Far be it, then, to say that on Blue Monday, at least one Canadian media outlet was Steve and Eydie playing a concert in upstate New York while Woodstock was happening less than a mile away:
"I was sent a note that Rogers Sportsnet was there early to get some footage, but left before the game ended. Then, they called frantically looking for footage of the end of the game. I watched Sportsnet and TSN this morning and there was no video evidence of the win. Both made mention of it." -- Big Man on CampusHere's hoping this and this, shot by one of Out of Left Field's contributors, Mike (it's just the one name, like Cher), turns up on Sportsnet Connected's Inbox feature.
One more time, let's see the celebration, after the jump:
It's hard not to love We're Not Worthy Guy salaaming on the midfield logo. He's partying like it was 1992.
Again, and this can't be stressed enough, it's standard for videographers and newspaper photographers to leave early so they can edit and file their images. That being said, it doesn't take a Minnesota Vikings fan, though, to know that 17 points is never enough, no matter how hapless your opponent.
Rob Pettapiece, whose Waterloo Warriors were on the wrong side of OUA football history, had a great reaction to the use of the closing scene in The 40-Year-Old Virgin: "Well, at least Waterloo gets to play the part of Catherine Keener."
If that's the case, then Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin isn't the only hot granny in the news this week!
(That's obviously meant to satirize the viewpoint that anyone's attractiveness, female or male, has anything to do with whether he/she is qualified to a do a job. I apologize for not making this clearer and showing a little more class.)