Wednesday, August 23, 2006

pitch to rozier!

this article in the new york times explains why the hooskers are starting our their schedule playing community colleges. apparently the 12-game season is taxing for good teams and a cash cow for bad teams who get booked to play big programs.

what you need to know from this article: 1) this quote: “I don’t think it’s realistic to say we’re going to play Nebraska, Florida State and U.S.C. every year,” said John Chadima, Wisconsin’s associate athletic director, lumps together my hooskers with other powerhouses and 2) the picture is Turner Gill, otherwise known as the hoosker qb who almost won a national championship, later nu qb coach who coached eric crouch to a heisman. and then things didn't work out so well for eric or turner. but never mind that. he coaches the buffalo bulls now.

i can't WAIT for football season to start. especially the part where i steal the bag of baby carrots from the table while everyone else is celebrated the latest hoosker td. not that i've ever done that.


Blogger Tin Tin Blogdog said...

Hey Wally,

haven't butt-sniffed ya for a while.

Mmmmm, you lost me at "This article in the New York Times..." and then you had me at "...bag of baby carrots..."

Hope you're keepin' well, buddy.

Chow for now (from a non-baseball-dog),

Tin Tin xo

6:35 AM  
Blogger Tin Tin Blogdog said...

....errrr, that's football, actually...blushes...I am smart, contrary to how that seemed!

Tin Tin xo

6:37 AM  
Blogger wally said...

Tin Tin-

Baseball, football, whatever gets the snacks into our bellies, right!

9:22 AM  

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