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Tweet of the Morning:
The UL shirt claims a title in 1948, when UK won it. That wouldn't be more UL if it smoked Black & Milds and missed child support payments.— Not Jerry Tipton (@NotJerryTipton) August 30, 2012
Seriously, Not Jerry Tipton could win this thing almost every morning.
Your quickies follow the jump.
There are none so blind as those who will not see. Twitter is the bane of the modern world, but Drew Franklin calls out some Cardinal fans for taking douchebaggery to a new level.
Death threats, Card fans? Really?
What happens when there is a rush to judgment? A prosecutor, who tries to put people in jail for a living, gets a "no true bill" from a grand jury and then criticizes the process by which Wells was expelled from Xavier.That is extraordinary, and although Wells cannot be exonerated by the legal system, this is just about as close as you can come.
This makes me feel much better about the young man. Nice work by Eammon Brennan. Hat tip: Troy Machir.
I think John's right here, and you should read the whole thing. But this paragraph made me laugh:
(Believe it or not, Louisville is apparently out of scholarships.) I say apparently because at this point, especially with Wells, it’s difficult to separate fact from fiction.
Sometimes understatement is the soul of humor.
Am I the only one who doesn't care who the #3 quarterback is?
Ah, yes, the most famous rationalization of all when it comes to college sports. Funny stuff. Anyone who writes hate mail to Doyel is a fool.
Enjoy it if you can. I found it a bit forced, but it's probably just because they dissed UK at every possible turn. God, I'd love a few laughs at the nay-sayer's expense. Wonder if I'll get any?
It's the annual "Louisville Hate Day" at KSR. Here at A Sea of Blue, we will refrain from hate and settle for disdain.
Then again, "Louisville Disdain Day" just doesn't quite roll off the tongue, does it?
If we can really run on the Cardinals Saturday, I like our chances.
Well, if running the ball is really our strength, rain could be a good thing.