The following is a partial transcript of the January 4, 2009 episode of the BC Sports Treehouse Fort, which recapped the year in sports for 2008.
Charlie Doherty's "What Were They Thinking" Award For The Year
Suss and Tuffy's Year In Review
Tuffy: In January, LSU beat Ohio State to become the first two-time BCS National Champion. Ohio State celebrated their umpteenth second-place finish in the Bowl Championship Series by getting their own NBC series last summer: "The Biggest Loser".
Suss: In February, the New York Giants shocked the 18-0 New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. The replays showed the entire Patriots playbook exposed in a security glitch when playing a recording of the Tom Petty halftime show backwards.
Tuffy: In March, Brett Favre retired. On the third trade attempt, He rose again as a Jet. Then Natalie Wood cradled him in her arms as he threw his last interception.
Suss: In April, Mario Chalmers became a Kansas basketball legend when his 3-point shot against Memphis in the NCAA men's basketball championship not only tied the game at the end of regulation, but also eliminated the Detroit Tigers from playoff contention.