HUSKIES HEAD TO TEMPE FOR PAC 12 OPENER
ARIZONA HEADS TO SEATTLE FOR BATTLE OF UNBEATENS
STANFORD STILL THE CLASS OF THE COAST
TROJANS IN DISARRAY
DUCKS GO DOWN TO DEFEAT
BAMA OLE MISS WAS A CLASSIC GAME FOR THE AGES
READY TO TAKE THE GLOVES OFF DAWGS?
The long exhibition season is over at last and the young and improving top ranked DAWGS are about to find out if another off season natty will be crushed and bleeding in the street by early October.
The Huskies did what they had to do in crushing weak opponents. That is better than losing to them. That's our take away from the first three games. Now it gets serious with a visit from Serious Arizona to El Al Air Field at Todd Turner Stadium. The Huskies curb stomped the poorly coached Wildcats last year but that was in Flagstaff, not Seattle. The Huskies struggle on the road against everyone including the lowly Arizona squad that has never won a conference title.
Just two years ago the Huskies fumbled the game away after dominating the metrics throughout the game.
Can Browning make the plays and can Petersen not make stupid in game decisions and can our DAWGS get out to a 1-0 start before Stanford comes calling and reality hits us in the face like a blow from an abuser who promised us it would be different this time?
Larry FS Scott has decided that this game and the Oregon Colorado game should be on the unavailable and innovative Pac 12 network. Cal and ASU get the Pac 12 after dark slot that people can actually watch. Look for a 6 hour game topping 160 total points as the Bears skull fuck the ASU lads right in Tillman's Tunnel.
Stanford is on the 5PM ABC game again as they look to follow up their embarrassment of USC with a big time ass kicking of the soft, faggoty, Bruins. Jim Mora has yet to come within 30 points of beating David Shaw.
The highest rated, most watched, best played game of the weekend took place in Rebel Territory as my Alabama Crimson tide took revenge on the upstart Rebs and broke an embarrassing two game losing string.
Led by true freshman quarterback Aldacious Hurtz, The Tide fell behind by 18 points only to run a 36 point turn around before surrounding two quick TDs to keep the fans watching to the end.
It was a great game played by great players in the greatest league in the great game of college football. Next up for the Tide is a visit by Don James' Kent State Golden Flashes. Nick Saban is a proud alum of the Ohio school famous for its four dead students.
Ole Miss will try to bounce back against Georgia and their freshman sensation Jock Eason. The Rebs are in danger of ending their season this week.
LSU slapped around Miss State behind Leonard Fournette. Now they play long time rival Auburn. Losing coach will be fired at the 50 after the game.
The best game should be Arkansas and Texas A&M in an old Southwest Conference grudge match. Both teams are unbeaten and ripe for their annual losing streak.
ODDS AND ENDS
Louisville curb stomped Free Shoes out of the ACC and playoff race...Nebraska pulled off a classy win over Oregon as Mike Reilly got more out of less than Mike Helfrich could get less out of more...the long steep decline has begun for Oregon...no one is scared of them anymore other than our DAWG players...Cal beat Texas again...Michigan State beat Notre Dame again...The Rams beat the Hawks again
2. Crimson Tide
3. Ohio State
5. Our DAWGS