Thursday, June 10, 2010

The Pac and The Big Freakin' 10ish

So, to be honest when I first heard that these struggling BCS Conferences were sticking their noses around the Big XII hoping to revive the competition level in their conferences, I was a little more then irritated. But, when Nebraska commits to the Big 10 and Colorado goes to the Pac 10 I WAS PISSED! So, now the Big XII now has two openings in their north division.

What's going to happen will BYU and Utah replace them? Will Missouri be offered a spot in the Big 10 as many have predicted? If that happens who will replace them in the Big XII? Boise State? TCU? To be honest Noter Dame will probably join the Big 10 with the promise of Big TV Money and the Tigers of Missouri will probably not be invited, because ND doesn't want to share more of that afore mentioned Big TV Money. Honestly I would rather have ND instead of Missouri in my conference, and if it takes screwing Missouri to get ND in the Big 10 then so be it.

With Colorado going to the Pac 10 will OU, Ok State, Texas, Texas Tech, and Texas A&M follow and make it the Pac 16? If that happens then there will be an odd number of Automatic Qualifying Conferences thus messing up the BCS Bowls already in place. So, if the Oklahoma and Texas schools go to the Pacific 10 Conference then I think it's obvious the Mountain West will become an Automatic Qualifying Conference. They would probably have to drop a couple of the crappy schools and add the two Kansas Schools, Boise State, and maybe Missouri if they haven't already joined the Big 10.

All that I really do know is that this SUX! I hate Nebraska for leaving the Big 12 and Colorado piss on you too! What ever happens with the two Oklahoma and Texas schools. They will still be ok. I've been saying for a while how I hate that they don't play for the conference championship... We'll I guess those poaching conferences will finally have a conference championship game to play. Anyways, I'm not very pleased....What do you think? Should the Oklahoma and Texas schools move and kill the BIG XII, or should they take the two Utah schools?

Sunday, April 18, 2010

The NFL Draft Thoughts of Wayne Bass

So, I thought about writing about how Sam Bradford is going to St. Louis and with a great RB in S.J. the Ram's might start winning some games. But, the reason I started this blog was so that I could vent my frustrations concerning the NCAA.

With that said, let me share what's currently buggin' Wayne Bass!  The fact that they are they holding the NFL Draft on a Thursday night?

I've heard people say that more are going to be able to watch, but I don't think so.  I don't think that this is going to bring in any more viewers then normal.

I am interested in hearing what you have to say about it. 

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

All Tebow and No Other Talk of the Combine Athletes Makes Wayne Bass a Dull Boy!

So, I was recently talking with a Mr. Thome Widdison about Tim Tebows new throwing style. My question is who really cares how Jacksonsville's new Outside Linebacker, possibility full back or tightend is learning how to throw a football?  I don't want to hear about it anymore.  He still has a windmill motion like he's winding up, only the motion is now smaller and his release is supposedly quicker.

So, why is this kid getting so much attention?  Because, he's competition Jimmy Clausen and Sam Bradford is out... So, it looks like once again Tim Tebow slides into the spotlight.  The first time was when Dennis Dixon got hurt and then Timmy slid into first place in the heisman run.

I am sure that Tim's Faggy Fan base will try and rub in the fact that he's won two National Championships.  The first time against Ohio State it was more of the Chris Leak Show, and the second time when Tim was a starter Oklahoma had Gerald McCoy injured, OU's 3 string middle linbacker who was a freshman starting in his second game, an all-american offensive line man got injured during the Big 12 Championship, and a 1,000 yard rusher Demarco Murray was out.

The main point that I want to make is that Tim Tebow is a talented athlete but he's not a great quarterback, and just like many other running quarterbacks in the NCAA he will fade away QUICKLY in the Pro's!  So, I wish espn.go and SC would stop spending so much time talking about Tim Tebow.  I am so sick of hearing about Tim Tebow.  If I hear the name Tim Tebow one more time I am going to flip out!

It's almost bugging me as much as hearing the name of Tiger Woods!