LMAO! And the world makes sense again. So, to touch a little on what Crackpipe and Whiskas mentioned, I definitely believe college sports is the purest form (or at least one of the purest) of organized sports we have here in the States. Players don't make anything and play their hearts out. Many of them don't make it to the professional level so this is the pinnacle of their careers. I have a lot of respect for these college athletes. I love sports because of the competitive nature and sheer athletism showed on the field / court. I grew up playing every sport: soccer, hockey, baseball, basketball, football, some tennis, etc.... so being able to watch other humans excel in the very same sport I have played is enjoyable. I can't dunk, throw a football 70 yards, serve a tennis ball at +100 MPH, pitch a 95 MPH fast ball, shoot a slap shoot with deadly accuracy but these athletes can. Watching them perform these amazing feets is enjoyable. It's not easy waking up at 5 AM every morning and running 10 miles. Then, weight lifting until your body wants to faint. And all on a strict diet. It's not easy being away from your family and ones you love for the larger part of the year just to entertain the masses and represent the sport and city you love. They work hard to get to where they are and deserve at least a little respect from all of us.