Speed It Up Knight, You're Boring The Good Doctor

Friday, December 05, 2008

I honestly thought that the combination of Doctor Lou and Bobby Knight would bring on the apocalypse, but unfortunately it just brought on more Lou-inspired angst. In his latest installment, Doc Lou chastises Bobby Knight for a long question and then goes into a 10-minute long "Thought of the Week". Enjoy!



Ahh yes, Doctor Lou. I'm going to miss you when the season is over, but I have a feeling you'll be around for another month or so (pleaaaaase, ESPN!).

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 10:10 AM

7 Comments:

Yeah, Knight could have been a little more conscise, but I was checking out the girl behind in the paint.

walnuts said...
Dec 5, 2008, 11:21:00 AM  

Dr. Lou,

I can surmise fixing the bowl system in 30 seconds or less: make the lesser bowls NIT games and major bowls playoff games. There, that was simple. Enough of your sniveling lisping. Get to the point.

Brad James said...
Dec 5, 2008, 1:19:00 PM  

@walnuts, which is why i'm glad The General had a long winded question

questionmark said...
Dec 5, 2008, 3:11:00 PM  

"Don't forget to please yourself" - Thanks Dr. Lou

Brendan said...
Dec 5, 2008, 3:50:00 PM  

Is it me or did the lisp just keep getting worse and worse every week? Can't wait for next year when the camera will be covered with spittle by the end of the segment.

Anonymous said...
Dec 5, 2008, 4:28:00 PM  

Some Pammy gems from the MAC championship (Buffalo-Ball St.)

"Actually I'm gonna take ballroom dancing lessons." - Chris Spielman as McDonough mentioned Dancing With The Stars

"Welcome back to So You Think Your Commute Was Rough" - Rob Stone on the many misfortunes the University of Buffalo fan bus had on its way to Detroit

"He makes big plays." - Chris Spielman's brillant analysis on the TD reception by Naaman Roosevelt

"He just keeps working and working and working, hugging up on the back." - Chris Spielman

"Scoop and score, that's exactly what he did." - Chris Spielman on a Buffalo fumble return for a touchdown. And while a somewhat moot point because Buffalo was successful, Spielman was defending the fact that he tried to pick up up and run as opposed to just falling on it.

"Akingba was down in the pile fighting and comes away with buried treasure." - Chris Spielman making no sense.

"Johnson being a touchdown maker." - Sean McDonough

For those that care: Buffalo 42, Ball St. 24.

I'll copy and paste everything tomorrow in the Pammies.

JFein said...
Dec 5, 2008, 11:23:00 PM  

Lou gets permission to do as he pleases. Check out this Knight site:
www.dailydoseofknight.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...
Dec 15, 2008, 9:17:00 PM  

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