There are two seasons going on right now, bowl season and the holiday season. Now while the holiday season is supposed to be one of love and cheer and gifts from people you talk to maybe once a year, it seems bowl season has taken on a completely different tone. Everywhere you look this bowl season, people are fighting.
We can't dance without a fight, can't practice without a fight and now it seems we can't even get massages in Las Vegas without getting into a fight.
A spat of pushing and shoving broke out between the Boise State and Utah football teams during Sunday’s MAACO Bowl Las Vegas welcome reception — the first of several events involving both teams.
“Some pushing and shoving, some dishes broken,” said Mark Wallington, the media director for the MAACO Bowl.
Utah moved to a lower level of the Hard Rock Café after the incident.
The incident started outside the massage room, where the bowl had provided professional massages for the players, toward the end of the reception.
Seriously, people, where is the love?
Dances and massages are supposed to be fun and relaxing events, not a reason to push and shove. Save the hatred and the violence for where it belongs: on the football field. Besides, if anybody should be angry and wanting to start a fight this bowl season, it should be the fans who had to sit through the first three games of the season on Saturday.
Who does a blogger have to punch to get a compelling game around here?