Monthly Archives: November 2004

Bye Bye Butch

Someone at the DSP forum asked what I thought about the “resignation” of Butch Davis in Cleveland. Well, here’s my take: He had to go. Davis may be a great college recruiter but he’s a terrible game day coach (I … Continue reading

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Interesting Article at the Sun (UK)

Those of you still on the fence about Rumble Rose, check out this ‘premiere party’ in the UK for the game. I never got to go to junkets like this! Damn! Warning: Pictures may be offensive to some and arousing … Continue reading

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64 Team ESPN CH Tourney Almost Full…

Get in now while we still have room. 58 teams are in. The following teams are spoken for: Ohio State Kansas NC State UConn Illinois State Auburn Illinois-Chicago Michigan Providence Miami FLA Okla State Indiana Pitt Illinois North Carolina DePaul … Continue reading

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What the hell was that?

Leave it to the Browns. My beloved, painful to watch, truly snakebit Cleveland Browns. They have to be the only team that could surrender 10 points in a game and still lose and then the next week score *48* points…and … Continue reading

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Sunday Fun

Few miscellaneous thoughts: 1. Nothing sucks more than getting a Sunday paper, having 23 K-Mart inserts but no Best Buy or Circuit City inserts. Ugh. 2. Congrats to 1-AA New Hampshire for their great performance on ESPN 2 last night … Continue reading

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More on the OSU “Scandal”

If you read ESPN as a gospel of sports news reporting..well..that’s a bad idea. ESPN reported last week that, “Three more Buckeyes support Clarett allegations.” Well, not really. You see, ESPN is spinning this how they want, and they’re really … Continue reading

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What the hell Sega?

I’m starting to think that the Sega games are $19.99 because they’re buggy messes rather than Sega trying to stick it to EA. I’m almost to the point that playing a Legacy in ESPN College Hoops for the Xbox is … Continue reading

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