Yep, we are all living a lie
We were, I assume, supposed to get word on whether the Big 10 presidents voted or not last night to play Football this fall. Nothing came to light. So, either nothing did happen or they are just waiting until later today to announce.
I honestly have no idea what take of any of this.
We have heard this before. Yes, I know Nebraska’s president Carter was overheard talking about it on a “hot mic”.
I would assume that we will hear one way or another later today.
We listen to people who name themselves after water transportation.
I still have no idea what to make of this.
Also, Jill and I switched flakes if you didn’t notice on Monday.
This is what you will get from me on Wednesdays.
I can’t promise it will always be like this, if anything it might be worse.
Also, we should know today what the NCAA basketball season will look like this season.
That will be another article from me when that happens.
Anyone else watching “Dark” on Netflix?
I love it, turn off the English dubbing and put it on the original German with English subtitles.
Anyway, I digress.
Godspeed, College sports.
The voice of College Football @KirkHerbstreit reacts to Nebraska's president on a hot mic saying:— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) September 15, 2020
"We're getting ready to announce the #Huskers and #BigTen Football tonight" #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/sTl3pWbM4t
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