I won’t even try to hide my glee. I’m so very glad that Texas Tech beat the snot out of Mississippi State last night. That wasn’t just a beating, it was a physical beat-down, by a program that is not historically known for being “physical.”
And it made me very happy. That clown had that coming.
Yep. Coachie got some rattlesnake in him. I have never once denied that.
Love me some service academy football. Army beat Air Force. Air Force beat Navy. Navy beat Army. I will say this. Of the three, right now Air Force has the best athletes.
That was impressive, Houston Cougars.
Definition of fan ambivalence (at least this fan). Au Jus vs. The Quacks. Can they both lose? By 50?
Here’s player leadership. Saban hasn’t had to say a word. His “guys” took care of it. “Yeah, I know this isn’t normal. Yeah, I know we don’t get to do any of the fun stuff we would normally do during bowl week. I don’t care. None of your happy asses are leaving this hotel, except to go to practice. This is a business trip. Are we clear?”
Cincinnati could beat them. (It’s possible.) But COVID won’t. That’s being rational.
And…we officially add Carson Wentz to the ever-expanding Idiot List.
I admit it. I’m praying for Bruce Arians. I’m scared for him. Bruce is 69. He is a three-time cancer survivor of three different types of cancer. He is fully vaxxed and boosted, which is what will end up saving his life.
The only people who don’t understand this concept are the people who don’t want to understand it.
I invite you to move over to today’s news blog for my reflections on the passing of John Madden.