Paul Westerdawg's post on Terrence Moore's column urging the Falcons to show UGA more love generated quite a bit of discussion. Doug rose in defense of the Falcons, causing me to lose a bet that I'd never use "Falcons" and "defense" in the same sentence. [Damn you, Doug!] Doug persuasively argues the Falcons are only the sixth-most pathetic professional sports franchise. I still think the Anonymous commenter who doesn't see a link between Falcons' attendance and drafting players from
It has begun. The Bringer of Doom continues to make the compelling case that each homerun hit by Barry Bonds brings the world closer to the apocalypse.
May 24, 2006: Homerun #709, Typhoon Monica, & new bin Laden tape = coincidence?
Orson Swindle defends fruity cursive in response to recent derision that the Gators' helmets are Sunkist soda bottle rip-offs. [Preview: USC's helmets = "Ritual sodomy. Condoms. Susceptible to ridiculous invasion plans"]
Finally, in a multi-part post T. Kyle King channels Nixon's Southern Strategy into collegiate athletics and presents his plan for Radical Realignment. In other words, Kyle impressively (and impropably) makes a Baylor vs. Kentucky game into compelling viewing.