I know you're trying to kick back and relax a little this weekend, so I won't keep you for long, but here are a few things you may want to know just to keep pace:
- Major league baseball and I are back on speaking terms. My thanks go out to Talking Chop for helping to spread the word.
- Bulldog Nation is in a moral quandary over Georgia Tech's upcoming game with Notre Dame. Paul Westerdawg wants the Fighting Irish to win. I want the Fighting Irish to lose. Paul took issue with my position. I offered additional support for my argument. Truthfully, Nico and Charley are probably right . . . this is a meteor game.
While you consider whether it was fair for Paul Westerdawg to refer to me as an "ignorant slut," please enjoy this photograph of the F.S.U. Cowgirls, whose 15 minutes of fame are just about done, especially in Austin and in Nashville.
- Speaking of the Golden Domers, Sunday Morning Quarterback believes Notre Dame is a legitimate national championship contender but Jmac has concluded that, historically, the Irish ain't all that.
- The invaluable resource that is the Dawg Bone has pointed us towards an interview with Scott Woerner, who is one of the most underappreciated Bulldog legends.
Woerner the Returner was so underrated that they didn't even bother to take pictures of him using color film.
- The M Zone and Bruins Nation are continuing to fight the good fight for net neutrality, so I'm glad to see them getting the credit they deserve. I'm proud to have Dawg Sports mentioned along with them, but, really, they're the ones who are out front on this one and they deserve the praise. Nice job, guys. For anyone who's still on the fence about this one, I would refer you to this recent article or my previous posting on the subject.
- Mario Williams' first day of training camp went well. Reggie Bush's did not. Yep, those Texans sure made a stupid decision, didn't they?
Reggie Bush, shown here not playing football for the N.F.L. team with which he has not signed a contract.
- Paul Westerdawg has directed our attention to yet another diatribe about the S.E.C.'s out-of-conference scheduling. Didn't I refute this nonsense already?
- Finally, my thanks go out to MaconDawg for his recent kind words. Let us know if there's anything you need, MaconDawg.