Carla and Crappy Show: The Bucks, Bayous, and ‘Boys Edition | Draft Day Suit

Carla and Crappy Show: The Bucks, Bayous, and ‘Boys Edition

Yes, ladies and gents, it’s finally that time that Uncle Crappy has been waiting for all year.

We finally get to talk about Ohio State.

And with good reason. The Buckeyes have two huge games the next two weeks … which also happen to be huge rivalry games.

So yes, loads of fun for Ohio State fans. For fans of other teams, maybe not so much. There’s going to be a lot of nail biting (and maybe some grass chewing, Les?) as LSU heads to Ole Miss. Oklahoma State needs one more win tonight against Baylor to create true bedlam for Bedlam next week against Oklahoma. (Of course, the Sooners need to do their part today against TCU.)

Note: Those Big 12 games are on at the same time. Get your remote thumb ready.

Other topics this week:

  • Why Les Miles should not be playing for his job.
  • Our College Football Playoff rankings.
  • The validity of Notre Dame’s schedule … and the committee’s ranking at No. 4.

 

Enjoy the football. I know Crappy will be.

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A life-long fan of all things Black and Gold, Carla has joined the ranks of the displaced Pittsburgher, now residing in Nashville, Tenn. She has dabbled in sports media throughout her career, including a stop at a suburban Pittsburgh newspaper, several freelance gigs, and most recently, as a writer, editor and team site producer for a large online media company where she covered high school and college football. She appreciates hockey fans who understand that not all board checks are worth cheering, summer evenings at PNC Park (because it’s tough to admit being a Pirates fan) and midweek MAC football. Follow her on Twitter at @CarlaSwankFox.

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