Monday, June 23, 2008

Too Bad He's Dead...George Carlin

The first two minutes of this clip are the truest words I have ever heard.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Bruce Weber Sucks Cock...Don't Put that on the Internet

Major league whiner, minor league coach, and a man who effectively blew off his mother's death, makes the obvious point that Indiana will struggle because of developments in the program.

Funny Guy Weber told the Peoria Star: The league should be wide open and we can be right in the middle of it. I do know one thing, though. I think Indiana will suck. Don't put that on the Internet."

This is also the same coach that punished Jamar Smith, who left his teammate for dead after a drunken driving accident, by forcing him to redshirt.

Monday, June 09, 2008

What will the NCAA do with IU?

The NCAA will give IU a strong talking to, wag their finger, shake their collective head disappointingly and issue sanctions that will involve everything and anything but the one thing that would effect the NCAA's bottom line: TV and/or Tournament bans.

There is a reason that IU is on CBS a maximum number of times per season, and never get the early morning first round tournament times: TV ratings. That's me being cynical.
IU, for its part, will point a finger at Sampson ,who I suppose is a scumbag, but not more so than the people still at IU who enabled him.

They, and Tom Crean (for completely different yet equally selfish reasons), hope the story goes away and we can then focus on the literal sinkhole that is IU football, which features their version of Mike Davis, a suspended star, and increased capacity for a stadium that is, on its best days, half full.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

It's Official: Indiana Football (Field) Sucks

The Indy Star reports that the IU football field was damaged when a sinkhole developed under the fake turn field on top of due to heavy rains in the Bloomingville area.

I do think it is symbolic, as it will be the way every story about the 4-8 2008 Hoosiers will begin. Well, at least I know that now and can focus my attention elsewhere, as I had planned anyway when I heard Kellen Lewis was suspended.

I do blame Greenspan for this, too, as this had to be foreseeable, and especially if insurance doesn't cover the potential $1M damages. And, not just some of it.

Perhaps this bad dancer can blame the dance floor.