The Games are Over for Now
The regular season is over. It was awesome, but it’s over. Now we know the teams facing off for the national championship. We’re almost out of the debate stage. Hopefully, in a few more days, we can be rid completely of questions for everyone from Kirk Herbstreit to Tom Brady about who should be playing Ohio State.
At this point it doesn’t even matter does it? It’s Florida. Florida and Ohio State folks, let’s enjoy that. Sorry Wolverines, whether I was on your side or not is irrelevant now (actually, it was always irrelevant). Your going to the Rose Bowl, I don’t feel sorry for you.
Coaches, coaches. It’s about to get crazy. As of right now, the dominoes have yet to fall. However, I will not be surprised if by the time this sits online for less than a day the events have been set in motion. Word is Rich Rodriguez is close to becoming the new coach at Alabama. That is nothing more than a well circulated rumor at this point so no meltdowns please. But, if that happens, a chain of events will be set in motion that should keep us occupied until the bowl season kicks off.
Speaking of bowl season, has anyone else noticed there are two bowls immediately before the national championship that are well...not as big as the other bowls directly before the championship? Oh yeah, one of them is in Canada. I love Canada, nothing against Canada, but why are these bowls when they are. I can take small bowls, in the beginning. Before Christmas. Once we get to New Year’s, I don’t want to see those.
Oh well, it’s bonus NCAA Football. And that can’t be bad.
Oh yeah, there’s this little award being given out called the Heisman Trophy. No suspense here. Congratulations Troy Smith.