>Average Adam’s Buckeyes To Face the El Guapos!

14 Mar


Another day, another win for my adopted Buckeyes.  Once again I had the misfortune of missing the future national champs in action.  My absence can be attributed to one of the busiest Sundays in recent history.

I would like to thank T. Ford for the score update.  According to him, the Buckeyes looked like “world beaters”.

My response to that? Of course they looked like world beaters.  The Average Adam official endorsement is a huge boost to a team’s confidence.  You’ve heard it here first, my endorsement will take this team to the top.

I would say this win silenced some critics.   Right, mtank?  They outscored the Golden Gophers by 26 in the second half.  Visit ESPN.com for the game summary

Up next, the UCSB Gauchos in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.  If you are like me, the first thing that went through your mind was, what the hell is a Gaucho?  

I aim to please, so I took the liberty to Google Gaucho for you.  Here’s what Wikopedia had for me:

Gaucho (gaúcho in Portuguese, gaucho in Spanish) is a term commonly used to describe residents of the South American pampas, chacos, or Patagonian grasslands, found principally in parts of Argentina, Uruguay, Southern Chile, and Southern Region, Brazil. In Brazil, it is also used to designate people from the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
The word gaucho could be described as a loose equivalent to the North Americancowboy” (vaquero, in Spanish).

Check out their mascot.

I’m not going to lie to you.  I am intrigued.  The fact is they really wanted to call themselves the El Guapos but couldn’t get permission from Orion Pictures.


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