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Posted: 09.28.2002
Da' Bulls
A win is a win, right? Pardon me for still grumbling. Granted, Woolfolk and Clayton didn't play at all, and when USF scored twice in the last coupla' minutes it against our second and third string defense -- but we still gave up a "sure" shut-out. I'm sure people are weeping openly right now in Vegas. We only made one-third of our third down conversions. Pathetic. Our O-line protection was non-existant. I couldn't blame Nate for anything tonight. And somehow USF managed 100 more yards on offense than we did. So much to work on. So little time before texas in two weeks... Amazing after the drought in the 90s, we actually bitch and moan about a 31-14 victory now. But we are.

I would like to ask Mr. Mittens if he's still doubting my picking abilities though? Did I call Iowa State over Nebraska or what? I'm really not sure that OU would be able to beat the Cyclones twice in one season. It. Just. Got. Interesting.

Oh by the way, you actually have to scroll a couple of screens through my e-mail inbox right now -- and it's not getting any better for the next few days with a big project launching on Monday, another one on Tuesday, and three designs at bat. So please continue to hold. Your call is important to us!

Hey boy take a look at me...let me dirty up your mind...

all i know is, my Sun Devils finally got a nationally televised game, and we kicked the shit outta Stanford! Go Devils!

¤ ¤ credit: mikey | 09.29.02 at 01:22 AM | link--this ¤ ¤

So what do I owe you?

OMG – I know high school teams that can bet them, I really didn’t think Nebraska was that pathetic! Even I underestimated how much they suck this year, looks like the will go 5 and 8 this year. TRACY where are you? Cum out, cum out…LMFAO! Oh yea, Congratulations to your Sooners on beating up on that mighty power-house South Florida -hehe

I think that the top 5 BCS teams are going to be:

1. Miami
2. Texas
3. Ohio State
4. Notre Dame
5. Virginia Tech

Yup I said it - Hmm, what team do you see missing? By the way nice pictures, how about some more skin next time or is there a charge for that? And the name is Mister or Mr.

[Mister Mittens – One doubting pussy]

¤ ¤ credit: Mister Mittens | 09.29.02 at 09:27 AM | link--this ¤ ¤

Well once again, you have shown your total lack of Big XII knowledge. Time shall tell... Oh yes, it shall.

2000 ABC Announcer - "The eyes of texas have been blackened."

2001 ABC Announcer - "I ask you ladies and gentlemen, why was texas favored coming in to today's game?"

2002 - Fate will decide.

¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 09.29.02 at 02:51 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Not just a lack of Big XII knowledge, but more like a lack of Big XII respect! I think that they should rename the conference to the Big II (Texas and Iowa State) LMAO! Oh, now I can’t wait until Saturday, October the 12th


[Mister Mittens – One anticipating pussy]

¤ ¤ credit: Mister Mittens | 09.29.02 at 03:38 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Dude, seriously -- take that texas spankfest shit out of my blog and someplace else. It's not welcome here. And in case you're wondering -- I'm not joking.

¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 09.29.02 at 04:08 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Is that all you can talk, kitty? Smack? Do you have any football knowledge whatsoever? You certainly haven't shown it yet. All I hear is blah blah smack blah. Booorrrring.

¤ ¤ credit: todd | 09.29.02 at 04:14 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Take it easy now; remember it’s all in fun. It’s always kind of funny to watch someone get all worked up about nothing. By the way, I do know a little something about college football and I back it up with stats and not smack:

Oklahoma vs. Texas series history:

Oklahoma is (36-55-5) against Texas.
Average score: Oklahoma 15.1 - Texas 16.4

Check out this site, it rules: http://wajl10.com/ for college football stats. Now remember just before you delete my comments or ban me from your site, YOU DID ASK if I knew anything about college football.

[Mister Mittens – One knowledgeable pussy]

¤ ¤ credit: Mister Mittens | 09.29.02 at 05:31 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

More smack? Sigh. You aren't a very smart kitty, are you? For the record, the OU v. texass series is nearly tied since the so-called 'modern era' of football. That would be roughly the post-World War II time period. texass piled up wins in the 1910s and 1920s. Any football fan worth his salt doesn't really count pre-WWII football as anything, because quite frankly, the game is radically different. It's the same thing as Bama fans counting 19 or whatever national championships (sorry, Christi and Stacy), the ones outside of the modern era really just aren't the same. If you want to count victories in the 20s, hey, I can't stop you. But a true fan knows the difference.

¤ ¤ credit: todd | 09.29.02 at 05:47 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Mr. Mittens, check out some truth about texass:

¤ ¤ credit: todd | 09.29.02 at 05:53 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Remember; let’s try to have a friendly discussion here with no name calling ok? It’s all in good fun.

Oh, why didn’t you tell me that you were using Enron mathematics to base your revisionist history from, by all means just pick whatever year(s) that make you and your team look better. heheh…

I mean come on the “modern era” and “roughly the post-World War II time period” what’s that really mean? Ah; would that be 1945, 1950 or even 1960? Just because you call it modern doesn’t mean it’s modern for everyone else, would a 20 year old call 1950 modern? I think not. And here’s the flaw in your argument, if you don’t use all the data from every year to base you statistics from, your point becomes subjective and therefore meaningless.

By the way if Bama won the national championship in 1925 (and they did) don’t try to take it away from them because just because you weren’t around then. Thanks for the link, but I only use independent sites for my statistics.

[Mister Mittens – One statistical pussy]

¤ ¤ credit: Mister Mittens | 09.29.02 at 06:48 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Look, you're going to see the world through navy and yellow glasses -- we're going to see the world through crimson and cream ones. The fact remains -- this is MY journal. And pro-texass/anti-OU talk is not appreciated. Period. Take that shit somewhere else. Wanna talk other teams? Fine. But you'll obey the rules of MY house when talking about mine.

By the way, I'd lay a crisp hundred dollar bill on the fact you probably picked FSU and Weinke to roll over the Sooners in the 2000 title game. Didn't. Happen.

¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 09.29.02 at 06:57 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Truthfully I didn’t watch that game or pay it much attention, I’m not a fan of either team, but if I had to pick one of the two I would have gone with FSU.

Sorry for all the drama, but you did kind of call me out when you said:

“I would like to ask Mr. Mittens if he's still doubting my picking abilities though? Did I call Iowa State over Nebraska or what? I'm really not sure that OU would be able to beat the Cyclones twice in one season. It. Just. Got. Interesting.”

And because you’re a nice person I won’t talk about that *other* team on your site any more. I had already intended to stop commenting about that *other* until Todd decided it was time to bitch slap me around and then it was two on one – I normally have to pay for that type of action! LMAO! Anyway I think I made my point to him about his issues with math. So no hard feelings, because I’m in a good mood today - my LIONS WON!!!

[Mister Mittens – One winning pussy]

¤ ¤ credit: Mister Mittens | 09.30.02 at 10:02 AM | link--this ¤ ¤

I don't think my husband has issues with math at all, personally. If in doubt, I always follow Kirk Herbstreit (mmmmm...Kirk Herbstreit), and he's in total agreement on the topic. And that, as they say, is that.

¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 09.30.02 at 01:24 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

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