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P-F19: No Regrets! (Week 15 NCAA Bonus)

What did you regret with the passing of the regular season? I’m here to care for you as we move on to the after-season, and I will provide you comfort for each of your regrets.

Huntwick Hosers (KW): “I regret that I picked so poorly.” But hopefully your picks were as rich in spirits as mine were.

The Texans don’t need a GM (CK): “I regret believing the Horns’ hype. Again.”
Accidentchild (MN): “I regret picking Texas too much.” – Texas covered against Oklahoma, and every real fan knows covering against your rival is all that matters.

Cornholio's Bunghole (BO): “Duh... I regret that I didn't win one week!!”
Cockypantherfan (SZ): “I regret not winning.” – Some will tell you that winning isn’t everything. A millennial may tell you that we are all winners. It means most to me that you wanted to win.

17 National Championships (CG)” “No regrets bro!!!” – Yeah!
I Look Good On Top (BF): “No regrets....ever.” – YEAH!
Commodore Nation (KH): “No regerts!” – YYE oohh, oh no.

Lost Cause (JH): “I regret my mustache from 25 years ago.” – Literally no one except you regrets that mustache.

Beelzebubbles (CC): “I regret that I went out of town to NFL games and missed my picks.” – If only there was a way to submit your picks from a high tech wireless pocket machine.

A Northmen (ANo): “I regret that I didn't pick more correct answers!” – I know.
Gigem! (AP): “I wish I would have picked better against the spread.” – I KNOW!
SoonerTheBetter (BL): “I regret not paying for a service.” – No, don’t do that. Do you people do that?

Shake and Baker (JN): “I regret listening to Lee Corso for pick advice.” – I know you are probably looking to me for some great advice here, but this is really on you. Side note, are we sure that Corso isn’t some sort of Weekend At Bernie’s situation at this point?

Big Papa (AM): “I regret not betting enough.” – Bet big to win big -- is a can’t lose strategy.

Bevo XV (DW): “I regret More Cowbell.” – Never enough cowbell

BlitzKrieg (RK): “I regret not going opposite picks.” – Protip from someone that has been there: Thinking about opposite picks is the gateway drug to a life of regrets. The hardest thing in life is making consistently very good or consistently very bad choices. Both of these types of people are special. The opposite of mediocre is still mediocre though.

Gary 'wii mis yu' Francis (RH): “I regret that I didn't get my Week 11 picks in.” – Like they always say, you will always regret the picks you do not make.

Too much pressure to come up with a name quickly (KS): “I was hoping to not pick a game incorrectly all season.” – Is perfect really quantifiable? Nobody really knows.

Dirt Burglars (DT): “I regret that I can't get back the 10 min that I spent answering all of these bonus questions.” – I regret that I didn’t specify that negative points were possible for this bonus.

Left Hand Scissors (GN): “I regret not having more open-ended bonus questions.” – And the many tens of minutes spent organizing the answers.

Swampdogs (DR): “I regret that teams still punt on fourth down instead of going for it every time.” – #neverpunt


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