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Behind the Episode – Chapter 44- B.S.P.

LEGENDARY. That is another episode in the books and it is Behind the Episode Chapter 44 time. I was so worried about mispronouncing my Spanish that I said the wrong number. It was episode 44 not 45 so don’t let me fool you. The Miami Hurricanes come limping in with injures this week and I limped in as well.

Apparently this team’s injuries and Gil Frierson are keeping Scoop up at night. OBB Pharmaceuticals need to release a sleep aid to go along with Vandagra. Use promo code #OBB and sleep better at night. And Frierson still can’t get on the field? Nesta Silvera apparently thinks he should. And he is somewhere playing football in the desert.

The Miami Hurricanes have another 12 O’clock game. I haven’t said this in a tweet or on the show but this line goes through my head every high noon-er. “Play stupid game and win stupid prizes.” The Hurricanes at the midway mark of the season have played a lot of stupid games. They lost three. And now they win the prize of another stupid mid day start.

We could have had the Tennessee offensive coordinator? Alex Golesh is my spirit animal. That animal is a mix of Baylor spread cheetah and exotic dragon in the red zone. You put up 52 points vs. Nick Saban you deserve a cookie. All the cookies you want. Saban is Coach Mario Cristobal’s mentor and the mentor just got schooled. Is it too novel to find out why?

I paraded my pitchfork over the bad game day decisions again. That sentiment comes from a root core principle in me. Coaches have no problems calling out deficiencies and mistakes with players. The film room after a game is a bone chilling place for players. You make a mistake and you have to sit there relive it with your teammates or your position group.

But it should go both ways. Did the coaches put their clock mismanagement on film and have the kids snicker at them? Power to the little guy. Plus I just think if you have a bad reputation of something do everything in your power to correct it. Don’t be complicit. Clemson was accused for years of “Clemson-ing” it. They couldn’t win the big game. They eventually fixed that narrative.

We are going 5-1 the rest of the season because the Hurricanes ran out of weird ways to lose. Big pass plays given up, 27 first downs with no touchdowns, 17 penalties, I mean. In all seriousness though, this team is due for a complete game on film. Even Dan Enos aided Jaren Williams when he broke the record for passing touchdowns in game. Williams threw six touchdowns and they beat Louisville 52-27. The next game they lost to FIU 30-24. This program is cursed.

It’s hot. Thanks Ollie. I completely butchered the New York Rangers roster and former Florida Panther goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck’s name. It is true though. Vanbiesbrouck is the only NHL goalie to have every vowel in his last name. I need to admit it wasn’t my best sponsor segment. I will stand up and take responsibility for this. I need to get better.

The show came to a close with me wanting to keep Bill Clinton out of the cigar room. We did picks and I have been hot. My formula is simple. Whatever game Beatin the Bookie puts out there I go with and the rest of the picks I simply use the force. I brought out the red lightsaber for this one. Behind the Episode chapter 44 Bangkok Stripper Poll is in the books. #gocanes #obb.

About the Author: Roman Marciante

Born and raised in South Florida. Local Boy. Husband. Tali and Franco’s dad. “Hey grandpa, is there a local college team we can watch?” “Do they throw the ball?” They don’t run the option do they?” Thus the love affair was born. Proud supporter of St Thomas Aquinas Raider nation and alum. One day got in a studio with two other buddy’s and started a conversation about a local team and the rest was history. A former pro athlete who secretly had a CIA job and some people call “Chief.” Yells “Bang” a lot. “It is not wrong, it is just different.” Managing Editor for the OBB Legend, host of X’s and Ro and Student of the Game connoisseur. I still remember the day I beat Mike Tyson in a fight. 007-373-5963. Thanks for all your help Mac. I couldn’t have done it without you.

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