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Broken Plays the Halloween edition

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween

Broken plays are a collection of stories and links I wanted to write about it but could not find the time to do so.

Check out what the guys over at the 3rd Saturday in Blogtober are doing on All Hallow’s Eve SEC Style.

Scot Pollard posing with a fan showing off his Boston Celtic championship ring. God knows what would have the Celtics done if it wasn’t for the three whole minutes that Pollard played in the series against the Lakers. He reminds me of a balding Latino version of Morrissey.

Speaking of the Celtics, apparently ESPN doesn’t like Bill Walker. Here is a screen grab of Bill Walker’s profile page on ESPN’s site. Unfortunately for them it has that comment about him being a dick under local news in bold letters for all to see. It’s since been corrected.

Mike Hartline is a little upset about being benched as the starting QB for Kentucky.

“I’m disappointed. It stinks …You don’t ever expect to win the starting job and then lose it because the guys around you aren’t performing the way they should … The worst part about it, to me, is there was nothing that I could have done to get better on the practice field to change that decision. We’re not productive at other places. We’ve got to do something.”

College athletes need to learn two words: no comment. How hard is that? It’s not like they’re going to get fined for not talking to the media.

Let’s all take a moment to admire Colt McCoy’s girlfriend. She is the one on the left.

John Daly gets picked up at Hooters around 2:17 AM…gee I wonder why. Long John is straight thuggin’ with the popped collar orange jump suit. Then again he looks the same as he does when he steps up to the 1st Tee.

Here is yet another hilarious video Texas A&M video via the Aggie Report.

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