Monday, January 6, 2014

Bowl Movements


  • Florida State will win the BCS Bowl Monday night. 

  • On the pro-front the Seattle Seahawks will advance to the next round and Redskins owner, Dan Snyder will change the name of his 3-13 team in the 2013 season to the Washington Seminoles.

    No problem with “Political Correctness.” In 2005 the National Collegiate Athletic Association agreed with the 3,100-member tribe and the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, which had endorsed the nickname. The N.C.A.A. removed Florida State from the list of universities banned from using what it called "hostile and abusive" mascots and nicknames during postseason play. 

  • Snyder will not wait for some other team to draft Johnny Manziel. He will sign Johnny Football (which will become his legal name as head football coach and chief cheerleader) and announce to the press that Johnny Football is “too small to be an NFL quarterback but plenty big enough to be his new Coach. But when the 2014 season begins, guess who will come out on the field to quarterback the new and approved Seminoles? JF will become the youngest and first coach/quarterback in NFL history and Snyder said he expects no disagreements between his coach and quarterback. 

  • Meanwhile, back at the Leland Stanford Ranch, Cardinal President John L. Hennessy will go over the head of his Athletic Director, Bernard Muir announcing that the University was academically embarrassed by the play calls in the last quarter of the Rose Bowl, and replace coach David Shaw with former Stanford head football coach “Ty” Willingham (1995-2001), who is currently a volunteer assistant coach for the Stanford University women's golf team, will get a major adjustment in his current salary. Shaw will replace Willingham and will retain Tiger Woods as his assistant volunteer assistant. Lindsey Vonn will become the new Stanford ski coach. 

Tune in soon for my predictions on the future of Brent Musburger (it involves a new fast-food chain).

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