Friday, November 20, 2015


There was a time when no one would market college kids. Now it's all over. In my email today I recived this about LSU's Ben Simmons. I just found it weird that they marketed this like event.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Apathy with a side of blowout


I've sat in the same seats for the last decade at Rutgers and Saturday someone summed up the season perfectly: "You can hear the apathy as he thew that ball."

Think about that. No one cares about the program anymore. Students aren't showing up. Fans aren't showing up. All of the stuff that Greg Schiano built during his tenure is gone. 

It's time to move on from the current regime, they have lost the plot. No emotion same stale press conferences. No answers on how to solve this crisis. The end is near and thankful so the end of the season. 

Monday, November 09, 2015

Friday, November 06, 2015

WWE version of March Madness

So Seth Rollins blows out his knee and while it's terrible it has created something that I'm very excited about. 

For years I've been screaming about the lack of one night type in pro wrestling tournaments. Now at this year's Survivor Series we are going to get a one night tournament to determine the new WWE Champ. I can't wait. 

For years PWG has put on The Battle of LA, a three night event that crowns the weekends best wrestler. I own the last five of them on DVD. 

These types of events also show you the best workers in the company. You are asking wrestlers to work three matches in the span of a three hour show. It also shows what type of athletes wrestlers are.  

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

One too many openings

So now Minnesota, Illinois and Maryland are open with the possibility that Purdue could be open also.

Seeing that could this be enough for Flood to stay on another year since the candidate pool is not that deep. It's just a thought. We are all going to be drawing from the same candidate pool. 

Not saying he should be released it was just a thought.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Sunday Bloody Sunday

The Philly Daily News sums up yesterday's mess perfectly. Only Pope Francis can save us.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

It's over before it started

I had a feeling that Rutgers was not going to be as good this year as it was last year but I didn't think that by 11pm on Sept. 19 the season would be basically over. 

Last nights performance against Penn State took me back to a time when Rutgers was uncompetitive, a time when a loss to Villanova was a real possibility. They looked over matched, against a team that loss to Temple. They looked out coached. 

All of the momentum of an 8-win first season in the Big Ten is gone. The program is sliding down hill quickly. All that Greg Schiano built during his tenure is in danger is of being loss. This program  is in real danger.