August 30, 2008
I’m visiting my parent’s this holiday weekend and am watching the football games. I have to say that I was pretty disappointed with Oregon State’s performance on Thursday against Stanford. They lost because of stupid mistakes, but they normally start off pretty slow so hopefully next week they can work on limiting their turnovers.
Chad Johnson has changed his legal name so he is now Chad Javon Ocho Cinco. While I can see how his actions may be distracting it does not seem like he ever does anything to harm anybody. He just seems to be enjoying life as much as possible. Good luck Chad Ocho Cinco.
Chad Ocho Cinco
The Golden State Warriors are investigating Monta Ellis’ injury. With how much money has been guaranteed for him they should follow up on everything. They’ve set him up to be the face of the franchise (I love Stephen Jackson but have you seen his face?), so the Warriors must do everything in their power to keep him healthy. I guess more on this to come. Read the rest of this entry »
August 26, 2008
YEP, we’re back. Not since the 3rd of June have we actually posted a podcast and you know what, it feels good to be back. So we kicked off the dust and got back to it. We talked about the Olympics closing up and Team USA basketball. We only just touched on football, but I can promise, this will be a fun football season. Well, thanks for tuning back in, and we’ll get back to a regular schedule at some point.
August 21, 2008
- Human Blur
This guy is just amazing. Congratulations to Usain Bolt who is rumored to have cracked 33 mph while running. That’s right, he can outrun your moped. He does things that only The Flash should be able to do. He’s an amazing story from an amazing Olympics. Just think in four years when he looks like he’s actually trying he’ll be able to outrun you’re car. And Cheetahs will no longer be the fastest land animal, humans will have surpassed them.
June 8, 2008
We’re going to try something new today. Me and my buddies are going to take turns writing throughout the game and see what happens. There’ll be commentary as well as links to random sites and probably some videos.
Kellan – Alright, I’m excited to see how this game goes. I think Kobe will take better shots this game. If he does I’m pretty sure the other Lakers will do better as well. Boston needs to make sure that the Lakers score less than 100. And Paul Pierce is going to need to play well. Hopefully he doesn’t hurt himself in the process. But as I said in a previous post, go Lakers.
Jeff – Ok, first of all, I would like to point out that Kellan did bet me that Pierce would out score Kobe in at least one game this series. I realize that bet may have been bad, but I’m glad Kellan’s on my side. And I also want to give a quick little nod…
That’s right, the winner of the 140th Belmont Stakes! Lets hear it for Da’ Tara!
Will – And now a word from our sponsor…
And we’re back.
Jeff – By the way the games is on now and we’re looking at 15-12 Lakers. I would like to point out that Nick is the only one cheering for Boston.
Kellan – Games all tied up. Paul Pierce is playing well, but his movement does seem limited. I was quite impressed with the dunk that Pau Gasol threw down mid-way through the first. Just a nice move. Garnett is just an excellent player. He drove in and threw in a lay-up with three guys in the way. This is turning into a pretty good game.
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January 26, 2008
I was surprised to find the inspiration for “Hey there Delilah” was a runner. Despite the perspective of that article I still like the song. Plus I get to see just what that guy was talking about.
A fictional conversation between the Mannings. This is for you Jeff.
I just checked the games for the evening and realized that the only game I cared about was the San Antonio-New Orleans game. One in four on a Saturday night is not good. Especially on the NFL Superbowl Week break. C’mon NBA. We deserve better. Read the rest of this entry »