I erroneously labeled this show “year of the QB” yesterday when it is, in fact, called “Depth Chart” even though it’s part of a larget production called “year of the QB”…or something like that. Year of the QB sounds like a fortune gone wrong so I’m not sure.
Anyway, I had a lot of thoughts about the hour of Oklahoma State television (is this what it feels like to be a Texas fan and have the Longhorn network?!) from last night. Here are twenty of them:
2. Todd Monken, my gosh, I understand the occasional curse word and I honestly don’t have an opinion one way or another (though I choose not to partake) but that was a gratuitous display of the English language. My wife finally just started burying her face in her hands every time he came on screen. You have to have some sense of the fact that you’re on national television.
3. Chelf on the moped was all kinds of classic. I mean there was nothing about it that didn’t remind me of this.
4. In part of the opening Gundy said, “there are 122 teams that play big-time football.” Am I missing something or is he off by 2? Or is he counting Sacramento State since they beat Oregon State this year?
5. Is it bad that I didn’t realize Herbstreit was narrating until about 15 minutes in?
6. That freshman orientation introduction thing where they talk to what I assume to be big time boosters feels a little…too SEC for me. It was awkward.