royalties?
    Seriously, with all the effort you put into your picks, you must be discouraged. Don’t be. Just back off on the research and wing it-it cannot be any worse and you will have more time for home repair projects and other things that normal guys do.

    • Excuse me – what heisman list are you on?!!!!!!!!!
      ps which way do you turn a bulb to loosen ?
      pps. how come i never hear from you when i go 5-0!!

  3. You seem like the type of guy that would have his wife mow the lawn while your watching the game.

  4. danny – how are you?!! great to hear from you!! got three more years to go – on my third name we are now known as massdot-highway division!! how’s that for fancy!! how did yoiu find this site? stay well and merry chirstmas!! and thanks always for a place to parK!!

  5. paulie – we’ve got the bcs bowls up and running – still a big 10 fan – it will be interesting who and when they choose a 12th team- talked to blaudschun of globe he tells me if they grab a big east team pitt- cuse – rutgers it is a 27 month waiting period and a $5 million moving fee!!! stay in touch – this is the last blog of the season.

  6. PAUL: I WAS READING THE GLOBE SPORTS AND SAW THE EXCERPT FROM THE JIM COTTER BOOK. DID YOU PLAY BASEBALL FOR ST. MARGARETS EARLY SIXTIES

    YOU WERE YOUNGER THAN A LOT OF US. BUT THE THING I REMEMBER IS YOU WERE SUCH A NICE KID!! OH YEAH AND YOU COULDN’T GET A BALL BY YOU. OUR TEAMS WEREN’T THAT GOOD BUT WE HAD FUN.

    • Fitz – just saw your question – yeah that was me – nice of you to remember – and did we have fun!! i wouldn’t trade drochester when we grew up for anything. paul

  7. Bob From Chestnut Hill

    Well, you said I do not contact you when you go 5-0, well here you go. I just had to wait a year for it to happen-some “expert” you are!
    Please explain that laundry thing again. It was about as clear as one of your tiresome and too numerous metaphors. Also what is “agita”? Just trying to learn from the wordsmith.

    • laundry – is the game is already over becasue the other team is so intimidated by he oppositions jersey (laundry) the game is already over.

      agaita – is another term for heartburn – stomach distress etc.

      ps thanks for the jinx – went 1-4 but knew it could go like this – could make a case for either side in all he game – only reason not 0-5 miracle finish by auburn – but what a weekend. you can read about it in the recap which is up and running
      pps – fancy address chestnut hill!!!!!!!!!!

  8. First of all where did you find the football you’re holding in the photo? Does Cam get your vote for the Heisman? You have a proud Dorchester tradition to uphold with your vote,” what’s in it for me?” Don’t let Tom Fitzpatricks comment go to your head, I saw a few get by you marathon man.

    • JG- loved the line what’s in it for me!!

      voted: newton – moore (boise st) – luck (stanford)
      as for football – stole it from little house!! kidding – it looks like one of those gems we used to use in the tag rush league in savin hill-

      but you are right can’t shake the neighborhood guys!!
      stay well — pk

  9. can you sign me up for more… ?

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