Sunday, February 3rd, 2008

2G2K Circus :: Underdog Love Is Back

David Tyree wants more confetti!

Cal Men’s sweep through Washington. Cal Women’s headed for the Top 5. Cal student activists past present and future showing their huge hearts at the Activism Right There event Friday night.

Stevie Wonder’s surprise endorsement. Maria Shriver’s surprise endorsement. Michelle Obama’s brilliant, funny, and heartrending speech.

Belichick leaving his team on the field and not congratulating Coughlin, just like the ass he really is. Manning to Tyree. Manning to Burress. The best Super Bowl ever. And the rains are finally over in Cali.

Even if Obama doesn’t squeak out a victory in sunny Cali on Tuesday and shock the country by vaulting ahead of Clinton in the delegate scrum–both of which I think will happen but am now cautioned not to just come out and be like, it’s going down–The Underdog Love is back.

Doesn’t mean I won’t be a critical killjoy sometimes, but hey. Taking a letter from Maria–I’m enjoying the moment.

posted by @ 7:52 pm | 2 Comments

2 Responses to “2G2K Circus :: Underdog Love Is Back”

  1. Anonymous says:

    hey jeff,
    bilicheck did congratulate coughlin, he walked across the field with :01 left to do it. it maybe plays better to say he didnt, but that’s not what happened. best super bowl ever? i dunno, pretty boring until the 4th quarter. hard to get too excited about a defensive battle. one spectacular play just isnt enough on the highlight meter.

  2. Zentronix says:

    what i remember is the confusion at 2 seconds and the commentators scoffing that belichick had left the field. i sit corrected. still think dude’s a cheating jerk.

    as far as defense, i’ll admit that i’m the kind of person who thinks the four corners never should have been banned in college basketball, and that the shot clock is wackness manifested.

    i guess when you’re like me–that is, not 7 feet tall 210 pounds–you identify with those who can handle their d.

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