Basing in on this recipe from Anson Mills, although we didn’t see their grits at HEB, so I’m using a yellow grits/polenta corn product. Grits: Presoak in water starting at 1:45. Cook with lots of stirring and adding more water. Add salt about halfway through.Add butter and black pepper at the end. Is this grits […]
Didn’t blog championship week, as the Badgers and Ags were out of it. Stanford is back in the Rose Bowl, after beating Arizona State in Tempe. The Cardinal will play Michigan State, who thwarted Ohio State’s effort to get to the last BCS championship. The big new in CFB, however, is the Mack Brown out […]
Didn’t post in a timely way over the Thanksgiving weekend, even though it was an eventful one for College football 2013. The big news, of course, was Auburn upsetting the Crimson Tide by running back a missed FG attempt at the end of the game, after Nick Saban had argued to get one more second […]
Despite grant writing and paper revisions, I managed to get my sports fix this past weekend while my collaborators were taking their turns with the texts. Stanford was off on Saturday, prepping for next Thursday’s highly hyped game with the Ducks. Badgers won a slugfest with Iowa, pulling away late. The Ags played UTEP at […]
Last week I was at the GO consortium meeting in Bar Harbor, so I didn’t watch much football. Since it was a bye week for the Badgers and the Aggies, only Stanford was in action of the teams I follow closely. The Cardinal had a narrow escape in Seattle against the Washington Huskies which I […]
Yesterday was generally viewed as a less than exciting weekend for college football matchups. A few teams flirted with upsets, but the only top 25 team to lose was Arizona State, who played #5 Stanford. The Ags, Cardinal, and Badgers all won convincingly. A&M and Stanford were on at the same time, so I mostly […]
The Detroit Free Press defends their home town against mischaracterizations in the national press with the first installment of The Truth About Detroit What was said: “Government employees and their overbearing unions have been on a decades-long crusade to defraud the taxpayer and unjustly enrich themselves. When everyday Americans are struggling to find job security and […]
Over at Freakonomics, a story about The Encyclopedia of Ethical Failure, a compendium of tales of misconduct, used in ethics training by the DoD.
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