Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Goodell, The Bad, and the Ugly



Hello Followers. I hope that you are well.

Well, since my last incarnation, there have been a bunch of happenings on the WSU Cougar front.

And for me, the most important development has been Teddy Miller’s agreement to double down on our little wager from the year past (But alas, the wager doesn’t look as good for me as it did before we lost our entire defensive backfield to suspension).

That all said, those of you who have followed this blog know that in all forms and spirits, I adore Theodore Miller as a sportswriter and blogger.

And for that reason, I thought it appropriate for you to see the most recent Man Collage—we’ll call it the “Sacred Homage”--that I have made of Ted in relation to a couple of other notable male specimens of the entertainment world.


As you can see, Ted has managed through the years to develop a visage that reflects both the sassyness and allure of William Hurt without sacrificing some of the good-natured manliness of NFL Commissioner and recent Mountain Climber Roger Goodell.

Any way that you cut it, I find the above picturesque combination of style, substance, and raw leadership to be quite high in Carma. For his solid contribution to college football sportswriting--and for his immense vision in pumping up this blog, I give Ted four solid Carma Chameleons.


Excellent work, Ted. I’ll look forward to having you on this blog for a double interview around the 1st of the Year when we edge UCLA for 8th place in the Pac.

Have you seen all the stuff about Cougar hoops lately? Rochestie lights up the summer league for the Los Angeles Fakers, Klay lights up the international stage for the Gold Medal U19 team, and Motum makes a case for being the most intriguing in-coming freshman in the Pac-10 conference on the same stage. Want proof? Andy Katz recently suggested on espn.go.com that our very Cougars have a chance to finish third in the conference next year!

But what is even more significant than the prediction was Ken Bone’s quote in the interview that accompanied the Katz column. When asked about his thoughts about the talent left to him by his predecessor, Bone was particularly sassy. In fact, Bone went so far to say that the talent that T-Bone left him was so great that Bone felt that Tony Bennett deserved to have a place on his staff a la the Tricky Dicky years:



Yep, Bone thought so much of Bennett that he thought T-Bone's previous accomplishments merited a spot as an ASSISTANT coach at WSU. Call it a joke, call it brashness, call it whatever you want to call it, but I call it Carma.

Welcome aboard, Kenny Bone, a whopping FIVE Carma Chameleons for you, my brother.



Finally, a fun-d-raising update for the faithful. As you all know, we have been involved in a very, very positive and loving effort to bolster the financial fortunes of our athletic department.

But currently, we are in the midst of a bit of phone tag in the "you're it, I quit" variety.

That said, we think it is important for the faithful to have complete confidence that we will have an official link for you by the start of kick-off against Notre Dame.

With that in mind, I am quite happy to announce that I am completely confident that our entire effort can raise at least one-hundred-twenty-five-dollars-and-sixty-two cents for Martin Stadium renovation, Phase VIII.

WSU Athletic Department, I love you with all of my sincerity and believe entirely in all of your recent and authentic efforts. But, in addition to being a lover, I am also a business man with many wives, kids, and 17 Rolls Royce's.

For that reason, only 1 Carma Chameleon for you this week, my brothers.





And to the rest of the faithful, until next time, I bid you a harty "Coug-de-L'Amor."

6 comments:

Chris '04 said...

Are you perpetuating blog-on-blog crime?

Anonymous said...

Peace and love, peace and love.

The Coug-A-Sutra said...

Well said, anony.

Without question, if loving Cougar Nation is wrong, I don't want to be right.

Longball said...

Reading that was like taking a cool bath in a pool of crimson Nirvana.

'03CouveCoug said...

Has the Coug-a-sutra been partaking in the "hippie lettuce" whilst on his sabbatical?

Thanks for the good vibes, maaaaaaaannnnnnnn!

Sean Hawkins said...

BH is dead to us now, and the Coug-A-sutra has risen in his place. Peace and love peace and love!