The Ultimate Media Conundrum

You know, it’s too bad the New England Patriots and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish can’t play each other. It would be fun to watch the TV foofs’ heads explode trying to decide who to cheer for.

I’ve come to expect poor quality, unprofessional work from Phil Simms. But the nonstop Patriot ass-kissing from Jim Nantz was just too much. Tonight’s game showing what has made the Pats such true champions? My hairy ass. The Patriots did everything possible to lose the game (3 fumbled kicks?), and lose they did. What’s so champion-like about that?

But don’t worry – there will be a long offseason for the experts to predict titles for the Irish and Pats in 2006-07. But at least we’ll get a 3-week respite first.

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1995 NC State graduate, sufferer of Les and MOC during my entire student tenure. An equal-opportunity objective critic and analyst of Wolfpack sports.

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3 Responses to The Ultimate Media Conundrum

  1. lumberpack 01/15/2006 at 10:18 AM #

    Well. its no different than a number of web sites such as Packpride or others that only want to blow sunshine up the ass of NCSU fans. I’ve often wondered if some of these guys are on the take to pump up the positive and downplay the negative.

    It’s like intellectual prostitution and with State, there is never a “happy ending”. 🙂

  2. VaWolf82 01/15/2006 at 3:06 PM #

    Don’t forget USC as well. Idiots never learn.

  3. Adam 01/15/2006 at 11:31 PM #

    Oh yeah, there’s no reason to give praise to a team that’s won 3 out of the last 4 super bowls. Let’s complain about the media attention given to the Colts the ENTIRE season only for them to blow it once again.

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