Alabama cock slapped the Bayou Bengals 21-0 on Monday, in a game that inexplicably coerced dozens of OSU fans to flood Facebook and the internet chat rooms with “booooring” and “this is bad football” and “we would have hammered LSU/Alabama”.
Earth to idiot Aggie. It was bad offense by LSU because Alabama plays NFL defense. Don’t think for one blue second the Crimson Tide would have allowed the Pokes to run roughshod in the Superdome. And don’t think OSU’s defense would have shut down LSU. Be happy you beat OU for the first time in eight years. Be happy some genius from Stanford 2-ironed a 35-yard field goal. Don’t go all Sooner daywalker and start whining and bitching about what could have or would have been.
I seem to recall a certain smart guy who writes a relatively unfunny, yet condescending weekly article on a regionally well-known politico/current event blog saying something about something being an important aspect of Bedlam. Something about turnovers or somesuch …
Look, I know Oklahoma played this past weekend. But if a tree falls in a forest, and nobody hears it fall, did it actually fall? Something something no fans were at the game something it was boring as hell something something metaphor. It was a brutal game to watch at home. I pity you fools who paid upwards of $10 to watch that waste of 4 hours. Dropped passes, no running game, punt, punt, punt. I would suggest that perhaps the Oklahoma brass not schedule a shitty home game the Saturday of Thanksgiving break if they want to have more than a few hundred students roll out.
Yet another in a series of 40 minutes of boring football coupled with 20 minutes of utter domination, the Oklahoma Sooners defeated SEC
bound perennial doormat Texas A&m 41-25 last Saturday afternoon, proving once again it doesn’t have to be night game in order for me to get rip-roaring drunk before kickoff. Oklahoma slept walked through a generally boring first half before the Aggies Mike Shermaned their way to a 0-28 point run to start the second half. OU again looked average for much of the game, and like a national champion for a quarter and a half.
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