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Monday, September 04, 2006


I go to bed with a shock and I wake up to another...bad things come in threes, right?

First of all, my sympathy goes out to Louisville running back #19, Michael Bush, who broke his leg last night. As a junior last year Bush was up for the NFL draft but turned it down to play one more season with Louisville and a shot at a better draft season. Bush had a great start to the season scoring three touchdowns against Louisville's arch rival, Mephis, before a tackle broke his tibia. Bush is out for the season and possibly his career.

It's so sad to see such a talented player lose his future in a second on the field. And to Louisville who have a good shot at winning the Big East Conference this year, I hope Smith and Stripling step up to the challenge for you. Of course, Louisville QB Brohm must be crushed. Brohm and Bush were arguablly the best 1-2 punch this year and both were top contenders for the Heisman. Hopefully Bush's replacements will continue to highlight Brohm's talent.

Then, Linc wakes me up this morning and tells me that Steve Irwin has died. How shocking! I mean, everyone always joked about it but all I can think about is little Bindi Sue. That little girl loved her daddy and it just breaks my heart.

Now if FSU loses to Miami tonight I will be in a total depression.


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Blogger Kookie pondered...

It's so sad about Steve Irwin. For the longest time, people like him who dares nature almost seem immortal.

9/07/2006 01:54:00 AM  

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