Which of America’s preeminent observers to quote/ paraphrase in situations such as the University of Louisville football program is currently mired?
Is there a path for this team’s immediate reinvention, a way to find some comfort in the most disturbing Louisville pigskin campaign in eons?
Or, like one of the cowpokes in the new Coen Brothers’ classic “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” do you pull out the six shooter and save the steed his misery?
On the one hand, there’s Yogi Berra, master wordsmith, a man of poignant observation.
“It ain’t over until it’s over.”
On the other, there’s T.S. Eliot, whose work resonated with the young and literate. At least when I was young and literate.
Whose final lines of “The Hollow Men,” I’ve stolen and skewed many a time at moments such as this.
This is the way the season end/ This is the way the season ends/ This is the way the season ends/ Not with a bang but a whimper
Of course, Kentucky’s still left. The Wildcats visit this coming weekend. An opportunity for the U of L Cardinals to summon some heretofore absent energy and fortitude, and end this horrid season upbeat. Continue reading Louisville CardFile: North Carolina State