You really can't top the lack of drama that was Brett Favre's will fighting his body in an attempt to ruin his crappy team's chances of seeing whether Joe Webb will ever be anything for them, can you? As someone with no interest in Brett Favre at all, watching this scenario unfold has been a little like watching Metal Gear Solid's plot advance. He was the best, now he's old and terrible, but we have to put up with him anyway. Will there be another sequel of the game? It just goes on and on. Favre may have to be physically torn in half on the field before he stops playing. That's all we learned last night.
Beef O'Brady's Bowl: Southern Miss. Golden Eagles vs. Louisville Cardinals -- 7 PM, ESPN -- I really have no analysis to add to this, so lets have Jon Bois take it away. Who really does need a mini-helmet, anyway?
Dallas Mavericks vs. Orlando Magic -- 6 PM, NBA TV -- The team that is still adjusting to it's necessary trades faces the team that refuses to die.
College Basketball: UNLV Runnin' Rebels vs. Kansas St. Wildcats -- 8 PM, ESPN2 -- UNLV hopes to take New Mexico's crown as "Mountain West team that was somehow given a 3 seed" this year. Can they keep the momentum going?
Guns Of The Patriots
College Basketball: Stanford Cardinal @ Oklahoma St. Cowboys -- 8 PM, ESPNU -- I really feel like we need more JamesOn Curry in our lives. Can anyone find a way that he can play in this game? I'm a proponent of anyone named JamesOn.
College Basketball: Wagner Seahawks @ Texas A&M Aggies -- 7 PM, Fox Sports Southwest -- I figured given the choice of the two blowouts, you'd be more interested in this one than North Carolina-William & Mary.
Sons Of Liberty
New Jersey Devils vs. Washington Capitals -- 6:30 PM, Versus -- Nothing like matching up one of your league's rising stars against one of the most depressing teams in the NHL. In prime time!