I don’t are likely to take pleasure in watching First Take, but when I’m promised extra moments like Christopher “Mad Canine” Russo speaking about his plans to get excessive and guess $10,000 on Colorado whereas Marcus Spears appears to be like on awe-struck, properly, I’d want to begin tuning in.
One thing possessed Mad Canine to share his Saturday plans with all of America, and went into much more element than “having some chips, dip, and some beers.”
“I’ll get a run in. I’ll take the 2 canines, Bo and Riley for a stroll. At about 12 o’clock I’ll sit down, I’ll make an early cocktail, reduce a gummy in half. We bought Florida State-Clemson. I just like the Florida State quarterback. There’s one thing there. At about 3:25, once I’m sauced … I’m not driving, I’m in the home, to confirm — I’ll put in a name. […] You already know what? What the hell … I can’t root for Oregon. You already know what? Put 10 dimes on Colorado to win the sport. So by about 3:25 I’ll be sitting down with my shorts, and a t-shirt, cocktail — the opposite half a gummy.”
Remember that this second all got here off a easy query “Can Colorado pull off the upset?” That was sufficient to ship Mad Canine on a Grandpa Simpson-esque rant about having an onion on his belt.
The most effective half was seeing the set slowly devolve into insanity. Marcus Spears was completely dropping it, trying across the studio to verify everybody else was listening to this and questioning whether or not they wanted to chop away.
This is what we’d like extra of on TV. We don’t want these contrived sports activities arguments over scorching takes. We want extra 63-year-old males telling us their booze and drug plans in excessive element to the purpose the place it makes everybody really feel awkward.