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James Starks via Wikipedia

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Wikipedia is in my opinion the entertainment version of fact. Since anyone can edit anything on Wikipedia, occasionally you stumble upon nuggets like the one below. It was posted to a Packers Fan Club message board, which I submit for your amusement. Enjoy:


Got this from a friend...watching the draft and not knowing who James Starks is he googled him...Wikepedia often comes up and this is what came up!! To funny...he got and emailed it to me...later to go back and get it to email it to someone else and it was gone...LOL...pretty funny...wonder what that was all about!!
Here's the Wikipedia article.
James Starks
Starks enrolled at the University at Buffalo to play football and was redshirted in 2005. In2006, Starks made a huge impact on the Bulls offense. In his first game, he scored on an 18-yard run in overtime to help the Bulls win, 9-3, in the season opener against the Temple Owls.[2], giving Turner Gill his first victory as a head coach. Starks became the first Buffalo freshman to earn All-MAC honors in 2006[3]. In 2007, Starks started every game at running back and rushed for 1103 yards and 12 touchdowns, earning another Second Team All-MAC honor as Buffalo finished the season co-champions of the MAC East division. In 2008, Starks had an even better season, rushing for 1384 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was also the second-leading receiver on the team with 52 catches and one touchdown. Starks led Buffalo to their first conference championship and first bowl appearance in school history. He was named First Team All-MAC following the season. In 2009, Starks was sidelined for his senior season after suffering a labral tear in his shoulder[4], missing the entire season.
James Starks was drafted by the Green Bay Packers to become a machine running back in the NFL. He will one day rewrite the NFL history books. Once his knees give out from running too much, the Packers will convert him to Quarterback to rewrite the Passing records. Once his arm is thrown out he will moved to kicker and then Punter. After Punter he will be successful at the Packers head coach and go on to win 3 more Super Bowls along with the 2 he won with the Packers during his playing Years. After head coach, he will replace Ted Thompson as GM. After the serving as GM he will become Commissioner of the NFL and then transfer to MLB. After that he will serve 3 terms as President of the US and sucessfully bring peace to the middle East.
James Starks, the man, the myth, the legend . . .