Kirby, it’s always been a dream of mine to see a player from here dressed in red and black. I mean, check out these odds:
According to Scott Pelley’s 60 Minutes report on football in Samoa, a boy born to Samoan parents is 56 times more likely to make it in the NFL than any other kid in America. A lot of that has to do with pure instincts they develop from living in such a rural environment, but even more has to do with fact that with the fact that these islanders are born massive. [Emphasis added.]
Massive? I think I just heard Sam Pittman’s schwing!