Are you ready for some football?

I sure as hell am. Tech’s going to kick butt this year (hopefully). With Graham Harrell taking the reins of the nation’s most prolific passing offense for the umteenth year straight, I’m actually quite optimistic of our chances of finally taking the Tech program to the next level.

For those Tech alums and fans who don’t live in Lubbock, Jones Stadium (it’ll always be Jones Stadium – not that Jones SBC/AT&T Stadium crap – but that’s another rant in itself) has had its seven year old astroturf replaced with the ultra-trendy field turf. The sideline has also been “enhanced” with a brick wall as seen in the picture below that I took a couple weeks ago from the top of the West Ramp.

Looking good, isn’t it?

We’ve got season tickets again, but we moved seats. This past year we had the two most annoying guys sitting behind us who complained about everything. Let’s just hope those guys didn’t move too!

Go Tech!

Interesting Numbers

50 billion: the number of e-mails dispatched every day wordwide; in 2001 the traffic was less than 12 billion

88 percent of e-mails are junk including about 1 per cent which are virus-infected

32: The average number of e-mail messages received per person per day. This is rising by 84 per cent each year

440 million: The number of electronic mailboxes in use, including 170 million corporate ones, growing by 32 per cent per year

1,035 million: The total number of mobile phone text messages sent each month in Britain

37: The average number of texts a user sends per month compared with 21 in 2001

1 million: The number of children aged under 10 in Britain – one in three – who own a phone

8: The average age at which a child gets a mobile phone in Britain

From: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,3-2270472,00.html