On the Disaster Known as Chris Crane

I didn’t watch the game.  I tried.  I went to the bar, asked for the BC at North Carolina game, and the guy flipped through the channel before finally saying, “You sure it’s on today?” and giving up.

It was a blessing in disguise.  Watching Chris Crane give the game away, this time successfully, for the second week in a row would have made me lose my mind.  It was maddening enough following the game on the Internet where you saw that every other BC drive went long in the wrong way b/c of a Crane interception.

He has now thrown six interceptions in two games.   He is a fifth year senior.  I am compelled to repeat my question from last week: what exactly is the merit of playing Crane for the rest of the season?


2 Responses to “On the Disaster Known as Chris Crane”

  1. 1 Chris Schroeck October 27, 2008 at 9:52 pm

    OK, now I am convinced.

    I know that last week I was saying, “stick with him, he’s our best chance to win this year”, but after watching the North Carolina game, I am forced to ask whether the Frosh could possibly be worse. I still think we have a shot at a good season this year, but I am no longer in support of Chris Crane continuing to start.

  2. 2 joesas October 28, 2008 at 12:45 am

    Yey! Chris has jumped on the bandwagon. To lose a patient fan like you is not a good sign, that’s for sure.

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