Monday, December 31, 2007

Go Bears!

Cal defeat Air Force 42-36. I've been telling people that they'd win by 6±30, so I'm pleased. And psychic.

So now the triumphant Golden Bears, undisputed champions of the Bell Helicopters Armed Forces Bowl, proud owners of a 7-6 record, will celebrate New Year's Eve in scenic Forth Worth TX before returning to Berkeley.

Okay, I guess the year was a disappointment, but ten years ago we'd be pretty psyched about a winning record and a bowl win.

8 comments:

Carl Spackler said...

i couldnt' help but notice that Coach Gayford is one of the top 5 highest paid coaches in D1. i think another 7-6 season and that might change.

B.E. Earl said...

Let me ask a stupid question. Do any of the bowl games mean squat besides the BCS championship?

Playoff. NOW!!!!!

B.E. Earl said...

And Happy Nude Year.

Lee Ann said...

Jiggsy, Slappy, Tasty....
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Have a wonderful 2008!
~xo
Lee Ann

Lilly said...

PHWOOOOOOOOAARRRRRRRRR!!!

Happy New Year, Jiggsy & Co.!!!


Lots of love and coffee from Vikingland.

slappy said...

Carl: Well, he did drag us out of the gutter. A losing season or two could cause people to lose patience.

Earl: The bowl games are vital to two groups, the fans of the teams (and conferences to a lesser extent) who enjoy watching the game, and the rest of college fans who get to use it as a focusing point to complain about college football. Complaining about college football being the main appeal of college football.

I sadly was clothed on the first.

Lee Ann: Thank you, we started it off well in Vegas. Hope you have a good year too.

Lilly: I'll be honest, that was a little scary. Cool, but scary.

Lilly said...

Oh. I do apologise, Slappy. I didn't mean to scare you. I just got a wee bit excited 'cos I hadn't been here for a while like. I'll try to keep a lid on it in the future, ok?

slappy said...

Lilly: You shouldn't hold back on the jiggsblog. We're all about "cool, but ______," where blank is anything from scary to creepy to douchey.

Is "PHWOOOOAR" the last thing medieval Europeans heard before your ancestors came charging up over the horizon?