Why Gunn Titans are better than Paly Vikings in football

BACK IN BLACK: Gunn Titans Football are the best 956th rated team in the history of anything, and are better than the Paly Vikins, the numbers no lie

BACK IN BLACK: Gunn Titans Football are the best 956th rated team in the history of anything, and are better than the Paly Vikins, the numbers no lie


Paly is 1 and 1 with an aggregate score of 30 for and 61 against.

Gunn is 0 and 2 with an aggregate score of 39 for and 42 against.

Gunn’s 39 points is 30 percent better than Paly’s 30.

Gunn’s defense is likewise 50 percent better than Paly’s

To the extent that MaxPreps has Paly at 361 in the state, and Gunn 9569(?!), or that Daily News has Paly over Gunn and top five in circulation era, this represents a lot of bias. I’m sick of the bias, and I’m not alone.

Who is with me and saying Gunn rules and Paly stinks? (except the ones that they recruit, from Ventura District, who are merely misguided or their parents have issues).

Also: why does The Palo Alto Weekly embargo Gunn football news? Maybe a boycott or at least a petition is in order.

I saw Max McGee, the superintendent of schools and not the Super Bowl hero, on the sidelines of Gunn’s marvelous clash with Carlmont – -I doubt he would stand any of this baiting and bias by the local press. Let’s ask him.

Good luck, lads, againt the Branham Bruins, or whoever they are — thankfully they are near an expressway — take 280 to 85 to 17 and exit Camden, then listen for “Go Titans” warm-ups and you will know where you are, in a John McPhee Bill Bradley sense.

Also: maybe Gunn and Paly should play each other after all, I mean after CCS, like what Ring Lardner used to call The City Serious.

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About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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