a vitally important recap of all the dumb tweets sent during the Harbaugh coaching search
So, I saw something ridiculous tonight and was in a sharing mood (i.e., looking for a way to avoid being productive). Hence this post. First of all, I want to say that I can't stand the over-the-top, cheesy NBA-style game introductions with the smoke machines, overly-dramatic videos, and either techno music or ACDC style rock. We're here to watch a friggin athletic competition. This isn't professional wrestling.
Anyway, because I'm in Boston and don't have BTN, I was unable to witness our routine pounding by the hands of OSU, and instead opted for Duke vs Wake Forest. By the way, I've always hated Duke - not quite sure why - they seem like a lot of good kids playing out there - but recently I've kind of been pulling for them ever since we beat them. But I digress.
The whole point of my post that I'm meandering to is to talk about Wake Forest's pregame ritual. It starts off like the typical cheesy intro - the flashing lights, Guns 'N Roses, etc. But then a really great moment occurs. The Demon Deacon mascot revs up a motorcycle and takes it onto the court. However, he apparently is not allowed to actually "ride" the motorcycle on the court. Instead, he has to waddle about, pushing the motorcycle with his feet on the ground. Perhaps my description doesn't do it justice, but you have to imagine - the roaring crowd, Guns N Roses, the motorcycle engine revving - and then this awkward-looking mascot having to push his way around like an adult on a kid's bike where his legs are too long to reach the pedals. It's really high comedy. This is supposed to scare Duke? This is supposed to get people excited?
So, I don't know whether that's funny or not, but I've already written it, so I might as well post it. I would apologize for wasting your time, but if you're reading Diaries on Mgoblog, you're probably looking to kill some time anyway. See ya on the flip side.