I apologize. I thought I had mentioned before that I was considering stepping back from the site. Here's the deal.
1) My workload at my day job, which is not this site, has increased exponentially. Granted in football season the updates come once a week, maybe twice, but I like to have the info on site as soon as it gets released. Don't always have the ability to do so. I get cranky about that, and sometimes you guys do to. That I can understand. Its why you've also seen less weekly blog articles.
2) I'm enjoying it less and less. Probably watched less CFB this year than any other year. Realignment and other legal crap has kinda sucked the enjoyment right out of it. I'm not naive to the fact that college athletics has become a business, but at least it didn't feel as blatant as it was this past year. That doesn't include some of the seedy stuff that has been off-field related.
3) Never been about money either. Hosting is cheap.
4) The site over the past couple years has been more about me staying current in my profession (computer programming). I know, if you look at the site, you might not think that. Extremely plain. My plan was a rewrite of the site for the 2012 football season to take advantage of new skills learned (MVC, google it, its not a college sports conference). I'm not sure of my direction on it or if I want to spend the time, or if I can even keep the site in roughly the same format.
5) I do enjoy conversing with just about everyone, but I get the feeling that I'm "on demand" with some items. I realize that sounds extremely whiny. This past year, I've done site updates from Siesta Key (early season CFB selections) and Las Vegas (week 2 of CFB) while on vacation. Via a smartphone and SQL updates to the database. It was not fun.
The domain name will be paid for on 1/1 for the entire year of 2012. MBK season goes on as planned. This batteries should recharge. But that's where my head is at. Sorry for the alarm.