Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 26, 2023

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    BE THIS GUY  5 months ago

    The Chicago Bears could use Calvin.

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    codycab  5 months ago

    They’re going to get hit with many flags.

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    Robert4170  5 months ago

    Calvin has zero athletic ability.

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    GreasyOldTam  5 months ago

    Well, it is Calvinball. Or soon will be. So, why not?

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    Bilan  5 months ago

    And the opponents win 12 to nothing solely on Calvin’s touchbacks.

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    The Reader Premium Member 5 months ago

    And the crowd goes crazy!

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    Imagine  5 months ago

    Make the best of what you’ve got.

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    californiamonty  5 months ago

    Wasn’t there a pro football placekicker who had a deformed foot which helped him with the kicks?

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    hariseldon59  5 months ago

    Calvin just needs to face in the opposite direction when he kicks the ball.

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    nsr60  5 months ago

    Technically, I don’t think it’s a rule violation to punt with your back to the receiving team. For kickoffs, a kicking tee should solve the problem. (OTOH, he’s Calvin, so maybe not.)

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    jagedlo  5 months ago

    At least you’re able to kick the ball, Calvin as opposed to poor Charlie Brown…

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    gantech  5 months ago

    Funny…that’s exactly what happened when I would kick a ball…

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    Just-me  5 months ago

    Nifty trick Calvin, it’s sure to confuse the opposite team.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Okay, that’s worth a giggle. I remember playing a game we called “kick ball” in grade school. We didn’t chase it or anything, just a bunch of us got out in a clear area and whoever was “up” would kick the ball high as they could and we would try to catch it. Whoever caught it, if anyone, was then the kicker. It wasn’t complicated but it was sort of fun.

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    dflak  5 months ago

    My son’s football team had a kicker who could put backspin on the football. It would bounce back when it hit the ground. This talent came in handy for onside kicks.

    I wonder why other kickers aren’t experimenting with this.

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    BiggerNate91  5 months ago

    Just imagine what he would do with a soccer ball…

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    g04922  5 months ago

    As the Sports commentator says: “And that was a -10 yard kick off, folks”… LOL

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    Sandlapper51  5 months ago

    The wrap for his foot when he kicked the 63 yd FG is (or was) in the Pro Football HOF Canton.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  5 months ago

    It’s going to have to do until Calvin’s legs get longer than the football.

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    mindjob  5 months ago

    Looks like a new sport, but I don’t know what you’d call it

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    Calvins Brother  5 months ago

    Don’t think this will work well for field goals.

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    sandpiper  5 months ago

    Success is all about adjustment to unanticipated circumstances.

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    Ainsley Ashby >>> Globetrotter creator 5 months ago

    hahaha this is on point

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    WCraft Premium Member 5 months ago

    That would be a heck of a fake punt play if someone could actually kick it backwards like that. Or is there a rule that it has to proceed forward only?

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    rshive  5 months ago

    Go with what works, Calvin.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  5 months ago

    Maybe that’s how they should do kickoffs in real life.

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