Saturday, September 30, 2006

CareBear, Part 5: K-State Online Streaming BearCast Part 4



Baylor University defeated Kansas State University tonight for the first time in school history. KSU is the A&M of Kansas. The party district of Manhattan, KS, is known as "Aggieville." They are not worthy of our respect. They are justly defeated by the noble Bears. 17-3.

We at BearMeat applaud the Bears for a scrappy, sloppy, but ultimately successful conference opener. We shall break open our last 24-pack of Bosque Porter, that we have been saving for this occasion. Kill the fattened calf. Bring me the finest meats and cheeses. Tonight, we feast. Call up Uncle Dan, Big Daddy, and Mama Ninfa, we will need them all for the party we have planned at Miss Nellie's Pretty Place.




We haven't been blown out yet this year. We have won two games by two scores and lost two games by one score. Our defense has held all of our opponents, save Army, to under 20 points. While the non-conference schedule was an expectation-crushing disaster, hopefully we can set a new Big12 conference win record this year.

Sic 'em.

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5 Comments:

  • Hey, Red, thanks for visiting and posting on www.oslersRazor.blogspot.com. I was at the game tonight and especially enjoyed the fourth quarter-- when everything was supposed to go wrong and then didn't.

    For what it's worth, I also went to the volleyball game today against Nebraska, and it was intense. It's a fun game to watch, and I'm pretty sure I don't want any of those women hitting a ball at me, or my car, or anything close to me.

    By Blogger Mark Osler, at 9:22 PM  

  • Prof Razor:

    That KSU didn't capitalize on a very Baylor 4th Quarter must have been divine intervention. That and a 17-year old QB throwing the ball directly to our secondary helped us defeat those Aggies of the Plains.

    Women's volleyball, eh? Didn't know we had a squad. We need to get one of our interns on that beat. They sound like robust pioneer women. Just my type.

    Red

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 10:52 PM  

  • 1) Shameless plugging.

    www.FromMalibuToWaco.blogspot.com would never do such a thing.

    2) How's Baylor V-ball?

    By Blogger Jonathan Swanburg, at 3:12 AM  

  • Swan:

    Women's volleyball sounds right up your alley. Perhaps you could do some field research and report back on your findings.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 7:50 AM  

  • I am eagerly waiting for Brazil world cup 2014 and i am surely going the event of Brazil. I hope it will be the best event i have ever seen. watch football online

    By Blogger Faisal Mahmud, at 9:24 AM  

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