Thursday, October 25, 2007
The logo or mascot of Jackson’s finalists will be carved into the three pumpkins, according to a Atlanta Journal Constitution story.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Someone needs to allow the world to see the magic of Juan Roman Riquelme. After a falling out with the manager at Villareal last season he was sent to his home country of Argentina and played with his childhood club Boca Juniors. But after the year was over, he has been on the sidelines and has not played a game of club soccer this year. Not having him play is like the NFL missing Tom Brady or the NBA missing a floor general like Chris Paul.
His game is like no other in the world he can control the game without running all over the place. His pin-point passing is something to behold.
So can a club in Italy or England come and return one of the worlds best players to the stages that he deserves. Sven and the blue side of Manchester have a ton of money to spend in the December transfer market, so why not go for the best pure play maker in the world. Or maybe Riquelem could be wearing the red and black of the European champions. Can anyone imagine him and Kaka in the same midfield.
Monday, October 22, 2007
- Charlie Weis, Notre Dame: So far this season one win at a salary of $3.5 million a year, that is a good return on a private schools investment.
- Bill Callahan, Nebraska (pictured above with Wannstedt): Wow this situation has gotten out of hand already. First lost to USC, then get beaten to death by Missouri, Oklahoma State, and Texas A&M. At $1.75 million and having your AD fired that is not a good combination.
- Dave Wannstedt, Pittsburgh: He might be the worst coach in the coaching. Over the years he has made millions doing a job that he is terrible at. He had two coaching jobs in the NFL and then another in college. At this point I would not trust him to coach my sons pop Warner team. By the way he is also making $1.5 million for being this bad.
- Guy Morris, Baylor: I would have never guessed that he made $1.1 million. I can not remember the last time that they were even in a bowl game
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Quincy Carter's Coke Habit now thinks that he is Tigers Woods
Endy in the Outfield really loves his sour cream and cheddar chips
Endy in the Outfields gives some constructive criticism on grilling to Quincy Carters Coke Habit.
The home tailgating office.
Joe Wolfs's Vertical Jump talks to Qunicy Carter Coke Habit about what South Florida quarterback Matt Grothe uses to make his Mohawk look so nice.
Our shrine to a person that can not hit a curve ball during a game seven of the NLCS.
You can tell it was a big game, there were tailgaters three hours before the game started.
Joe Wolf's Vertical Jump and Endy in the Outfield throw gang signs.
Alumni get some food for the big game.
Hopefully the tailgating fun will continue when the masters of the burning couch come to town.