the other shoe begins to drop or the end of college sports as we know it

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college football, as we once knew it, will begin to lose what luster it once held for us old line watchers today. USC finally gets hit with NCAA sanctions today for the reggie bush years. something that has taken far too long. i guess somebody somewhere wanted to protect pete carroll. he’s out of the picture now and here comes the bus, sans brakes heading for USC.

lane kiffin is said to be pissed. well, kids, if that’s the case he’s dumber than i thought he was and or is. he must have bought mike garrett’s bullshit hook line and sinker. lane, give me a break. you bought the pig and the poke. i guess you can bail out just like you did at tennessee. hell, why even wait for the season to begin? do it today.

as for reggie bush, thanks dumb ass. they should melt your heisman down, hang it around your neck and toss you off the nearest pier. the same should be said of oj simpson as well but that’s for another time.

speaking of today, it’s time for the brass at USC to get their head out of their collective asses and fire mike garrett. they can’t fire pete, who i’m sure knew just as much as mike did or does. time to get with it USC. way past time for mr. mike to be canned. just bleeding do it.

more speaking of today, the ultimate demise of college football also begins today. the f$$$$$$ just don’t give a f$$$ about the fans. that has been obvious for years. today with all the teams beginning to bail out of conferences and diving into other conferences and an even bigger pile of money speaks volumes about the disdain college athletics has for the fan. and the school’s love of money.

super conferences are here and i’ll probably stop watching the bastardization of the game i love not too much further down this sad road. screw it. i don’t want to see it. i suppose i’m just as much to blame as the rest of us ultimately are. playoffs. we screamed and hollered about the damn things for years. nobody listened. we were told stuff with apparently a wink and a nod by the humps that run the deal. the money lusting ass hole deans and regents.

well, we’re going to get playoffs not too long from now. and guess what? they will make a mess out of what was the ONLY REMAINING UN-SULLIED COLLEGE SPORT. college football will become college basketball. no one watches college basketball until march and the big dance. no one with half a ******* brain will watch college football after the playoffs start up. why? playoffs will make the regular season games meaningless. pre-playoffs each and every game was important. that won’t be the case very soon.

god, the horror. every school in texas in the pac 10. what the eff? the beginning of the end. and @&%# you NCAA and the board of regents at every damn div 1 school. adios, college football. i’m done after this coming season or the first year the super deal goes into effect. $$$$ you and your super conferences.



4 thoughts on “the other shoe begins to drop or the end of college sports as we know it

    All Around the World News said:
    June 10, 2010 at 11:20 am

    the other shoe begins to drop or the end of college sports as we ……

    I found your entry interesting do I’ve added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)…

    johnhauge responded:
    June 10, 2010 at 11:30 am

    thanks for reading and the link.

    ozark mossman said:
    June 11, 2010 at 7:30 am

    Wow! You ARE pissed, old son. With all this crap coming down, my Devils are looking better than ever…yeah, right. They will probably get some hand-slapping in a week, or two. Could be (God, I hate to say this) the Ducks take it all just by elimination of everyone else. HaHA! I think they still have a few players that aren’t spawns of satan…right? lol! Have to agree, though…good-bye college ball. Rest in peace.

    johnhauge responded:
    June 11, 2010 at 8:26 am

    haha. good bye is right. the ducks? they officially tossed masoli off the team yesterday. busted again for running a stop sign and holding some smoke. the dumb ass quotient just keeps on keeping on, my friend. my final year of college football. yeah, RIP.

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