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Here’s a riddle for you: If the Milwaukee Brewers sweep a series over a team from the NL West but nobody cares about it, did it really happen?
The answer: I guess, technically, yeah it happened. But it was the Diamondbacks, so it’s not that impressive. And it brings the Crew within 14 games of the division lead. Oh.
Now that we’ve effectively wrapped up my baseball discussion for the day, we can move onto the second weekend of college football. As expected, there were few upsets found in this week’s slate of games. But there was still plenty of interesting football to go around.
By Josh Mosley
What an interesting week in collegiate gridiron. Miami and Florida State opened and closed a week with a whale of a game in prime time on Monday with a Labor Day game that re-ignited the fire of the rivalry for at least one night.
The Tigers cracked the polls while simultaneously sticking it to any and all that thought a step was lost. Terrelle Pryor, who may be the most disgustingly fluid and gifted athlete in America, came down with non-swine flu related oral diarrhea while trying to defend Mike Vick. The Irish and Michigan also both clowned leading to the obligatory and far too premature “Are they officially back?” banter.
And OU took a big hit by losing a potential shot at the title and a potential back-to-back Heisman winner all at the hands of the those Mighty Mormon’s out of BYU.
But that was SO last week. On to week 2. Continue reading
When your baseball team sucks, you have to find something new to focus on for three hours a day when it gets into the dog days of August and early September. Actually, it doesn’t matter if your baseball squad is good or not, the start of the football season is the dawn of possibly the best time of the year. With that, college football started last weekend, and despite a high amount of big-time programs playing a bunch of crusty-ass nobodies, there was more than enough great football to go around. Jump with me as I discuss the best games, and the not-so-great that still mean something to me, from week one.