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VIDEO: Belichick mourning loss at Pebble Beach

Posted on: February 11, 2012 6:38 pm
By Josh Katzowitz

For those who have a problem with Rob Gronkowski dancing shirtless a few hours after the Patriots Super Bowl XLVI loss, they'll probably be infuriated with the video you’ll see below -- namely Bill Belichick enjoying his time playing golf at Pebble Beach this weekend with Alabama coach Nick Saban.

“It’s awesome,” Belichik said. “It’s great to spend time with Nick and the pros here. Just to be out here at Pebble Beach.”

And though Belichick, we assume, hadn’t played golf since August, he apparently played quite well and made the cut with Ricky Barnes at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. It’s not like he was dancing shirtless (though check out the hoodie he wears in the interview with Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo), but still, it’s disappointing he wasn’t mourning the Super Bowl XLVI loss for at least a week (I kid, I kid).

“It’s been tough,” Belichick said. “It’s a tough couple days, but Pebble Beach is a great spot to take your mind off some of the troubles we had.”

And as an added bonus, I’ll go ahead and post this video of Aaron Rodgers and Darius Rucker. It’s awesome: Rodgers and Rucker together again, a long-awaited reunion that finally came to fruition.

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Since: Aug 31, 2006
Posted on: February 12, 2012 2:18 am

VIDEO: Belichick mourning loss at Pebble Beach


Since: May 10, 2011
Posted on: February 11, 2012 9:23 pm

VIDEO: Belichick mourning loss at Pebble Beach

I like the video of "Hootie" and Rodgers.  I had the pleasure of sitting next to Hootie at a blackjack table years ago.  As I recall it was the casino next to the Princess hotel in Freeport Bahamas.  He seems to be a man who pursues his passions, of which golf and blackjack seem to be prominent.  He is blessed to have the ability to pursue them at his own pace.  In my opinion he is deserving of those blessings.  My time next to him was both memorable and enjoyable, he is a modern day "mans' man.

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