Click Chorus: Nov. 18, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Idaho governor Butch Otter, who, and it wouldn’t surprise you given the antics of the two most notable football teams in his state, ascended to his current position by simply targeting his opponents and then leading with his helmet. Politics as usual. ***** Ty wrote his “Thursday Proverbs” column. Read it here and read it NOW. Or, depending on the speed of your Internet connection, a few seconds from now. • Fox Sports acquired the rights to the first six Big Ten title games. It sounds like win-win — the game and league . . .
August Countdown: Oklahoma State (10)
Throughout August we will be counting down the top 25 teams (as listed here) going into the 2009 season. Today, in my return from the Canadian wilderness, I make the proverbial trip to Stillwater to examine why it is that an orange cowboy with a giant head shoots off an annoyingly loud rifle every 19 seconds. I’m told this signifies something good happening, but if you’ve ever seen or heard this, you, like me, have your doubts. First Impression Unless the thought new money in college football bothers you, there’s very little not to like about Oklahoma State. They run . . .