Wednesday, December 02, 2009

The Cover Story: Bobby Says Good Bye

First Notre Dame decided to change coaches, now the unthinkable has happened at Florida State. Come next year, Bobby Bowden will not been seen on the sidelines. The legend decided to call it quits yesterday after 44 seasons in coaching. Here are how the newspapers in the Sunshine State covered yesterdays events.

Tampa Tribune
Tallahassee Democrat
The Florida Times-Union

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

The Cover Story: Bye Bye Fat Man

In Indiana some stories are made for the front page and yesterday showed that. Papers around the state featured the same story the firing of the fat man from Notre Dame. Here are some of the papers front pages:

The Times

South Bend Tribune

The Elkhart Truth

Monday, November 30, 2009

Clemson fans really like CJ

The Clemson fan base showed their love for CJ Spiller by taking out a full page ad in the USA Today Sports section. Now that does not come cheap. In the ad it list Spillers achievements both on the field and off the field. It also has a photo of former Clemson head coach John Heisman. I wonder why that is there.
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My Thanksgiving Weekend

The Thanksgiving weekend means a variety of things to a variety of people. For me it means a couple of things: stomach aches from eating too much, trips up and down the Garden State Parkway, and sports lots of it from college football to the NFL to college basketball to maybe a little NHL.

This year has been no different. Starting with the Lions and ending with Josh McDaniels saying "winning Mother Fucking game" and Brian Dawkins playing like an animal. Also on the plate was a sock that had a hole in it as well as watching various college basketball games that featured coaches in camping shirts, for some it was a good look while for others it was a fashion disaster.

Day two of the weekend started in freezing weather on the golf course. Sure I played the whole round in a woolie and under armor, I did not hit the ball that poorly. The rest of the day was more of the same college football. To end the day I listen to Mark Jones call the WVU/Pitt game and I'm dumber for it right now.

Day three has been a little calmer. It Started with the Premier League and then moved on to college football which was good but the only negative is that Matt Millen has followed me again. On Thanksgiving night he called the Giants and Broncos and on Saturday he called Georgia Tech, make him stop. He is the worst.

Day four has been full of stress, mostly from the eagles but it all worked out in the end as they beat the skins. The day started by watching the premier league game between Arsenal and Chelski, thanks gunners for helping me out. The Heels also beat Nevada for Ole Roy's 600 win wrapped up the day.

It's been a long weekend. I have watched so much sports that my eyes hurt. Also my fingers hurt from sending a ton of text messages. Just look at the labels on this post and you can tell how busy a weekend its been. I'm happy to head back to work just so it slows down my sports watching for a couple of days.