Hi, I'm Chris. I play the accordion and enjoy watching terrible sports teams. I was born in Colorado to parents from the boonies of Upstate NY. I was mostly an upstate NY sports kid before the Rockies, Rapids and Avalanche came to Denver. That has left me cheering for colorful selection of sports teams, all of which are terrible. I used to run Burgundy Wave because there was nobody else on the internet willing to start a Rapids blog in mid-2010 and I'm still amazed I found someone to take it over from me.
The FCS playoffs will start on Nov. 24, with Sam Houston State getting a first round bye before hosting Cal Poly on Dec. 1.
Alabama sits at the top of the SEC West, with Texas A&M and LSU both scratching at the Tide's heels.
Texas A&M and Texas could meet in the Cotton Bowl if the CBS bowl projections are correct.
Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson put up scary good numbers during Houston's nail-biting win against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
If Les Miles had his way, the SEC champion would play for the BCS title every single year, regardless of wins and losses.
When the Houston Cougars meet the Marshall Thundering Herd over the weekend, they'll both be looking for bowl eligibility.
Kansas State is still at the top of the Big 12, with the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns behind them in second and third place.
Other than the still-injured Shaun Cody and Ben Tate, not much changed for the Houston Texans on the injury report in Week 10.
The Houston Rockets won a game and lost a game during the weekend NBA action, moving their record to 2-1.