Archive for the ‘Purdue University’ Category

That’s One Small Step For Man, One Giant Misstep For PUke-kind

Monday, March 29th, 2010

As Indiana University grads, little makes us happier than watching Purdue flame out of the NCAA Tournament while we stay at home for a second consecutive season. But there is something that widens the smile on our face. It's Purdue-on-Purdue crime. And ladies and gentlemen, it doesn't get much bigger than when ...

NCAA Tournament Thoughts: Day One, Early Session

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

I guess you could call this a running diary, but it's really more just my thoughts as the games progress. There will be very little rhyme or reason to the updates, they'll just arrive as things come into the cosmic skull jelly that rests between my ears. Enjoy. Games on right ...

Perhaps Indiana Can Still Make this Game Watchable

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

Today could be a nightmare. Usually there are few things better for the writers of this blog than a little Indiana-Purdue rivalry, especially this time of year. That's because basketball season is the time where Hoosiers get revenge for a normally embarrassing football loss. Not so this year. Since Kelvin Sampson pillaged and burned the Indiana program ...

Bob Knight’s Mexican Donkey Show Makes Us PUke

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

I wasn't the biggest Bob Knight fan growing up. I didn't grow up anywhere near Indiana. I was one of those IU freshmen who thought "The General" was Patton or MacArthur. But as far as Bob Knight goes as a studio and in-game analyst, I love it. I can't get enough ...

One Night Back in College and I’m Pooped

Monday, January 19th, 2009

I'm an Indiana grad. Whoopee! We've been over this ad nauseam. Our team sucks this year, and when I say suck, I mean the Hoosiers are up for the AVN Best Oral Scene for 2009. Coincidentally, we're also up for Best Repeated Anal Scene, though Jules Jordan's Weapons of Ass ...

A Day To Make You PUke

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

There are some days you just know God hates you a little more than others. Saturday was one such day for me. I know you’re probably sick of hearing it, but I’m an Indiana University alum and still live in the bustling metropolis that is Indianapolis, otherwise known as David Lettermanville. On Saturday, ...