Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Wolverine through and through

For you readers who aren't familiar
with Utah,
last week was The Holy War.
That means that the holier than thou team BYU
got spanked by the rebellious Utah Utes.

I have a few suggestions for the team's improvement,
inspired by photos of my kids and their cousins.


Maybe before their next football game,
the BYU Cougars
should go to The Bean Museum
for some inspiration
on their animal instincts?

They could learn to stare down and intimidate their opponents.

Charge like an ostrich.

If all else fails they could just be silly
and hope some laughs could get them some yardage.

Blending in may get them better results.

Or even crouching beneath the other team.

Maybe they just need some glasses?

Or maybe they won't play any fair opponents at all
because they are just like helpless little mice.


How about this great idea?
We should just lock all the players in the elevator with our kids.
That might give them some better training then they've been getting.


Our future BYU cheerleader still looks good
even though she just experienced 
two great defeats in the same week:

BYU's  54-10 loss,
and a broken arm.

Poor Sophia.


Maybe the Cougars could change their mascot
to something a little more fierce
that can actually beat a Ute?

Did I mention that we aren't really BYU fans?
Go Utah Valley University.
Everyone knows that Wolverines
are better than Cougars,
and usually a little more humble.

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is the best higher education
in Utah,
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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Abigail's deer-in-the-headlights look typifies BYU's players in the second half of the game.