untitledWhen it comes to the best college games tonight the ESPN family has you covered.  Baylor, Michigan St. and Boise St. each have their eyes on the Final Four but will be tested this evening.  Boise St. will have to beat their former coach, Chris Petersen.  Michigan St. will have to out score a high flying Western Michigan team.  And Baylor will have to beat the tough SMU Mustangs.  What?  They don’t cheat any more?  OK, Baylor by 35 then.

Baylor @ SMU 7:00 PM ESPN
Michigan St. @ W. Michigan 7:00 PM ESPNU
Washington @ Boise St. 10:15 PM ESPN

One of my favorite things about the week leading up to football Saturdays are the videos the schools put out each week to rally the troops and no one does it better than my two favorite teams. Because I’m still on the Harbaugh lost high of last night and I love you so much you don’t have to go searching for them yourself.  Enjoy, It is almost GAMEDAY!



and for all of you asking where your video is call your local athletic department and tell them to get their act together if you don’t see your team.

Malik Zaire is the man this year at Notre Dame and yet many of us really don’t know anything about him.  Here is a quick two minute interview to show a little insight into the new full time signal caller for the Irish.

The OBC doing what the OBC does

Posted: September 3, 2015 by jmklee in Uncategorized

Man, I have missed college football.  Here is just the first of many times we get to see the OBC being, well, the OBC.  FAKE PUNT!!!!

untitledWell the crack BDS reporting staff has done it again (you said crack)  and come up with the transcript of the secret meeting between the Commish and Judge Berman this morning.

Roger: Judge Berman?

Judge Berman: [pointedly ignoring him and Wells] I am extraordinarily busy, sir.

Roger: [tentatively] I just wanted to ask about the suspension. The-the four game suspension, for Brady. Wh-When does he get it?

Judge Berman: He doesn’t.

Roger: Why not?

Judge Berman: Because you broke the rules.

Rogers: What rules? We didn’t see any rules, did we, Wells?

[Wells shakes his head briefly]

Judge Berman: [springs up from his chair, angrily] Wrong, sir! Wrong! Under section 37B of the collective bargaining agreement signed by you, it states quite clearly that all suspensions shall become null and void if – and you can read it for yourself in this photostatic copy:

[grabs a magnifying glass and reads]

Judge Berman: I, the undersigned, shall forfeit all rights, privileges, and licenses herein and herein contained, et cetera, et cetera… Fax mentis incendium gloria cultum, et cetera, et cetera… Memo bis punitor delicatum!

[slams the contract copy and the magnifying glass down, continues shouting]

Judge Berman: It’s all there, black and white, clear as crystal! You were aware that the balls were not properly inflated before the game! You did nothing to fix it and then lied to cover your own ass, so you get nothing! You lose! Good day, sir!

[turns back to his work]

Roger: [shocked] You’re a crook. You’re a cheat and a swindler! That’s what you are!


Roger: How could you do something like this, I am protecting the shield, think of all the women with pink jerseys? You’re an inhuman monster!

Judge Berman: [shouts even louder] I said good day!

[turns back to his work again]

Roger: Come on, Wells. Let’s get out of here. I’ll get even with him if its the last thing I’ll ever do. If Colt’s fans want an appeal, they’ll get one.

If you don’t get it this might help.  (and really, who doesn’t get the reference other than maybe elected officials in Eastern Kentucky)

There has been a lot of back and forth on social media today from different fan bases but the best thing that I saw that pretty much sums it up is this.


Either way can we take a cue from my 6 year old daughter’s favorite and Let it Go!  It is football season people!  We made it!  We get to watch Utah beat down Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines tonight.

Thursday’s College Football TV Line Up

Posted: September 3, 2015 by jmklee in Uncategorized

200This is me and the crew when we all looked at each other and realized that today is GAMEDAY!  Here are the games of interest you will find on TV this evening.

North Carolina @ South Carolina     6:00    ESPN

Oklahoma St. @ C. Michigan            7:00   ESPNU

W. Kentucky @ Vanderbilt                8:00    SECN

Michigan @ Utah                                8:30    FS1

TCU @ Minnesota                              9:00    ESPN

Grab your popcorn, it’s going to be a fun season.


Posted: September 2, 2015 by jmklee in Uncategorized

imagesCA2GD6H6You smell that?  No, not that and you should probably throw that out by the way.  It’s the smell of real football.

Summer is officially over for all practical purposes.  There will still be hot days, you will still have to mow the yard and yes, you will still be able to take the dog out at night in your boxers and not freeze your nuts off.  But fall is here!

I hope everyone had a family fun filled summer.  I know I tried to squeeze in as much as I could so I could safely tell the four women that run the BDS compound to keep it down, the game is on.  Oh, and grab me a beer will you.

The games start Thursday night with the kick off to the college season and here are 5 things to watch this upcoming season.

This is a HUGE season for Brian Kelly and his ND future.  This years Irish team has the talent and the schedule to make a run to the Final Four.  Coach Kelly is not shying away from the expectations and is embracing the build up to this season.  Not only is he telling every reporter who will ask what the goals are but is letting Showtime take us all behind the curtain.  Prediction:  ND goes 11-1 and makes the Final Four.

The SEC will take a step back this year.  The SEC will still be the best conference in the land but the difference between them and the rest is getting pretty tight.  This is a weird year for the SEC where the bottom half will be better (except Vandy) and the Top will not be as dominate.  This is the year that we might not see a SEC team in the Final Four if everyone as at least two losses.  Prediction:  No SEC team will make the Final Four

Will the BIG10 repeat?  Once again it appears to be a two team race between Sparty and the Buckeyes.  When in doubt don’t bet against Urban.  The real thing to watch will be the mushroom cloud in Ann Arbor this year.  Of course Michigan thinks the Golden Child will bring them back but I just don’t see the Harbaugh era ending well and this year will be a disaster.  Prediction:  Ohio St. beats Michigan St again and will make the Final Four.

Will this be the year for the little guy?  This is the year that you will see a non-blueblood team or two make the Final Four.  Other than TCU and Baylor that everyone is talking about, keep an eye on some other teams to crash the party like Boise St., BYU, Arizona St. and get this Western Kentucky.  I know, the Hilltoppers have no real shot at the Final Four but if they beat a SEC (Vandy) and BIG10 (IU) team and don’t get their doors blown off at LSU they might make a New Year’s Day bowl.  Prediction: TCU will make the Final Four leaving the rest on the outside looking in.

The PAC12 will be fun to watch.  This year you will want to do your best to pace yourself Saturday afternoons so you can stay up to watch the west coast games.  This year the PAC12 is deep and loaded with great offenses.  Cal, Arizona, Arizona St., USC, Oregon, and UCLA should be averaging 30+ points a game this year.  Couple that with drunk coaches and you have a recipe for fun.  Prediction:  Oregon is still Oregon and will run through their way to the Final Four.

If you have been paying attention you now have the BDS bold prediction for this years Final Four.

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Smile, it’s finally here.