Finally getting back into this after we all entered the damn mirror universe this month. Stay safe and protect your loved ones.
Again I've had to work hard in my real job lately, and perhaps I've been dreading putting in the time for our Bye Week Editions we've got here and upcoming. But I'm going to try to build some momentum and get to posting these more regularly again.
There’s no denying that we are in the age of technology. Between self-driving cars and explorations in outer space, its applications are limitless. With businesses moving away from brick and mortar everyday and favoring an online storefront to reach more clients, it’s reasonable to expect other aspects of life to follow suit.
Esports has been a huge part of my life since the age of 12. I have grown up around it and been involved with Tournaments myself, back in the days of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 which was definitely a 'Fan Favourite'.
As popularity in fighting game tournament increases, it seems one game amongst many specifically the one called Super Smash Bros Ultimate on the Nintendo switch, seems to be lacking a little in the tournament scene unlike it's peers.
Normally OU-Tulsa is on at least regional TV, but based on the schedule we were given by the SEC, and my picking Texas, Kansas State, and Tulsa as our non-conference schedule, this is by default our lowest profile game and by default the pay-per-view game. Mind you I'm calling it that for our purposes and the logic of knowing our real world, but as far as NCAA Football 14 is concerned it's got a National TV Slot, so yeah us on our Recruiting Grade for Television Exposure. It's always bugged me when SEC teams have cupcake games really late in the season, it never seems to make sense. Early October isn't very egregious though compared to others having it really, really late. The usual excuse is the workload of the difficult schedules, and in some ways I guess we're somewhat embracing this as this is the week before Texas. Tulsa is at least a competent FBS Program. As we go to the week's results oddly the first three games on the docket are games that were played in real life this past week: Utah/UCLA, Texas/Iowa State, and Indiana/Penn State.
Yes as hard as it is to believe, in our created world within NCAA Football 14 this is Unranked LSU @ #4 Oklahoma. A lot of this seems to be down to just how College Football Polls are popularity contests and arbitrary and quirky at times. Losing in Week 1 to TCU, albeit at a neutral site, and also only having played three games in the first four weeks are likely culprits. Still very similarly to the Oklahoma @ Kansas State game in real life this year, we pretty much know that this unranked state is a mere technicality and this is one of the better if not best teams in the country.
My first article for this was a smashed together mess when it was archived, and I lost a bunch of the text. I bogged it down with links which probably was the culprit. The majority of which where for winsipedia.com, the best source for college football series history and overall stats on FBS College Football Programs. So here we go again as I reintroduce our series here.
Featuring the best player to play for both OU & GB in my time as fan of both for the anecdote, it's a small crowd that only also includes Aaron Ripkowski as far as the Regular Season goes, so it's kind of tie based on Pro Production. But Marshall won the Natty in 2000!!
It's been absolutely crazy with my day job, well technically I work nights, but yeah. Finally got a chance to play through Week 2, I've got some time off now. So hopefully I can pick up the pace. Maybe even get us caught up to #RedRiverRivalryWeek in time or in time for it to be the next one after the real life meeting. Without further adieu or pathetic Freddy Adu, here's your Week 2 Scores: