I didn’t have a chance to write up my thoughts on the Troy game today and I am probably not until midday tomorrow at the absolute earliest. It’s more likely that it won’t come until the evening since I have an exam in ECO 5715: Open Market Macroeconomics at 7:15 pm. Unless of course you all want something about IS/LM curves and the effect government purchases has on GDP and interest rates, but I don’t think my readers want that. I am going to go over the difference between the first half and second half offense, why the defense started sucking in the third quarter, and why we’re not in as big of trouble against Tennessee as a lot of people probably think.
Until then, I hope you enjoyed the first full Sunday of the No Fun League, where boredom and field goals rule, and we’ll catch up most likely after my test.