Great decision last night to show the Texas Tech/West Virginia game instead of Arizona/Oklahoma State. Sure the latter game had far more NBA-quality players. (I'd come up with a ratio, but as Mrs. Claxton taught me in the fourth grade, I can't divide by zero.) Sure the latter game involved higher seeds who are more likely to make the Final Four and show impressively once there. That's all true, but the mighty Red Raider nation has infiltrated the Atlanta area. Heck, every time I go to Jocks & Jills to watch games, I can't get a seat because of all of the T-Tech fans. And WVU? They've taken over the city! There's a reason why Cobb County is called "Morgantown South" now.
(Note to non-Atlantans: I'm being sarcastic. I've only encountered one Texas Tech fan in all my time of watching games here and she was here on business. And annoying. West Virginians tend not to leave their own state for, uh, fear of being exposed to modernity.)
Maybe CBS decided that north Georgia viewers in White or Union counties would respond well to Senor Pittsnogle?
I need digital cable or a dish. Badly.