March 15, 2003
Bummer

Cal Poly loses by 3 to Utah St. At least, Cal Poly didn't embarrass themselves.

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March 15, 2003
Woot!

My alma mater, Cal Poly SLO is in the Big West tournament final for the first time! Tonight at 9 p.m. (PST) I'll be watching them on national TV! Go MUSTANGS!

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January 26, 2003
Usually I don't like blowouts...

...but the one exception is when the Oakland Raiders are on the receiving end. The Tampa Bay Bucaneers made mincemeat out of the vaunted Raiders offense -- with Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon throwing 5 touchdown passes -- including three to various members of the Bucs' defense.

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November 9, 2002
College football's amateur broadcasts

The major networks usually do a passably good job. ESPN and Fox Sports can be hit-or-miss. But the third-level sports networks can really stink it up. I just got done watching the decidedly ugly football game that was San Diego State vs. New Mexico. If the play on the field wasn't bad enough, the broadcast […]

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September 25, 2002
Punks behaving badly

Vikings petulant wide-receiver Randy Moss has been charged with 2 misdemeanors.

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September 22, 2002
Female chauvinistic pig alert

Today's New York Times has an excellent article on the fact that women don't want men to play sports. Well, not exactly, but that's the effect of it. As much as some militant feminists would like to deny it, there are definite differences between men and women. One of those differences -- a higher percentage […]

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September 12, 2002
And now, in sports

A friend of mine suggested I comment on the San Diego Chargers (finally) signing first-round pick (No.5 overall) Quentin Jammer. I don't know what Chargers General Manager John Butler was trying to prove by trying to sign Jammer for less than the No. 6 pick. Fans would've been on the Chargers' side if Jammer was […]

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September 10, 2002
Back to blogging

I got back from my weekend trip early this evening and spent the time catching up on football games I missed over the weekend. The SDSU Aztecs lost (no surprise) and the Chargers knocked the Cincinati Bengals around like a paper tiger. Here's where I spent my weekend: I'm also catching up on my news-watching. […]

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August 29, 2002
Curse of the Aztec

Just got finished watching the San Diego State University Choking Aztecs do what they do best against Fresno State -- snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. A 31-yard last-second field goal was blocked -- after they'd done everything else right.

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August 25, 2002
Did I say that out loud?

Texas Rangers' $252 million man, Alex Rodriguez, was quoted earlier in the week as saying that he would return 30-40 percent of his exorbitant salary if it would help the current situation in baseball. Well, after further review (scroll to bottom of story), Rodriguez has reconsidered. At Yankee Stadium, Texas shortstop Alex Rodriguez backtracked from […]

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The @sdutOpinion Editorial pages used to be fairly mainstream conservative. When I applied for a letters editor opening there in the mid-00s, I was asked if there's an editorial I wouldn't write. I replied: a pro-abortion one. 1/

Supreme Court: “The Second Amendment is not a second class right. States can’t use subjective criteria when issuing carry permits.”
California: “But what if we added in illegal viewpoint discrimination, and violated the First Amendment at the same time?”
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