The Solution: Qatar wants to hold the 2022 World Cup in the Summer, when the average temperature in Doha is 106. Their plan to avoid players and spectators collapsing with heat stroke? Qatari scientists are developing artificial clouds to hover over stadiums and training grounds. They’re also going to have some crazy AC going. Everything will be solar powered. No need to worry. I’m just hoping they will have enough hoverboard racks. [Guardian]
Believe it or not, Jeff Fisher has gone 7-9 just four times as a head coach — once with the Houston Oilers in 1995, then with the (…)
This seems like something people would watch and get excited about.
Alabama, Clemson, Washington, and Ohio State
Just missed, fortunately.
Oregon went through a very similar “Mark Helfrich” situation in the 1920s.
This charasmatic fellow at the Baylor-West Virginia game managed to execute a shirtless-overall-hat combination without looking (…)