Citing a total lack of anything interesting happening within the Purdue University Football Team, Her Loyal Sons, NDNation, and pretty much every Notre Dame centric blog in the world failed to create any remarkable content relating to the upcoming game between Notre Dame and Purdue by noon on Wednesday.
“Well, I mean, look at Purdue. It’s like Hoth with corn. Lots of corn. Can we really expect much material coming out of the dead zone?” asked HLS contributor domer.mq, “We’re drawing a blank. I tried to write up a funny ‘press conference translator’ for Joe Tiller’s last press conference. Mid way thru, I got distracted by the season premier of Gilmor Girls. Um, I mean, my wife was watching television and it happened to be on, so…”
The same dearth of interesting material from Purdue has caused the Board Ops at NDN to beg their users to stop posting about MSU. Hey, speaking of MSU, did you see that picture of the MSU players guarding the big ‘S’? LOL!!!!!111111!!! The issue has also caused huge problems for House That Rock Built, who normally hosts an opponent blogger on his Friday Night Lights podcast show. Apparently, Purdue is so boring that there just aren’t any Purdue blogs.
“We’ll probably have to put up a post with the highlights from last year’s game. It’s one of Oldie’s best works, but, seriously, who hasn’t seen that? I think the problem is we put such a beat-down on them last year that they’re no longer interesting. Like that dead racoon on the side of the street. At first you’re like, ‘Wow! Dead racoon! Look at it! So gross! He really got nailed!’ and then, after a few weeks, when there’s still just a little bit of carcass left, cuz, I dunno he was diseased or something and even the birds wont eat him, ‘Eh. Dead racoon. Been dead a long time. Still dead. Who cares?’ See what I mean? Purdue’s a long dead racoon,” explained domer.mq.
“I just wish I’d not pulled the trigger on the Tiller-as-Brimley bit yesterday,” lamented domer.mq.
Meanwhile, HLS contributor ChisND is scouring the net, looking for anything, anything at all, that he can just grab onto for posting material, “They talked a bit of trash last year, so that would have been great. But this year it seems like Tiller’s kept a lid on them. Still, they’re football players from Purdue. The boredom is bound to make them crack. And when they do, I’ll be ready.”
HLS correspondent Bad Kermit would be more concerned, but the firing of Cubs manager Dusty Baker looks imminent, and he can’t be bothered with something as boring and trivial as Purdue Football today. At the same time, HLS correspondent The Biscuit went all Hollywood and forgot about Purdue entirely.