Those who know me, even tangentially, quickly figure out that planning things isn't my strong suit.
In fact, it's probably the character flaw that drives the more Type-A people in my family the most nuts.
So with a long day at my other job planned for Sunday, believe it or not, I had a plan for this column: Write about a national television audience getting a chance to see Bloomsburg University on Thursday night as the Huskies go for a measure of revenge against a Shippensburg team that beat them twice last season.
However, those plans started falling apart when I got settled in the press box at Redman Stadium and started checking scores just after 2 p.m.
Is that right?
Bucknell leads No. 15 Lehigh, 27-0?
Playing one of the favorites in the Patriot League, a team they hadn't beaten since 1998, that score had to be a misprint. It wasn't.
The Bison rolled the Mountain Hawks, 48-10, and made a huge statement in Patriot League.
Some of the streaks Bucknell broke Saturday besides a 15-year losing streak to Lehigh: It was Bucknell's first win homecoming since 2005; it was the first Bison win over a ranked opponent since a win over No. 13 Holy Cross in the 2009 season finale; and it was Bucknell's first Patriot League win since 2011.
Bison coach Joe Susan was quite adamant that his team hadn't checked out for the season when they were 1-4 and had turned the ball over 15 times in that period.
The fourth-year coach also knew injuries had decimated his offense and the Bison lacked a big-play threat outside.
With quarterback Brandon Wesley, running backs C.J Williams and Matt DelMauro, along with defensive end Sean Sellers, returning for last week's win over Dartmouth, the Bison's depth issues have been solved as have the turnover issues with just one the past two games.