Bear vs. WildCat, Part 2: A Pair of Untamed WildCats
Two WildCats On the Loose in the Little Apple
K-State's Answer to Brock? A Poor Imitation Indeed
The First Boob: A Yale Cheerleader on Varsity?
If this post didn't quite satisfy your longing for satire, we point you to a few recent conversations we've had with other blogs, who interviewed BearMeat for a few chuckles and for the inevitable advertising revenue bump that such an interview generates.
Burnt Orange Nation Interview of BearMeat. Sample from the interview:
"Referring to the Baylor Running Game is like referring to Czechoslovakia - it is no longer in existence. Thanks to our new pass-happy offense (an offense which we don't have the talent or coaches to run effectively), the running game has been subject to starvation-level stats and felony-level neglect."
Bring on the Cats Interview of BearMeat. Sample from the interview:
"Wherever two or more college football fans are gathered, painting their chests and tanking up on booze before a game, Brock is in the midst of them. Wherever someone is pouring a bit too much Ranch dressing on his pizza, Brock is there. Wherever Baylor is getting blown out by a weak conference opponent, Brock is there. Wherever fans seek some shred of dignity and hope in a losing effort, Brock is there."
K-Stated (Wichita Eagle's KSU Blog) Essay by BearMeat. [Its now online. -Eds.] Sample from the essay:
"Lately our creed has been "Embrace the Absurdity" - revel in the bizarre twist of fate that has led us to the current state of affairs. No, we won't compete for a bowl any time soon, but our assistant coaches will add levity with their unique pub urination customs and zany Texas Tech-style offense."
Finally, how could we let an opportunity go by without giving a shoutout to the greatest K-State fan of them all; a man whose artistic vision puts him on the outer fringe of digital college football fandom, CHUM: The Michelangelo of the Little Apple. Here is a beautiful sample of his work from the critically-acclaimed CatLab Project (similar to Los Alamos, but a bit more explosive and ground-breaking). Enjoy.
The Power of CatLab