You’re 20 years old. You’ve got a passable fake ID. You’ve been saving up for a couple months, picking up shifts here and there at your part-time job. The arrangements are set and your liver has been girded. The minute class lets out on Friday, the responsible sector of your brain shuts down and you meet up with friends and hit the road for whatever overcrowded, insane destination you’ve chosen. Spring Break will last forever, and you don’t care what comes after.
Now you’re in the real world. The biggest advantage of Spring Break is that you don’t have to worry about school zones on your morning commute for one blissful week. Happy beige office Tuesday. Lots going on in the collegiate sport universe at the moment to temporarily distract us.
Both bouncyfoul squads are going dancing:
- If you didn’t hear enough about it during the Manziel era, the WBB team is gonna just go ahead and play Drake this week.
- Not to be outdone, the men will face down the most ancient rival of Texas A&M sports, Providence.
- Aggie Baseball pummeled some Dirtbags this past weekend. Get your full recap here.
- Even swimming and diving had excellent seasons as well. The men and women both. (Thank you for the tip-off, reader.)
BUT WHAT ABOUT FOOTBALL, DOCTOR? Well, senior cornerback Nick Harvey is transferring. He’s going to pursue a master’s degree somewhere else, and will use his final year of eligibility there.
(This is where we forego the great lamenting, wailing, and gnashing of teeth, wondering why the head coach is allowing his program to disintegrate before his very eyes, and realize that these football players are also college kids who are making decisions that will affect the rest of their lives.) Best of luck to Nick!
What was your favorite Spring Break destination as a college student?
This poll is closed
BEACH: sunburned and drinking on the sand
SKIING: sunburned and drinking on the snow
LAKE: sunburned and drinking on a boat
OTHER: there are no wrong taeks here