You guys really should put these in the m.go.licious links. It's my favorite weekly column on CFB. Just a whole bunch of trash talking:
Makes sense that AT&T is the official cellphone provider of Georgia football what with all those drops and gaps in coverage.
I've seen Georgia fans, and I'll tell you - they're hypocrites when they insist you gotta run more.
Missouri's the best team in the SEC East, and Texas A&M's the best in the West, and that's why they need to strengthen the Invasive Species Act.
Kentucky lost because of someone not being able to read a clock right, which is appropriate.
Almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, the two biggest industries in Kentucky.
At the rate he's going, Charlie Weis gonna be the all time winningest coach in Kansas history. Two wins a year, that's just another 24 years, Jayhawk fans. God's real, and he doesn't like you at all.
You know Oklahomans, though. Just tell 'em the quarterback's an abortion clinic or a science class and they'll shut 'em right down every time.
Well he ain't named Charlie Smart, is he?
Still #1 in donations, about $4,000 ahead of Auburn. Keep donating. Let's win something
What it says in the title, good job Wolverines. After Day 1 out of the $7,000 total donated Michigan has come up with $3244.78 or about 46% of all donations. Michigan leads Auburn by about $1820 after day 1.
1) Michigan - $3,244.78
2) UCLA - $385.28
3) U of Minnesota - $250 (one dude)
4) GT - $222 (also one dude)
5) UGA - $221.94 (as a triple Dawg, that really hurts)
6) Case Western - $182
7) Auburn - $147.22
8) OSU - $163.51
9) U of Houston - $100.06
10) NC State Univ. - $100.00/ U of Oregon - $100.00
This all excludes one donation from Auburn for the sum of $1,277.23, making the grand total somewhere just north of $7,000 for day one.
Not really sure this is thread worthy. Actually, I'm relatively sure it's not, but it made me laugh. Hatin' Ass Spurrier had this take on Michigan's basketball team:
- Two games in and John Beilein's boys have gained zero rushing yard, which makes them the best football team on campus.
Can't believe UNC lost on that timin' issue, especially when all their players got an A in Intermediate Digital Clock Studies.
Tom Izzo's a success because he sticks to his Italian roots: yellin' a lot while everybody else does the work.
If you want to see what the Louisville/Kentucky rivalry is really about, throw some free Plan B in the stands and watch the hair fly.
Michigan is still leading the EDSBS Charity Bowl with a little over 2 days remaining to donate. Texas is now #2 after some huge donations yesterday. Donate now to help Michigan win their 3rd straight EDSBS Charity drive. Donations go to Refugee Resettlement & Immigrations Services of Atlanta.
From the RRISA twitter: