Will Brinson of CBSSports.com writes:
Growing up in Sunday school the way I did, you learned your “begats”:
- “And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methuselah…” (Genesis 5:21).
Here’s how this old-fashioned verb works:
- You beget today. (You bring something into existence.)
- You begat or begot yesterday.
- (And you’ve begotten in the past participle.)
So those sacks begot an injury for Luck, and report on it begat a post from me, all of which has begotten this Lucky little teaching moment. Sort of like Sunday school, but with shoulder pads.