Wow I am glad I dont got to Texas Tech, this guy seems to be enjoying ringing that bell a little bit too much haha. I just love how nobody would have ever noticed this if it hadnt been for the one guy that had his camera pointing at him at that exact moment. I am guessing either the bell ringer felt horrible or he loved the exposure. Either way, this tells us a little bit about Texas Tech... Students are weird...
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Monday, September 24, 2007
Saturday, September 22, 2007
So this is so so so funny. My GF is a super fan of Britney spears and showed me this video I could not stop laughing as I was watching it, for once second I thought it was a girl but I was completely wrong. I also thought he was joking but no, he is for real haha.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
SMU (2-1) at TCU (2-1) 8:30 PM CSTVWhy to watch: After three games, few schools other than Michigan and Notre Dame have been more disappointing this season than TCU. Ranked to start the season and considered by many to be the premier non-BCS program of 2007, the Horned Frogs disappeared in the second half of the Texas game and then lost the Mountain West opener to Air Force. With dreams of a BCS bowl run long gone, they’ve got to refocus on the fly before a once-promising season completely slips away. Long-time rival SMU has some regrouping of its own to do if it has any chance for a bowl game. The Mustangs’ only win of the year over lowly North Texas has been sandwiched by disheartening losses to Texas Tech and Arkansas State. While the offense is displaying a pulse, the defense has been horrid, showing no sign that it’s adapting to wholesale turnover along the defensive line. Why SMU might win: If star RB Aaron Brown can’t get back on the field, the Horned Frogs simply don’t appear capable of out scoring the Mustangs the way they’re currently constructed. Freshman Andy Dalton has been ineffective behind center, and Brown’s replacements in the backfield have not hit holes with any authority. TCU is averaging just 19 points a game, which won’t be enough against an SMU offense that’s begun to percolate with Justin Willis at the controls. The Mustangs have scored 73 points over the last two weeks, getting six touchdown passes and 760 total yards from their sophomore leader. Why TCU might win: Yes, the Frogs are stumbling on offense, but the Mustangs will be the perfect remedy. SMU is allowing almost 42 points a game, and is ranked 117th in the country in total defense. Arkansas State just got done shredding the feeble unit for 516 balanced yards and 45 points in a runaway victory. Even with issues on a patchwork offensive line and Brown at less than 100%, TCU will find away to get healthy at the expense of one of the nation’s most hapless defenses. Who to watch: This is a turning point game for Dalton, who has the support of the coaching staff, but needs to start making better decisions and more plays downfield. His interception late in regulation as the Frogs were driving for the win is the type of play that needs to be corrected. Against an SMU defense that won’t apply much pressure and is horrible in coverage, Dalton should have the best game of his brief career.What will happen: Defense still wins games, and in that area, the Horned Frogs enjoy a decided advantage over SMU. They’ll keep Willis from going berserk, and get enough on offense to prevent a three-game losing streak. CFN Prediction: TCU 35 … SMU 10 ... Line: TCU -19.5Must See Rating: (5 Curb Your Enthusiasm - 1 Kid Nation) ... 1.5
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Wow, this is the most amazing return I have ever seen and it was done by SMU! Those most have been the good days, I really wish our team was that good again, be ranked and recognized nationally... Hopefully this year at least we will be able to get a winning season and go to a bowl game, hopefully...
I havent been to Guatemala in more than a year now, but the elections were last week and in the first round the two worse possible candidates won. The first one Alvaro Colom is a socialist and has been known to have had connections with communism groups during his youth, he is also involved in huge corruption scandalas all through his time at the senate. The second one is Otto Perez an ex soldier who believes in military rule and could easily be a great authoriarian government instead of a real democracy. They won by corruption and by tricking people, so now it all comes to who will win the secondary voting, but it is sda to know that there really will be no winners since both of them are horrible candidates...
Monday, September 10, 2007
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Friday, September 7, 2007
North Texas (0-1) at SMU (0-1) 8:00 pmWhy to watch: Talk about disappointing starts to a season. In the debut of Dodge Ball at North Texas, new head coach Todd Dodge and his Mean Green were dismantled 79-10 by Oklahoma in a game that was every bit as one-sided as the score indicated. Two days later, SMU began what many thought would be a breakthrough season by dropping a 49-9 game to Texas Tech. Dodge has big plans in Denton, including the installation of a pass-happy spread offense, but it could take a few years before he begins seeing results that even approach his success at the high school level. While the Mustangs weren’t supposed to beat Texas Tech earlier in the week, a 40-point home loss to a team in transition was a crushing blow. If the Mustangs have any hope of a post-season game or of keeping Phil Bennett employed, they’ve got to rebound quickly against an inferior opponent.Why North Texas might win: North Texas sure isn’t Texas Tech, but it’ll throw the ball as much, which is harrowing news for the SMU defensive backs. The Mustangs were smoked by Graham Harrell and a new set of receivers for 419 yards and four touchdowns on Monday. SMU tackled poorly and covered worse, which presents an opportunity for the Mean Green to make a significant stride in its new offense. Why SMU might win: At one point Saturday night, Bob Stoops was discouraging his Sooners from scoring any more points. The North Texas defense was really that bad in the opener. With Justin Willis at the controls, Emmanuel Sanders running patterns, and DeMyron Martin running like his freshman year, the Mustang offense will have few problems capitalizing on a young and vulnerable Mean Green defense. Who to watch: Now the face of the SMU program, it’s up to Willis to rally the Mustangs and bounce back from the worst game of his young career. He was harassed constantly by a rebuilt Tech defense and made too many mistakes, but will get significantly less resistance this Saturday night in Dallas.What will happen: After playing one of the worst games in Bennett’s tenure at SMU, the Mustangs get an ideal opponent for a feel-good game. Dodge, who’s used to being around high school defenses, is going to feel as if he’s coaching one in 2007.CFN Prediction SMU 35 ... North Texas 16 ... Line: SMU -17Must See Rating: (5 Mad Men - 1 Chelsea Lately) ... 1.5
Thursday, September 6, 2007
So this was during my freshman year, they made us dress in suits, go to a mall and act like we were security guards. Before the video we were ice skating holding giant lolipops surrounded by all this little kids. It was also my first time ice skating. We then had the amazing idea to race, did not go so well...