Not sure what that means for the Baba O'Reilly intro, but surely the Munson intro remains.
Also - did you know the cheerleaders and a bunch of other folks associated with the team are going to Munson's house for dinner Friday night? I can't decide who's luckier, him or the cheerleaders.
In other Bulldog news, John Isner, who led the men's tennis team to a National Title earlier this year, is set to play Roger Federer in the U.S. Open this weekend.
Now Federer faces a much taller task: His third-round opponent is John Isner, the 6-foot-9 American who only a few months ago was playing college tennis for Georgia. With fans barking for their favorite Bulldog, Isner followed up his first-round upset of No. 26 Jarkko Nieminen by beating Rik de Voest of South Africa 6-3, 6-3, 7-6 (4).
Federer said he's only seen Isner play a few games and called him a "new kid on the block."
During an on-court interview, Isner was asked to look ahead to the matchup with Federer.
"Is he good?" Isner asked with a knowing laugh.
"I'm going to believe," Isner said later. "I'm not saying I'm going to win, but I'm going to believe. That's what I have to do."
I saw Isner play this year. He smoked the second best college player in the country, and I mean it wasn't even close.
Looks like the 3rd round is Saturday and Sunday. Not sure when Isner's match will be.