Game of the Week

Presented by
Bayer

VS



W-L-T STK L3 L10
1-1-0 W1 1-1-0 1-1-0
Gameday Matchup
W-L-T STK L3 L10
0-0-0 N0 0-0-0 0-0-0


Preview

Moonshiners:
“The North Carolina Moonshiners is the delegation's left-leaning team and Blue Mold is the delegation's right-leaning team. If you're wondering what Blue Mold is, it's literally a blue fungus that was responsible for wiping out much of North Carolina's economy during the mid-20th century. It started spreading throughout the state's tobacco fields in the 1930s and by the late 1970s blue mold had spread so much across the state that it had cost farmers over $252 million in lost market value.  Not sure why a team would call themselves that, but, I suppose, much like the state's gerrymandering that has allowed so many conservatives to come to DC, blue mold has hindered North Carolinian's prosperity.  And, for moonshine? Enjoy in moderation and no one goes blind. Plus, who doesn't love to a good James Taylor reference? Can't you just feel the moonshine...? Most important of all, this week's game will be sponsored by the North Carolina State Society, so there will be Bojangles on the field.”


Blue Mold:
“Blue Mold, the tobacco fungus, is one of the major factors of North Carolina’s 20th century transition from an agricultural economy to the robust and prosperous service sector we enjoy today. SOME of us prefer reading books to drinking moonshine, seems to have really helped us out in winning electoral majorities. Likewise, our softball squad is a point of historical significance, brandishing an assortment of tee-ball all-stars and two kids who rode the bench on their high school team. Nearly 80% of us can throw a softball and 110% of us can smell Bojangles from three miles away (1 person can smell it from 6).  Needless to say, this game is the intersection of Tobacco and Moonshine, a clash of vices fit for the North Carolina crown. Hopefully our left-leaning opponents won’t have gametime problems with the same over-indulgent tendencies that plague their policy preferences.   
Look forward to it.”