« Bully! | Main | Farewell, my up-until-last-night-awesome tourney pool! »

Comments

Lu

Now if there had been any retrievers in the pool, you'd be winning it all. Wonderful logic, I might add. I laughed out loud and all your reasons.

caraf

We actually talked about that -- why there aren't more mascots named after labs, terriers, etc.? I mean, ducks? Come on!

Sara

Here's to the mythical creatures--Rock Chalk Jayhawk! KU!
--slatta, University of Kansas '83.

jim Finnegan

Watch out for the Golden Bucked Toothed Rodents in the next couple of years.
Rock on Tubby Smith...your loss Kentucky!

caraf

Holy crap, how does my hockey-focused geek bro know more about coaching changes in basketball than I do? I guess I missed that news yesterday. Very interesting. I actually have always liked Tubby and think that he has gotten a bum rap at Kentucky. I happen to have his autograph in my office at Illinois, thanks to a Kentucky fan/parent I know who shook him down for it at the Final Four events in Indy a few years back. I would like to see good things for MN basketball and The Barn.

Achter

Loved the DOGSWIN idea....am thinking about possibilities for next year. How about a Which Mascot is Most Edible bracket? Oregon would have been a great pick this year, and the imaginary mascots are just as interesting to think about.

caraf

Yes, which would taste better -- a jayhawk or a hokie?

Achter

I think the hokie's taste has real possibilities, and the element of surprise. Admittedly, I'm biased because living in Virginia I see so many bumper stickers with that little muscular bird. It's a taunt, and I want to eat their mascot for it. The Jayhawk is midwestern fare, and likely to taste bland. Now, a Jayhawk hotdish? That's a different matter.

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo

August 2010

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31        

This week in local eating

  • 6.4.10: From our garden, we're eating chard, greens, radishes, strawberries, and heaps of herbs. At the farmer's market we're buying the usual: eggs and lots of goat cheese.

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter

    FAIR USE POLICY

    • FAIR USE POLICY
      This blog contains images and excerpts the use of which have not been pre-authorized. This material is made available for the purpose of analysis and critique, as well as to advance the understanding of communication, politics, photography history, and visual culture. The 'fair use' of such material is provided for under U.S. Copyright Law. In accordance with U.S. Code Title 17, Section 107, material on this site (along with credit links and attributions to original sources) is viewable for educational and intellectual purposes. If you are interested in using any copyrighted material from this site for any reason that goes beyond 'fair use,' you must first obtain permission from the copyright owner.

    Comment Policy

    • first efforts invites your comments. However, we do not like nasty or abusive comments. These will be deleted, because my mother reads this blog. Also? Don't use my comment section to spam me. All comment spam will be reported to the principal's office.
    Blog powered by Typepad