Sunday, October 31, 2010

4 Quarters Radio: October 7 2nd Quarter

The second-quarter curriculum for October 7:
--Scott marvels at the sheer pounding administered to Stanford by a flock of mad Ducks.
--Florida's offensive failures are analyzed, and here's a hint: it has a little something to do with Emmanuel Moody.
--Scott discusses the first potential brick wall in the path of the Denard Robinson Express.
--For the week's philosophy exercise, the Professor ponders which loss is worse: blowing a big lead or blowing an opportunity to finish the opponent.
--Rumors that Texas is even pondering "encouraging" Mack Brown to retire draw a little attention, and Scott wonders why they should bother.
--Roy Halladay rates a major shout in the Whodaman segment.

Excised music: "In the Dark" by Billy Squier.

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