We're so close to the season that I can taste the bourbon folks. Yet another #FetchFriday here at ITB and of course that means plenty to talk about. Before we get into the two biggest issues here's a podcast I got to do with the guys from Filling The Lanes talking Miami, Texas A&M to the SEC and the one point of note that has become my running theme this offseason; Russell Wilson is going to be awesome! Thanks to Rick and his co-host Jay for having me on, it was truly fun and I got to talk a little Pretty Little Liars at the end.
In keeping with the far reaching theme of the week here's your video:
That's right we're kicking it off with The U again folks. The story that dropped this Tuesday has been absolutely covered, to the max, here on the site but with #FetchFriday here we decided there was some accomplishments that do need to recognized for how truly fancy they are.
Fetch Friday approved activities include stripper parties, bottle service in the club, boat parties, mansion parties, flat screens, steak and lobster dinners and engagement rings. We give those things three snaps in a Z formation. Seriously, sounds like the type of party that is worthy of a fetch tag.
Now, the polar opposite of the "Boats 'n Hoes" lifestyle that we saw at Miami is about to take place at West Virginia as special guest Randy Moss is going to participate in The Bob Huggins Fish Fry. This is not a joke people, it is a real thing and it is no less fetch than doing Big Pimpin' on a yacht in Miami. If you do not know the joys of a good fish fry then you truly are missing out on life and, quite honestly, I feel sorry for you.
In learn something new everyday news; apparently Minnesota and Wisconsin are big on the Friday Fish Fry culture as well and to that I say "hats off" people. Thanks to fellow Crystal Ball Runner Allen Kenney and the good tweeps WisconsinRob and SotaSooner for schooling me on this.
Friday Fish fry are big in the northeast too. Anyplace you have a lot of Catholics you will find Friday fish fries...tasty.
@InTheBleachers Usually fried fish, french fries and coleslaw always with tartar sauce. I am most familar with them from my time in Rochester, NY. They always had them Friday nights at diners.