When an event as momentous as a liveblog of a liveblog of the first three Coach episodes comes along, it needs to be properly liveblogged. This is that proper liveblogging.
11:35 a.m. I procrastinate doing reading for one of my classes by going to Deadspin, to see if I can maybe make a funny comment for the first time in [insert long period of time here]. There are no new posts, so I head over to Sidespin.
11:36 a.m.Sidespin delivers, with a liveblog of the Coach liveblog. I decide to liveblog the liveblog, after I finish my reading.
11:45 a.m. Reading finished, I return to the liveblog of the liveblog, with the intent to liveblog. Confession: I have seen one episode of Coach in my life, where some moose-like player loses a playbook (in a bar?), gets chewed out, and then helps his coach (presumably the titular Coach) develop a new playbook in time for the Big Game, which they win. This viewing happened at least 15 years ago so, if I were you, I wouldn't put too much stock in this recap, as you were probably going to do.
11:47 a.m.Drinking while studying, Mangini? Depends on the subject, I suppose, but probably not a good idea, unless you're using beer to wash down Adderall.
11:51 a.m. I didn't find Sean's original liveblog through his tweet, but through opening up Deadspin.com when I sat down at my computer on Wednesday morning. To each his own, I suppose.
11:52 a.m. Reading Mangini's 0109 liveblog entry, I don't know who any of these names or people are, especially "Iowa City."
11:52 a.m. While attempting to switch back to the tab with Mangini's liveblog entry, I accidentally close the tab. This is an unmitigated disaster.
11:53 a.m. I manage to open a new tab and navigate back to Mangini's liveblog of the liveblog. Crisis averted, for now.
11:54 a.m. Kant? Criminal punishment? Are you studying philosophy or law, Mangini? This story doesn't add up. I can't believe the mainstream media hasn't pressed a little harder on this inconsistency, in the wake of the Te'o incident.
11:56 a.m. This liveblog of the liveblog of the liveblog must come to an end, despite the rich material left to unpack in the ending of the liveblog of the liveblog, due to my own class starting. I hope this liveblog of the liveblog of the liveblog has helped people. A special thank you in advance to Nick Denton for contributing to my 401k.