It’s that time of year again, and for the first time in a long time, I won’t be obessively tracking it.
If my old website was still up, I could show you my old tracking of the baseball playoffs, originally born out of a desire to have a readable schedule. I used to check MLB’s websites extensively for any hint of when the games would be, stuff like that.
But due to a combination of the Braves sucking, readable website designs, and trying to graduate this semester (hint: do not take more than 2 real classes your graduating semester) I simply do not have the time or desire to do it. So, yeah.
That said, I will still be doing bowl predictions. With this new commetary site thinger, the three of us could have a sort of competition to see who’s picks turn out the best. Or I could continue what I did last year, which is get a bunch of my friends together early Sunday morning after the games were over to decide the best bets for who goes where and trying to decide what the BCS would look like. In the end, I’ll probably compromise – use the comittee to predict who goes where, and then have a competition picking the actual games.
Anyway, I don’t do the predictions until the weekend the first BCS standings come out, which I believe is next weekend (which is also my fall break). So keep it here for two weeks for no to get my opinion on who will be in such illustrious new games like the Birmingham Bowl and the International Bowl.