things go poorly
Notre Dame, Syracuse, Rutgers, and Maryland to the Big Ten.
WFNI report also cited on Syracusefan.com.
(Title edited to not be such a cock-tease.)
According to Orangebloods.com, Colorado had a major meeting today and will likely be making a major announcement tomorrow. Speculation from other Big 12 schools is that they will announce that they are joining the Pac 10, which would be a masterful move by both the school and the conference to head off Baylor.
I do not know how conference alignment will shake out. I do not know Demar Dorsey's football future.
Very few of us here are THE KNOWLEDGE, and so we instead live lives frought with uncertainty, beset on all sides by mystery, impatient for answers cannot yet know, and may not yet exist.
What else don't you know? It could be anything. I'll begin:
I don't know how you translate I Will by The Beatles into a language that doesn't use modal verbs. Slightly different issue with And She Was by The Talking Heads. How does this work?
I don't know how beavers know which way to run after they've taken their last bite out of a tree. If you've ever felled a tree before, you know it's always important not to get crushed by the tree, but then we have big brains and chainsaws and wikis. How does the beaver manage this?
Do you have the answer? What don't you know?
Because I love being OT lately (see http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/ot-alan-ameche-story ) I figured I would make the a clearly worded subject line (unlike my previous post which absolutely 100% ignores rules about subjects for posts) and let everyone know that Orson Wells was right, Will Smith and the US Marshall from 'The Fugitive' have gone back to work ('MIB III' is soon to be a reality, but a for real reality not just movie reality), ID4, or the non-sense abbreviation for 'Independence Day' is coming soon, and 'Mars Attacks', with all it's famous actors (seriously, look up how many famous people were in such a bad movie) is now 'Saturn's Biggest Moon, Titan, Attacks,' (also known as 'Clash of the Titans'?)because new life may be lurking on Saturn's biggest moon.
For those of you not wanting to read it, the headline is misleading, like most news, to grab your attention and make you read it. Life isn't a huge possibility, but there is some possibility that life forms on Titan are using Hydrogen (rather than Oxygen like on earth) to live. Just thought it was interesting and I know there are a lot of space/NASA nuts in the mgocommunity.
Per Bruce Feldman on Twitter. Not much of a surprise until they know exactly who is available.
At the NBA Finals in LA