Divisional Saturday Roundtable and 12 January Lesser Footy Thread

HAIL GAMBLOR!  European footy is mostly all back this weekend. Arsenal ride into West Ham to start festivities (7:30, NBCSN).  The Gooners are feeling the hot breath of Man U(re) for 5th position, while the Hammers have worked their way up to the top half (10th).  Could be fairly interesting. Redshite visit

Sunday Morning Wild Card Hippo Thoughts y Roundtable

Did y'all somewhat enjoy the "action" yesterday?  Buckle up, they's MOAR comin' - like a 70s key party. We started with an imaginarium hosting yet another Saturday afternoon fixture, defying all conventional notions of physics.  Chalk this win up to an amazing game plan on both sides of the Humps'

A Round Man’s Roundtable (Saturday Fixtures) – Also FA Cup/Lesser Footy Open Thread

I am in no way, shape, or form going to try to lay out the structure or matchups involved in the English FA Cup.  I know Everton's home tie with Lincoln City is on ESPN+ at 10:00.  Surely, I will watch it and bitch heartily. No, we will collect the hivemind

JV New Year’s Eve Open Thread

So much not-that-bad-if-they-try action! Virginia Tech (+5.5) v. JV Cincinnati, Military Industrial Complex Bowl (Annapolis, MD - Noon, ESPN) I moneyline bet the Castrated Turkeys, as this is a de facto home contest, and they are fairly well-coached.  This will be at the half when this posts, so y'all may already be

28 December JV NFL Preview

More balls will be footed today, huzzah! Purdue (+3) v. Auburn, Bring Back Faith Hill Bowl (Nashville, TN - 1:30, ESPN) The nation watches as Purdue Pete tries to win one MOAR for Cancer Boy.  Unfortunately, the SEC West - much like cancer - always wins in the end. West By God Virginia

Boxing Day Open Lesser Footy Thread

Rejoice, for the Merry Brits are bringing the sport lumber today! NBCSN has a quardruple-header, starting with Fulham/Wolves (NOW, nil-nil as the second half gets under way).  This is followed by a terrible Bardodes at Redshit fixture (10:00), then two pretty decent ones - Brighton/Arsenal (noon), and Chelsea/Watford (2:30). Of course 10:00