Coming to a pawn shop near you.
These parallels are pretty weird - I didn't even think about them.
Really happy for Cleveland. LeBron is really the only reason I watch the NBA - and I got behind the Cavs in those runs over the last decade. I understood the Cleveland curse all too well, with my dad having grown up there. And I have to say, even as a loosely affiliated fan of a Cleveland team - those losses were hard to swallow. I was running with a lot of Boston natives in 2010, and I had to watch that crap with them - most of the time they were bitching about how the Celtics were crap despite 20-point blowouts. This year, everytime I saw the Cavs lose a playoff game to the 3-point chucking Warriors, I was like, "we're getting Turkoglu'd again."
Well, just know you're in very small a minority of sports-watchers. That's okay - there were people that didn't like Keith Jackson, either.
Why does it bother you if it's on FOX? Gus Johnson is the only game caller worth a damn in the business right now. If I could have Gus Johnson narrate my day, I wouldn't need an alarm clock - I'd be so jacked!
Christopher Worley, if some homegirl at Wendy's hollas at you, you say YES!
Ol' Rocky Flop.
Can't spell "school" without "SEC."
What could possibly go wrong?
Changing my icon causes ripples in space-time. So, I'll leave it as is, but my thoughts are with you all.
Good luck to you and your family.
Thanks for clarifying.
Yes, the split caused a lot of damage to the series's popularity and sponsorship. With that said, even at its most well attended, the Monaco Grand Prix draws less than 100,000 people, and it has never been nationally televised (this year it was on NBCSports, you had to tune in at 6AM Eastern). NASCAR's attendance has fallen off a cliff, and they no longer provide estimates of race attendance (this started in 2013). The Brickyard 400 is a NASCAR race - and no one goes to it anymore.
Compare that with the Indy 500 - even in its worst days of the early/mid-2000s, that race was still drawing 250,000 people to the track.
The talk of its demise has been greatly exaggerated.
Was there for the 26th straight time - the mass of humanity yesterday was simply astounding. I was in awe most of the day, and just couldn't believe how wild it was. Just awesome.
I really miss when the Indy 500 was THE race on Memorial weekend Sunday. I've never been an auto racing fan and wasn't yet around when it was at its peak
These two statements make no sense when put together. If you have never been a racing fan, and weren't around when it was at its peak, then how can you have any perspective at all, let alone have feelings of nostalgia for a time when it was THE race?
If it had nothing to do with football, then why did a mass of people turn over a news van in a mouth-breathing riot when the complicit coach was fired over it?
I find it revisionist to ignore the role football played in this. When the Catholic Church harbored rapist priests instead of turn them over to authorities, would you argue it had nothing to do with the Church per se? Wouldn't you agree that there are members of the clergy to this day that deny any of that ever happened?
I don't disagree with Ramzy very often. In this case, denying it had anything to do with football seems to only be the position held by people who like Penn State football like it's a religion. This isn't a coincidence.
I haven't seen all the numbers on Cincinnati's candidacy, and I do think their basketball program deserves to be in a major conference. But when it comes to the amount of money that big conference schools demand for football tickets, I don't think that Cincinnati's football fanbase is ready for it. My dad has been a UC season ticket holder for 25 years now, and he's worried about it. Season tickets at UC right now cost about as much as a single ticket face value to the Mich-OSU game. Nippert doesn't sell out as it is, and it only has about 40,000 seats.
I'm a UC basketball fan 'til I die - but these moves are all football-based, and they don't make any sense for that school.
I have neither the time, the skills, nor the expertise. When do I start?
Ugh, I can't believe we're doing this. What a sad day.
Jim Harbaugh isn't even relevant at the Harbaugh Thanksgiving dinner.
Bert's lookin' bad. Real bad.
I don't know what you'd have to do to "break" whatever that is. I don't think it's much of a "record" per se. More like a neat fact.
BEST BRIAN ROLLE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO EVER.
He's not the only one to have done that: http://www.baseball-almanac.com/feats/feats20.shtml
Oscar Robertson with an insane 181 NBA triple doubles - that is a record that doesn't have a close 2nd (Magic Johnson is #2 with 138). No 3-point line in those days, either. He also averaged a triple double over his first 5 seasons in the NBA - which is ridiculous.