My, Aren't We Sensitive?
Now, is Huggins in that boat as well? I guess you could spin it either way, but the fact of the matter remains, as good of a recruiter as he was/is, he wasn't exactly drawing academic all-Americans to his program. But then again, they weren't bashing girls' heads in or shoving their hands down Miss Nebraska's pants at a bar...but questionable recruits nonetheless.
I would go on and on, but I think I've proven my overall point, which is that I know your weaknesses, and I can piss you off...even in April when absolutely nothing else is going on. Kudos to me.
* I can't get into this Don Imus thing. Not that it's a big deal....it's not. Pop culture figures say stuff like that all the time, and yes...even though he was trying to be funny, he may or may not be a complete racist when the microphone is turned off. I don't know, and I don't care.
What I do want to know is....has that guy ALWAYS looked that way? He looks like the love child of Skelator and that kid from Mask. And what is he? 900 years old? Is he actually alive? Or is somebody moving his mouth when the camera is on, and they just splice together his voice during his radio show? Am I the only person who has thought this?
Has anyone else, ever found a more screwed up looking dude in their life? Old age is not treating Don well. I hope this is the last time I ever have to mention him.
* BIG TIME SPRING GAME this weekend!!!!! You can feel the electricity in the air. Or maybe not. Husker Mike reports that Joey Ganz moved the Husker offense with ease during recent scrimmages, while J.C. struggled with his 10 teammates. Although Mike won't admit it, I think it's fairly obvious as to why Keller is having trouble moving his team: They're in awe of him.
The other 10 guys working with Keller are so in awe, so taken aback by the caliber of athlete that J.C. is, they simply cannot concentrate. This is going to be a big problem from Clownahan and the NU coaching staff. Of course, it's a good problem to have, having the greatest quarterback ever to play college football. But it's up to the coaches to calm the rest of the team down, and make them understand that they CAN play on the same field as J.C. Keller. Just because he has the skills of Joe Montana in his prime, does NOT mean they can't compete.
Of course, it's all a moot point anyway, because everybody knows, J.C. will simply scramble for first downs this fall, and he really won't need the other guys to help him out. Regardless, this could be the Husker coaching staff's biggest challenge to date.
* Is that the Husker baseball team I see in eighth place? Uh oh. How is the College World Series going to survive this June? Will the hotel rooms still fill up? Will anybody be downtown? Will anybody even come? How the hell am I supposed to fill up this blog, without 40,000 hicks in Eric Crouch jerseys, leaving the second session of a CWS session, all the while Tom Shatel is babbling on about how the CWS is the greatest event on earth, and should host the Major League World Series as well?
I'm going to have to think about this for a while.
Enjoy the April snow showers. More on the upcoming Keller-palooza this weekend.