In case you haven’t heard, San Diego State has a rather large foot-ball game on Saturday against an opponent from a Power Five conference. Even worse, this opponent is also representing the flagship school of the University of California system. As such our State School “DO YOU THINK YOU’RE BETTER THAN ME???” rabbit ears are at full attention this week.
Let us now scour the internets for something to get mad about, shall we?
First of all, this is an excellent find by friend of the blog @lawstbrewer. As a hackneyed blogger starving for mid-week content, I admire your rabble-rousing abilities.
The question, then, is this: How mad are we really at Lemony Snicket character and cocksure Cal puntsman Dylan Klumpf? Let’s unpack his statement as best we can:
Time to go 2-0 and end this so called win streak.
-Typical UC prick
Leaving alone the fact that Dylan left out a critical hyphen, thus offending me as a copy editor, everything here hinges on the meaning of “so called.” I guess there are a couple of ways to take this:
- Dylan Klumpf literally does not believe San Diego State has won 11-straight games. This would indicate Dylan is an infowars-style conspiracy theorist. A winning streak truther, if you will. “Oh sure, the MSM SAYS the Aztecs beat Utah State last season, but did anyone actually see it? SHOW US THE LONGFORM BOXSCORE! WAKE UP SHEEPLE!”
- Dylan Klumpf believes San Diego State has won 11-straight games against inferior Mountain West competition, thus the streak is not a thing worth respecting. What a crock of shit! The Aztecs destroyed Cincinatti, beat a good Air Force team in the conference championship game and … uh … well. OK, this one kind of tracks. Those weren’t top opponents. But we won by a lot, Dylan!
- Dylan Klumpf is a typical college dude who types shit into his phone and onto social media without really thinking about the meaning, and we should honestly just be impressed he didn’t just post a picture of his genitals.
I’m going with the latter. This all seems pretty harmless and I’m having a hard time seeing how any SDSU players – current or former – can see this as bulletin board materi …
WELP. What say you, Aztec faithful?