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What: EDSBS Live! online radio, presenting the earthquake edition. Screw you, uncertainty. We're pegging the improbable in this edition, predicting college football's earthquakes months ahead of time.
When: 7:30 Eastern, 4:30 Earthquake Standard Time.
Where: At NowLive, where you can chat with each other and the show hosts throughout the broadcast in the online forum. Or just call (310) 984-7600. We'd love to talk to you, but remember to brace yourself under the nearest doorjamb before doing so.
Who: Hopefully, technology holding, we'll talk to you and listener Kleph, who was in Peru for the 7.7 earthquake this week.
How excited are we? Star Blazers excited, motherfuckers. We're leaving Mother Earth to save the human race.
1. Pick this year's earthquake in your neck of the woods. For us possum-eatin' folks in the SEC, it'll be Vanderbilt beating Tennessee, Florida, or Georgia. We're busy praying to gods we don't even believe in that it's not Florida.
2. Pick the national earthquake. Whenever USC loses their first game.
3. Name the player out of nowhere who you'd like to see ascend from relative obscurity to greatness in a single stroke of genius. Jehuu Caulcrick, Michigan State running back who survived the war in Liberia and is now a running back for the Spartans. Anyone who survived Liberia and escaped a decent, sane person gets our vote.
4. What's the most unpredictable thing that ever happened to you? Besides a 6.2 earthquake hitting while we were in a crowded Asian city? Someone dropped a cinderblock on our car from an overpass in Tampa at two in the morning, missing the windshield by two inches or so. If we hadn't been speeding, we'd have met the cinderblock traveling at eighty miles an hour teeth-first. Viva Tampa!