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Karma is a bitch for Stephen Garcia

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 13, 2008

Stephen Garcia you were reinstated two weeks early & for what? To sit on your ass? Sure you look better since you’ve gotten a haircut unfortunately you’re also sitting and not practicing.

Garcia is injured after spraining his right ankle “sometime Saturday,” as Steve God Spurrier put it.

“I may let him tell you. I don’t know. He said he did it in the scrimmage (Saturday). But he was OK ‘til he woke up Sunday morning,” USC coach Steve Spurrier said. “He thought he got hurt in the scrimmage somewhere. But anyway, he’s limping around.”

“He said he twisted it Saturday,” Spurrier added. “That’s his story and he’s sticking to it.”

That sounds like an implication meaning that Garcia injured the ankle doing something other than playing football.

Maybe he slipped and fell while out drinking in Five Points.

Garcia, who is said to be on third different zero-tolerance policy, better known as Zero Tolerance 3.0 the Garcia Edition, after following three arrests and at least one other university wrist-slap disciplinary incident will not be able to tell reporters what happened, because he returned to the team Aug. 1 after a four-month suspension, he released a statement saying he would not talk to the media until he played in a real game.

Spending a week or more sitting on his ass while on the sidelines is not the best course of action for someone who’s missed all but a couple of practices each of the past two springs.

Posted in Crime & Punishment, Discipline, Douche Bag, Gamecocks, SEC Football, South Carolina Gamecocks, Stephen Garcia, Steve Spurrier, USC, drunk | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

South Carolina Trustee says Garcia was targeted by USC campus police. Well I know something about that. =)

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 7, 2008

Garica getting ready to be strip searched. Don't ask what he's about to do with the mic.

Eddie Floyd, a surgeon from Florence is one of the longest-serving and most influential members of USC’s board of trustees believes Gamecocks athletes have been targeted by the university’s police force.

“I feel they have overstepped in some areas,” Floyd said Wednesday from his home in Florence. “After talking to some of the people, this is how I feel. And I always say what I feel, good or bad.”

“My feeling is that (targeting athletes) has happened. I’m sure the administration may have a different opinion,” Floyd said. “But certainly that’s what I think.”

Of course Dr. Floyd has no thing such as evidence to back this up but hey he claims he is going on his “gut feelings.”

Since I virtually write about every Gamecock arrest I’ve have only found 2 football players arrested by campus police. One was Garcia & the other was Emanuel Cook. Both admitted they were guilty of the crimes they committed but hey Dr. Floyd believes they are caught in an elaborate trap by the campus police.

Floyd, whose contributions helped pay for the USC football office that bears his name, ain’t snitching out who his sources are but said they were not from the Gamecocks athletics department.

Another longtime trustee disputes Floyd’s claims and thinks the guy is off his rocker.

“I don’t think anyone has targeted (athletes) whatsoever,” said Mike Mungo, the longest-serving trustee in USC history with 36 years on the board. “I think the allegations are totally baseless, and I think I’m as well-informed as anyone at the university.”

Mungo said university officials investigated the claims and found no evidence of a police conspiracy against athletes. Gee imagine that.

“Eddie can say what he want wants to say, but I don’t believe that it’s a fact,” Mungo said.

Floyd first voiced his allegations to GamecockCentral.com, some lame-ass fan site. (I think all sites like this are lame)

Floyd told the site he believes Gamecocks quarterback Stephen Garcia was being watched by campus police in March when he and two teammates were cited for underage drinking outside the East Quad dormitory that houses many USC athletes.

Of course he fails to mention that all parties pleaded guilty.

This is where it gets good.

He also said he knew of an investigator with USC’s police force whose office was decorated with Clemson’s signature Tiger paws.

But Floyd pulled what is known as a “half-Saban” Wednesday, and admitted he knew little about the investigator whom he implied had a pro-Clemson bias. Basically he’s an asshole.

“One of the investigators that had a tiger paw in his office, my understanding is he said it was a joke. I don’t know,” Floyd said. “I haven’t looked at it. I haven’t seen it. But that’s what I heard.”

Funny how bravely he can make those statements to a major (although lame-ass) Gamecock site and yet he has never seen it with his own eyes.

The shocking thing about all of this is he’s right…sorta.

Enter operation:

Let’s nail that hippie freak Garcia!Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Emanuel Cook, Po Po, Police, SEC Football, South Carolina Gamecocks, Stephen Garcia, Steve Spurrier, USC, alcoholics | Tagged: , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

Hey Ohio State Fans…some Quarterback Named Carson Palmer can’t stand you

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on July 21, 2008

Carson Palmer, the former Heisman winning QB for SoCal and current Cincinnati Bengals QB, has a clear message for Ohio State fans. He can’t stand them at least that’s what he said Los Angeles radio show.

“I cannot stand the Buckeyes. It’s amazing to hear what those guys think about that university and what they think about that football program and Tressel and all the crap I gotta put up with being back there.

I just can’t wait for two years from now when SC comes to the ‘Shoe and hopefully we’ll have a home game that weekend and I can go up there and watch us pound on them in their own turf

I’m really getting sick of it and I just can’t wait for this game to get here so they can come out to the Coliseum and experience LA and get an old-fashioned Pac-10 butt-whoopin’ and go back to the Big Ten.”

Yes, Carson is certainly making new fans everyday. If this keeps up I’m sure the rumor mill will start turning to a certain quarterback named Brett F**re (I refuse to type his name) coming to the Bengals.

Then again I did say that tOSU fans knew they weren’t liked so maybe this isn’t a shock to them.

Posted in Carson Palmer, Cincinnati Bengals, Pac 10 football, SoCal, USC, University of Southern Cal, big ten football, ohio state buckeyes, tOSU | Tagged: , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments »

Now is the Perfect Time to Become a Walk-On at South Carolina

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 28, 2008

Ever wanted to play “big boy” football in the SEC? Ever wanted to play for Steve God Spurrier? Ever wanted to be a part of a tradition that is steeped in disappointment, failed drug tests and felony arrests? If you said yes to any of these questions then now is the time to be a walk-on Cock. (However you will wear orange…Richland County Detention orange that is)

Now is the time to embrace your future and become a walk-on player for the South Carolina football team. Why do I say that? Because the scholarship players are dropping like flies.

The latest victim is defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis.

Ellis, who was one of the stars of USC Coach Steve God Spurrier’s 2006 recruiting class, puffed when he should have passed one to many times and was booted from the team yesterday.

“Kenrick’s gone,” Spurrier said. “He’s finished.”

Ellis is yet another Gamecock player from the state of Florida to be dismissed from the team. Ellis is also another recruit that Urban Meyer wanted to be in his top one percent of one percent recruiting class. So in a way USC is just like Florida minus the fact that Florida actually wins games.

So now is the time to become a Cock for USC. (University of Smoking Cannabis) I’m sure walk-on try outs will held soon. Just bring your enthusiasm, ability and bong. Toke one for the OBSC!!!! Go Cocks!

This could be you!!!

Remember I still need “bail” money!!! Click here for details.

Posted in Old Ball Sack Coach, SEC Coaches, SEC Football, South Carolina Gamecocks, USC, drugs | Tagged: , , , , , | 2 Comments »

SoCal Prepares to Play Dumb Again

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 22, 2008

SoCal s planning to tell the NCAA it did not know of any improper activity between over hyped O.J. Mayo and an event promoter alleged to have given the basketball player $30,000 in cash and gifts. Yeah…and I’m the pope…

USC still doesn’t realize that buying Reggie Bush a house is improper. Big surprise they don’t see impropriety.

School officials said the NCAA might speak with the school this week, and USC is preparing its initial defense, including telling the NCAA that it previously had banned the promoter, Rodney Guillory, from receiving tickets to Trojans games.

“Right now, we’re just trying to weather the storm,” a USC official said

Just one slight problem with that defense, Guillory was seen often at the USC basketball offices, around the locker room, and at pickup games at the Galen Center, where Mayo played last summer.

Mayo has repeatedly denied allegations of accepting money and gifts in violation of NCAA rules.

“My family hasn’t accepted anything, so I’m just waiting for the NCAA to do what they have to do to prove that I haven’t done anything wrong,” Mayo told the Los Angeles Times last week, “… but I know for a fact that I haven’t accepted anything.”

Scene…NCAA Investigation Room…Tom Cruise starring as the NCAA, Jack Nicholsen starring as USC in the movie “A Few Good Liars”:
USC: You want answers?
NCAA: I think I’m entitled.
USC: You want answers?!
NCAA: I want the truth!
USC: You can’t handle the truth! Son, we live in a world that has money and that money needs to be accumulated by big companies that flaunt rules. Who’s gonna do it? You? You, NCAA? I have a greater responsibility than you can possibly fathom. You weep for OJ Mayo and curse the Trojans; you have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what I know: that hanging OJ Mayo out to dry and denying culpability, while tragic, probably saved millions of dollars and that my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves millions of dollars.
You don’t want the truth because deep down in places you don’t talk about at parties you want me to make you money, you need me to make you money. We use words like honor, code, loyalty. We use then as the backbone of a life trying to defend something. You use them as a punchline. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket bought by the money I provide and then questions the manner in which I provide it. I would rather you just said “thank you,” and went on your way. Otherwise, I suggest that you pick up a tin cup and beg on street corners. Either way, I don’t give a damn what you think you are entitled to.

Now my take:

This can all be circumvented if college athletes are ineligible to be drafted in ALL sports until after their junior year of eligibility. I know, I know, I know, some one will probably challenge this in Court. Heck let them. Let’s get a ruling on it. There can be an out. Don’t sign a scholarship following high school graduation to participate in inter-collegiate and go straight to the pros; that is, of course, if you are good enough. But anomalies like Moses Malone; Kobe Bryant and LaBron James are few and far between; hence, anomalies. An Another exemption is if a coach takes a scholarship away from an athlete after his/her freshman or sophomore year. Those athletes can then and only then become eligible to turn pro prior to completing their junior year of college. As for athletes that abuse the process and purposefully get kicked off teams in order to become eligible to turn pro then fine. Hey, they will fit right in with spoil bratted pros, but then again they may not get drafted because who wants, needs, or can trust such a surreptitious character on their team anyway.

Finally, this rule will curtail a lot of train wrecks from occurring. Too many young men who think they are ready for pro sports and who have had their heads filled with agent’s garbage about how good they are “right now” and how ready they are “right now” have had their dreams foiled when they find out that they aren’t ready at all and find themselves on the scrap heap of cut players.

Whatever the outcome of this will be one thing is for sure…USC isn’t doing too well with former athletes named OJ.

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Posted in NBA, NCAA Rules Violation, O.J. Mayo, Pac 10, SoCal, USC, University of Southern Cal, cheaters, scandal, southern cal | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Once a Gamecock Always a Gamecock

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 14, 2008

Yesterday was my birthday. I hate it. I rarely acknowledge it but resistance is futile, I’m getting older. I need to accept that. Like every birthday I think back to the days of my youth. Thinking of all the good times I’ve had. Even though I don’t do the types of things that I did in my youth such as sleep around, drink and stay gone for days on end, it’s tempting to try and relive those days of blissful joy.

Apparently two former Gamecocks attempted to relive their college days recently. Judging by the outcome maybe I should be thankful I’m older and wiser, then again I never sold drugs, carried weapons illegally or ride around with open bottles of vodka either.

First on the list is former USC basketball standout Carlos Powell. Powell is the Gamecocks’ sixth all-time leading scorer. He scored 1,541 career points at USC from 2001-2005 and averaged 11.7 points a game for his career. He played in 132 games, third most in school history behind former teammates Brandon Wallace and Tre’ Kelley.

The 6-foot-7 Powell led the Gamecocks in scoring three consecutive seasons, and was their leading rebounder two of those years.

Powell with current USC basketball player Sam Muldrow who is also his cousin, was stopped by the Florence Po Po because of all things, the taillights on Powells’ Chevrolet Caprice were not illuminating. Since the Gamecock football team seems to be the only male players arrested Powell must have been “training” Muldrow on what it means to be a Cock.

Since these are Gamecocks of course you already know the officer noticed a strong odor of the sweet sticky weed that only Cocks can get. Surprisingly though Powell told “the man” that someone recently had been smoking pot in the car but there was no pot in the vehicle.

What “the man” found was a half-full bottle of Grey Goose vodka and a gun under the passenger seat instead. Go Cocks!!!

Powell was arrested and jailed on gun and alcohol charges in his Florence hometown which was a new experience for him since he was so familiar with the Richland County Detention Center or as the USC players call it, the Cocky Athletic Dorms.

Oddly though cousin Muldrow wasn’t charged even though he was the one driving the car, after all Powell is rather useless but Muldrow is the future of USC, if he can stay sober and not kill anyone.

This is another black eye for the USC basketball program since Darrin Horn has taken the coaching reigns. Last week Devan Downey the only player with any talent, was arrested on charges of simple assault.

Normally I would have written a post dedicated to Downeys’ arrest but a USC Athlete getting arrested…not exactly news any more.

To make matters worse for Coach “I Was Lucky To Even Make the Sweet 16 so Toot My” Horn guard Trevor Deloach, who was redshirted this past season, is transferring.

“We expressed to Trevor that he had a scholarship at the University of South Carolina, but he felt it was in his best interests to pursue other opportunities,” Horn said in a statement.

“We wish him the best in his future endeavors.”

Apparently Deloach has some character left or he thinks Coach Horn is a prick.

Next up on the reliving the Cock youth brigade is Troy Hambrick.

Hambrick played three seasons at South Carolina. As a freshman in 1996, Hambrick relieved Duce Staley vs. Clemson long enough to rush for 135 yards and two scores in a USC victory.

He even made it to the NFL.

Hambrick’s NFL career spanned five seasons. His best year was 2003 when he rushed for 972 yards and five touchdowns for Dallas.

Now he’s enjoying the lovely Tampa area for say…five years.

Hambrick pleaded guilty to one count of distributing 50 grams or more of crack cocaine.

Hambrick sold the drugs in 2007 to a confidential informant near his home in Lacoochee, which about 40 miles north of Tampa.

As much experience he has leaning about doing, stashing & selling drugs he obtained at USC, one would think he would know what a sting is…then again once a Cock always a Cock.

Posted in Cocks, Crime & Punishment, DUI, Darrin Horn, Gamecocks, SEC, SEC Basketball, SEC Football, South Carolina Gamecocks, USC | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments »

Former BFF of O.J. Simpson Tells What 99.9% of the US Population Already Knew

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 12, 2008

In keeping with a SoCal theme a former BFF of O.J. states in an upcoming book that the Slasher Juice was high on sweet stinky weed when he confessed to killing his ex-wife after he was acquitted.

OH MY GOSH!!!! OJ Simpson is guilty. Oh wow. Gosh golly goo! No!!! It can’t be possible. I’m shocked. I’m Outraged!!!! Oh my. OH MY!!! I don’t know what to do with my life now. I was so sure that he didn’t do it, I have to change my whole life’s direction. Oh my goodness, what am I gonna do now?

Mike Gilbert also claims he helped his former BFF wiggle out of the murder charges by suggesting how to bloat his hands so the gloves wouldn’t fit and they had to acquit.

Gilbert’s book, “How I Helped O.J. Get Away With Murder: The Shocking Inside Story of Violence, Loyalty, Regret and Remorse” is due in stores today.

He said Simpson had smoked pot, took a sleeping pill and was drinking beer when he confided at his Brentwood home weeks after his trial what happened the night of June 12, 1994. Simpson said he went to his ex-wife’s condominium, but did not bring a knife with him. Simpson told him Nicole Brown Simpson had one in her hand when she opened the door.

In a soft mumble, Simpson told him:

“If she hadn’t opened that door with a knife in her hand … she’d still be alive.”

“Nothing more needed to be said,” Gilbert writes. “O.J. had confessed to me. There’s no doubt in my mind.”

Simpson’s current lawyer Yale Galanter said none of Gilbert’s claims are true and that Gilbert is “a delusional drug addict who needs money. He’s fallen on very hard times. He is in trouble with the IRS.”

“I’ve talked to O.J. about it,” said Galanter, who refused to allow Simpson to comment directly because of his upcoming robbery trial in Las Vegas. “This stuff not only didn’t occur but it’s not factually supported by the evidence.”

One liar calling another liar a liar. Captivating.

The name calling and accusations on both sides showed that deep wounds persist and neither have been spotted wearing their BFF heart necklaces since 07.

In a phone interview, Gilbert called Galanter “an ambulance chaser and an enabler and denier for O.J. I know. I used to do the same thing. I understand the game.”

He acknowledged he has IRS problems which he says were caused by Simpson but said:

“I could take a drug test and pass it. I highly doubt that O.J. could.”

Boom…head shot for Gilbert.

Gilbert said he continued to represent Simpson for another decade after the alleged confession, hawking items with his autograph (got to ♥ E-bay), hiding the profits and helping Simpson shield his possessions so they could not be seized by the Goldman family.

Gilbert also claims that he counseled the jailed Simpson during his murder trial to stop taking his arthritis medicine so his hands would swell up and not fit the bloody gloves in court. Of course he offers no proof Simpson followed his advice or that he was taking any medicine, but the drama that played out in court when the gloves didn’t fit was central to Simpson’s defense.

Gilbert said he broke with Simpson two years ago because he felt cheated, didn’t approve of his lifestyle and was repulsed by “If I Did It.” He writes that he was guided to do his own the book by dreams in which he saw the ghosts of his dead grandmother and of Nicole Brown Simpson and that Miss Cleo told him to do so.

He refers to himself in the book as a “Judas,” because he is betraying Simpson and he’s ashamed of what he did and wants to soothe his conscience.

He writes that he was not alone in helping Simpson beat the murder charges, but “I hope to be the first to finally confess.”

Gilbert said he funnelled money from autograph signing appearances to Simpson under the table so the Goldman family could not get it. Gilbert said he paid Simpson 80 percent, kept 20 percent but had to pay taxes on the whole amount. He said Simpson repeatedly told him they’d settle up later.

But they never did and when pushed Simpson reminded him of the Goldman debt: “Hey, at least you don’t owe $33.5 million.”

“Yeah, I didn’t kill anybody either,” Gilbert replied. Simpson scowled.

He offers apologies to the dead Nicole Brown Simpson, whom he said he never liked, and to the Goldman family.

Nice…what an ass.

“He offers an apology for money laundering?” said Goldman attorney David Cook. “I don’t think we want the apology. I think we need the money. Send us a check, not an I’m sorry.”

He said he plans to use the book as a treasure map to Simpson’s hidden assets.

Gilbert, 53, was a childhood fan of Simpson who was thrilled when another client, football great Marcus Allen, introduced them and they began doing business together.

Gilbert wrote in his book that he was admitted to a world of privilege and he got caught up in a power trip in which he believed he was better than “ordinary people.”

“O.J. mattered more,” he said. “The fringe benefits that came with being one of O.J.’s friends mattered more — or at least we thought they did.”

Gilbert wrote the book for many reasons. It wasn’t just to make money or hurt Simpson.

“Nothing can hurt O.J.,” he said in an interview. “He doesn’t have the emotions we have.”

In a chapter on the Las Vegas case, he acknowledges that Simpson was in search of memorabilia he believed Gilbert stole from him, including the suit he wore the day he was acquitted.

“I never sold the suit, not even when I was dead broke,” he writes. “At least that’s something small to be proud of.”

But Gilbert does acknowledge that he unsuccessfully tried to sell the suit at one point — before he sold his book.

All in all, this guy isn’t creditable… but OJ probably did it though…

We didn’t need this guy’s book to know that OJ murdered his wife.

Posted in Crime & Punishment, Marijuana, OJ, OJ Simpson, SoCal, The Juice, USC, University of Southern Cal, drugs, dumbass, murderer, southern cal | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments »

Way Over Hyped Mayo Received Gifts from Boosters. YoJoe Is going to be Pissed at me

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 12, 2008

I’m going to be honest because no one else will say it. O.J. Mayo was over hyped, overrated & not even the best player in the PAC-10. In an apparent violation of NCAA rules while he was still in high school and during his one year in college, former USC basketball player O.J. Mayo, received thousands of dollars in cash, clothes and other benefits.

Louis Johnson, a one time inner circle member. says Mayo accepted around $30,000 in cash and gifts during the past four years from Rodney Guillory, a 43-year-old Los Angeles event promoter. In addition to cash, the gifts included a flat-screen television for Mayo’s dorm room, cell phone service, a hotel room, clothes, meals and airline tickets for Mayo’s friends and a relative, according to Johnson, others with knowledge of the gifts and store receipts.

If anyone is surprised by this I have a large bridge to sell you.

When Mayo was in high school in Ohio and West Virginia, Guillory was receiving monthly payments from the Northern California sports agency Bill Duffy Associates. Johnson said BDA provided Guillory with around $200,000 before Mayo arrived at USC, and that Guillory used most of the money to support his own lifestyle but also gave a portion of it to Mayo.

In exchange for the payments and gifts, Mayo entered a verbal agreement to allow BDA to represent him when he turned pro. He named BDA’s Calvin Andrews his agent. Go figure.

After Duffy’s company quit funding Guillory last year, Johnson says Guillory gave Mayo the flat-screen television, a hotel room and meals — and paid for it with a credit card that belongs to a nonprofit organization called “The National Organization of Sickle Cell Prevention and Awareness Foundation.” The organization has never been registered as a charitable trust with the California Attorney General’s Office. Mary E. Brown, president and CEO of the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation of California, said she had never heard of the foundation for which Guillory charged purchases through.

Another way of saying “It’s a shell charity.” If this turns out to be true, SoCal could eventually be taking it up the ass…but don’t count on it.

Johnson has had his own troubles in the past. A couple of years after initially meeting Guillory and Mayo, he was unemployed and received a suspended sentence and probation after being charged with selling cocaine.

Guillory was also involved with former USC basketball player Jeff Trepagnier, who was suspended in 2000 for taking illegal benefits (the NCAA ruled that Guillory had purchased airfare for Trepagnier and Fresno State’s Tito Maddox).

To bad this happened at USC because it likely nothing will come of it. God forbid if that happened at an SEC school. Three smoking guns now at USC. Any other school and they would be buried in sanctions.

Of course none of this would have happened if Mayo had the self control of a chimp on crystal meth. All he had to do was wait 6 months and all the riches untold would be his, his school would not be suffering a scandal. It only would have been 6 months, yet he did not have the self discipline to wait. How will he handle all the money when he has demonstrated the impulse control of a 3 year old?

This is the future of SoCal basketball.

Posted in NCAA Rules Violation, O.J. Mayo, Pac 10, SoCal, Sports, USC, University of Southern Cal, cheaters | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Blake Mitchell Invited to the Saints Mini-Camp. What’s the Story?

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 30, 2008

Former USC quarterback Blake Mitchell is going to get a shot to make an NFL team or so his family is claiming.

According to Mitchell’s family the quarterback has been invited to the New Orleans Saints mini-camp. He has not signed any contract.

Recruited by ex-USC coach Lou Holtz, Mitchell spent five years at USC. His most productive season was in 2005, when he passed for 2,370 yards and threw 17 touchdowns.

Now the real story is why are the Saints inviting such a mediocre quarterback? Surely it can’t related to anything about football. Certainly not with Drew Brees as the starter & Mark Brunell just signed to be the primary backup in March of this year.

The Saints might want to show Brees why he should count his blessings hence enters Blake Mitchell. I mean just when you’re getting down on yourself try and think what it must be like to be Mitchell, trust me you’ll feel instantly better.

Here are some scenarios that will likely happen at the mini-camp.

Scenario #1

Blake: Hi I’m Blake Mitchell reporting for camp.

Register: Mitchell…Michell I can’t seem to find you…oh wait here you are. You’ll find the broom, dustpan, mop & bucket in fourth door on the right. Just set your things down here and quickly clean the 2nd floor bathroom Reggie Bush went to Taco Bell again last night.

Blake: Wait…I thought I was invited to compete for a start

Register: Son I thought my wife would finally start swallowing after we got married…20 years later she’s still a spitter. Now go on and clean Reggie Bushs’ crap up or you forfeit your Greyhound ticket home.

Scenario #2

Blake: Hi Mr. Brees it’s sure great to meet you, I’m reporting to camp.

Drew Brees: Oh yeah I heard about you. Grab your toothbrush and clean my rims you loser.

Blake: I thought I was here to compete.

Drew Brees: You are we only have one janitor position available. You’re competing for that spot against the entire class of un-draftees Alabama produced.

I just hope they call his father “Nugget” before they cut him, since daddy Mitchell always cries because he isn’t the first to know.

I see Blake trying out (and failing) for the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance?”

Posted in Blake Mitchell, NFL Draft, NFL Football, New Orleans Saints, Nuggets, South Carolina Gamecocks, Sports, USC | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 14 Comments »

Day One is Done Here are the Winners & Losers.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 20, 2008

Xavier avoids being the fifth team in row to be upset by the Dawgs of Georgia. Rallying from being down 11 points the Musketeers win by 12. Georgia simply didn’t have the depth they needed. Look for this Xavier to go far into the tourney.Kansas thumps Portland State by 24. Gee…who didn’t see that coming?

Temple returns to the tourney only to disappoint Bill Cosby and the Jello Pudding Pop nation by losing to the Michael Moores Spartans of Michigan State.

UNLV wallops Kent State. Funny all I’ve heard for the past week was how Kent State was a mid major sleeper team.

Pitt continues its winning ways by whipping Oral Roberts by 19. Look for Pitt to go a little further in the tourney.

Purdue defeats Murder Inc. I mean Baylor and quite handily at that.

The Irish of Notre Dame defeated George Mason by 18. I doubt their football team could beat George Mason though.

Wisconsin shows why they belong by beating an up tempo Cal State Fullerton team is ease.

West Virginia defeated an Arizona team that by most accounts shouldn’t have been there.

UCLA who I’m picking to win it all embarrassed Mississippi Valley State. Like MVS had a prayer without Jerry Rice there.

Stanford beat up on the smartie pants of Cornell.

K-State defeats USC which shouldn’t surprise anyone. I’m still shocked that USC received such a high seed. Look for Beasley and company to advance next round as well.

Belmont must have Joel’s post about them because Duke was almost exited early by a nobody for the second straight year.

Washington State flexed some muscle and grounded the Eagles of Winthrop by 31.

Texas A&M defeated BYU in perhaps the least interesting game of the year. Zzzzzzzz

And lastly Kentucky’s failboat the USS One and Done has set sail thanks to Marquette. Boy I’m willing to bet some SEC coaches are regretting voting Billy G. for co-coach of the year. I’m sure Ashley Judd will give him a tongue lashing, hopefully he’ll be sober enough to remember it. Then again why was KY even in the tournament to begin with?


I wonder if Billy G. is going down with the ship?

Posted in Arizona Wildcats, BYU, Baylor Bears, Belmont, Billy Gillispie, Cal State, Cornell, Duke Blue Devils, George Mason, Georgia Bulldogs, K-State, Kansas State Wildcats, Kent State, Marquette, Michigan State Spartons, Miss Valley State, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Oral Roberts, Pitt Panthers, Purdue, Stanford, Temple, Texas A&M, UNLV, USC, University of Southern Cal, WVU, Washington State, West Virginia Mountaineers, Winthrop, Wisconsin Badgers, Xavier, kansas jayhawks | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment »