I know your life is busy. That you have no time for the little things, the niggling things, what with making mortgage payments and trying to finally land the Johnson account. But you do have to take time for yourself. And you have to get it right.
Even though the tubes and packaging are so similar as to cause one to wonder if there isn't a lawsuit in the offing,
"We'll see who is the number one school over the next few weeks. Undefeated Queen's may get another chance to whoop the Mustangs with their fumbling little carney hands."
What is that line about asses, mouths, and cashing cheques?
OUA semi-final: Ottawa 23, Queen's 13
OUA semi-final: Western 36, Laurier 28
And what was all the yammering about the Mustangs being fumble prone?
"Turnovers were the difference in the game with Ottawa recovering two fumbles that were costly in the Gaels drives.Brannagan was stripped of the ball under pressure by the Gee-Gee’s and then in the fourth quarter Jimy Allin of Belleville, Ont. had an uncharacteristic fumble on a return that gave Ottawa field position which led to a game sealing field goal."
Maybe next year the Golden Chokers can finally show the Mustangs how good they are. Maybe. For now, all we know is that Queen's is a regular season team. Once again they failed to show up when it counted. But at least they earned their "plucky go-getters" ribbons of shame:
"“Even in the last two minutes we were still diving for balls and making plays,” quarterback Danny Brannagan said.
Sweet Jesus Danny, you just fucked up. Don`t start looking for a pat on the head now. Now is the time for tough love, and not deluding yourself that you played well. Even coach Sheahan thinks you suck: “It’s a shame that when you play your last game it isn’t your best game.”
Good one coach. Right up there with gems like “We were the better team on paper”, or, “We didn`t get the lucky bounces”, or, “All they did was score more than we did” as justifications for a bad loss.
I can`t wait to hear what Marshall says next weekend when Western is bounced by Ottawa.