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January 5, 2009

[Business Day One] The Heights – A New Drama Series

Filed under: Business Day One,NCAA — Tags: , , , , — Serpico @ 12:37 pm

Did I expect Boston College to beat North Carolina in a game of basketball at the Dean Dome this weekend? No, I did not. Did I expect Boston College to prepare to fire its head football coach after he decided to interview for the New York Jets position? No. Yet oddly, both this happened.

College sport is a lot of things to a lot of people. To some, it’s everything. While I’m not as wrapped up in the exploits of my alma mater as some, I’m more involved than most. As such, this odd combination of events this weekend has affected my sleep last night and my appetite today. How can I be hungry when I need to keep checking my message boards for breaking news?

Whether you love schoolboy hoops or not, or have ever been to a college football tailgate, you’ve all be acquainted with the dizzying experience of being hit with both wonderful and horrible news at the same time. It throws you for a loop in a way that you can’t really explain. The bad news doesn’t seem as awful because the good news tempered it slightly. Yet, unfortunately, that good news isn’t as sweet as you could’ve expected. Both events are brought into their weird hazy middle ground, that you get lost in instead of gettinga good night’s sleep. I’ve always found the idea of willingly becomming a sports fan funny – you’re signing up for far more heartbreak than happiness. Whenever I forget about that fact, fate reminds me.

  • You say a new drama series, what about a musical… We could call it “In The Heights” … oh, wait, that exists. High School Musical has some basketball choreography that might be useful for this musical.

    Speaking of In The Heights, I wish I could afford to see Freestyle Love Supreme at Comix tonight. When will IB have a hip hop improv show?

  • Serpico

    MC Mr Napkins performs at IB often. He is absolutely worth looking up on Youtube right now.

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