"We do not have homosexuals at our school. At Baylor we do not have this phenomenon. I don't know who's told you we have this." -Baylor University president Ken Starr, who is probably not able to prove that blowjobs happen on his campus, either...
When Friday's season opener first moved into the range of the Weather Channel's 10-day forecasts, it looked like the Frogs and Bears would be playing each other in the same weather that we've had for the past three months: hot, dry and miserable. Not a big deal, I can handle sweating a little bit and you know GP's teams can deal with the heat better than Art Briles'.
But it looks as though Mother Nature my have finally found the kryptonite for the high-pressure system that has kept the Lone Star State hostage this summer. The revised forecast for Friday in Waco calls for a high of 94 degrees and a 40% chance of rain during day, 30% at night and humidity of up to 64%.
It is usually said that rain can increase the odds of an upset, but I'll let you debate whether or not that's true and which of these teams would fair better in the slop. After reading a study that said that as many as 37% of Baylor students were forced to enroll there by parents who wanted them to pray the gay away*, I'm holding out hope of seeing a re-enactment of everybody's favorite t.A.T.u. video.
*-it's not working: