San Diego State (8-4) vs. Navy (9-3), 5p.
Yet another bowl game of unranked teams hits the table tonight in San Diego. The San Diego State Aztecs should be the home team, except for the fact that the Midshipmen also have a San Diego home that is the largest base on the west coast. So everybody's a winner, right? (Except for the two television viewers, that is. Am I going to be influenced by the razor-edge (51.8%) margin of victory that Accuscore gives SDSU? I think I'll be playing CoD:MW2 instead.)
As it turns out, the Aztecs have a much longer history with Poinsettias:
In Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs, the plant is called Cuitlaxochitl (from cuitlatl=residue, and xochitl=flower) meaning "flower that grows in residues or soil." The Aztecs used the plant to produce red dye and as an antipyretic medication.