I do hate Brent Musberger.Rok
I do hate Brent Musberger.Yeah.
Yeah.But the combo of Cameron Indoor Stadium & Al McGuire was enough to make a person barf! ...in blue!!
Headed to the rack my friend.
My best to you as well.Rok
Good morfternoon, PCK, and all our friends of the B&G!!!
Appears I will have no excuses soon for neglecting the Senora's honey-do list.
Appears I will have no excuses soon for neglecting the Senora's honey-do list
Rok!, There's always hockey.
Where you will no doubt find HOCK being played by those who love it enough to play for free.
Only 29 shopping days left, if we survive the end of the world.
Hey K93! I did a little reading on this ... VERY little, mind you ... and I discovered the world actually ended in 1998. So Ah reckunn we doin' purdy guude. Nice pic of the Schnozz from yesteryear, BTW. Possibly circa 1987 and the Keith Smart jumper? Where is his ORANGE? 2 .06 stripes on a tie doesn't quite cut it!
Going into the final week of the season, Rutgers had clinched at least a share of the Big East title, but it was possible that the season could end with a three-way or a four-way tie for the conference championship. The scenarios are:
* Rutgers will win the title and the Big East BCS berth outright with a win over Louisville on November 29.
* If Louisville wins, it will create a three-way tie between the two schools and Syracuse. Cincinnati could then join the logjam atop the conference with a win over UConn on December 1.
The conference's BCS berth would then be decided by tiebreakers. Under Big East rules, the first tiebreaker among three or more teams is head-to-head record among the tied teams, followed by the BCS standings.
A three-way tie would go to the BCS standings, since Louisville, Rutgers, and Syracuse are 1–1 against one another. In a four-way tie, Cincinnati and Syracuse would be eliminated with 1–2 records against the other three teams, with the BCS berth then going to the higher-ranked team between Louisville and Rutgers. The conference said that Louisville would most likely receive the BCS berth if it defeated Rutgers.
Yep, the Cuse have a chance......ain't gonna happen.