04 February 2008


What a game. One of the most exciting sports events I've ever seen -- right up there with, say, the sixth game of the 1975 World Series. Or Super Bowl 3, [excuse me! III]the one Joe Namath accurately guaranteed in defiance of the odds.

Or Han Solo's ride through an asteroid field, saying "Never tell me the odds."

Wow. The Giants, who started the regular season badly, who only got in to the playoffs as a wild card, won -- defeating the til-then-unbeaten New England Patriots.

It gives me hope that the fluke statistical correlation I discussed yesterday could hold for another year.

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