Thursday, November 15, 2007

BREAKING: World's most important tournament underway

Activist blog commenter J. Businger has begun a tournament to crown the 2007 NCAA football champion. It is real. Very real. Here's a taste:
The television package is split between ESPN/ABC and CBS, both of which devote significant regular season airtime to college football. Fox, which doesn’t carry regular season games at the network level and which has contributed to the current BCS mess by offering globs of money to extend and televise the status quo, was barred from negotiations. (Plus, we strongly suspected that Fox suits would insist on renaming the national championship game “The Rudy Giuliani Bowl.”)
Enjoy history in the making.

5 comments:

Jaime said...

I saw the title of this post in my Bloglines, and entertained the faintest, silliest hope that the Tournament of Everything would EVER be resolved.

Crunk Raconteur said...

Frankly, I'm more than a little upset about this whole J. Businger thing. By which I mean, annoying the crap out of Crimenotes during Ohio State-Michigan week is MY job, dammit!

Which reminds me: Ohio State 30, Michigan 20.

(And I'm getting the exact same level of glee at saying "Look out, Troy Smith!" to Flop as I do saying, "Look out, bugs!" to Yankees fans...)

Crunk Raconteur said...

Just reading the Businger tournament and noticed a line about "protesting the exclusion of The Next President Of The United States from yet another Democratic debate."

Please let him mean Mike Gravel. It would kind of fit, wouldn't it?

CrimeNotes said...

I wasn't annoyed.

J. Businger said...

Dr. Gravel is the Only Candidate with the Courage to to speak out against and to Expose the Government's illegal sale of Narcotics to Inner City Youth in order to fund the Saudi royal Family!! He is a Man Of Courage and should not be Silenced! You and the MSM are missing the Revolution that is afoot. Americans are Angry! Dr. Gravel will leave Hillary in The Dust in Iowa and New Hampshire and then we will own Our Country again.