Watched a bit of the NBA All-Star Dunk Extravaganza thingy this weekend. Why? Um, cause it was on? This thing has become as bad as the Pro Bowl. So this is how I felt about the weekend (the guy with the camera is the NBA and I am the guy in the 3rd shot down):
So, it sucked. But at least there was a weekend full of awesome Olympic hockey games to watch! And the NRL Auckland Nines were sweet! And the Aussie Rules preseason is underway! And MLB Spring camps are opening! And football is only 6+ months away!
Oh, and how about them Nuggets?! Good to see they quit before the season even started to spare our hopes getting dashed in the playoffs again.
Looking at the Gazette.com tonight when I saw this tease for Air Force hockey:
Yeah, they are going to Buffalo this weekend to take on Canisius. So, it should be cold, but ‘Witch’s Teat’ cold? And does the cold make the teat ‘tough’?
Hell, maybe Air Force hockey team is full off AG majors and are going on a field trip to get the poop on Winter vs Teats. To us, it just sound kind of weird.
Click the above image to read the full article from AGWeb.com if you want/need to know more about the age-old battle between Winter and teats. But, unless you run a dairy it’s about as interesting as it sounds.
Or it could have been a typo. Anyways, go Air Force! Beat the Teats Golden Griffins!
Air Force swept first place Mercyhurst last weekend with a 5-3 track meet win on Friday and followed up with a 2-0 victory in a defensive battle on Saturday. The Falcons picked up 4 big points from the conference leading Lakers in their bid to secure a top 4 slot in the Atlantic Hockey playoffs .
The Falcons’ Chad Demers (duh-MERZ), #17, scored Saturday’s game winner with 1:34 to go in the game. To say he, and the team, were excited would be an understatement.
Air Force hosts RIT on February 21 & 22 to close out the regular season home schedule. Get your butt out there and watch some damn good hockey.
The Denver Broncos’ dumpster fire of a performance in the Super Bowl added yet another chapter in the long history of Denver crapping the bed under the bright lights of football’s biggest stage.
Having survived the first four implosions, 78, 87, 88 & 90, and celebrated the two wins, 98 & 99, we were numb to this year’s embarrassing festival of turds. Still, they did suck us back in, even after last year’s soul-crushing collapse to the Ravens, and they made us care again and again. They always seems to give us just enough hope that this year was going to be different. Kay-riste! We sure was stupid! Well, no more!
Yeah! No more! At least until next year when we go through this same thing again.