Monday, November 6, 2017 – The Missing Monday After Saturday College Football Awards
Full Moon, Time Change, Crazy People, Please Go Vote and pretend it is yesterday. Even though it is Tuesday, November 7.
Today’s program is sponsored by 12th Man Moving and a real estate agent in College Station, Texas.
The Fickle Finger of Football Fate Award goes to teams with State in their name. Oklahoma State, Ohio State, Penn State, NC State, Iowa State all lost. With the exceptions Mississippi State and Michigan State, it was a dismal weekend if State was in your name.
You also receive the Slip Sliding Away Award for sliding down the ranks bringing mid-level bowl offers.
The One in a Row Award goes to Baylor for its victory over Kansas in the Battle for Big 12 Conference Last Place. Kansas, I am giving you an Ugly Uniform Award. That was way too much bright red and bright blue. You looked like a United States map on election night.
THE University of Texas wins the Purple Reign Award losing to TCU.
Speaking of Purple Reign in Lubbock Texas Tech loses to Kansas State in OT.
The Tide rolled through LSU as they get ready for some big time football with Georgia and Auburn on the horizon. Love you, Jalen. Do you Bama Fans realize the Iron Bowl QBs are both from Texas?
And now good news and bad news from The Land of Perennial Football Disappointments, College Station, Texas.
First the bad news – The Texas Aggie football team still has three football games left to play. New Mexico, Ole Miss, and LSU. The Aggies must win one to become eligible for a bowl game no one has ever heard of nor cares about. HWIT, How about Texas A&M and Texas Tech in The Hot Seat Bowl sponsored by Mayflower Moving Company? Bret Bielema from Arkansas can call the game because he’ll probably be out of work too.
More bad news – Sumlin’s contract buy out is $10 million. I feel confident that a GoFundMe page will not be necessary. Pretty sure the big maroon checkbooks have already put the money in the bank.
Now the good news. The Texas A&M Women’s Soccer Team won the SEC Tournament.
Further good news; tip off for Texas Aggie Women’s Basketball was last night.