Super Bowl bound.

Super Bowl bound.

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    Super Bowl bound.

    Well this is something I have always wanted to see since I was a kid growing up in NW Missouri. I don't really remember Super Bowl IV but 50 years later the underdogs KC Chiefs are going to Super Bowl LIV.
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    I watched them getting beat in the very first one by Green Bay. I watched them beat Minnesota . Coach took football team to a game and sat in end zone and watched them beat Denver 49-0.
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    We used to go to the Chiefs games at Arrowhead stadium in KC. Company would hire a bus and get some rooms for whoever went at a big discount, then the bus would drop us off right at the gate.
    Heck I wanted to stay in the parking lot with the tailgaters. Those people know how to party!
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    My family has been Chiefs fans for decades. We just about talked ourselves into buying tickets for today's game too. Couldn't talk ourselves into sitting in 20* weather, and I have to admit it was pretty nice watching in my recliner lol.
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    Mahommes is a hell of a quarterback

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    What was the name of the former Chiefs player that was a ranch foreman on Mullendore Ranch for a time? Can't recall his name now, we met him once in Elgin, KS at the cafe. Would have been early 80's.
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    EJ Hollib

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    Quote Originally Posted by okbob View Post
    What was the name of the former Chiefs player that was a ranch foreman on Mullendore Ranch for a time? Can't recall his name now, we met him once in Elgin, KS at the cafe. Would have been early 80's.
    EJ Hollib. That big, crippled up man could sure ride a horse and he was always mounted on the best. I remember Clint and EC Mullendore giving him a hard time about looking like a gorilla riding a Shetland whenever he would ride a colt. He could grab you by your neck muscle on your shoulder and all but make you piss your pants. Don't know where he's at or if he's still alive, but a very good man IMO.

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    Yes that's him thanks! Giant hand of steel when I shook his hand as I remember it at age 10 or 11. Looks like he passed away last September.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okbob View Post
    Yes that's him thanks! Giant hand of steel when I shook his hand as I remember it at age 10 or 11. Looks like he passed away last September.
    Did not know that. Thanks for letting me know.

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