South Bend has been the home of all things magic since the beginning of the College Football season. 7 things (one for every period of basketball played) I’ve learned tonight after 5 overtimes and 26 lead changes between two of the Big East’s top teams.
espn.com has the weirdest headings
The first round of NBA matchups is under way, and all 4 teams in the opening round are making strong cases for advancing to the next round. Who’s it gonna be?
This could be really, really helpful in the coming days as we try and figure out whether or not we have enough feedback in order to allow voting on teams to happen. I’d really like it to happen, but we’d need more than a few votes to make this worthwhile. Thanks for the feedback in advance.
Part 1 of a 5 part series on some
All Star teams that should actually exist
Disclaimer: yes, this is a real show.
Okay, I’m on a roll. Sledding in freezing weather is really cold. However, this is about the Pitt game tomorrow.
I’ll be back tomorrow to talk about the Pitt game against Depaul after the 4 pm start. However, this might be a really fun post.
Looking toward tomorrow’s game:
James Robinson: I firmly believe his starting spot should be removed; however, who the hell is going to replace him? There’s really nobody who could replace him, but he’s hurting the team more than helping it. Robinson, get out of the lineup.
Talib, you’re a beast. I guess our best offensive rebounder who doesn’t wear large oven mitts for gloves can stay on the floor.
Patterson – best 3 point shooter on a consistent basis – stay on the floor, play defense, and hit your threes
Adams – if it didn’t look like God forgot to give you hands, I’d love you. However, you will be the key to the rest of the season. Keep working, and we will beat Depaul and maybe Cuse.
Woodall – lead. that’s all you have to do.
I’d like to point out that PBA is a real thing; it’s actually not made up, and ESPN legitimately shows some events that are completely irrelevant to 99.9% of society, and probably 99% of the people who watch ESPN. I mean, really, who the hell watches ESPN for the bowling? If you want to watch bowling, you take your grandma to the lanes and count how many times she rolls the ball into the gutter. However, ESPN continues to show old men throw 16 pound balls down a greased up lane to hit tall, white poles. If I’m not mistaken, this sounds like a set up to an adult movie. They’d probably get more viewers, actually…Sunday afternoons not in October, November, December, or January should not involve any sort of bowling whatsoever. I’d almost rather see ESPN8 on normal television programming than PBA – sorry to say it, but it’s a proven fact that very few people under the age of 50 will watch old men throw bowling balls on a Sunday afternoon. Really.