Greetings to everyone and welcome to the latest edition of The Victory Formation.
First off, Happy Labor Day. You know when this holiday comes, you can smell the sweetness of football. You already had your taste of Saturday football, based on the comments during the weekend. What more this week, when the big boys get to do their thing, kicking off on Thursday Night.
As for me, I am also giddy this weekend. My alma mater is one win away from sweeping the regular season after last Saturday. Click the link there and Lefty might find someone famillar.
Here forth are the links after the jump.
Nice way to end things in Daegu. A blaze of glory for Jamaica. (c/o Jamaica Gleaner)
Sebastian Coe explains the need for the false-start rule. (c/o Yonhap News)
Here is a take on the Blade Runner. (c/o The Tyee)
The Bison stampeding towards the yellow jersey. (c/o Bike World News)
MMA coming to your television, and it's not in pay-per-view. (c/o 411Mania)
No PacMan vs Floyd (yet), but this will do. (c/o The Philippine Star)
Speaking of Floyd... (c/o FightHype)
You know what, Ana Ivanovic is still alive in the US Open. (c/o New York Post)
Did not know this couple first met at a boxing match. (c/o Daily Mail)
Rafa cramped up. (c/o Daily Mirror)
Tuesday morning NASCAR for the rednecks all over the world. (c/o Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Formula 1 is back in the US of A. (c/o Motortrend)
PGA Tour looks to be stable in what might be the post-Tiger era. (c/o Real Clear Sports)
Won't be surprised if he bolts after the scandal is done with. (c/o The Sporting News)
Notre Dame has once again laid an egg to start of their season. (c/o South Bend Tribune)
Life after Cam and Nick is gonna be a little bumpy for Chizik. (c/o Al.Com)
Mother Nature asserts its dominance in college football. (c/o Yahoo! Dr. Saturday)
Pac-12 making headlines off the field. (c/o The News Tribune) But not in Jerryworld. (c/o New Orleans Times-Picayune)
Thanks to kwsn for this link on the comments on one of the posts. Neat. (c/o Wall Street Journal)
Nice how one can circumvent the rules, Jim Calhoun. (c/o Huffington Post) Michael Bradley is the MVP.
Could Peyton's streak end? (c/o NFL Spin Zone)
In the eyes of TVF Commentariat, I might be terribly fit to write an obit for him.
If you are a Gunners fan, this was definitely hard to watch.
Of course, this is in memory of one of our fellow commentariat who is definitely not pleased with the Peyton news. Maybe this would calm the nerves a bit.