Here’s another reminder why offense is better than defense.
And I’m sure I wasn’t the only spouse ensnared by the intense outcry taking place over the airwaves Saturday morning.
As we often do, Cindy and I were up and about on Saturday – going to breakfast, visiting the farmer’s market, and running a few other weekend related errands.
I’d list them all, but I think by now you have enough proof that I’m boring and predictable.
Anyway, as Cindy and I were zipping around, I made the mistake of having the radio turned on to my favorite sports talk station.
In between giving the Friday night high school football scores (good) and giving updates about the upcoming MSU, Notre Dame, and U. of M. contests (even better), the two radio hosts were blasting a recent decision by Heisman Trophy Committee (causing trouble to brew).
“Hey, did you hear that?” Cindy asked. “That’s ridiculous.”
“Huh?” I deflected, reaching to turn down the radio.
“Wait, I want to hear this.” Cindy said. “Why would anyone take the word ‘integrity’ out of their charter? What a joke. They should lift up standards, not lower them. What’s up with that?”
“Heck if I know,” I said.”When did you start following Heisman Trophy stuff?”