Rock Chalk Perspective

Last night’s KU game didn’t go quite as I might have hoped, but it was a wonderful evening nonetheless.

Heather and I had some friends over to watch the game with us and even though KU ended up losing (partly because they forgot to show up for a good part of the game and partly because MU really played well) we had a wonderful time.

We laughed with friends, watched dogs chase kids, watched kids chase dogs, shared stories of our Thanksgiving celebrations, and enjoyed each others’ company.

KU had a phenomenal regular season and ended up 11-1 with their only loss coming to the team that could very well make a run for the national championship. Heather and I have a great network of friends that make life a lot of fun. All in all I’d say life is pretty good as a Jayhawk in Big Ten Country.

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  1. Kevin

    Jeff – sorry things didn’t go your way the other night. I was dissappointed that KU didn’t win, but I was more dissappointed for you as I know how much this great season meant to you. The ‘Hawks seemed very tight for the majority of the game, but it’s a great learning experience. I have a good feeling Mangino has something pretty special going on down there, and KU will be a force to be reckoned with for quite ahwile. I look forward to future Husker/Jayhawk breakdowns!

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