Thursday, October 04, 2007
Here are a couple of my favorites:
HK Riga 2000: This one is the best, company logos all over the place
Torpedo Yaroslavl: more and more company logos
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
- "Each practice, football players board a bus near the football stadium and ride it to the practice field to keep them out of harm's way crossing major intersections on foot. The service costs about $300 per day," according to a recent series by the Austin Statesman about athletic spending by the University of Texas.
- "Following its Rose Bowl victory, the football team was rewarded with a $200,000 renovation of its players lounge, a retreat with four TV projectors (screens drop from the ceiling at the push of a button embedded in a six-foot replica of the UT tower), six flat screen TVs, four X-boxes and three PlayStations, according to the report. "Two floors down, the football locker room boasts another new lounge area, with five flat-screen TVs and a three-dimensional, lighted 20-foot Longhorn on the ceiling."
Monday, October 01, 2007
The dreams of state went up in smoke as the school with the little turtle that could, walked right into the Rutgers Stadium and handed the Scarlet Knights their first lost. But that did not stop the Only Time will Tell tailgating crew from enjoying themselves in the parking again.
Endy in the Outfield makes another friend, but the friend wants no part of him.
The Only Time Will Tell Tailgating Crew discussing why the elephant vodka is the best.
Nothing says college football like a tightly packed bus of drunk and sweaty people.Like a herd of sheep everyone heads to the stadium.
The students section was into it before they started to throw bottles at everyone. The most emotion that the teams showed all day.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Only Time Will Tell contributor and Mets fan Endy in the Outfield decided to take his frustration out on a copy of the New York Daily News Saturday morning using lighter fluid and a lighter. Just like the Mets season, the paper did not fair that well.
and just like a Billy Wagner visit in the late innings
the season and the Daily News were up in smoke.
LSU wore different jerseys and white helmets for their clash with Tulane. The jerseys will be sold to raise money for The Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund.
And last but not least Minnesota, wow where do you start with them. The Gophers looked like mustard packets running around on the field.