(From The Order of the Stick. Click for full-sized coordination.) Back in September, I stopped following OOTS and instead started on an archive binge from beginning to end. Last month, I finished it. Now, part of the reason for the binge taking so long was because of a side project I was working on at […]
Monthly Archives: April 2010
Please don’t tell me the only point of Roy remembering everything about his trip to the Oracle was to fill a plot hole in Panel 2 of 698.
Richmond, VA, Monday: Saint Louis had a 13-12 lead with about eight minutes left in the first half, but then Virginia Commonwealth hit three straight three-pointers and didn’t look back. The Rams had the lead 36-25 at the half, but the Billikens managed to cut the deficit to three in the first five minutes of […]
Refer to this post if you don’t know what this is about or to catch up on the rules. This year, five conferences produced multiple bids to the NCAA Tournament: the MWC, West Coast, A-10, WAC, and C-USA. These conferences are guaranteed one spot each in the Mid-Major Conference. Three teams reached the Sweet 16, […]
Did I hear Dan LeBatard correctly yesterday on PTI? Apparently most coaches don’t like creating a playoff for college football, but they do like expanding the NCAA Tournament to grotesque levels. Why? In college football, you can go .500, go to a bowl game, and save your job. In college basketball, it’s NCAA Tournament or […]