Around the Quad: "That's a Cow College!"
1. Mulk Rumored to Have Signed a Large Contract, Cementing Her Coaching Tenure at The B. Thanks to an anonymous tipster at Baylorfans.com, aka TurdPolishers.com, the BearMeat Editorial Board has good reason to believe that Mulk may very well be staying put. This comes as a relief as we prepared to launch a media blitz of Grandpa Lilley and Ian "The Decade of Drew" McCaw, demanding they pay her $5.5 mil/year or best offer.
Mulk: "If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine."
2. Aggies Still So Crazy! In honor of The 12th ManChild (our only Aggie friend) moving to the Sports Blog Nation behemoth, we bring you the following. If you haven't checked out our Desktop Backgrounds (Wallpapers), you may want to do so, in order to annoy your Aggie co-workers. This YouTube clip is a part of our Stupidest Fans in the Big12 competition. This devoted Aggie (Nice NIT t-shirt!) seems almost as pathetic as our favorite Cowboy, boy. Take it, Aggie:
Homer: "Springfield A&M? That's a cow college."
Aggie: "You're just saying that because it was founded by a cow."
- From Homer Goes to College, The Simpsons, Season 5
AROUND THE QUAD UPDATE!
3. Two new Waco films worth checking out. This Wacotrib.com article alerted our interns to two new films from Waco filmmakers. The first, The Proper Care and Feeding of an American Messiah, is a mockumentary directed by Baylor Telecommunications professor Chris Hansen (check out his blog, Making Movies in Flyover Country), and stars Arrested Development's Tony Hale. Both Hansen and Hale are alumni of Pat Robertson's prestigious Regent University. Here is the trailer:
The second film is called Broke Sky and was filmed in Central Texas. The film is a dark comedy about roadkill engineers directed by Waco native Tom Callaway. We apologize for the lack of an appropriate YouTube clip, but if you are quick, the film debuts tonight at South by Southwest (SXSW) in the People's Republic of Austin.