I'm serious man. After having Monday off work, and watching Vandy and Tennessee last night, I'm just not exactly thrilled about having to work for 3 more days, including coming into the office on Sunday for a while.
Vandy handled Tennessee last night during the "white out" at Memorial Gymnasium. It was definitely a fun game. I was surprised that Vanderbilt was able to hang on to the lead against them after going up by 14 early, and then falling behind early in the 2nd half. Shan Foster is one helluva player. If Indiana wants a great basketball coach, they need to swoop on over to Nashville. Stallings would take that job in about 2 seconds flat.
So Tennessee's run at the top lasted about 28 hours, which is fine for Memphis fans. They liked having that #1 next to their name.
The latest rumor is that Alabama will continue the "big name - neutral site" game in 2009 by playing Texas in New Orleans. Both Texas and Bama want to become a bigger factor in recruiting in Louisiana - and what better way to do it than to play a big time national game that will have everyone buzzing - including the national media. We will kick back up the home & home series again in 2010 with Penn State, and Georgia Tech will be on the schedule in the future as well, along with a possible neutral site game with Duke.
Sean Salisbury is gone from ESPN. Read more here. I actually enjoyed listening to him, even though he was an idiot half the time.
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