Monday, September 18, 2017

Stanford-UCLA Game to Kick Off at 7:30 PM on September 23

No. 19 [sic] Stanford will face No. 25 UCLA on Saturday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 PM on ESPN. Stanford has defeated UCLA nine consecutive times, and seeks its 10th-straight victory over the Bruins in the 2017 home opener.

UCLA Bruins
Great time for home opener
Bring your own flashlight.
—Richey

September 16, 2017: Stanford 17, San Diego State 20

"After a 15-minute delay caused by a bank of lights going out, Stanford gives up a late TD in a 20-17 loss."

Lose to the Aztecs?
YES! Revenge must be so sweet
To Montezuma.
—Richey

Friday, September 15, 2017

Friday, September 8, 2017

On the Eve of Stanford vs. U$C

Prop bet in Vegas
D'oh-arnold coughs up football
Loses game, Heisman.

41 point dog
Ten years ago madness strikes
Wish I'd be the line.

Struggles with Broncos
SC defense still tired
Scarlett Love prevails.
—Jeff

(In response to Gary T's submission of Elemental Haiku to this blog)
Hilarious, Gar
But no Stanford or 'SC
Try again, slacker.
—Cynthia

Monday, September 4, 2017

August 26, 2017: Stanford 62, Rice 7

McLovin was split up
Just like Solomon's baby
Shaw still bland as rice.
—Jeff

Why a game in Oz?
Koalas and kangaroos
TV revenue.
—Richey

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Pre-Big-Game Haiku

Tired, so tired
Take the taste out of my mouth
By roasting weenies.

Ordinarily
Running backs, not cornerbacks
Are ankle breakers.

Which Kevin Hogan
Do we see on Saturday?
Salvage the season.

We're leaving Las Vegas
On Sunday 12/21
Victory in hand.

Farm will rise again
Team's reach should exceed grasp or
What's the Rose Bowl for?
Jeff Suto

Irrelevant Game
Two losers, pitched in battle
Back to normalcy.
Richey Neuman

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Would it be mean to write a haiku about Josh Shaw?

"USC cornerback Josh Shaw admitted to school officials that he had fabricated a story about rescuing a nephew from drowning and lied about how he suffered ankle injuries, the school announced Wednesday." —Los Angeles Times

Yes, it is mean, but
What would Manti Te'o do?
College kids f up.
Gary Tyrrell

Ordinarily
Running backs, not cornerbacks
Are ankle breakers.
Jeff Suto