It has been quite an eventful two weeks, has it not? First and foremost, my thoughts go out to everyone in the Northeast dealing with Sandy. This one's for you.
Appropriately, Hokies-Canes falls the day after Halloween; this season has been scary for both teams, who each sit at 4-4. Bet I know what Kellen Winslow will be this year...
Not only is Halloween this week, but we are also reaching the climax of election season for the Presidential race. Interestingly, POTUS spoke at the University of Miami earlier this month.
It feels like ages ago, but there was a point during this season when Miami and Notre Dame's combined record stood at 9-1. Then Chicago happened.
Indeed, Miami's season appeared to have taken a turn for the worse when quarterback Stephen Morris was injured in a loss to North Carolina. But his prognosis proved encouraging.
Al Golden's only memory from that game will be from his pre-kickoff discussion with Larry Fedora.
Hate Week, 2012. Take care of business, Hokies. We're (somehow) still in this thing.