Early Mornings (Winterhawks, High School football the night before)

Let me tell you, getting up at four in the morning to go on a two hour carride is not fun at all. Especially when you went to bed at midnight after watching the Winterhawks season opener (we won) and seeing how your high school football team did (we lost by one point, the closest we’ve been to winning since the opener. I still have confidence that we will do fine this year, despite only winning one game as of right now.) 

Go Scots, Go!

Who’s with me? (We will win next week, at least I hope so.)


Why the Play-Offs are the Best Time of Year

The play-offs are the best time of year. The regular season is a close second to the play-offs.


Play-offs are best, because, you finally get all of your questions answered about  it,

America's sport= a lot of people ramped up for play-offs

from the off-season.

That’s why. Plus, everyone is playing like there is no tomorrow, so the fierceness and aggressiveness is sky-rocketed.

Exactly why the play-offs are best

Why The Off-Season is the Worst Time of Year



Every sport has it’s off-season. Right now, Football, Basketball, and Hockey are in their off-seasons. AS a fan, it;s the time of year that I dread the most.

Two reasons:

  1. You don’t know who is going to be on your team, next year. Will your favorite player(s) be back? Who’s going to be the new guy? They just  expect you (and I) to be patient and wait.
  2. You don’t know how well your team will fare during the season. Will you get into the play-offs? Will we win everything or come home disappointed? Again, they expect you (and I) to be patient and wait.

And that is why the off-season is the worst time of year, even if it’s summer.