Radio talk show host, blogger and general Republican toady Hugh Hewitt suggests the 2008 college football season will be the mother of all “end of an era” seasons:
HEWITT: By the way, I — I’m still trying to find two tickets to the Ohio State-USC game. And none of the USC people will give up their tickets to me. I’d pay fair price. They — they know Ohio State’s gonna slaughter the Trojans. They know that they’re gonna slaughter the Trojans, and therefore they do not want me there at the bloodbath, since it’s probably the last football game we’ll ever get to see before the United States gets blown up by the Islamists under Obama…
Damn, I hope Georgia wins the national title this year. We may never have another chance.
There’s all kinds of stuff to peek at on the ‘Net this morning:
- A couple of more looks at what the Comcast-Big Ten Network deal means: War is hell and It’s gonna cost you, SEC fans.
- Sunday Morning Quarterback analyzes the past, present and future of the Georgia Tech program. This factoid can’t be grounds for optimism: “None of Navy’s actual BCS conference victims came anywhere near a winning record.“ (By the way, I don’t think anyone will ever come up with a more pithy summary of the Chan Gailey era than Ian Cohen did in this post header.)
- Some thoughts on speed from HeismanPundit and ESPN’s Bruce Feldman. (Basically, there’s two kinds of speed in this world – foot speed and football speed.)
- 21 scholarship players have left the University of Louisville program since the spring of 2007 (h/t The Wizard of Odds)? Jeebus. You folks at Arkansas sure better hope Petrino sticks around for a while.
- Dude, it’s time to get out of your mom’s basement.
The preseason legend builds.
There was no hesitation from linebacker Dannell Ellerbe when the question was posed to him.
Which Georgia player has opened his eyes in summer workouts?
“A.J. Green,” Ellerbe said. “He looks real good.”
The freshman receiver from Summerville, S.C., is the most heralded member of Georgia’s incoming recruiting class. Ellerbe can tell why from seeing him in seven-on-seven drills. He says the 6-foot-4 Green runs with long strides in a style that reminds him of a Randy Moss.
“He’s just a go-getter,” Ellerbe said. “He’ll go get the football…”