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I know this is redundant but it never fails to surprise me, that the pundits do so little homework for their broadcast. Ole man Corso stated that OU was inconsistent on the road when in the Real World we are undefeated and beat some very good teams. Probably the Best road team in several years. Go Sooners and make it 1 more!
That's my complaint about the widely expanded coverage of college football. It's great to see all the games, but the commentators and broadcasters are, with few exceptions, utterly clueless and uninformed. I mean, c'mon, these guys make good money to cover college football -- put in the time and make the effort to know what you're talking about.
“When most people say they are being 'realistic,' they delude themselves; they are simply being negative.” —Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
What's sad: Corso's statement about OU being inconsistant was in a preview of FSU-GT. They were talking about Mark Stoops and the Seminole defense. Corso got confused and started previewing the OU game. You could tell Herbie was emberrassed for him.
Bad day for Corso, he called Collin Klein Calvin Klein this morning. I thought Fowler was going to fall off his chair.
To be fair I think the "Calvin Klein" comment was on purpose and I loved it. He is more for show than anything his headgear segment is what keeps them on the air.
He gets a pass for his years of entertainment value through the years.
Did he pick TCU?
He picked OU, Herbie picked TCU.
Exactly Right and they are trying to phase him out in an appropriate way. If he is back next year, it will be in an even smaller role. He is purely for entertainment.
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