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So what are you doing to bury the past?

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Undoubtedly many of you have already read the story about Coach Brown and his staff burying the game ball from the OU win along with some press clippings and other hype at the practice fields as a symbol of the team’s desire to put past victories away and concentrate on future opponents.

 Normally when I hear things like this I invoke Han Solo - Chapter IV, Verse 2: "Hokie religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid." But in this case, who am I to nerd out on Jedi Mack Tricks when it obviously worked. In fact, I think it’s time we explored how you, the totally committed and probably mentally unbalanced Longhorns fan is putting the Mizzou trouncing behind you and getting ready for Okie State.

What symbolic gestures, sacrifices, and other crazy "sh*t" have you done to stay focused and keep UT undefeated?

Hey, nobody's judging you hear...putting your daughter's stuffed animal tiger in the kettle of hot oil you use to fry turkeys was probably a little rash, but it had to be done, right?

Plus, you'll be helping me out. Because I can no longer think for myself, I’ll post the Top 10 responses later this week in 54b's Commentary. If you make the list, you won’t win a t-shirt, but you will win something much more important, the apathy of your fellow BONers. And you know that’s the gift that couldn't give a sh*t.

Okay, unleash hell...or just tell me, "it's okay, I'm sure writer's block happens to lots of guys."