Wednesday, October 21, 2009
So, the UFL is in its third week.
The Florida Tuskers are 2-0.
The California Redwoods and Las Vegas Locomotives are both 1-1.
And the New York Sentinels are 0-2.
So the Giants secondary and Mark Sanchez aren't the only ones besmirching the name of New York football this week.
But it's good that the Tuskers are 2-0, because the brother-in-law of the husband of someone I work with plays for them. And if they're good, I'm figuring that it's a better chance that he'll keep his career going. And I'm into people having careers. That's one of the many ways that I'm just like Barack Obama.
On another note, Maurice Crum, California Redwoods, 55, LB, is the sole Notre Dame representative in the league. We can be proud of that. He had a good career as a Domer. One that should have gotten him into the NFL, to be honest, and not at all biased.
Game's on tomorrow, 7:00 PM EST on Versus.
So I watched that show Glee tonight between the Phillies game, and I actually wasn't repulsed.
I actually thought it was pretty funny.
The song choices were great. Bust a Move? That one from My Fair Lady is good, and they staged it well. But, I mean, The Thong Song? That's Genius.
Even the way they redid them wasn't offensive. By which I mean, in a manner blasphemous, but not odious like something fetid or festering.
And it's got football in it.
Which brings me to my main point.
My award for best use of football in a high school feature goes to The New Guy, to which I was hipped by my friend Mishael. The scoring to JT Money is brilliant. And the DJ Qualls as George C. Scott as General George S. Patton is absolute perfection, improved upon only were this un film di Mel Brooks. It's the best.
And, speaking of football in high school. Guy in Glee who's in charge of the Nike product placement. Get your friend who is in charge of the 7-11 product placement. Consider subtlety.