"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
I compiled all of the BHGP Podcast intros up to now, including some of their one-off ones. It also includes the intro from the short lived Maize Pants collaboration podcast. Listen to it to prepare for the Iowa game today.
Black Heart Gold Pants has a new podcast up. Go for the opening theme song, stay for some MSU vs Iowa hoops talk. Michigan gets quite a few mentions considering.
Black Heart Gold Pants, the chaotic neutral Iowa sbnation blog, probably has the best sense of humor of any of the college football blogs. This is probably a necessary condition for surviving Iowa football on a consistent basis.
Their podcast has a tradition of co-opting popular summer songs by applying BHGP's particular brand of anarchic semi-despondency: last summer's version was Call Me Maybe.
They've just debuted their new theme song based on Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines. Here's a sample of the corn-fed Iowa goodness:
'We’re gonna 4-and-8 ya, punt from the 38 ya, lose to I-O-Wa State ya"
The link is here: link.
The good folks at BHGP have pieced together why Bielema has moved on. And done so in a form we can all understand. Chart?
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Worth checking out this podcast as Iowa and MSU prepare to play:
Sparty has identified AIRBHG-brother who hates MSU offensive line
Gholston not over-rated just keyed on
MSU starts slow
Burbridge now top receiving threat (i.e., can catch a ball)
Number 1 and 2 TE for MSU both out
Edit: Damn. Mods, board pleeeease?!