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College football week 1: What I learned

BY SEAN SWINNEY

I learned that I should probably make an appointment with a Cardiologist.

I learned that I might need to invest in some sound proofing.

Most importantly, I learned that pre-season polls don’t mean “Diddly-Poo” (in my best Jim Mora voice). The only team they got right was Bama and for good reason. No. 1  should honestly stay that way the entire season.

I learned to not turn away from any game too soon. When LSU was leading Wisconsin I figured it was all but over. My mistake. Earlier in the week I also turned away from the Tennessee game thinking Appalachian State was starting the season off right. Imagine my embarrassment telling a co-worker about how App. State stole an early season win.

I learned that my cable providers are a bunch of a-holes. Somehow they had a major outage in my area during the Texas game and the cable did not come back on until 3 a.m. I won’t put them on blast – unless it happens again.

I learned that the University of Houston could get a victory over an Oklahoma team that is good but was beaten in every category. Tom Herman has turned the national spotlight on Cullen. This a great time to be a Coog.

I’m a fan and thought that I could no longer be amazed with football – boy, was I wrong.  Here’s hoping this is just a series in many lessons to be learned this season.

“Sometimes life’s so much cooler when you just don’t know any better and all the painful lessons have not hammered your head open yet.” –  Anthony Kiedis

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  1. Daily sports update for Sept. 7 – Houstonsportsandstuff.com

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