1.08.2008

Dark Days Ahead

Well, the college football season came to a close last night which means my depression is sure to follow. Where's the Paxil online prescription web site? But, as we bring the curtain down, the final AP and Coaches Polls were released with Tech managing to make it in and the Evil Empire even having a Top Ten finish in one of them.

But with only three weeks left of NFL action (and with a very real possibility the Cowboys are down to one week - get ready for my Sport Genius prediction later this week), the dark days of sports are coming. The NBA? Kill me. Baseball? Triple Kill me. March Madness? Ok, don't kill me for the opening weekend.

11 comments:

Pseudonym said...

Barry you need a pick me up so how about a picture of Willa Ford, wife of the Dallas Star's Mike Madano. Hockey players only marry hot women.

Anonymous said...

Amen about basketball. Five hundred time outs in the last two minutes of play when it gets close--good grief.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of last nights game, did you see the Ohio State twirler boy at half time? HOLY HELL, WHAT A MO!

Anonymous said...

The only thing harder to defend than the BCS is a conference like the Big 10 that is too chicken to have a conference championship game and just sits there waiting for all the REAL conferences to beat each other bloody. Then they claim the right to compete for the national championship. If this year doesn't bring about some change in format (hopefully playoffs), then I predict the best years for NCAA football have already passed and like other tainted sports, future records will have to include an asterik.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of last nights game, did you see the Ohio State twirler boy? Holy Hell, WHAT A MO!!!

Anonymous said...

Is there an echo in here?

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the double posts. Good ol Communicomm has the farts today.

Anonymous said...

Once again, TCU with 3 bowl wins in a row, gets nothing!

House of R & R said...

2:25 That was funny.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately for TCU, their weak schedule and weak bowl opponents don't measure much. But how do you suppose SMU got the Hawaii coach to come to Dallas? That must have taken one big basket of $$$$. What happens when both NTU and TCU whomp poor ole SMU? Maybe they'll schedule Baylor to multi games a year.

rpm said...

Dark days??

Daytona, February.

'nuff said!