The softball team lost two games this week to the Sooners for their first losses of the season
. They had a good run (2nd in conference) and still have plenty of opportunities to keep the wins flowing this year. The baseball team continues to hold steady at eighth. I'm glad that women are representing Baylor well this season because men's basketball, football, and baseball are all been a bitter disappoint. Not only have we lost, but we didn't even have a big upset to get excited about for an entire academic year. I thank the men's and women's tennis teams
for both being first in conference, but unfortunately I know nothing about tennis (not that it stops me on any other subject) and can't fully appreciate their accomplishments. Track also continues to delight. Once their season ends and the softball team wins a title I'm looking forward to a great Baylor athletic tradition, the offseason.
Alien or old human? Coach or Player?
This will allow me the opportunity to devote all my free time to the real dilemma currently facing the state of Texas, the NBA playoffs. The theme of this playoffs is from the classic film franchise (The tv show was but a pale reflection) The Highlander, "There can only be one".
Hanging at the RiverWalk.
Houston, aka Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez (Sean Connery) is the former champion attempting to regain lost glory. San Antonio, aka Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert) could be the one, but we need a tv show spinoff. Enter Dallas, aka Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) and a chance to squeeze out just enough episodes for syndication.
Only shops at the Galleria.
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