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Tuesday Morning Quick Hits

Here is some (though by no means all) of what has been going on lately that deserves your notice:  

The geocentric theory says the earth is the center of the universe . . . the heliocentric theory says the sun is the center of the universe . . . and, over at Burnt Orange Nation, they propound the Vincecentric theory, which is pretty self-explanatory.

Any reference to Boston must be accompanied by a picture of the bar they used as the basis for "Cheers."

  • Every Day Should Be Saturday recently published its 2,000th posting, which reminded me to go back and check my math . . . and, sure enough, I recently published my 200th posting here at Dawg Sports.  Since I'm only about 10 per cent as good as Orson Swindle, it stands to reason that I'd only have published 10 per cent as many postings, so it all works out in the end.  
  • Speaking of going back and checking the math, The M Zone has determined that we have just passed the halfway point of the college football offseason, so it's all downhill from here.  
  • Reportedly, the feeling is back in South Bend, thanks to a grainy photograph of the spiky-haired silhouette of a 17-year-old from a family of self-serving underachievers who made an entrance so egotistical it would've made Donald Trump blush.  No, really.  

It's unfair to call Jimmy Clausen the next Ron Powlus.  To me, he looks more like the next Chris Simms.

You may now go on about your business, secure in the certainty that you know everything you need to know to proceed with the rest of your day.  

Go 'Dawgs!