Look, I'm sorry, OK. I'm really, really, really, sorry, God.
See, I have a bad feeling that this whole Rose Bowl drought thing is my fault. I'm trying my hardest to apologize to You and get us back on track, but I just don't know. I think You're still mad that my people killed Your Son. And then ran over Your Dog. And then poorly Mowed Your Lawn.
And the worst part is, I'd do it all over again given the chance! It's not even about Barabbas going free. I would literally physically assault Jesus if He returned. I'm sorry, but it's just what we do. We wouldn't be who we are if we didn't try to kill your Son. Or so we've heard for the last several thousand years...........
Let me tell you, if the difference between Cal going to the Rose Bowl and sitting pretty in the Emerald Bowl for the next 51 years is my repeated attempts to murder Your Son, well, then I'm sorry Bears fans. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to God, I'm sorry to you.
I just feel bad if the entire fanbase is screwed just because of one guy, just because of me. I don't want it this way, I never have! I feel so guilty as is. A lot of Jewish guilt in my life. I know a lot of my friends' parents use Jewish guilt as a parenting trick with them (take notes carp, Ragnarok, and zoonews). As a way to control their kids. "Oh, you want such that you go to a bad college 13 years from now? Why would you do that to me?"
But with my parents I dont think they ever used guilt as a parenting trick. I think they felt genuine guilt for having brought me into this world. They could see what I was doing not only to the NHook name, but the entire Cal fanbase.
So, I'm sorry god. I'm sorry. Please don't take out all your anger on the Cal team, too. Limit it solely to me.
BERKELEY - Senior guard Patrick Christopher has been named the Pac-10 Player of the Week for Dec. 7-13, as announced today by the Pacific-10 Conference.
A native of Compton, Calif., Christopher led the Golden Bears to a 79-54 victory over Pacific on Dec. 9 after scoring 22 points and pulling down 10 rebounds, notching his second-straight double-double. Against the Tigers, he opened the contest going 5-for-5 from the field, en route to 8-for-12 (.667) for the game. His 20-point outing was his third this season and the 23rd of his career.
In addition, Christopher climbed the Cal history charts, moving past David Butler for 15th on the all-time scoring list with 1,294 points and cracked the top 10 for career three-pointers made with 123.
For the season, Christopher ranks seventh in the conference in scoring (15.6 points per game) and ninth in three-pointers made with 17 (1.89 per contest). He ranks third on the team in rebounding, hauling down 5.6 boards per outing.