only like two people will get this and I'm okay with that.
What a devastating time to be a Bulldog!
We don’t have cable (I’ve said this about a million times), but luckily ESPN streams all of their channels for free on Xbox Live, so I was able to watch the game. Really rough stuff. I think we can all safely say we lost it the moment Ron did–a sad end that shouldn’t shadow an absolutely stellar career.
It’s rough to see the season end like this, but there’s always next year. Not that that helps right now since I don’t have much of a reason to watch the NCAA tournament, and that’s the only reason I like the month of March (besides spring break?). sigh.
I still love our team and I can’t wait to welcome them home!
Until then, if you need me, I’ll be sobbing over my Blue II plush.
GO BULLDOGS!! forever.
What was once a vast hall of Butler collectibles and one-of-a-kind expensive yoga pants with “Butler” on the derriere has now become a place of violence and greed. Obstacles are laced throughout the well-worn path from Starbucks to Atherton and C Club.
It is nearly impossible for me to get my daily quesadilla.
People are flocking to get their Butler gear for the game this weekend!! Did you hear that we may or may not be in the FINAL FOUR?! (the F did not want to participate in that hotlink.) We’re so excited!! I’m super jealous of everyone who’s able to go to Houston. Bring back a winner, okay?
After the game Saturday, everyone poured into West Hampton Drive to celebrate. We were there for all of the action.
Everyone has 800 pictures of them with the bulldog statue. We decided to make it 801.
Watch the game Saturday! I’m going to try not to strain my vocal cords screaming. I will probably be unsuccessful.