The Big Ten is the most recent team to receive the Simpsons treatment, after the ACC and the Big 12 earned some satirical glory themselves.
As a Wisconsin alum, this humble blogger isn’t quite sure how to feel about being depicted as Barney from the Simpsons. Sconnie Nation definitely plays hard, but we work hard too, right?
Again, with Madison so close to our heart, the joke is on Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan here, no question (well, Purdue too, but that’s whatever). We would describe why, but that’s just even more mean than the fact they got either the little brother or the Evil Empire treatment.
Those wild ‘n out Hoosiers should feel pretty — sort of — good about themselves, because Disco Stu rocks just as hard as the Little 500 does.
We have no idea here what to make of Iowa, and it looks like Bumblebee man looks a little confused himself.
Then again, maybe he’s just wondering what Grandpa Simpson and a turtle are doing there in the first place. So are the rest of us, Bumblebee Man, so are the rest of us.
Simpsons and Stereotypes
VN:F [1.9.10_1130]The Big Ten conference is given the Simpsons treatment, and it's fantastic,
On Saturday, thousands turned out to run the final mile of the Boston Marathon after tragic terrorist attacks stopped the race in its tracks on April 15.
The Seattle Mariners asked ESPN’s John Clayton to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, so the reporter hit the gym to whip himself into the shape.
Analyst Charles Barkley said that he believes the NBA wants the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals, and has told the refs to make life hard on the Indiana Pacers.
This is for fun, but the folks over at Every Day Should be Saturday gave us an excellent reason as to how Nick Saban is able to recruit so well at Alabama.
Indiana Pacers forward George Hill compared LeBron James to God, but the four-time MVP pointed to two late turnovers in Game 2 to prove otherwise.
Arizona Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez joined in with a mariachi band who came into the office to celebrate his birthday.