26 March 2009

Throw Up Your Ws!

Merriam-Webster defines the word elite as follows:
Function: noun
Etymology: French élite, from Old French eslite, from feminine of eslit, past participle of eslire to choose, from Latin eligere
Date: 1823

a: the choice part, cream
b: the best of a class
c: the socially superior part of society
d: a group of persons who by virtue of position or education exercise much power or influence
e: a member of such an elite — usually used in plural
Actually, add one more:
f: the Missouri Tigers.

Aw hell yeah!!

There were some tense moments in the second half of the game, but that just made it that much more exciting (and often frustrating). A couple of times I thought we were just going to give it away, but I'm just ecstatic and relieved that we walked away jubilant with a W and a berth in the Elite 8! Bring on Connecticut this Saturday!

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