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Win One For Your City — Or Else!

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Coming up is Lions v. Saints: The battle of teams whose cities always need a win to lift its respective region’s spirits — New Orleans for Katrina and Detroit for being Detroit.

The winner gets a tax holiday next weekend and loser gets an uptick in its area’s unemployment rate.

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January 7, 2012 at 7:45 pm

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New Coach, Same Town

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Great job Sappy Valley in welcoming your new football coach with such open arms.

LaVar Arrington, shown right in his playing days, is as close to an ideal Penn State football lifer as you can find. After leaving for the NFL following his junior year, Arrington later returned to complete his degree and has been a vocal supporter of Penn State football through thick and thin, including the darkest hours and days following the revelations surrounding the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Arrington, who idolized Sandusky, never shied away from speaking out against Sandusky’s alleged acts and came to grips with the fact that Sandusky fooled him.

When Penn State held a candle light vigil on campus days after the Sandusky shock wave ripped through State College and beyond, Arrington was there to speak to the students and to the Penn State family near and far.

“We are Penn State. That will never change,” Arrington said.

That is, of course, unless Penn State hires a coach Arrington does not approve of.

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported Thursday night that Penn State will name New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien as their next head coach, with a formal announcement being made Saturday. the initial reaction from Penn State fans is one of disappointment and confusion for the most part. The Fan Tab rating on Nittany Lions Den plummeted to 1% over night, and Arrington had some of the strongest words to say as word of this potential hire spread.

“I will put my Butkus (Award) in storage. I will put my Alamo Bowl MVP trophy in storage,” Arrington said to Blue White Illustrated, the Rivals.com affiliate covering Penn State. “Jerseys, anything Penn State, in storage. Wherever Tom Bradley goes, that’s the school I will start to put memorabilia up in my home. I’m done. I’m done with Penn State. If they’re done with us, I’m done with them….”

…Arrington is not alone. Former Penn State players such as Brandon Short and D.J. Dozier have spoken out about Penn State’s coaching search and decision-making, with Short saying that not hiring Bradley is like turning their back on the entire Penn State family. Dozier questions why more former Penn State players were not consulted during the search.

“I would venture to say that a lot of guys thought, why not?” Dozier said to Blue White Illustrated. “Why wouldn’t someone ask us? Aren’t we a part of this university? Aren’t we a part of the program? Don’t we care? Don’t we have a little bit of expertise or at least a thought that may spur another thought? I believe to get the right or best answer, you survey the land.

“So, do the guys feel left out and pushed to the side? Well, of course. I think we can all speculate and if we speculate long enough, we’ll figure out that, well, maybe politics are working this one. I would love to see more of a collaborative approach to this process because, again, we’re not trying to say that Penn State is more special than another, but there’s a certain way that we have done things.”

Even though this new guy may not tickle your fancy or touch you in ways the previous administration did, be glad someone outside your incestous cesspit of a town wants to try to lead you to greener pastures. Lord knows why. It may not be fair to purge the entire football coaching staff over the Sandusky incident, but I don’t blame the university in this case.

And for the record, I lived up in State College for 14 months. I know what I speak of when calling that place a dump. To be fair, I’m sure many college towns are like this, (hopefully) minus the child molestation.

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January 7, 2012 at 1:37 pm

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Something … Anti-Climatic … About New Year’s Day Bowl Games Taking Place January 2

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So it’s been a few days since the January 1 bowl games/Winter Classic, and all I can say is … wow. What a great time to be a sports fan. Below are my thoughts on the day’s events:

— Houston started things out right by laying a beatdown to State Penn. I was tuning in and out of the game, so I’m not sure if the Lions ran a jailbreak screen play.

— Ohio State/Florida was the only game I didn’t bother watching at all. No way should two 6-6 teams be playing on New Year’s Day (or January 2). The contest took place in Florida, so I can understand why the organizers would want the Gators to play in this game. But Ohio State? Please. And teams like Boise State and TCU got passed over and had to play earlier in the Bowel Season. What a joke.

— In-between football games there was a little hockey event called the Winter Classic between the Rangers and Flyers. Due to weather issues, the 1 pm start time got moved to later in the afternoon (around 3 pm, I believe). You know, I’m actually a fan of the game starting a littler later in the afternoon. Sure it was put up against the Rose Bowl, but at least it wasn’t up against several other games at once.

Seeing how I don’t really care for either team, I wasn’t sure who I wanted to win. Then after the Flyers scored their first goal, I started pulling for the Rangers. My reason? Because I wanted to hear the Flyer fans start booing. I wasn’t disappointed. And LOL at Philadelphia for getting butthurt over at Mike Rupp’s “Jagr Salute.”

— I’m normally not a Big 10 fan. I think the conference is vastly overrated and prefer the SEC. However, I was pulling for Michigan State to beat Georgia. MSU has had some tough bowl games in the past, and while some may think Georgia gave that game away I think the Spartans earned that win.

— South Carolina reached 11 wins for the first time ever. Good for the Ol’ Ball Coach.

— I generally prefer watching the several games at once leading up to the Rose Bowl. However, this year’s contest was great. Although I will say it seems the difficulty sliders needed adjusting after the first half. I didn’t care who won this game.

— The final game of the night was the one I had some attachment toward. After Mike Gundy’s “I’m a man — I’m 40!” rant a few years ago, I’ve become endeared to the guy. (I love it when people lose their cool over a reporter and that reporter just sits there dumbfounded.) However, I didn’t think OSU was going to beat Stanford. I’m glad I was wrong, even though it took two missed kicks from a red-shirted freshman kicker to pull out the win.

All in all, an excellent day of entertainment. I’m especially glad I took the next day off of work to “recover” from staying up past midnight. One thing I do have to wonder about, though. If Oklahoma State would play Oregon, just how long would THAT game last?

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January 4, 2012 at 5:00 pm

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Tale Of The Wild-Card Tape

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Wild-Card Weekend in Denver: One quarterback stalls drives, the other drives into bathroom stalls.

And the Denver home-field advantage is going to take effect, considering Steeler free safety Ryan Clark can’t play in that mile-high altitude due to a health matter.

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January 2, 2012 at 7:35 am

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At Least The Plex Gunshot Celebration Was Funny

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If Steve Johnson failed to reach some contract incentives due to his in-game stunt, I’m going to laugh.

Actually, I’m laughing already. If the coach tells the team a player will be benched for doing something like this, then expect to pay the piper.

Bills coach Chan Gailey benched Johnson for drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Sunday when he celebrated a touchdown catch by lifting his jersey to reveal an undershirt that said, “Happy New Year!” The Bills added another TD before New England scored the next 49 points to win 49-21.

“The coach told me I was out of the game. I have to respect his decision,” said Johnson, who had four catches for 40 yards to become the first Bills receiver with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. “I can’t complain about it or whine or pout. He made his decision and I am going with it. … I have to take that, and I will.”

Undershirt decoration has become something of a hobby for Johnson, who wore one against Cincinnati last season that said, “Why So Serious?” The NFL fined him $5,000, but he was not penalized; that’s why Johnson said he thought he could get away with it this time.

“I didn’t know it was going to draw a penalty,” he told reporters.

Johnson was also fined $10,000 for pretending to shoot off a rifle against the Patriots last year, mocking the costumed Minutemen who celebrate a New England score. And he drew an excessive celebration penalty against the Jets this season when he pretended to shoot himself in the legs — mimicking New York receiver Plaxico Burress — then imitated an airplane crashing into the turf.

After that one, Gailey warned the team that anyone who drew a demonstration penalty would be benched.

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January 1, 2012 at 10:24 pm

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I like Hines Ward and all that, and I do think he is Hall-of-Fame material. His stats may not be as gaudy as he peers, but for whatever reason when I hear his name and “Hall of Fame” I think “yes.” (Never said I was the most stats-obsessed person roaming this planet.)

With that being said, would you really want your 1000th NFL catch to be THAT — a “gimnmie” shovel pass for a negative gain? Even Michael Strahan’s single-season sack record thinks that’s lame.

Then again, it was the fourth-quarter of the final regular-season game. Who knows if Ward is coming back to the Steelers next year. Still, that play just seemed so … anti-Hines.

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January 1, 2012 at 5:29 pm

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A Vick Put-Down

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So if Michael Vick isn’t ready to play against the Giants in Week 3, does that mean he gets hanged, drowned or slammed into the ground?

Michael Vick pointed to the scoreboard on his way to the locker room after suffering a concussion, reminding hecklers the Eagles were winning.

Without Vick, Philadelphia couldn’t hold onto the lead and lost 35-31 to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday night. The Eagles (1-1) may again be without Vick for their home opener against the New York Giants.

Coach Andy Reid didn’t rule out Vick’s return this week, but head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder wouldn’t give a time.

“That’s foolish on our part medically to put time frame out there,” Burkholder said Monday. “Everybody wants to know time frame, everybody wants to know whether Mike’s going to play, everybody wants to know whether Mike’s going to practice. We’re going to go through our protocol and when Mike’s ready to practice, I’m going to turn him over to Coach and he’s going to make a decision whether he’s ready to play, had reps, all that kind of stuff.”

Vick was injured in the third quarter when he was spun around by a defender and slammed into right tackle Todd Herremans. His neck whipped back and he bit his tongue, which led to him spitting blood on his way off the field.

Vick wasn’t woozy and seemed fully alert. He certainly was aware of the score – 31-21 in favor of the Eagles – when he pointed it out to fans in the Georgia Dome on his way in for tests. Vick barely failed those baseline tests, so the medical staff kept him on the sideline.

I have said from the get-go that I have no problem with Vick returning to the NFL; I’ve defended Vick a number of times regarding his debt to society. But he’s clearly shown in the past what should become of … sporting participants … once they are unable to compete.

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September 19, 2011 at 10:14 am

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Boxing In Brady

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Phil Simms just said that Bill Cowher gave some tips on defending Tom Brady during the pregame show. I like Cowher and all, but Bill would be one of the last people I’d go to for Brady containment advice.

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September 18, 2011 at 3:30 pm

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Kicking This Soccer Joke Around

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Only in the soccer world can you say someone plays like Kaka and have that be taken as a compliment.

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September 18, 2011 at 10:08 am

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Not-As-Big East

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Just saw some bottom-of-the-screen crawl which reported that Pitt and Syracuse are trying to join the ACC. But if the Big Least dissolves, what will become of the game formerly known as the Meineke Car Care Bowl? 😦

The switch by Pitt and Syracuse to the A.C.C. is expected to be made formal by Monday, which means a major domino in the overhaul of the collegiate sports landscape is about to fall. With the A.C.C. poised to become the first 14-team conference, college sports appears to be teetering on the ledge of the seismic change it appeared destined for last year.

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September 17, 2011 at 4:06 pm

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Subtract Early Season Divisional Games From The Schedule

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One may think I’m saying this because the Ravens crushed the Steelers yesterday, but that’s not the case. I don’t like it when divisional rivals play each other early in the season. It usually takes a few weeks for teams to get into a groove, and divisional games are too important.

In my opinion, the first game in any NFL divisional matchup should be at least one-third of the way into the season and then again late in the season. Just sayin’.

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September 12, 2011 at 1:15 pm

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Week 1 NFL Observations

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Some random thoughts from watching Week 1:

— 1:08 pm: Oh come on, Red Zone Channel, don’t show EVERY KICKOFF just because the placement rule was changed in the off-season. Just do what you guys do and don’t try to manufacture the awesome.

— 2:49 pm: It looks like married life has Ben a little rusty with the tip drill.

— 2:53 pm: In a shocking development, Stephen Jackson is hurt with a quad injury.

— 2:55 pm: Stafford is lighting it up; I hope he can stay healthy this year.

— 2:57 pm: I guess some of the talking heads were saying the Bucs would be a “sleeper” team. They were 10-6 last year!

— 2:59 pm: Well that wasn’t the best Reed of a defense.

— 3:14 pm: I’m surprised J. Best hasn’t been seriously hurt yet in his NFL career.

Every time I’m seeing an “Update Next” screen flash regarding the Steelers game, my first thought now is always, “uh oh.”

And I think I may pull for the Bears this season. I’m still annoyed at how Cutler was treated after the championship game.

— 3:53 pm: ‎4th and 1 and Tampa runs a play in the shotgun formation?

Turnover #6 for the Steelers. Guess it’s best to get it all out of your system early in the season.

— 7:44 pm: Rex Grossman: 21-34, 305 yards, 2 TDs

Donovan McNabb: 7-15, 39 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

— 9:15 pm: On the 10-year anniversary of 9/11/01, it feels … weird hearing a packed stadium of N00-Yawekers/Jerseyians shouting out, “J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets!”

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September 11, 2011 at 10:01 pm

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Seeing Red

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One more week… [BartScott]Can’t Wait.[/BartScott]

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September 4, 2011 at 7:41 pm

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Not Slamming The Achievement, Just The Reaction

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To all you Yankee fans having simultaneous orgasms over the whole three-grand-slams-in-one-game thing…

No team in major league history had hit three grand slams in a game before Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson strode to the plate in the bottom of the eighth inning Thursday, the crowd at Yankee Stadium having been thinned, but the bases loaded one more time.

…remember that in the 1960 World Series the Yankees won three games by a combined score of 38-3 and lost four games by a combined score of 17-24. No matter the score, a win counts as 1 win and a loss counts as 1 loss.

Not hating on the pinstripes, mind you. Just want to keep thing in perspective.

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August 26, 2011 at 8:38 pm

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Not Going To Bat With This Promotion

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I’ve heard of minor-league teams holding crazy promotions. This doesn’t seems like one of those instances. It’s just … stupid.

The Newark Bears have scrapped plans to donate $2,000 to Mothers Against Drunk Driving on behalf of former New York Yankees World Series star Jim Leyritz.

The planned donation had sparked controversy because the team planned to announce it Thursday, the same night as a team-sponsored beer pong tournament promotion.

The team said Wednesday that it canceled after MADD said it would not accept the money.

Leyritz served as pitching coach for the Bears, who play in the independent Can-Am League. He’s leaving to spend more time with his family.

He was acquitted of felony drunk driving manslaughter charges stemming from a 2007 crash in Florida, but was convicted of drunken driving.

Leyritz told The Star-Ledger of Newark that he didn’t want to be connected to any event that promoted consumption of alcohol.

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August 24, 2011 at 11:01 pm

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Only Three Injured? Well, This Is The Preseason

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Didn’t Ray Lewis tell us that the crime rate would go up if the NFL would shut down due to labor strife?

And another thing, is it really worth getting all riled up for this year’s the Raiders or 49ers teams? Heck, they’re not even divisional rivals.

Police are investigating after fans at a preseason 49ers versus Raiders game turned violent in a series of incidents that included two parking lot shootings and a bathroom beating that left a man unconscious Saturday.

Two of the three men initially had life-threatening injuries but today were upgraded to fair condition, according to San Francisco General Hospital.

YouTube videos showed other rowdy fans captured at the event — an intense, multi-person fist fight occurred in the stands, and a man holding a beer and wearing a Raiders jacket yelled an obscenity at 49er players as he stood in the front row.

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August 22, 2011 at 4:29 pm

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Here We Go In The Preseason

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Seriously, do we really need to post on Facebook “Go *insert local team*” for an upcoming NFL PRESEASON GAME?

I can understand saying something like, “Here’s hoping nobody gets hurt,” but will your week really be shot to hell if your team’s second-stringers aren’t able to pull out the win against the other team’s second-stringers?

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August 18, 2011 at 3:55 pm

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Suh What?

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So after the Lions/Bengals game, some national media talk centered around Ndamukong Suh and his hit on Bengals QB Andy Dalton.

Wednesday afternoon, the NFL fined Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh $20,000 for his hit on Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton. A few hours later, Suh reacted incredulously and then accepted a suggestion that he is the NFL’s version of Shaquille O’Neal.

“Shaq had the same problem when he was in the NBA,” Suh told Detroit-area reporters. “He kept playing. NBA Hall of Famer soon to come, one of the greatest big men I’ve ever seen, so I hope to follow in his footsteps.”

Unlike most of the commentary I have been hearing, I thought the hit WAS dirty and this could (and should) make Suh a target for the refs.

Here’s the video.

Now if Suh played back in the 1970s, that hit wouldn’t have been noticed. However, this is 2011. I guess what annoys me most about the, “he’s just playing the game how it’s meant to be played,” is I wonder if Suh would get the same fine amount had he done that to Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?

I think not.

Then why is it OK to do it to a lesser-known rookie quarterback?

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August 17, 2011 at 10:59 pm

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A Hurricane’s Comin’

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So it looks like Miami U is in a wee bit of trouble.

Former University of Miami booster Nevin Shapiro, now serving 20 years in federal prison, claims he treated athletes, primarily football players, to sex parties, nightclub outings, cash, cars and other gifts.

Shapiro told Yahoo Sports he provided improper benefits to 72 Miami athletes, mostly football players, from 2002-10. He also claims that at least seven coaches from the basketball or football programs had knowledge of his actions.

As I saw some of the ESPN coverage on this issue today, I had to laugh when just about every talking head I watched gave the players a free pass on the issue. I love the “they’re just kids” argument. These “kids” are 18-22 years old. Do they deserve all the blame? Heavens no. Do they deserve SOME blame? Yes.

I’m pretty much indifferent to the whole thing. It’s not like there is a actual champion in NCAA Football, anyway.

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August 17, 2011 at 10:46 pm

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He Shoots, He Scores?

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Nate wasn’t the person who got called to take the shot. He should absolutely not get the cash prize. The only thing that would make me change my mind is if there is a clause in the contest rules that state someone my shoot in the place of the person who was originally called due to unavailability.

Between periods of a charity hockey game Thursday at Shattuck St. Mary’s, fans could buy a ten dollar raffle ticket for the chance to win $50,000.

The catch? Make an improbable shot. Shoot a puck from center ice into a 3 and a half inch hole in the goal. An 89 foot shot!

“A hockey puck is three inches wide and an inch high,” says Vinar, the organizer of the charity game. “The odds are like making a hole-in-one.” 11-year old Nick Smith from Owatonna was the lucky name drawn and the shot was made. One fan described the crowd as “louder than a Stanley Cup game.”

The amazing shot isn’t the entire story.

“I was outside when my name was called,” says Nick Smith. “So Nate took the shot in my place.”

No one suspected anything. Nate and Nick are twin brothers.

“I walked back in and my friend told me my brother made the shot,” says Nick. “I was shocked.”

Both brothers have played hockey since they were 3 years old, but both admit the shot was pretty lucky.

“I just lined up and yeah…made it,” says Nate. “I was pretty stunned.”

Nate and Nick’s dad came forward Friday and told event organizers that it was the other brother that made the shot. He told KARE-11 simply, “that’s the right thing to do.”

That Nate-for-Nick swap may mean they forfeit the cash prize, but either way the amazing sports memory has been made.

“If we get the money, we’ll save it for college,” laughs Nate. “It was pretty cool.”

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August 15, 2011 at 10:42 pm

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From First To Almost-Worst

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Talk about a fall from grace.

After that 19-inning loss to the Atlanta Braves, the Pirates have been in a free-fall of epic proportions. From first-place to 9.5 games out.

I hate to say it, but it seems like that loss in Atlanta, coupled with that terrible game-ending call at the plate, took the wind out of their sails.

On the bright side, the Pirates did make a few trades before this collapse to make an effort to be more competitive. On the brighter side, from what I read, the team didn’t give up much to acquire Derrek Lee and Ryan Ludwick.

The team made (at the least) a token effort to upgrade the team for a division run and didn’t foolishly give away any of their prospects. For someone like me that has continually bashed the Pirates for dumb moves over the years, I have to give them credit.

Now was this surprising time atop the division a fluke or is the team getting better? Guess the answer will be more clear this time next year.

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August 9, 2011 at 11:23 pm

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A Gluttony Of Hype

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As much as I liked Carlton Fisk’s playing career (he and Ivan Rodriguez are my favorite catchers to play the game), I’m so tired of circle-jerk revolving around that 1975 World Series home run. It was only Game 6 and the Massholes lost that Series anyway.

And it just dawned on me that both Fisk and Rodriguez were nicknamed “Pudge.” Guess I’m a chubby chaser with it comes to that position.

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July 30, 2011 at 9:41 pm

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Safe To Say That Was A Bad Call

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For those complaining about the Jerry Meals “safe” call, it could have been MUCH worse…

Veteran umpire Jerry Meals felt he was right with the call he made that ended the 4-3, 19-inning win the Braves claimed over the Pirates at Turner Field on Tuesday night. But after going to the dressing room to unwind and look at the play, the veteran umpire saw he might have been wrong to rule that Julio Lugo eluded Pirates catcher Michael McKenry’s tag.

“I saw the tag, but he looked like he oléd him and I called him safe for that,” Meals said. “I looked at the replays and it appeared he might have got him on the shin area. I’m guessing he might have got him, but when I was out there when it happened, I didn’t see a tag.

“I just saw the glove sweep up. I didn’t see the glove hit his leg.”

…He could have made that bullshit call during a Yanks/Sawx game. My God, could you imagine the fallout from THAT?

Actually, I think the story here is that it is late July and the Pirates are still relevant. But I digress.

Now I’m not a huge Twitter person, but I saw some of those “#” comments and had to mention the “#” of all “#” references.

Two girls offer me a swig from their cup #jerrymealssaysitssafe

I’m done.

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July 27, 2011 at 8:56 pm

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An All-Star Is An All-Star No Matter The Spot On The Depth Chart

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Know how many “all stars” passed on playing in this game for the Pirates to get three in there?

For the first time since the Pirates’ early-1990s heyday, the National League will have three Pittsburgh players on its roster in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

Pitcher Joel Hanrahan is perfect in 26 save opportunities this year, and he broke the Pirates’ record for consecutive save opportunities converted.

Outfielder Andrew McCutchen has a .291 batting average, .390 on-base percentage and .505 slugging percentage, with 14 home runs and 54 RBI. He has also stolen 15 bases.

McCutchen was added to the NL All-Star roster as an injury replacement for Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, who was voted as a starter by fans.

Pitcher Kevin Correia is 11-7 with a .270 ERA and one complete game. He was chosen as a replacement for Philadelphia’s Cole Hamels, who became ineligible when he pitched for the Phillies on Sunday.

The last time Pittsburgh had three All-Stars was 1990, when outfielders Barry Bonds and Bobby Bonilla and pitcher Neal Heaton were on the team.

You know what? I’m not going to be a party pooper. They have been playing hard all season. Let ’em enjoy this one.

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July 12, 2011 at 9:59 pm

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Drunk Driving With The Stars

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For Hines’ next reality show, he ought to consider “Cash Cab.”

Pittsburgh Steelers and former UGA receiver Hines Ward was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol early Saturday on Buford Highway in DeKalb County.

According to DeKalb police, Ward was stopped about 2:30 a.m. on Buford Highway near Briarwood Road after an officer noticed his Aston Martin failing to maintain lane and hitting a curb.

Ward failed a field sobriety test, and refused to take a breathalyzer test. He told officers he been at a downtown club, and had had two drinks.

According to police, a passenger in Ward’s car had not been drinking, and he was allowed to drive the car instead of it being impounded.

Ward, who police said was cooperative during the traffic stop, was taken to the DeKalb County Jail.

DeKalb County Jail records indicate that Ward, 35, was booked into the jail at 3:41 a.m, and later released on $1,000 bond.

At least he didn’t hit anyone because the penalty for bind-siding with a car is a little different than blind-siding someone on the gridiron.

Then again, this is the American legal system we’re talking about so who knows?

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July 10, 2011 at 4:36 pm

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Captain 3000

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Looks like Jeter wanted to get started right away on Hit #4000.

Derek Jeter’s bid for one of baseball’s most hallowed milestones, a mark never reached by other New York Yankees’ greats, is complete.

Mobbed by his pinstriped pals after the ball sailed into the left-field seats, showered by ovations from his fans, Derek Jeter stood alone – the first Yankees player to 3,000 hits.

His first home run at Yankee Stadium this year, too.

A fitting crown for the captain.

With a swift swing of his shiny black bat, Jeter jolted himself into historic company, homering off Tampa Bay ace David Price in the third inning Saturday. He joined former teammate Wade Boggs as the only players to do it with a home run.

Say what you want about The Captain, but the guy knows how to rise to the occasion. I’m betting A-Rod’s 3000th hit will come in the 8th inning of a 10-0 blowout. (Doesn’t matter if the Yankees are up or down by 10 runs.)

And on the other end of the spectrum, Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee has hit the first home run of his career.

The fun thing about Cliff Lee is that he takes as much pride in his hitting as his pitching. And yesterday, he became the first Phillies pitcher since Chan Ho Park in 2009 to hit a home run. Lee blasted a pitch to right center field, sending it 397 feet and giving the Phillies a 1-0 lead in the third inning. It was the first home run of Lee’s career.

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July 10, 2011 at 4:10 pm

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But Is It A Dry 122 Degrees?

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First FIFA didn’t realize people in South Africa brought vuvuzelas with them to soccer games. Now they just figured out it gets hot in Qatar during the summertime.

FIFA doesn’t mess around with its fact-finding when determing future World Cup venues.

World Cup in 2022 could become a game of three halves in the 40 degree heat of Qatar

It has been a game of two halves ever since it was codified by the British in the 19th century but Fifa’s controversial decision to award the World Cup to Qatar in 2022 could see football become a game of three thirds.

Having decided to play the tournament in the middle of summer in a country where temperatures regularly exceed 40C, Fifa have been wrestling with the problem of how the world’s best players are going to cope with the conditions.

Air conditioned, indoor stadiums will help, but even that might not be enough to keep them at a safe temperature according to Michael Beavon, a director of Arup Associates, the company responsible for developing the zero-carbon solar technology intended to cool them.

As a result, one proposal being considered by Fifa is to play the 90 minute games over three 30-minute periods if the temperature inside the stadiums exceeds 30c because of the potential health risks involved.

“There is a moderate risk of heat injury to the players between 24C-29C but if you go above that you have high and extreme risk of injury, ” said Beavon, who was speaking to delegates at the Qatar Infrastructure Conference in London.

“The one thing Fifa do say, although it is for guidance, is if it’s 32C they will stop a match and play three 30-minute thirds rather than two 45-minute halves.

“The reason would be to re-hydrate the players before they could carry on playing. That of course would play havoc with TV schedules and those kind of things.

“The commitment from Qatar was to provide conditions in the moderate band, so that matches would go ahead and be played as normal. Matches have to be played at an acceptable temperature and in safety so that Fifa do not intervene.”

A Fifa spokesman attempted to calm fears that a huge break in tradition is about to happen last night, insisting nothing has been finalised at this stage.

All I know is someone got paid for putting the World Cup in Qatar.

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July 8, 2011 at 3:51 pm

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MLB Yankee Network

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Did the Yes Network buy the MLB channel or something?

Then again, with that whole Derek Jeter 3000 thing going on, I guess the added coverage is warranted.

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July 7, 2011 at 7:39 pm

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Knocked My Sox Off With Pirate Posts

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So the Pirates took two games out of three from the Boston Red Sox this weekend, and I have been seeing a number of pro-Pirate updates in my Facebook News Feed.

Color me impressed.

It’s going to be interesting to see how the region reacts to the Pirates if they continue winning as the summer goes along. I don’t think Pirate fans are expecting a World Series title. I don’t think Pirate fans are expecting the team to reach .500.

Just stay competitive.

And by “competitive,” I mean don’t finish a season with 100+ losses.

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June 27, 2011 at 10:27 am

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Two Dads Are Better Than None

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Here’s what I don’t understand.

Former New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree — best known for making a famous catch against his helmet during Super Bowl XLII — spoke out against gay marriage Wednesday, claiming it is the first step towards “anarchy.”

In an interview with anti-gay group the National Organization for Marriage, Tyree also said two men or two women were incapable of raising a child, TMZ reported.

“You can’t teach something that you don’t have, so two men will never be able to show a woman how to be a woman,” the 31-year-old said.

The issue of same-sex unions is currently under the spotlight in New York, with the state assembly late Wednesday passing a gay marriage bill that will next go before state senators.

“If two men will never be able to show a woman how to be a woman,” and all that stuff, then what should we do with all the one-parent households out there?

While the ideal parenting partnership is a mom and a dad, I’d imagine two parents would be better than a single parent. Wouldn’t it?

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June 17, 2011 at 4:19 pm

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So the Boson Bruins are the new Stanley Cup Champions, having bested the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.

I was pulling for Vancouver, but Boston more than deserved to win. When you only show up for less than half the games, you don’t deserve a series.

When Boston lost, they lost in competitive games. Vancouver seemed to take each of their three away games off.

And what the hell happned to Roberto Luongo?

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June 16, 2011 at 3:21 pm

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The Caverick Life

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This coming from Mr. “I’m Taking Mental Notes” himself.

After his Miami Heat lost the NBA Finals to the Dallas Mavericks Sunday, LeBron James was asked about the fans who’ve rooted against him since he publicly dumped his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, on ESPN’s The Decision.

In response, James told the haters to get a life, according to the Associated Press.

“All the people that were rooting on me to fail, at the end of the day they have to wake up tomorrow and have the same life that they had before they woke up today. They have the same personal problems they had today. I’m going to continue to live the way I want to live and continue to do the things that I want to do with me and my family and be happy with that. So they can get a few days or a few months or whatever the case may be on being happy about not only myself, but the Miami Heat not accomplishing their goal. But they got to get back to the real world at some point.”

Guy’s actually right. There are a bunch of people that take sports WAY too seriously. However, when you acknodlege the “haters” you only fan the flames. Now if that’s your gameplan, then so be it. But for some reason I doubt that.

And LOL John Kasich.

John Kasich, governor of James’ home state of Ohio, has issued a resolution making the Mavs “honorary” Ohioans for beating James’ Miami Heat in the Finals.

The Ohio’s governor’s resolution doesn’t name the ring-less King James, who became persona non grata among many sports fans in the Buckeye State after dumping the Cleveland Cavaliers on ESPN’s The Decision for the Heat.

But Kasich heaps praise on the Mavs for their “loyalty, integrity and teamwork.” It singles out NBA Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki for forgoing free agency last summer “thus remaining loyal to the team, city and fans for whom he played his entire career.”

Cavaliers fans still disappointed about James’ departure dubbed the Mavs the “Mavaliers” and “Cavericks” during the Finals. Kasich says “the proud city of Cleveland and the entire state of Ohio share in the excitement of Dallas Mavericks fans everywhere.”

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June 14, 2011 at 3:17 pm

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So Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco recently tweeted the following: “Wow only 29% of women have orgasms? How can this happen and who are there partners? Explore kind mates explore like Christopher Columbus.”

Now move the decimal point one space to the left and you get the number of men who care. Please note this number also includes for the usual 3 percent margin of error you get in these surveys.

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June 14, 2011 at 2:55 pm

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Dirka Dirka Mohammad Jihad

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What a beautiful day. The humidity is nonexistent. There is a nice breeze. But best of all, there is no Heat.


The Dallas Mavericks won the NBA title last night. Here are/were my thoughts.

— It feels so anti-climatic whenever the road team wins the clinching game. Here’s another downside: The fans aren’t there to cheer loud and drown out Stuart Scott. Boo-urns.

— Before the game started, I made a comment that if the Mavs won I hoped Dirk Nowitzki would just walk off the court and not acknowledge the clowns who mocked his sickness a few days ago.

Dirk Nowitzki said Saturday that Dwyane Wade and LeBron James were “a little childish, a little ignorant” in a video that appears to show them mocking the Mavericks star’s recent illness.

Wade said he really did cough and turned it into a generic joke because cameras were rolling. He and James blamed others for trying to make a big deal out of it.

Imagine how hard I laughed when Dirk did just that.

And then imagine how much harder I laughed when I saw Chris Bosh collapse while in the tunnel.

I kinda felt bad afterward for laughing because I don’t have anything against Bosh. However, he was guilty by association.

— I LOVE the fact this series (in my opinion) turned around after the HEEL-tles were showboating during Game 2 when they had a double-digit lead with seven minutes left in the fourth quarter.

— I didn’t watch every moment of the Finals, but I did watch this game. Man, the Heat were playing tense. There were several possessions it seemed the ENTIRE TEAM was avoiding taking the open shot in favor of driving down the lane and passing to someone else so that person could drive and dish.

— With so many great players who just missed out on winning a championship (Karl Malone and Charles Barkley to name a few), it’s good to know that Jason Kidd and Dirk will have a title to their name.

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June 13, 2011 at 2:12 pm

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How Does Retirement Taste?

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This happened last week, but I still wanted to mention it.

The Shaq Daddy called it a career.

Shaquille O’Neal, one of the most dominant centers in pro basketball history, announced his retirement Wednesday. Both on and off the court, he was an original not likely to be duplicated.

He signed with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1999 and won three consecutive NBA championships in 2000, 2001, and 2002. He was named MVP of the NBA Finals all three times and had the highest scoring average for a center in NBA Finals history. The Lakers have said they will retire his No. 34 jersey.

After feuding with the Lakers’ other superstar, Kobe Bryant, O’Neal was traded to the Miami Heat in 2004, winning a fourth NBA championship in 2006. He finished out his career with stints at the Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Boston Celtics.

Did he stay a bit too long? Perhaps. But I don’t care. I love Shaq.

When Shaq announced his retirement last week, the question was brought up by the sports media of where he ranks among the all-time greats. Here’s my insta-thoughts.

First off, I don’t compare athletes from different eras, so Wilt and Russell are out.

Kareem? I have to put Shaq below him. Can’t defend a sky-hook.

Hakeem? I also have to put Shaq below him. Then again, I’m also a huge Hakeem fan. If memory serves (and if Wikipedia is accurate), they both played well head-to-head in the 1995 NBA finals. However, Hakeem seemed to play just a little bit better.

David Robinson? I’d put Shaq above him.

Tim Duncan? Depends if you think Duncan a center or power forward. I actually think Duncan is more versitile, but I’d put Shaq above him. Duncan may be a better player, but I think O’Neal is a better center, if that makes any sense.

Moses Malone? Oh this is tough for me. I love Moses, but I have to put Shaq above him. Moses was a damn hard worker, but I think O’Neal would have bested him because of his size.

So there you have it. I have Shaq ranked third (possibly second) on the list of top centers of the last 30 or so years. What’s the best way to send out the Big Shactus?

Do you want me to (free throw) shoot it? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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June 10, 2011 at 4:32 pm

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Cross-Commonwealth Rivalry

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So last night I heard the Pirates set an all-time attendance record for one game, and I thought “Wow, maybe the Pirates ARE turning it around.”

Then I read today’s fishwrap.

So, this is what the playoffs would feel like at PNC Park.

The largest crowd in stadium history came to its feet in the ninth inning Saturday night and howled at Pirates closer Joel Hanrahan.

“It was the loudest I’ve ever heard this stadium,” Hanrahan said. “There was probably 20,000 fans screaming for me to blow it.”

That might be an overestimate, but not by much. The sellout crowd of 39,441 included thousands of red-clad Philadelphia Phillies fans, many of whom arrived in chartered buses from across the state.

Hanrahan was called upon to nail down a four-run lead. But then it was sliced to three runs, and the Phillies had the bases loaded. Slugger Chase Utley came to the plate as the potential go-ahead run with two outs.

And PNC Park was a madhouse.

“I tried to take it easy, relax a little bit and not get too amped up,” Hanrahan said. “You’ve got to be able to control it and focus.”

Utley flied out to left field, triggering a round of fireworks to cap the Pirates’ 6-3 victory and bring them within a game of .500 at 28-29.

“That was the most energized crowd I’ve ever pitched in front of,” starter Charlie Morton said. “There was a lot of hostility toward us, a lot of Philly fans. There also were a lot of supportive fans. It was an unbelievable atmosphere — pretty awesome.”

I’ll say this: The Pirates are demonstrably better this year than in the last decade-plus. Good for them. Hell, they are only one game under .500.

Err, make that two games under .500. They had an afternoon contest today.

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June 5, 2011 at 7:50 pm

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Game 2 Surprise

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This is why I try to wait and find out what the final score is to a game before commenting on the contest.

As I was watching Game 2 between the Mavs and Heat, I watched Miami pull away in the third quarter. It was getting late and I had to wake up for work the next morning. I turned off the game, figuring Miami was going to go up 2-0. I was also going to make a comment that this series reminded me of the 2008 election. Why did I have this flashback? Because as time went on, I resigned myself to the Muslim Wookie Fucker becoming the next occupier of the White House. I had that same feeling for Game 1 and much of Game 2 regarding the heat. I didn’t want Miami to win the title, but there was nothing I could do but watch.

Then a funny thing happened.

The Mavericks won Game 2 by a score of 95-93.

I have HOPE~!!!

Actually, it won’t be the end of the world if the Heat win the NBA title. I like Dwyane Wade. I also like Mike Bibby. It’s just LeBron I don’t want to see win, which in the grand scheme of things isn’t a big deal. Besides, it’s not like King James has declared a jihad on my health insurance.

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June 3, 2011 at 9:34 am

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2011 Stanley Cup Prediction

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Western Canada vs. Massholes. Who do you think I’m pulling for?

I normally don’t pull for teams, but I do have a bias toward western Canadian hockey teams.

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June 1, 2011 at 4:23 pm

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Manchester U Gets The Boot

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So yesterday I watched the UEFA title game yesterday between Barcelona and Manchester United.

I don’t know much about soccer, but I know an ass-kicking when I see one.

Because I watched mostly English Premier League soccer this season, I was much more familiar with Manchester United than Barcelona. To see England’s best team get beat 3-1 told me all I needed to know about the talent on Spain’s top club, not to mention the 70-30 ball possession differential.

This was my first season of watching European soccer, and I enjoyed it. One thing I REALLY liked was that the games took place Saturday/Sunday mornings, which was perfect filler for when American sports such as football and basketball started.

I’ll surely be watching more soccer in the future.

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May 29, 2011 at 9:56 pm

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Shark Tanked

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Even though the Sharks fans pissed me off in Game 7 of the previous playoff round and I pulled for the Red Wings that game, I’m not sweating the fact Detroit was unable to come through in the clutch when it mattered (for me).

But after watching this first game in the Western Conference Finals against Vancouver, I don’t think I have to worry about the Sharks advancing any further.

Officially, it will go into the books as a third-period comeback win for the Vancouver Canucks.

But really, its seeds were sown late in the second period when the Canucks buzzed all around San Jose goalie Antti Niemi for what seemed like an eternity.

They didn’t score during one of the longest goal-mouth scrambles you’ll ever see, but the game changed right there. When it was over, the Canucks had a 3-2 win in the opener of the Western Conference final and the Sharks were exhausted.

Now I know why the Sharks call their arena the “Shark Tank.” They collapsed in the third period.

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May 16, 2011 at 10:30 pm

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McNabb Coats Are Sold Out

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I never saw Donovan McNabb as an extra coat wearer, ever … ever.

Bernard Hopkins has a big title fight coming up in 10 days. But first, he leveled a figurative punch on Washington Redskins QB Donovan McNabb.

Hopkins, a Philadelphia-based fighter, assailed McNabb and questioned his character in a racially-charged tirade.

He told reporters on Tuesday in the run-up to his fight that McNabb — whom Hopkins knows from McNabb’s days with the Philadelphia Eagles — is neither black enough or tough enough.

“Forget this,” said Hopkins, who is black, while pointing to his skin (via Philly.com). “He’s got a suntan. That’s all.”

Hopkins denounced McNabb as lacking the toughness of other NFL players and said he benefited from a privileged childhood. He said McNabb assimilated too easily with team executives around the Eagles.

He said McNabb lacked a toughness that current Eagles QB Michael Vick and former Eagles WR Terrell Owens have.

“McNabb? Great. Skills? Throw the ball? Great. But there was something missing,” Hopkins said. “Vick? He understands. And T.O. – same cloth.”

He contrasted McNabb’s and Owens’ relationships with Eagles executives. Said Hopkins: “T.O. got (into) the boardroom and saw the way they talked to McNabb. Coming from where he (comes from) – that’s strange to some white people, when a black man speaks.”

Hopkins did throw one bit of praise at McNabb when he said he was a “nice guy” whom he’d “trust him around my kids.”

McNabb’s publicist, Rich Berg, told Philly.com that McNabb wouldn’t respond to Hopkins’ comments.

Shoot, the extra coat-wearer comment wasn’t in this article. Here we go.

“Why do you think McNabb felt he was betrayed? Because McNabb is the guy in the house, while everybody else is on the field. He’s the one who got the extra coat. The extra servings. ‘You’re our boy,’ ” Hopkins said, patting a reporter on the back in illustration. “He thought he was one of them.”

Yeah, how dare McNabb’s parents try to raise a well-adjusted individual? That ain’t hood.

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May 15, 2011 at 12:36 pm

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Shark Spangled Banter

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And for one night I’m a Red Wings fan. That’s what happens when the Game 7 home crowd hoots and hollers during the National Anthem. Come on, Sharks fans, show some respect.

There’s a difference between singing a country’s anthem and being a bunch of assholes.

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May 12, 2011 at 7:23 pm

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The Broadcasting Biz Is Cold-Blooded

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Gus Johnson out at cBS? The free market can be a cruel place sometimes.

Beloved college basketball announcer Gus Johnson will be leaving CBS Sports after he and the network could not reach a deal on a new contract, according to Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch

Johnson should have no problem finding a new gig, but it’s still shocking that the network would let an employee who has become synonymous with the excitement of March Madness (their signature event) just walk away.

Thanks to “The Law of Gus,” Johnson is one of the few announcers that sports fans actually ask for by name.

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May 9, 2011 at 9:37 pm

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Flying Out Of The Playoffs

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The only reason I’d want a Philadelphia team in any kind of postseason is to see them swept out.

Milan Lucic scored twice, Johnny Boychuk got the go-ahead goal, and the Boston Bruins stopped any chance of another historic comeback by the Philadelphia Flyers with a 5-1 win Friday night that completed a sweep of the Eastern Conference semifinal series.

Philadelphia used to be our nation’s capital, and then the politicians said, “This is too scummy, even for us.”

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May 6, 2011 at 9:40 pm

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I Believe A Tweet Could Take A Truther Down Demolition Style

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You go delete your Truther Tweet, Rashard Mendenhall. That’ll fix it.

Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall is being criticized on social media sites for Twitter posts that question celebrations of the death of Osama bin Laden.

“What kind of person celebrates death? It’s amazing how people can HATE a man they have never even heard speak. We’ve only heard one side …,” Mendenhall wrote in a post on Monday afternoon. “I believe in God. I believe we’re ALL his children. And I believe HE is the ONE and ONLY judge.”

When another Twitter poster suggested that bin Laden wasn’t responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Mendenhall responded: “We’ll never know what really happened. I just have a hard time believing a plane could take a skyscraper down demolition style.”

Now while most people are celebrating the death of Osama bin Shithead, there are a few people who aren’t taking joy in the death of this fuckwit. And I can actually respect that. If you don’t believe it’s right to celebrate in the death of another person, no matter how heinous s/he may have been, then that’s your right.

However, to question if a plane could take down a skyscraper…. well, maybe Mendenhall’s Super Bowl fumble never really happened and it was all a big conspiracy to get Lombardi back to Titletown.

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May 6, 2011 at 6:57 pm

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To Round Reshuffle Or Set Seeds In Stone?

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So I’m watching the NBA/NHL playoffs this year, as I always do in the spring, and I got the thinking. What makes the better playoff — automatic reseeding after every round like the NHL or brackets set in stone like the NBA?

After much thought, and 30 seconds later, I decided that while I like set brackets better, automatic reseeding gives a bigger reward to the teams that had the better regular-season record. This in turn actually makes the regular season more relevant.

Even though I wouldn’t mind automatic reseeding for the NBA or NHL, I’d keep the brackets set for March Madness. For obvious reasons, of course.

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April 27, 2011 at 8:59 pm

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Serie Blah

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If Serie A is all the Italians have to watch, no wonder that country always goes on strike. This stuff is borderline unwatchable. I’m talking MLS stuff here.

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April 24, 2011 at 12:42 pm

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Caught Reds-Handed

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Stealing $60 of stuff from Macey’s (allegedly). So all he took was a toothbrush and hair comb?

In a stunning case of alleged retail theft that makes little sense to anybody, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Mike Leake(notes) was arrested and booked Monday afternoon for allegedly stealing $59.88 worth of merchandise from a Macy’s department store in downtown Cincy.

The second-year right-hander, in case you’re wondering, makes $425,000 a year and received a $2.3 million signing bonus after being drafted out of Arizona State.

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April 21, 2011 at 11:55 am

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This Seed Is Sprouting At The Right Time

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Dang. When it comes to NBA, there’s a big difference between being an eighth seed in the East and an eighth seed in the West.

Memphis Grizzlies: 46-36

Indiana Pacers: 37-45

Heck, if Memphis was in the East, they would be the 5th seed.

And the sad thing is, from what I’ve seen of the Grizzlies/Spurs series, if Memphis bests the top seed, it wouldn’t be all that surprising.

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April 17, 2011 at 11:48 am

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Not Pumped About Finding New Nickname

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So after hearing the Muslim Wookie Fucker say this:

“I don’t pump gas now, but I remember what it was like pumping gas.”

I’m trying to create a new term of endearment for the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher.

Progressive Pumper? No.

Socialist Self-Server? Niet.

I’m drawing a blank. Damnit, and this has potential.

And I’m not even going to mention the media double-standard on this; if there was an “R” by the Muslim Wookie Fucker’s name, the articles talking about him being “out of touch” would already be published.

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April 9, 2011 at 10:25 pm

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