Taking our Packer hangover into Day 2 would probably qualify as overkill, and I have no more superlatives to hand out for Aaron Rodgers (OK, one more: Rodgers needs a better nickname than "A-Rodg"; I'm thinking "Brass Balls," if only because I'd love to hear Wayne Larivee say: "Oh, what a throw by Brass Balls!"), so I'm going to change the topic of discussion.
On Saturday, Marquette lost its third gut-punch game to a top 10 team. Though there were some more curious coaching decisions by Buzz in the waning moments of the game, I think I've sufficiently beaten that steed in previous posts.
Here's my question: at this point, with another close-but-not-quite-enough effort, it seems entirely likely that we're going to be this year's "Team That No One Wants to Play": we don't have height, we don't have depth, but, with our three-point shooting, we're never going to be completely out of a game. We'll scrap and we'll claw and, though we might not get over the hump, you're gonna fuckin' earn that victory when you play MU.
So: are you OK with being the TTNOWTP for this year?