Well, to be honest, I’m not sure what day you’ll read this article. As I once-more write from the comfort of the skies, this chapter of the season is closing—finally, BKT–CIN is headed for the exits. It’s been a kind format to many, some’s least favorite in awhile, and rates in between for scores more.
Let alone what day you’ll read this, I’m not even sure what day it is at this point—or what day I ought to consider it. I do know, though, that we have a pretty solid week of content lined up: I’m going to start off with a look at Sydney and evaluate the impacts on our preparations for Collinsville, Xander has a look at a pair of concepts he’s been testing, Brit a peek at a few more, and Travis’ll finish out the week.
Right now, those are scheduled such that I’ll be Monday, and the rest will fall a day each afterwards, but I know that my first task as soon as this is written is to look at Xander/Brit—it’s possible we’ll push ahead so that you have more time with the information before Collinsville. As always, the Twitter is a great way to keep yourself apprised of the latest.
With that housekeeping and the mystery of the International Date Line & my current position aside, let’s grab a look back at the weekend in Sydney.
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