Friday, February 16, 2007

On the NCAA Rules Committee: This Is Your Soundtrack

Football: Now with 25 percent more football!

Okay, so courtesy of Doug, the NCAA has wisely rid itself of those stupid-ass new rules designed to shorten games not by reducing the number of freaking commercials, because God forbid we should lose precious advertising revenue, but by reducing the amount of time actually spent playing the game. And that's about as vehemently self-righteous as I'm going to get, because I'm actually giving them ups for this clever move; enjoy a thorough breakdown of the proposed new rules and a really disturbing picture of some European cyclists at Every Day Should Be Saturday.

Anyway, that's why this Friday Not-Even-Random Ten goes out to the NCAA Rules Committee for actually doing something that makes the game more enjoyable. I'll gladly extend the honor to any institution that does the same by, say, making season tickets available to the public without requiring a certain donation level first, eh, UGA?

The Ten:

1. Mr. Scruff, "Get a Move On"
2. 311, "Freeze Time"
3. Queen, "Don't Stop Me Now"
4. Arlington Priest, "Time Marches On"
5. Q-Tip, "Breathe and Stop"
6. Psychadelic Furs, "I'll Stop the World"
7. Enya, "Only Time"
8. Howie Day, "Slow Down"
9. Big Audio Dynamite, "Rush"
10. Coldplay, "Clocks"

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