Re: Harvard - BC Basketball
posted at 12/3/2012 3:37 PM EST
In response to undking's comment:
In response to indians1948's comment:
Several of our frequent posters got together at recess earlier today to discuss the upcoming BC-Harvard game. Here are some excerpts from their discussion.
undking: The IVY (Intellectual Vain Yuppies) vs. the ACC (All-Cupcake Conference). Both lily-white puckhead schools that cannot recruit black athletes.
Sailman2: Yea, who cares about puckheads in a small corner of the USA. Both schools really suck, but I thought Harvard had a black coach?
Cheeroh: True, but he played in the ACC for that loser, Coach K, so he sucks too. Cannot wait until Louisville gets their hands on Duke. And PSU will blow out Buffoon College, and the Jesuits will be looking for more little boys to recruit, as their scrubs are no match in the Big Ten!
WHR: They should just close that closet door at Buffoon College for good with Leahy and those SJs, with their hands in the pockets of their cassocks, praying (or is it preying) on those kids on the playgrounds, taking up second collections, while they wave their rainbow flag at that dump, Conte.They should all head back to Provincetown.
82nd AB: It broils down to this they're all Yankee losers. Perhaps "delusional" is the correct adjective for these nobodies, whom appear to be struggling for a Messiah to bring this "BC" back to Judea where some sort of since can be, derived for their failures through time. Dixie Forever!
Googleboy: Good point, Ranger, makes perfect sense to me. Is Judea anywhere near Tuscaloosa?
postingking: Go tell it on the mountain. It takes a worried man to sing a worried song.
(The bell rings, ending recess)
undking: Well I guess that does it for today boys. This is the life! To be young, stupid, and have no future at all. I love South Bend!
TOUGH TO TAKE ...DIAPER MAN?
For as much as college football evolves and its postseason format changes, this is still a sport ruled by tradition and exclusivity. Over the past 75 years, only 30 different schools have claimed at least a share of the national title.
In that span of time, two programs have won it all more often than anyone else, combining for 17 championships: Alabama and Notre Dame. On Jan. 7, they'll meet at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., for the BCS national title.
Tough to Swallow there Diaper Man!
"It's a real historic game, two historic teams, great traditions," Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley said. "We have to make sure we play our type of football and try to block out all the clutter."
And there will be plenty of clutter between now and then, given the myriad storylines at play. Among the most prominent: Alabama coach Nick Saban trying to solidify a dynasty with three championships in the last four years (and fourth overall, which would put him just two behind Bear Bryant), the Southeastern Conference aiming for its seventh consecutive BCS title and Notre Dame roaring back from a slump that consumed most of the last two decades.
"The tradition of Alabama and Notre Dame bring a special attention to it but we're just trying to be the best team on Monday, Jan. 7," Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said. "All of that tradition, what happened in the past, isn't going to help us,"
Notre Dame, National Championship Game (Jan. 7): As the Football Bowl 's lone bowl-eligible unbeaten, the Fighting Irish were a shoo-in for a shot at the title. [/QUOTE]
Gipper, you should be embarrassed, plagiarizing from USA Today! Is that the best you can do?