I don't like all the games on different channels. It used to be like the red zone channel. You could put it on channel 2, throw the remote away, and be entertained for hours. Now I have to find the close games myself, which is a pain to do while I'm working at the same time.
I'm aware that whining about having too much basketball to watch while I work from home is not a real problem, but that's not going to stop me.
Yeah, it's going to really bug the piss out of me when the game I'm watching doesn't
get interrupted every 4 minutes so I can be forced to watch Kansas or whoever the fuck taking on Slapdick U. I guess I'll just have to suck it up and continue watching the game I want to watch.
Of course Slapdick totally pwned Kansas last year so it's my loss again.
Is it too much to ask for CBS to tell me when the scrappy white guys from Slapdick U are attempting a buzzer beater? If I can't be lazy watching sports then what's the point?
They should totally tell you that. If not, they're being derelict.
Actually, whatever channel I have it on just switched games to the end of a close Vandy/Richmond battle. So I guess they are doing that. Forget about all that complaining from before.
Did you just call Richmond, Slapdick U?
Because I will burn this place to the fucking ground. Edited to add, for the fucking record:
UR's basketball program has developed a reputation as a "giant killer" in the NCAA tournament, defeating the Charles Barkley-led Auburn Tigers in 1984, reaching the Sweet Sixteen in 1988 by defeating defending national champion Indiana and Georgia Tech, beating 3-seed South Carolina in 1998, becoming the first 15-seed to knock off a 2-seed when the Spiders defeated Syracuse in 1991 and again winning as a 12-seed in 2011 against Vanderbilt. The Spiders hold the distinction of being the only basketball program in NCAA history to win NCAA tournament games as a 12, 13, 14, and 15 seed.
Congrats on being from a school that always gets a shitty seed.
Well, we've gotten a 7 and a 10 before, we just lost those times.