After potential future Darkseid-recruit Peter Lee, MVP of FireMercs 2013, pointed out the lack of beaters on our roster (likely in an attempt to procure an invite to the team), we have been hard at work finding elite new players to join the Darkseid. And after some intensive scouting, we’ve…
I never thought I’d lose these two. So much for loyalty and friendship, what am I even doing when I thought those were the skills that made me functional in the community?
When Refs Walk Onto the Pitch
Recently I’ve become very interested in the ICBA. Competition is a necessity of progress and I think that only good can come from this. By the way, what ever happened to the ICBA? It seemed like right as they were gaining traction they dropped off the map. Glad to see some life returning.
Interesting to see my name called out as a member of the old guard, when I think the old guard is one of the biggest problems in the IQA. I can’t disagree with you, since I know I post often about how I like some of the less competitive aspects of quidditch.
So with this response, I just wanted to pledge as an IQA staffer that I will never let my love of the roots of quidditch hold it back from evolving as it should. The opinions I fight most stubbornly for are often not my own opinions, but what I’ve noticed from reading the Facebook pages (other than Rules and Regulations, because that page is my hell) and seeing what newer better ideas that a lot of people have that will make quidditch a better overall sport, even if I disagree with some of the principles of those changes.
Furthest Advancing team: Baylor (Final Four)
Winner: Penn State
Furthest Advancing Team: Penn State/Skrewts/RIT (RO 32)
Winner: Texas A&M
Furthest Advancing Team: Texas A&M (Elite 8)
Furthest Advancing Team: Emerson/USC (Sweet 16)
For all the people who say, ‘West Coast, Best Coast’. I think Southwest really made a statement for being the strongest region.
Also, MA. Next year guys… next year!!.
But but the Southwest isn’t a coast so West Coast still Best Coast! And don’t come back at me with a Gulf Coast argument because I dunno how I could argue that.
The West totally recognizes that the Southwest is a stronger region, I hope people don’t actually think we’re proclaiming ourselves to be better than other regions when we say West Coast Best Coast.
Get it Right
They’re called Boston University or BU, NOT BOSTON.
Yesssss so happy about whoever posted this!!
We’ve officially received our first submission here at Butts and Brooms: Victor Viega of Emerson. Vic,ohhwowlovvely would like to let you know that she thinks you’re, “a keeper, that’s for sure ;)” (her words and emoticon, not mine). As for my take, this seems to be a solid submission. He’s wearing Nike Pro Combat to accentuate his pectorals and biceps/triceps, which is a total bro move. He also has the lower body of a dude who clearly lifts legs and not just arms (as any REAL man does), and breast cancer awareness (his sock) is a cause that both bros and bras alike can get behind. He’s also meticulously color coordinated from head to toe: look good, play good. I don’t known you personally, but appearance is everything in this world, so daps to you Victor, a chill bro.
C’mon Mr. B&B, get your Emerson intramural teams straight. The pink sock represents the Jamaica Plain Jaguars, the team that selected Victor 1st in the 2012 draft.
(Previous first round picks include David Fox, Matt Lowe and Jared Kowalczyk.)
Rumor has it that the black, black and pink color scheme of the JP Jags inspired the black black and red colors of a certain prominent West Coast community team.