November 5th, 2010 at 9:31 AM ^

I clicked on this link expecting to hear about how the football team will be running out of the tunnel with strips of bacon that they would then whip at the banner with as they ran through.  But I guess the commentary you provided is good too.


November 5th, 2010 at 9:56 AM ^

I wish I could have a grilled BLT for lunch today.  Thick slices of bacon with juicy tomato and lettuce piled up on bread with some provolone cheese on top.  Then have it buttered and grilled on a panini press.  I need to find one of these ASAP.


November 5th, 2010 at 4:04 PM ^

More info on Tactical Bacon...


"Now what exactly makes this bacon so tactical?

Firstly, the 9-ounce can has an amazing shelf life of ten years. Once you pop the top, you’ll uncover 54 bacon strips coiled up and smooshed together in lard for $15.99. Moreover, it’s advertised as a perfect companion for camping, hunting, zombie standoffs, end-of-the-world scenarios and more. Plus, you could probably use an unopened can as a defense mechanism."


November 5th, 2010 at 4:23 PM ^

I don't eat meat and because of it my ex boyfriend still tells me I hate America and am a communist.  

Does eating chocolate covered bacon on a stick make me a true American?


p.s. now that I made a post regarding bacon.  The recent ads on MGoBlog were for Bacon Bits.

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November 5th, 2010 at 5:19 PM ^

But I presume it's there.  I'm a little disturbed by the inclusion of "Ice cold water" in the signage; I didn't know that anybody had to pay for water.  It just comes out of a hose.

But yeah, eating chocolate covered bacon on a stick, that came out of the back of a modified four-wheel drive pickup, does make you a true American.  Anybody doubts you; just show them your AR-15.

Mitch Cumstein

November 5th, 2010 at 10:01 AM ^

In college my girlfriend took a class her senoir year that was taught by John Bacon.  It was on the history of college athletics (I don't actually know what it was called).  She loved it and the more she told me about it I wished I had taken in.  They had frequent guests like Brandstatter and Deirdorf, and the best part: the required reading was Bo's lasting lessons.  Who wouldn't love that class?


November 5th, 2010 at 4:13 PM ^

Yes and your tests get graded separate from the rest of us non athletic folk.  

I would hang out during the office hours of my favorite Econ professor and the GSI's would grade the exams separate.  

I also took an accounting exam with the soccer team and we got some extra minutes and boy did I need them.  

Bando Calrissian

November 5th, 2010 at 1:32 PM ^

One little factual error, the banner that was stolen by Syracuse fans the night before the '98 game was never recovered, though it was spotted being hung out of a parking structure in New York the day of the '99 game at the Carrier Dome.