It's rivalry week and one that I look forward to every year, with somewhat measured enthusiasm. The rivalry means something to me, 100% and I will not pretend it doesn't. I grew up a Cougar, but became a Ute. Its a unique position to know what the other side feels. This game is personal for… Continue reading BYU v Utah: what this rivalry means
Look, before we get started on this post, I want to say two things: (1) I have never had so much apathy for college football in my life. I don't know what happened to me. Someone, please, shake me from this slumber! (2) Really, the rankings should only be for the top five teams. Who cares… Continue reading Ranking College Football Rankings
...happiest I've ever been in my life... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BgTCW-0J2E CFP, BCS, it doesn't matter. Nick Saban has figured out how to get his team into championship game and win - four of the last eight championships belong to his Crimson Tide. And Saban has six total championships, tying the all time record. Amazing. Let me hit… Continue reading Does Nick Saban hate kickers?
Signs of Times Recently at work we have been predicting the final scores for upcoming college games for pride. I have been the closest two weeks running, but I have to say that the obsession around predicting a sports outcome is about as stupid as predicting when end of the world is going to happen.… Continue reading Sports prediction is an obsession
Practicing Sports There are rules of being a fan of any sport. Just like adhering to a religion, you have some people that are more committed to the cause. Zealots. Crazy. Freaks. Seems like there are a lot of different names for fans or religious folks. In order to practice the religion of a sport… Continue reading Sporting Traditions – a practice of belief and action