TNIAAM: I see you attend the game. Before we get to the carnage, what was it like on campus beforehand?
BRIAN: There were tons of people around. Looking around, I'd say it was a complete 50/50 split between
TNIAAM: The game itself. Wa'happend?
BRIAN: I think that is what I would like to know. The team seemed to take a huge step back from the previous two games. In the three games
And how could I forget the defense, absolutely shitting the bed. Granted that
TNIAAM: Can you walk away from the game with any silver linings?
BRIAN: In my opinion absolutely none that matter on the field.
The only true silver lining is that seeing as they definitely did not win the game, Greggers has to be gone at the end of the year for certain now right? No magical upset win to point to and say that they should keep him on this time.
TNIAAM: When Daryl Gross and Nancy Cantor were introduced, did you boo?
BRIAN: Did I actually boo? No, I was chatting with some friends about Dennis Quaid and the movie, which my friends and I enjoyed the night before. Did I want to boo? Absolutely. I have wanted to boo them for quite some time. I must admit, when DOCTOR Gross got to
The same cannot be said for me believing in Nancy Cantor as Chancellor. I was always a Buzz Shaw fan. Having someone personable, approachable, and likeable at chancellor is huge for any student. She was none of those things right from the start. Oh yeah, and for some reason she hates free speech. The Axis of Evil shirts that are being sold are so correct it is not even funny. I have pledged to not donate any money to the university, my university, unless Nancy and Gross are not in charge anymore. They have taken a great university and made it a laughing stock in a lot of ways.
TNIAAM: Let's say you're in charge. Would you have fired Greg Robinson after the game? If not, what is your plan?
BRIAN: My plan is to immediately announce after the game that
I'm open to other suggestions for how to handle this situation immediately, but I figured after thinking about it this would probably be the best and most fair plan for all involved, including Greg. Greg being someone who probably shouldn't be getting such the benefit of the doubt.
TNIAAM: We've been so focused on the
BRIAN: The sad thing about this team is that they could regress even more, or just simply not believe they could beat them, and thus lose to a 1-AA team. That, my friends, would be a low point. While Northeastern will not even remotely come close to the teams they have already played, it is not about who on the field is better, but who is better right now. I'm sure Northeastern's coach has got them watching film of the Northwestern and
So could we lose to Northeastern? The answer is clearly yes. Do I think we will? No, I still think
TNIAAM: Switching gears, the men's basketball schedule is taking shape. Early thoughts?
BRIAN: I am very displeased with the Big East slate, specifically the home Big East slate. There are only two home games on a Saturday? Seriously?! Thank god
Additionally, I am also displeased with not many away games on Saturday as well. I try to hit one away game a year, be it at
I am very pleased with the non-conference games we have the pleasure of seeing. Strength of schedule is on the rise with the addition of
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