Monthly Archives: September 2008

All you know is at an end.

w t f ?!

w t f ?!

Apparently Rick Neuheisel’s pact with Satan is still in effect as gutty little Bruins edged out Tennessee in overtime.

I work with a Volunteer fan; he didn’t even know who Tennessee was opening up against. I, being a fan of all-things bad that can happen to Rick Neuheisel, cheerfully pointed out that Tennessee would be playing UCLA at Westwood. UCLA, of course, has had their off-season woes and I assured my co-worker that Tennesse should be able to walkout of LA with a win.

Yah, that pretty much shows what I know.

If this is what Norm Chow and Ricky Neuheisel can do with a thrid-string quarterback, USC had better watch-out when UCLA actually gets their first-stringers healthy.

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The Nebraska Wayward, pt 002

Bo Pelini and his Cornhuskers win their first game of the 2008 season.

Pelini Maximus!

Pelini Maximus!

Consider us entertained!

Some posters over at the Huskerboard are thinking that Nebraska should be ranked. If you are also thinking that, please put down the koolaid and walk it off for a bit. Seriously.

Nebraska beat a MAC team. No disrespect to the MAC (some of my favorite coach are in the MAC), but it’s still the MAC and most Big XII teams are expected to beat teams from this confernece. Unless you’re Baylor.

Sorry, Baylor: we’ve just come to expect (heck, we anticipate!) that you’re gonna lose. In fact when people tell me that Baylor wins, it’s like I’m being setup for a punchline or something.

Not to go to far off of the tangent here, but could someone PLEASE explain to me why Baylor is in the Big XII? Why not TCU? Or Rice? Heck, why not SMU? They were crippled after the death penalty and you’d have to be watch them like a hawk to keep them on the straight and narrow, but at least the Mustangs have had a tradition for winning with National Championships to back up the claim.

Baylor? You’re just taking up room that could have gone to another team. ANY other team.

God, it sucks to be you.

And don’t EVEN get me started about Texas A&M.