Thursday, August 31, 2006
Well, our first game is in the books - a 15-0 loss to South Carolina. Did you catch that score?? 15-0 - yeah, I know, its a shut out but a low scoring shutout. That means something worked better tonight and boy did it! I get so sick of people who say they are die-hard MSU Bulldog fans but leave the game early and gripe about how awful they play and totally ignore the good things, the improvements. Yes, our offense needs a lot of work but they also showed some improvement tonight - I saw quite a few awesome blocks take place (and a few that should have taken place but didn't). I saw some great runs for yardage. Our sophmore QB was injured, so the freshman backup came in. Notice that for a second - our starting QB is just a sophmore, not much experience there and his backup is a freshman and not just a freshman but a redshirt freshman. No experience in that department! There's nothing for them to be ashamed of, they are a young team that is working together more then teams in recent years. The defense you ask? Awesome! They did almost everything right! I think as the season goes on, everything will fall into place and we'll end with a winning season, maybe by just 1 game but still, a winning season. I just wish those die-hard fans would prove they are die-hard fans and stay till the end and start actually watching the game and see those improvements and quite griping about all the mistakes, no one is perfect!
Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Thursday, August 17, 2006
What Martial Art Are You?
You are ninjutsu, you clever fox! You rely on a variety of different principles and techniques to get through the day. You are clever, versatile and often totally unexpected! Ninjutsu covers a great deal of ground, as you know how to handle weapons, avoidance, hand to hand techniques and sometimes espionage. Few know anything about you, and you use that to your advantage as you hide, dodge or trip your way into victory. Ninjutsu is spiritually concerned with endurance, both of the body and the heart.
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Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Thursday, August 10, 2006
MSU Head Football Coach, Sylvester Croom appeared at practice yesterday in pads, helmet, and Red Cross jersey. He said “I missed both practices yesterday so it's like all the rest of players, if you miss practice you have to wear a red cross,” said Croom. “I didn't tell anybody but Brad (Pendergrass). I was surprised I was able to get out there and walk around the field for so long and nobody knew who I was, so I must have looked good.” (SDN) Coach Croom missed practice on Tuesday to have a tooth pulled and decided to shake things up a bit at practice by donning the jersey, pads, and helmet. After running a couple of plays, the coach removed the equipment and it was business as usual. MSU BullDogs open the season in 21 days against South Carolina. GO DAWGS!!!!