In response to a very boring year and Northwestern being relevant for the Rose Bowl, Big Ten Football has announced a name change for their Leaders and Legends Divisions: the Lousy and Lackluster Divisions.
"This really is for the fans of the other Big Ten teams who have been wrongfully abused by Penn State for the past 13 years," said Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman. "Fans of craphouse football programs like Indiana can now go back and essentially wipe out a bad memory by watching these games."
A Midwestern high school senior quarterback whose only Big Ten scholarship offer came from Indiana recently chose enlisting in the Army and fighting in Afghanistan over joining the Hoosiers.
The recent craze running through the state of Indiana is a hip-hop video production titled “This is Indiana,” an attempt to energize the Hoosiers fan base in the wake of a quarter-century span of futility in what is considered to be the heartland of basketball. For many fans of the cream and crimson, the video did just that.
It’s a seasonal tradition for millions of disloyal Indiana residents: The changing of the college sports seasons from football to basketball. Each November, after yet another disappointing Notre Dame football season, mindless Hoosiers begin their perennial migration of fandom to focus upon Indiana University’s basketball team.
Congratulations to the Indiana Hoosiers for their apparent NCAA championship victory over the down-and-out Fighting Illini at Assembly Hall last night.