I'm going to be saying things on the Internet about lacrosse tonight at 9:00 with Brian Harrison. If you click that link to you can listen to it. We'll probably talk about Syracuse's season and the tournament in general. Either that or free trade in market economies with delineated scales on a fluctuating currency basis. But probably not that.
In fact, I barely remember yesterday. Thanks, terrible genes.
Hey, it's Sean from TNIAAM. Just wanted to let you know I'm teaching some blogging classes this week and one of them is called Sports Blogging 101. If you've ever wanted to start blogging, here's your chance to hit the ground running. Now back to your regularly-scheduled lacrosse programming...
I want Chris LaPierre in my foxhole.
Shay says instead of taking any moral victories from a one-goal loss at Cornell, his team instituted a symbol for the detail-oriented work to which they were recommitting themselves. "We started adding pennies to a water jug. For a little play, being diligent about a detail in practice. One-hand groundball, we take a penny away; two-handed groundball, put one in. We wanted a symbol for the seemingly insignificant things — a penny, the smallest piece of currency out there." It added up. "We probably have $150 in the water jug, it's over 50 pounds now. It’s absurd."The next time you argue that the penny should be eliminated from circulation, think about all the college lacrosse teams you could be hurting.
Sean Keeley -- the cat that pitched a Division I-only college lacrosse site to SB Nation and actually convinced them that it wouldn't be garbage -- is holding a few "Blogging Boot Camps" this coming week. If you have an interest in becoming Internet famous just like Hoya Suxa & Friends, you may want to make your Internet computing machine do the dance that results in you earning valuable knowledge in the field of typing things on the Internet.
Just a reminder folks: Get those picks in before noon on Saturday for your chance to win fabulous prizes! We can't separate the geniuses from the morons if everyone doesn't play.
. . . at least that's my recommendation, Dawg fans.
Yeah, so, the rhetoric is a little thick -- I think the only image not summoned in the narration was General Patton standing above a battlefield while breathing deeply -- but, hey, it looks badass.