Well, it’s that time of year again–March Madness! I’m not a huge fan of basketball, but I do enjoy watching the tournament (and playoffs in the NBA) and pulling for my favorite teams (and against those I don’t like, e.g., UNC, LSU, etc). It’s fun to fill out a bracket and see how close, or… Continue reading March Madness
What do I think of the BCS? I think it’s a sham and a joke, but certainly a cash cow, which is why it is not likely to go anywhere any time soon. After all, money is the controlling factor in the world of American football, both collegiate and professional. That’s why coaches don’t boot… Continue reading The BCS and the Championship Game
Pretty simple, really: Glad Green Bay sent the Steelers packing (pun intended!). The commercials, with a couple of exceptions, were incredibly lame. Some were not meant to be funny, but those that were largely failed. I left the room when Christina Gag-me-luera began to sing, and I heard later that she bungled the national anthem.… Continue reading Super Bowl Thoughts
Louisianians now have the opportunity to bid on custom license plates emblazoned with the fleur-de-lis and Saints Super Bowl championship logo. All the proceeds go to Operation Homefront Louisiana, which provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of the service members and wounded warriors in Louisiana. Being in Texas, obviously I can’t have… Continue reading Saints License Plates
I’m not one to gloat, but I, along with all the “Who Dat Nation”, am reveling in the joy of the Saints’ Super Bowl win–it’s been a long time comin’!!! For the sake of brevity and time, I’ll not go on about how truly incredible this game was for Saints’ fans, but suffice it to… Continue reading Saints Win!!!
Well, it’s here–Super Bowl Sunday! I’ve never anticipated a Super Bowl like this one. So, one more time… GO SAINTS!!!!!!!!!!! Αυτω η δοξα, Jason
I was born and raised in Louisiana and have been a Saints fan for as long as I can remember. I had done nothing more than vacation in New Orleans before my wife and I moved there in 2001. We lived there for 3 years and we just loved it! Though I was not a… Continue reading The Soul of New Orleans