Saturday, October 06, 2012

Professional Tailgating: 5-0 is not bad

So Rutgers is 5-0 and might be on the verge of something special. The OTWT tailgating crew was there Saturday for RU win over UConn. Here are some of the sights from the Blackout.

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Classless NBC

I know this is a couple of days old, but its still bothers me. NBC should be blasted for playing salsa music for Victor Cruz's touchdown while the play was still going on. Come on, how is that acceptable. Very unprofessional. I'm sure Giants fans thought it was great, but come on. It's a football not a sitcom. 

Monday, October 01, 2012

The Cover Story: Eagles win

The Eagles beat the Giants last night and today the Philly Daily News was up to its only tricks with its front and back pages.

Sunday, September 30, 2012

The only winner in the NHL Lockout could be Hockey Canada

While the NHL and the NHLPA are fighting about a collective bargaining agreement, Hockey Canada is licking their chops. If  the lockout continues Canada would be set to send another Dream Team to the World Junior Championships in Russia. Bob McKenzie of TSN breaks down what Team Canada could look like at World Junior Championship if the lockout drags on.

The last time the NHL had a labor issue in 2005, Hockey Canada benefited. During that years World Juniors in Grand Forks, South Dakota Team Canada was loaded. That team featured:  Sidney CrosbyPatrice BergeronCorey PerryRyan GetzlafMike RichardsJeff CarterDion Phaneuf and Shea Weber. Not bad for an NHL team let alone a WJC team. 

The infusion of the locked out players could not potentially come at a better time for Hockey Canada. Canada has not won the WJC since 2009 and that is simply not good enough for the hockey crazy country.