Chris`s final score: 259. Not too shabby.
After a relatively dismal game (four frames started with gutterballs, and only two of my first nine ended with marks, both spares), I end with a near turkey and score a respectable 117. That puts me
on the board, in fourth place so far. Nice!
Chris had seven straight strikes, but just bowled a spare on his eighth frame. I wanted to post an update earlier, but you know…
The NIT championship game tonight at 7pm, between South Carolina and Michigan, will decide the 2nd annual BrendanLoy.com NIT pool. Will it be a Trojan (Gary Kirby) or a Buckeye (Brad Miller)? Kirby, USC Class of 1987, wins if Michigan wins. Miller, an Ohio State grad and a Capital University law student, wins if South Carolina wins. Details here. Game on ESPN.
UPDATE: Things are looking good for Miller. South Carolina leads by 18 with 11:08 to go.
UPDATE 2: South Carolina wins the NIT, and Brad Miller wins the BrendanLoy.com NIT pool!
I’m going bowling now; full update later.
According to this report, Gonzaga’s Mark Few was never a serious candidate for the Indiana head coaching position, contrary to earlier reports. (Hat tip: Nick.)
“Can I get ResLifed for walking across the grass?”
Heh. Only at Notre Dame, on the first nice day of spring.
P.S. Speaking of which…
More photos after the jump.
“This is one of those boring detours in the class. Well, it’s all boring; this is really boring.” –Prof. Bellia
P.S. Quote of the day #2, attributed to George Mason: “Sovereign immunity is more important than basketball.”
Spring has sprung!