Air thine grievances here, y'all. Birmingham Bowl - Texas Tech v. South Florida (Noon, ESPN) IIRC, this used to have Papa John attached to it, surely a relief to him not, now that the city done sent all them daaaahhhhkies to vote for Sen-elect Doug Muthafuckin' Jones!! No, I'm not tired of saying
This is tWBS coming to you live from Canadia. Sort of. But no, not really. Apparently, Canadia decided to go all Puerto Rico this evening, and lose power at just the wrong time. BeerSteinRicardo didn't quite get tonight's open thread finished to his own satisfaction before this happened. So I'm providing the
4:00 EST UPDATE - By Special Commentist Party Demand.... Bearistocrats! at Fuck Lions (4:30, NFLN) Technically, this one does count as a varsity contest. The line is down to Fuck Lions -5 (ML +195 FOAR Chi****), so it seems maybe the sharps think it's somewhat likely Fat Stafford's hand blows up, and/or
Yes, our long winter of discontent beckons. Blech. We jump straight into the 10:00 window, there being no early match. Which kind of sucks. Anyway, NBCSN brings you Man U hosting the surprisingly competent, 9th position Seagulls of Brighton & Hove. CNBC has alternate viewing, in the form of Spurs hosting
Yes, my friends, it's time to rekindle some hatred-based good times from our childhoods. Ain't that always a hoot? No Euro-Lesser Footy, as they's on international break, yet again. SIGH. Michigan State at Ohio State (Noon, Fox) These teams are right next to one another in the rankings (12/13), but the spread
Yes, it's coming early this year, but Bedlam! nonetheless. First, the rolly-ball varietal. Stoke City and Leicester start us off (8:30, NBCSN), with the time zones still all fucked up and shite. Stoke are really awful, Foxes slightly less so. Alarm not set. Newcastle and Bournemouth somehow pass for NBCSN's "feature"
With Thursday's pathetic home loss to Lyon, Everton are essentially out of Europe after only half of their group ties played (their 1 point representing the worst English result at this stage ever - and that's even counting Hull the season they made it whilst playing in the Championship). Combined with
Welcome back to the full monty of Lesser Footy, no more international break silliness. HAHAHAHAHAHA, losing at home to Trinidad and Tobago, USMNT. Have a fucking word. It's the battle of annoying, evil arsehole red-clad sides to start things off, with semi-struggling Liverpool hosting 2nd on goal differential United (7:30, NBCSN).