View from the DJ Booth - A Musical Perspective from lordnick:
There is just nothing left to say.
View from the Student Section - A Youthful Perspective from Campus:
Since everyone at the Iron Horse seemed to enjoy the way I structured my last bit, I figured if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Good News: By game time, we will have officially begun our next 4 years of Obama.
Bad News: This will make getting around DC damn near impossible, so game watch plans are under fire.
Good News: The Casual Bros have a TV.
Bad News: Watching Georgetown basketball is actually starting to damage my retinas.
Good News: Hey, God gave me two eyes for a reason right?
Bad News: All I have to drown the pain with is some shitty Natty Light.
Good News: Oh look, three of our men's soccer players got drafted to play in the MLS, cool!
Bad News: Nobody gives a shit about American soccer #fail.
Good News: Hey at least Tom Brady and Bill "Satan" Belichick aren't in the Super Bowl.
Bad News: Neither are the Cowboys.
Bad News: Jack Cooley is really good.
Bad News: Our interior is really bad.
Bad News: JTIII has forgotten what time outs are meant for.
Bad News: Markel Starks has forgotten the ball is supposed to go in the hoop.
Bad News: Nate has forgotten that he's not supposed to shoot 3's.
Bad News: Mikael Hopkins is STILL on our team and is STILL starting.
Bad News: I could come up with at least 5 more of these but I don't want to be under investigation for causing about 5 of you to jump off the ledge you're currently standing on.
View from the Cheap Seats - A Nervous Perspective from JahidiLikesPie:
JahidiLikesPie is still in shock from the USF loss and is likely dead.
Nervous Level: Pretty Damn Nervous.
View from the Sports Book - An Unbiased Perspective from Vegas:
The Line: Notre Dame -6. Over/under 121
The line opened at ND -6.5 and the over/under was 122.5, so the early smart money was on the Hoyas and the under. I'm not a smart man, but I know what love is. The Hoyas are 5-7 ATS so far this year and without Whittington I have no reason to think this one is going to be close.
The pick is Notre Dame -6. Final score Irish 69 - Hoyas 62.
Casual Hoya is 9-3 ATS this season.