SEC Championship and WMQ Hiatus? [Wednesday Morning Quarterback]
Dec 3rd, 2008 by Dan

You’ve probably heard the saying that hindsight is 20/20 on Monday morning, so just imagine how well I can call ’em two days later on Wednesday. That’s right, it’s time for Wednesday Morning Quarterback, your weekly sports round-up.

Whoa! Another WMQ!

With a sound defeat of FSU, Florida has solidified its ability to compete for the BCS championship game, so long as they defeat the Alabama Crimson Tide this Saturday, that is.

They can conceivably do it. They’re the favored team. Unfortunately they’ve also lost a very important component of their offense, Percy Harvin. His condition is still unclear as a result of spraining his ankle in the FSU game.

Should they manage to win, well, what an exciting prospect. The Florida Gators will, once again, be in the BCS Championship Bowl and should hopefully win.

Unfortunately, no matter what the result is on Saturday, we have to wait an inordinate amount of time for the bowl games. A whole month is ridiculous. We need some reform.

So, as you may have noticed, WMQ doesn’t appear as often now that baseball season is done. What’s up with that? Well, baseball is my favorite sport and I just don’t pay attention to as many sporting events when the season is over. So I’m thinking that, barring special circumstances, like next week’s SEC Championship or the bowl games, we just might have a hiatus up until late March or early April when baseball season starts up again. Filling this space will be whatever other stories I decide to post.

Anyway, I hope you’ve been enjoying WMQ so far this year! It’ll be sure to train up in the off-season and be ready to go for Opening Day (or Spring Training…).

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