So what if Terrelle Pryor got paid up to $40,000 for his signature on memorabilia. So what if Terrelle Pryor got free cars and free meals and free women. So what if Pryor got Tressel fired. And so what if Pryor got the Buckeyes in a shitload of trouble with heavy sanctions a mere formality.
Pryor don't care. Pryor is rich! Bitch! He's going to get paid out of the ass from dirty Buckeye boosters to keep his mouth shut about what really went on in Columbus. But fuck all that! The party is at Pryors house* tonight!
*=paid for by the Young Republicans of Buckeyes
Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Got your beer on ice? Brats ready for grilling? Tailgate locked and loaded for Saturdays in the Fall? Well if you are like me you can't wait for college football to kick off. Here are the SportsCrack.com's Must-See College Football Games for 2011:
1. Oregon vs LSU (Cowboys Stadium) September 3rd
In a huge matchup for two top 10 teams ready to kickoff the season in "Jerry Land" this will be a true litmus test for the rest of their seasons. Whoever wins this PAC-12 vs SEC game clash could be headed to the BCS Title game. Whoever loses will face an uphill battle to get back into BCS consideration. With two fanbases who are known to be extremely loud this game should be electric.
2. Boise State vs Georgia (Georgia Dome) September 3rd
The last time Boise came down to Georgia it didn't end too well for the Smurfs. They were blown out by the Dawgs in Athens back when Jared Zabransky and Dan Hawkins were hot commodities. This time it will be in Atlanta at the Georgia Dome with Boise expected to be the favorite despite playing the David in the David vs Goliath role. Kellen Moore will be looking to make a favorable Heisman impression on the voters on National TV while Georgia and coach Mark Richt will be looking to rebound from a disastrous 2010 losing season.
3. Oklahoma at FSU September 17th
Last year FSU went to Norman and got their collectives asses kicked. This year the game with two top 10 teams will be in Semen-hole country in Tallahassee. The Sooners will be #1 in the country behind a potent offense led by QB Landry Jones. FSU will be looking for payback while also trying to get back to a BCS Bowl game under 2nd year head coach Jimbo Fisher. This game will say a lot whether FSU is really back or just overhyped preseason.
4. LSU at West Virginia September 24th
The Bayou Bengals have one of the toughest schedules in the nation and a night game in Morgantown could be their achilles when all is said and done. WVU should be the favorite to win the Big East and if they can beat LSU they have a legit shot at reaching a BCS Title game. The X factor should be West Virginia QB Geno Smith. If he plays big then watch out for the Mountaineers.
5. Ohio State at Nebraska October 8th
This should be the start of a huge rivalry between two tremendous programs and fanbases. Nebraska and Bo Pelini will be looking to make a Big Ten title run with a home victory over the reigning Big Ten Champs in Ohio State. The Buckeyes could make a statement and tell the world they aren't ready to roll over and hide after sanctions come down because of Jim Tressel and Terrelle Pryor. Or they could wilt in Lincoln under a tremendous Husker team who should be able to run the ball.
6. Texas A&M at Oklahoma November 5th
The Aggies haven't won an outright Big 12 title since 1998. If they can beat the Sooners in Norman behind a great rushing attack led by Cyrus Gray they could change their fortunes. Oklahoma will be looking for revenge after getting blown out by the Aggies on the road last season. Offensively this should be a wide open game with tons of points being put on the scoreboard. I think it's safe to say whoever wins this game has the inside track for the Big 12 Championship game.
7. LSU at Alabama November 5th
If you like hard hitting football then this will be the game to watch. More than likely it won't be the prettiest game unless you love defensive battles. The SEC West is by far the toughest division in college football and both the Tigers and Crimson Tide will be looking for a win to possible secure a SEC Championship berth in Atlanta.
8. Oregon at Stanford November 12th
This game is for the PAC-12 Championship. Last season Oregon ran rough shot over the Cardinal in the second half on way to a BCS Title game berth. This season Stanford and Andrew Luck will be looking to win their first conference title in over a decade while also securing a Heisman in his trophy case. In what should be a very entertaining game look for LaMichael James to make a statement when it comes to West Coast supremacy.
9. Notre Dame at Stanford November 26th
This end of the season clash between two rising programs could determine a BCS Bowl berth. Luck will be going against a much improved Fighting Irish defense and will have to avoid LB Manti Te'o. Notre Dame will be looking to snap a 2-game losing streak against Stanford and get back to a BCS Bowl game for the first time in 5 years. This game should come down to the final whistle.
10. Alabama at Auburn (Iron Bowl) November 26th
Do we really need to talk about this game to let you know how must-see this is? You have fans poisoning trees. You have the last two National Champions on the field. It's the fucking Iron Bowl. It's bigger than Charlie Weis waistband. And while both these teams might already be out of the National Championship picture it still doesn't make this game any less intriguing.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 12:33 PM
The M Zone has this hilarious spoof of Jim Tressel as played by Vestocchio. The dig at the SEC in the end wasn't completely necessary but I get the point. Little Sisters of the Poor.
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Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 8:36 AM