Monday, January 01, 2007

BCS Mess

As a fan (and defender) of West Coast football, the Rose Bowl and Fiesta Bowl carry a lot of importance today. Oregon State, Cal and the WAC have done well so far this bowl season, but none of that will matter if USC and Boise State get rolled this afternoon.

And to be honest, not really thrilled with the karma ramifications of USC not wanting Reggie Bush on the sidelines. Yes, USC has back away from the controversy saying that it ran out of sideline passes. USC, allegedly was trying to distance themselves from Bush because of the housing scandal. And you know, USC would have looked a lot more respectable if they denied Bush a sideline pass because of that horrible lateral that cost the Trojans a third-consecutive title last year. But hey Petro Papadakis will be on the sidelines.

In other words, it looks like Boise State is the only hope for West Coast fans.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What about Will Ferrell, he seems to be on the USC sidelines for every big game

NFL Adam said...

And Nick Lachey.

Diane said...

You thought USC had some good karma?

NFL Adam said...

Anybody else think that BSU should have gone for two at the end of regulation?

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Boise State.

Anonymous said...

I nominate that BSU cheerleader to be TWE girl this week

BCS Jennifer said...

With all the money spent on ed-u-macation at USC, maybe they should be better at lying. On the FOX pregame show, they said that Reggie had been told that he was not welcome on the sidelines or the game at all. Reggie said he was pretty hurt by this. Then USC releases a statement saying not to believe all the hype, that they only received 5 field passes for alumni and they had already been handed out, and when Bush called to request one, there were no more. No crap Sherlock’s, because you decided who would get them way before hand. But it makes sense that you wouldn’t save one for Bush, I mean he is only having a great rookie season with a possible run at ROY. At least you still allow OJ Simpson, the pillar of all things good, to come to your practice facilities. That seems right.