Discussion in 'Pro Sports Discussion' started by bruin, Mar 17, 2014.
Requiem for the Big East tonight.
Mehh. Football is king. Shocking.
ESPN made Georgetown/Syracuse. K.
not goin' to Neyland tonight?
Bill Simmons is a docuhebag.
I liked it. I'm a basketball guy though. I'll eat up anything that is remotely related to basketball.
hitting Neyland tonight like the clausen bros (rick and casey)
I was expecting more, I guess it was more enjoyable than Sportscenter
I love how ESPN built the Big East but had no hand in tearing it apart. There is a saying about the victors writing the history books, right?
I haven't watched it yet, but on the UCF boards they were saying it barely discussed the dissolution or the football side. If so, that'll be disappointing, since I was more interested in a look at the politics between the fb/bb sides, the expansion fights, the dissolution, etc., and not about Cuse/G'town/Nova basketball glory.
I enjoyed it even if it barely mentioned UConn's dominance. It doesn't really focus on the football side to much, but it does hit the big points. Not voting in penn st, and all the expansion /conference changes.
also before GTown won the ncaa title didn't realize it had been 30 years since a northeast team had won a title.
Just watched the "Catching Hell" episode via YouTube. Seemed like the story was mainly about Bill Buckner and the 1986 World Series. I guess that's what happens when you have an entire story about a man who resolutely refuses to grant any interviews.
Was pretty good. I guess Steve Bartman may have to wait until the Cubs win the World Series to come out of hiding.
Can't wait for The Boz tomorrow. Along with Bo Jackson these are the two I looked most forward to seeing. When I was growing up Bo and The Boz were my two sports heroes and really started my love of college football. It's odd that they both ended up in each other's lore and went on totally divergent paths after they met on the goal line.
They went on the same path at the goal line. Into the end zone
I met the Boz a few years ago in Westwood. He had two nephews that played at UCLA under Dorrell. It took me back seeing him wearing a UCLA shirt when he called UCLA powder blue sissies in his playing days. Good stuff.
Looking forward to this episode. Haven't caught the other ones this season.
Great episode on the Boz.
His tshirt he made and took so much shit over is very accurate to describe the crooked ass NCAA in actuality.
This one is great. It's really powerful stuff, especially seeing how regretful Bosworth is.
It's a real contrast to Eric Dickerson's smug ass refusing to admit the cheating he was involved in at SMU in Pony Excess.
Who was the old fuck who said "he made that shirt about men he didn't know" was he an old ncaa exec?
As if to imply the people running the ncaa are great pillars of virtue, upstanding men who are shaping young adults into future leaders.
Bunch of schtick haters
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