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What in the hell  has happened to A&M?

Arlington Heights 63, North Side 3

at #12 TCU 42, #15 Oklahoma State 9

Cincinnati 0, at Indianapolis 27

at #7 Alabama 59, #21 Texas A&M 0

#19 Nebraska 38, at Northwestern 17

at #11 Oklahoma 30, #14 Kansas State 31

Aw, come on! Is that all you got?! >

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For the second week in a row, Mississippi State and Ole Miss are numbers 1 and three respectively in the AP poll. In addition SEC teams make up four of the top five, and five of the top ten in that same poll.

Last Summer the Vicar attended a vicar type conference in Seward Nebraska, where very few people had ever heard of Mississippi State; something tells me that were that same conference to be held this week, the responses would be very different. This coming week Mississippi State faces Kentucky and hope is high in Starkville that we will go to bed Saturday night a 7 and 0 team.

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Hey, Artie Briles!  Hey, Widdle Bwice Pussy!

Not quite as fucking easy  when it isn’t your hand-picked zebras calling the game, is it, you pathetic bastards?!?!?!

Baylor was penalized 18 times for a Big 12-record 215 yards. Seven were for pass interference.

Live by the zebra, die by the zebra.

Gotta.  Love.  It. 

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Denizens, this week’s edition of the Perfect Football Weekend™ opens with The World’s Greatest Quarterback Ever In The History Of Ever, Ever (1st Edition)™ once again opening his mouth & inserting his foot:

Aw, come on! Is that all you got?! >

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God forbid that anything  should happen to the Little Darlings of the Big XII Conference™, y’know.  Right?

Arlington Heights 52, O.D. Wyatt 15

#9 TCU 58, #5 Baylor 40, Pussy-Assed Needle-Dick XII’s Faggot Zebras 21

at Cincinnati 37, Carolina 37 (OT)

at Iowa 45, Indiana 29

West Virginia 37, at Texas Tech 34

Oklahoma 31, Texas 26 (at Dallas)

Aw, come on! Is that all you got?! >

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Denizens, once again my workload betrays me as we begin this edition of the Perfect Football Weekend™ – such that I don’t have a story to rant about (there’s not been time to look)

So let’s get on with it.  My Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets are playing the O.D. Wyatt Chaparrals for the District 7-5A championship.  (Yes, it’s still early in the season, but Wyatt’s the only team in the district that even looks  like it could take Heights.)

And as I’m writing this, the Chaps aren’t doing a very good job – it’s 52-15, Heights, in the fourth.  We’ll chalk that one up as a win.

Saturday, Gary Patterson’s ninth-ranked TCU Horned Frogs continue their personal Bataan Death March as they go into Waco to play at #5 Baylor’s new digs.  The Cubbies are an 8½-point favorite at home – but then again, OU was favored against the Tadpoles, so we’ll see.

Sunday, Andy Dalton’s Cincinnati Bengals, fresh off their whipping at the hands of New England, return home to face Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.  Carolina’s still a Jekyll & Hyde-type team, and Vegas has Cincy as a 7-point home fave…which means that Newton’ll probably run wild.

For my wild-card games, I’m going with Indiana visiting Iowa (Vegas has it razor-thin, but Iowa’s at home), West Virginia at Texas Tech (Kliff’s Kidz will eventually get well, but not here), Rice at Army (if they can beat Southern Miss at Hattiesburg, they can handle the Cadets at West Point) – and of course, Oklahoma trampling the TU Shortdicks Longhorns (Charlie Strong’s dismissed about a quarter of his team so far, and what they have left isn’t enough to handle a pissed-off OU squad).

UPDATE:  I do note, for the record, that they’re now calling OU-Texas the “Red River Showdown”.

Well, at least it’s better than the limp-wristed, pansy-assed, metrosexual “Red River Rivalry”…  (sigh)

We’re back Monday or thereabouts with the recap.  In the meantime…I think Heights has scored again… 

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When you run into a buzzsaw, there isn’t a helluva lot you can do.

Arlington Heights 75, Southwest 6

at #25 TCU 37, #4 Oklahoma 33

Cincinnati 17, at New England 43

Aw, come on! Is that all you got?! >

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It does happen. this past Saturday, not only did the MSU Bulldogs decisively beat Texas A&M(48-31), but Ole Miss beat number one ranked Alabama 32-17. For the first time since 1962 Ole Miss is 5 and 0, and the last time both teams were rankle in the top 15 at the same time was the 1950s. Needless to say, Mississippi college football fans are in a very good mood. From a Mississippi standpoint, about the only thing that could have made it better would be if our other major university had managed a win; unfortunately, Southern Mississippi seems to be rebuilding this year.

From the standpoint of the Vicar’s family, Mrs. Vicar grew up near Pittsburgh, and the Vicar grew up in Wisconsin, and both of us are USAF veterans.  Air Force beat Navy 30-21, and both Green bay and Pittsburgh NFL Teams won.

The question is, can we do it twice in a row, Mississippi State plays Auburn this coming Saturday at Scott Field in Starkville, both teams are undefeated, but Auburn is a 2.5 point favourite. Ole Miss will travel to Texas to play the Aggies, the hope here is that they will win so decisively, that the Aggies develop a complex about Mississippi! :)

We shall see!

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Guys, I am down right now. AT&T UVerse has decided, in its infinite lack of wisdom, to go belly up on me. Updates, therefore, are on hold until further notice.

That is all. Carry-on.

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The light has come on at Valley Ranch.

Hide de wimmen ‘n chill’runs.

TCU 56, at SMUT 0

at Indiana State 38, Liberty 19

at #12 Georgia 35, Tennessee 32

#6 Texas A&M 35, Arkansas 28 (at Arlington, TX)

Texas 23, Kansas 0

at Southern Miss 23, Rice 41

New Orleans 17, at Dallas 38

Aw, come on! Is that all you got?! >

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Any who have read my comments on marriage, know that I stand squarely in support of true, or man/woman marriage; unfortunately there are many in our nation who wish to change this, and they are happily using the courts to counter the will of the people, and to effect this change. This article, in my opinion makes an excellent case for allowing the people to work through their state legislatures to define marriage for each state.

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It would have been a good weekend, it seems that Green Bay delivered a sound drubbing to Chicago(38-17). The downside is that Mrs. Vicar’s Steelers managed to pull defeat from the jaws of victory, losing to Tampa Bay 24-27.

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Six years ago today, she came into my life. One year to the day thereafter, we married

And my life’s been a living hell ever since. :-)

Still sorta crazy about her, though, y’know?.

Happy anniversary, Mrs. Venomous.

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Well, Denizens, I finally found something about which to rant as we begin this edition of the Perfect Football Weekend – surprise, surprise, it’s Roger Goodfella’s Goodell’s NFL (No Fun League).

Behold:

Apparently, Phil Phylicia Simms has a problem saying the word “Redskins”.  And the DC faithful had no problem roasting his ugly ass because of it.  (I wouldn’t have either, BTW.)

Enter Roger Goodfella’s Goodell’s NFl brownshirts:

Kristen B.
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#Redskins fans protesting Phil Simms refusal to use team name . #NFL official told them to take it down @wusa9
6:12 PM – 25 Sep 2014

Ray Rice originally gets only a couple of games for the left cross he gave his then-fiancée, but CRACK DOWN ON THE FANS EXERCISING THEIR FREE-SPEECH RIGHTS!!!!!

Mother-fucking fascist retards.

On to the football.  Tomorrow, it’s the annual Battle For The Iron Skillet™ (otherwise known in Namby-Pambyville as the “D/FW Duel”) as Gary Patterson’s TCU Horned Frogs travel to Dal-wa to take on the Shitland Ponies of SMUT.

The Shitlanders have scored six (6) points.  All season (3 games).  And haven’t given up less than 43 points in any of those three games.

This is a major trap game for the Froggies.  Lose this game, and it’s “attaboy/awshit” time again.

Vegas has the Tadpoles as a 32½-point road favorite.  Gary…you need to cover, and then some.

Believe it or not, that’s it for the Core Teams™.  My Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets & Andy Dalton’s Cincinnati Bengals are off this week.  So we’ll go with an NFL wild-card game, featuring Sean Payton’s New Orleans Saints visiting the Allas Cowgirlz (still no D) on Sunday night (turn down your TV sound so you won’t have to listen to Roberta Costas).  Once again, the ‘Girlz will do the Mediocrity Tango™ and wind up at .500 as they get their asses handed to them.

For college wildcard games, we have Turner Gill’s Liberty Flames at Indiana State (sorry, Turner, I don’t have that much faith in your program), UTennessee at #12 Georgia (the Dawgs romp in the Pound™), Ar-kansas in College Station to get flattened by #6 Texas A&M (sorry, Piggies, A&M isn’t Tech), T-Sip U at Rock Chalk (even with all the kids Charlie Strong’s kicking off the Shortdick Longhorn squad, this one’s a gimme) and Rice playing the sacrificial lamb at Southern Miss (this one should please the Vicar).

We’ll try to have a recap before next Saturday Monday.  In the meantime, New Mexico State is a 43½-point road dog at Death Valley (LSU), and my question is…is that all?

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This is why I closed the BBS, Denizens; it is eventually why I’ll shut down This Fine Blog™:  No Fucking Time To Do Anything™.

So okay, here’s the recap:

Arlington Heights 60, Grapevine 14

at #19 Wisconsin 68, Bowling Green 17

#6 Texas A&M 58, at SMUT 6

Central Michigan 10 at Kansas 24

Iowa 24, at Pittsburgh 20

at Cincinnati 33, Tennessee 7

Denizens, that’s really all I have time for, literally.  Sorry.

This week:  5-1.  Overall:  21-3

The PFW will return tomorrow.  What I’ll talk about is anyone’s guess – I don’t even know, myself.

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