Earlier, the adversary and I were discussing perfection, specifically the lack thereof, and the subject of the CAA came up. The name of that patch of skin parked between the scrotum and anus also came up. It’s technically the “perineum”. So update your scorecards at home. Why on earth did that topic come up you probably are asking? We’ll because sometimes it completely SUCKS being either of us and we talk about things like that when comparing football teams to various things, say the patch of skin between your scrotum and your anus. ANYWAY consider yourself lucky you don’t have to live through these conversations but can keep up with the tamer cliff notes you’re provided with here. You’re welcome.
We’re probably the only 2 human beings I know that follow CAA football. If you’re not familiar with the Colonial Athletic Association, it’s consists of powerhouse teams like: Villanova, Towson University, Hofstra, and Virginia Commonwealth University among others. I’m not certain what our fascination is. I suppose it’s the same fascination we’d have for say, SEC lacrosse. It just feels wrong.
Also wrong, Tyler Palko’s performance – THROWING A TOUCHDOWN PASS ON A STUPID HAIL MARY TO END THE HALF BECAUSE YOU CAN’T THROW NORMAL TOUCHDOWNS DURING THE BEGINNING AND MIDDLE PARTS OF THE HALF? I MEAN, WHAT THE PERINEUM WAS THAT, DUDE?
Needless to say, I lost the week. The adversary’s choice of T.J. Yates was the better (more tragic) call. Both our guys threw touchdowns, but Yates had the focus to lose a fumble and get sacked 3 times. The week was truly about defense though, Indianapolis on his side of the playground yielded a solid (horrible) -6.00. Detroit on mine with a respectable (lamentable) -5.00. If the Saints could have scored one more lousy touchdown I’d have had the week. But as always, you can’t lose them all.
Note: This post’s silly picture will NOT be a perineum, because THAT WOULD BE DISGUSTING. I’ve done some messed up image searches in the name of reverse fantasy football but I’m NOT typing that into google. So, similarly, here’s the University of New Hampshire football Wildcat’s team logo. I plan to stare at several times while formulating my picks this week.