Thursday, September 11, 2008
The guy who writes for With Leather and Kissing Suzy Kolber who is a former marine, had a brief write up today to take a moment and reflect on the tragic day that happened 7 years ago.
He has a link to an article that he wrote a couple of years ago that is a very good tribute to the events of 9/11. Everyone remembers where they were on that day, and will never forget. Take some time, reflect, and read the article if you can.
If we beat the Lumberjacks by 60 points, what chance do the TREES have??? There has been a lot of whining about Hurricane Ike and the game being moved up 'til noon. As WWHD so eloquently put it, we need to be more worried about the damage that Henson & company are going to inflict upon Stanford's nerd souls and what to do with yourself after you've blacked out before Whataburger even stops selling breakfast.
We used to have plenty of day games when I was a freshman and sophomore- and while not getting to sleep in might suck, it's totally worth it when you lay down for a coma/nap in the afternoon with a W already in hand. So make sure your alarm clocks are set for Saturday morning, get the ingredients ready for bloody mary's, screwdrivers, etc, and let's rediscover the beauty that is the AM bender.
As an added bonus, here is the latest computer model projection of what the newscast will look like Saturday night in the Bay Area:
Patterson: Stanford will prepare Frogs for OU BYU Daily Skiff
Q&A with San Francisco Chronicle's Michelle Smith Scout
Health center aims to negotiate cheaper contraceptives Daily Skiff
Studs and duds week 3 ProFantasySports.com
Ex-TCU, Cheifs stadout Sherill Headrick, 71, dies Star-Telegram
MWC league hopes to overtake Pac-10 Salt Lake Tribune
Guarantee for non-BCS duo is no molehill CBSsports
This Week's Opponent
Stanford at TCU KTVU
Stanford's Dray set to return from devastating knee injury San Francisco Chronicle
Pac-10 morning ESPN
Who's going to win? picking the Pac-10 week 3 ESPN