Terps for Turkey Day


Huzzah for Thanksgiving! And huzzah for any Thanksgiving sporting event that diverts attention from this year’s garbage NFL games. The Terps are making a “pilgrimmage” down to Orlando for Thanksgiving this year. And what’s on the “main course” but the Michigan State Spartans!  Hopefully the Terps will crush them like my Aunt Sally crushes a box of Franzia while she pretends to cook but really just opens the cranberry sauce and doesn’t even mush it up to conceal the can shape.  You know, because she’s shitfaced from the Franzia.  Her favorite flavor is Grapleberry.

There’s good news and bad news for the Terps on this one. The good news is that Michigan State center Goran Suton will not play in the game. He’s injured. The bad news is that the same goes for Maryland’s center. He’s in the starting lineup.

I’m just kidding, Braxton (because I just know he reads this blog). Here, have some more pillowy soft mashed potatoes! Something tells me you like those.

The game’s at 7…perfect for nap time.  Hopefully I can stave off the tryptophan, though, because this is gonna be a big test. Goterps.

2 Responses to “Terps for Turkey Day”

  1. November 27, 2008 at 10:46 am

    I just saw Lions head coach Rod Marinelli on Sportscenter, and he could not give one reason why the Lions should continue to get the TG game every year. That’s pretty sad.

  2. 2 Jobu
    November 28, 2008 at 10:15 am

    Go Terps. Big Win. Vazques came through with the three’s and some much needed maturity. Can’t wait to get the Shell Games analysis.

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