Cual es la significa, jotos?
Shelly Duvall's body measurements?
A logic game where the next number is either 70 or 80? (Think about it)
The respective percentage likelihoods that you can take her home after 1) one drink 2) two drinks 3) seven drinks?
According to TexasSports.com it represents threshold wins for a college program in football, basketball, and baseball, respectively, a rare milestone of program achievement that we've managed eight of the last nine years. Only one other school in the NCAA has achieved this feat more than once. That's Florida. And they did it twice.
FOOTBALL - MEN'S BASKETBALL - BASEBALL RECORDS IN THE LAST NINE YEARS
Men's Basketball: 24-10
Baseball: 41-8 (through games of May 9)
Men's Basketball: 23-12
Men's Basketball: 31-7
Men's Basketball: 25-10
Men's Basketball: 30-7
Men's Basketball: 20-11
Men's Basketball: 25-8
Men's Basketball: 26-7
Men's Basketball: 22-12
Except this...there are only two major college sports: football and basketball.
Baseball is certainly a major sport in the popular imagination, but that's pro baseball.
Before you sputter a retort and I have to bludgeon you with television ratings, profit, the idea of a world outside of Texas, ESPN coverage, the paucity of college baseball media attention, and common sense, I hear you. Throwing in baseball isn't exactly equestrian or women's archery, but let's not be parochial about this. We like baseball. It's a part of our culture. There is no more pleasant way to spend a late spring day. But it's not a major sport for half of the country. It's a sport of the South and West - very roughly analogous to college hockey. I have two words: partial scholarships.
My mini-crusade of contrarian hair-splitting now over, it is pretty cool to be good at the stuff we give two craps about. The last decade has been as rewarding as any in Longhorn sports history, hasn't it?