Two top-eleven college basketball teams came to town today. And the NBA-elite San Antonio Spurs, too.
Not too many people thought that the Hoyas would beat Marquette. (And they didn’t, in fact, beat Marquette.)
But even fewer people thought that the Terps would beat #3 UNC, and they did!
And nobody thought the Wizards could get three wins in a row, which they have yet to do this season.
The most cheerful basketball news of the day for me was this:
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Allow me to begin by mentioning that your servant is thoroughly annoyed.
I went to check the time and channel for tonight’s Hoyas game. I discovered to my chagrin that the game will be broadcast on exactly zero t.v. channels.
We live in a world of thousands of channels. We live in a world where channels grow on trees. There are entire channels dedicated to sub-species of Cajun cuisine.
And yet the (potentially) epic contest at the Verizon Center this evening will not be broadcast on any of these countless channels–not a single one!
Perhaps certain sports-network executives think that the Hoyas’ game against Florida International will not be very exciting, just because Florida International doesn’t really have any good players.
But these tall foreigners just might roar into Washington and make things interesting. If they do, I guess we will hear it on the radio (AM 570).
But who can really complain? Listening to Voice of the Hoyas Rich Chvotkin is actually better than being at the game!
Let’s move on to our main topic…
Was the Lord Jesus really born on Christmas?
First give a listen to the Christmas proclamation from the official datebook of the Church (the Roman Martyrology).
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