Monthly Archives: November 2010

USC 16, Notre Dame 20

    Oh No, RoJo!  I suffered through the rain long after those Notre Dame fans left on account of the crappy weather, and was heartbroken.  Did anyone notice that our receivers did a much better job of catching the ball … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Preview.

All right – after feasting like a king yesterday, I need to make up for it by riding the bike for 3 hours or so today.  Otherwise, I may start looking like a Notre Dame fan.  And we definitely don’t … Continue reading

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USC 7, Oregon State 36

    Nights like this that make me really like Tivo.  After the first series of the 2nd half, I turned the game off to catch up on reruns of “the Simpsons.”  I am proud to say that I’ve seen every Simpsons … Continue reading

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USC 24, Arizona 21 – and Oregon State Preview

     This game was fantastic!  Can you believe that we blocked an extra point and returned it for a touchdown 2 games in a row?  Sure – it didn’t end up counting in the end.  However, just like Reggie Bush … Continue reading

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University of Arizona Preview

     While Arizona State catches tons of flack for its’ crappy football team and laughable academic standards, the University of Arizona is mostly ignored.  Although I spent a weekend partying at the U of A during my first year at … Continue reading

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USC 34, Arizona State 33

     This update is late, but I’ve been celebrating all week.  Plus; I’m a Trojan alum, so I’ve got things going on.  Running a business, getting contractors over to the house, getting the car detailed.  If I went to ucla, … Continue reading

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Arizona State Game Preview.

Arizona State Preview.     The game tomorrow should be fun for Trojan fans.  Usually the Trojans get over the disappointment of defeats by beating the hell out of the next crappy team that they play.  (Just like the Stanford Loss … Continue reading

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