OT: First Day of College Football Open Thread

Submitted by BlueVoix on September 2nd, 2010 at 6:42 PM

First of the season.  In the Wake Forest-Presbyterian game, Wake already up seven.  This should be an ugly, ugly game.

On the bright side, College Football Season Has Officially Begun!

Comments

maizenbluedevil

September 2nd, 2010 at 8:52 PM ^

Ugh.  I'm watching this Pitt-Utah game....  Does anyone else find watching CFB on Versus as painful as I do?  (Or anything on Versus for that matter.)

(Also got Marshall-OSU going on the laptop, kind of watching both.)

Bando Calrissian

September 2nd, 2010 at 8:55 PM ^

Ohio State is scary good.

And, really, the overabundance of Seven Nation Army in this game, in an ideal world, would destroy any chance of hearing that blared in Michigan Stadium this season.

Blazefire

September 2nd, 2010 at 9:06 PM ^

A lot of Marshall's recievers have been open if they could catch/if their QB could hit them. They're all over the place, but most of these incompletions wouldn't have to be. They're there to make the hit. They're NOT there to break up the pass.

BlockM

September 2nd, 2010 at 9:15 PM ^

I just want to say that the comments in this thread are making my night. That is all.

Also, I can't watch the game, but Jacory Harris and Miami (YTM) seem to be one-upping Pryor and the Buckeyes tonight. Gosh I hope Miami wins next week.

Also, Harris is much more stylish than Pryor. This will undoubtedly get in Pryor's head before the game and psych him out.

jmblue

September 2nd, 2010 at 9:19 PM ^

Is there a law that prevents people from drinking alcohol in a TV commercial?  I've noticed that in all beer commercials (as well as these Buffalo Wild Wings ads), you never actually see anyone drink.  They'll hold up the glass, toast, whatever, but they never, ever drink it. 

Adamantium

September 2nd, 2010 at 9:22 PM ^

The BW3 ads are supposed to be funny, but they're mostly scary. They apparently are involved in a far-reaching conspiracy to keep customers trapped in their restaurants through the use of deception and fear.

First they bought football refs, then basketball players, and now weathermen? Where does it end?