Saturday, April 28, 2007
Posted by StatueLeft at 4/28/2007 06:04:00 PM
First off, Steve Young was sippin on the syrup a lil too early in the broadcast and missed on the most impressive and obvious "woulda/coulda/shoulda" and guessed Brady Quinn at the 3rd slot.
Hello...what was ol' #8 thinking? Post concussion syndrome is clearly evident when he opined that the Browns needed to select Brady Quinn.
However here is where the most undiagnosed conspiracy theory is being overlooked.
I could have sworn that the Commish whispered under his breath Jared Zabransky ( 26 second mark on the clip) when announcing the 3rd overall pick. Instead it appears that the Commish has been instructed to go with known amateur fisherman, Joe Thomas. I smell an investigation similiar to the Warren Commission in the near future.
Luckily, the next shot is not of Joe Thomas but of a sulking but more shocked Brady Quinn. Luckily the camera pans to some hottie who wants to make Brady Quinn her " Tom Brady Baby Daddy"(don't believe me, read the sign she is holding)....but then some idiots get in the way of the best looking hoodrat in the venue.....stinking Jets Fans.....
Luckily, the crowd picks up on the conspiracy theory surrounding the Zabransky/Thomas/Quinn selectionand they start chanting "Cleveland sucks, Cleveland sucks..."----another no-brainer by the Jets Fans.
Posted by StatueLeft at 4/28/2007 05:09:00 PM
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Yonder Mountain doing their thing at the Big Sleasy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x49Id3dGobcComing to town tomorrow night...See them for an interesting good time for hipster/funkster/bluegrass tunes.....see ya at the show...Jagermeister is a plenty but looks like a RED AND BULL VODKA night.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Sunday, April 22, 2007
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Friday, April 13, 2007
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Posted by StatueLeft at 4/12/2007 10:12:00 PM
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
The Question not asked by Don Imus? ( I nominate Heather Zurich to answer the all important question)
Shaven or Unshaven?
(Notice the school colors of our favorite local junior college making an appearance)
Why isn't Imus being accused of not asking the tough questions during this p.r. nightmare?
#12 KATIE ADAMS
G Jr. 5-10 Ogden/Ogden, UT
As a Scarlet Knight: Has played in 38 games for the Scarlet Knights, making three starts ... Is averaging 0.4 point and 0.3 rebound per game.
As a sophomore (2005-2006): Played in 19 games for the Scarlet Knights, starting twice ... Averaged 0.6 point and 0.4 rebound per game ... Had career bests of five points and two assists against North Florida Nov. 25 at the Junkanoo Jam ... Converted a pair of free throws against Seton Hall Jan. 14 ... Scored four points in the game’s first four minutes against Louisville Jan. 21 ... Had a career-best four rebounds against TCU March 21 in the NCAA Tournament second round.
As a freshman (2004-2005): Played in 19 games for the Scarlet Knights, making one start ... Averaged 0.2 point and 0.3 rebound per game ... Collected two rebounds in her collegiate debut against Rider Nov. 20 ... Had a steal against Princeton Dec. 8 ... Scored her first career points with a three-pointer against Pittsburgh Jan. 11 ... Had two rebounds and an assist against Georgetown Jan. 13 ... Made her first collegiate start Feb. 6 against Syracuse ... Was named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
Prior to Rutgers: Averaged 18.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 6.2 steals per game as a senior at Ogden High School, shooting 53.2 percent from three-point range ... A three-time captain and four-year starter, she was twice named a first-team all-state selection by three different associations ... The state single-season record holder for steals (193), she was a three-time all-area and all-region selection, shared Most-Valuable-Player honors in the region, and was recognized as a U.S. Marine Corp Distinguished Athlete ... A McDonald’s All-America nominee, she was named her team’s MVP three times, and was Ogden’s female Gold Watch winner, given to the best athlete ... As a junior, she averaged 16.0 points, 5.6 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 7.7 steals per contest ... A standout in the classroom, Adams owned a 4.0 grade point average and ranked first in a class of 320 students ... She also excelled on the track, finishing third at the 2004 state meet in the two-mile run (11:40) ... Parents are Ted and Donna Adams ... Has four brothers and one sister ... Is majoring in psychology and exercise science at Rutgers College.
#21 HEATHER ZURICH
F So. 6-1 Pascack Valley/Montvale, NJ
As a freshman (2005-2006): Played in 20 games for the Scarlet Knights, making one start ... Averaged 1.0 point and 0.4 rebound per game ... Made her collegiate debut against North Florida Nov. 25 at the Junkanoo Jam, collecting two points in five minutes ... Scored three points against Bethune-Cookman Nov. 29 ... Posted five points and three rebounds against Old Dominion Dec. 9 ... Made her first start Jan. 14 against Seton Hall.
Prior to Rutgers: Averaged 19.3 points, 8.9 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a senior at Pascack Valley High School ... Was named the 2005 Star-Ledger Player of the Year ... Earned a spot on the Star-Ledger, Record and Associated Press All-State First Teams ... Scored 1,798 career points and led Pascack Valley to a four-year record of 106-9 ... Won four league titles ... Pascack Valley posted a 29-2 mark in 2005, winning the Group 2 state title and advancing to the semifinals of the Tournament of Champions ... Averaged 18 points per game as a junior ... A participant at the 2004 adidas All-America Camp, she was named to the Associated Press All-State Third Team, The Record All-Region First (2004) and Second (2003) Teams, the All-State Underclass First Team (2003), and the Star-Ledger All-County First Team (2003-2004) ... Played for Jeff Jasper, who coached former Scarlet Knight Cappie Pondexter in the 2001 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-America Game ... Also played club ball with the Central Jersey Hawks ... Is enrolled at Rutgers College ... Parents are George and Lorrie Zurich ... Is the oldest of three children.
If you missed out on an earlier reported player bio snafu, here is the recap:
Sunday, April 8, 2007
Friday, April 6, 2007
Easiest way to see these pics in good detail is by clicking on them
This vehicle just made me laugh....and I needed it.
The best part of this pic is the classic "hands to the face" by Clady on some poor soul
Towards the end of the scrimmage, Tharp overthrows wideout
Coach Pete eyes ballcarrier( possibly Jarvis Hodge w/ blueshirt hanging out)
Lomax gets clobbered ( hidden on left side behind referee)
Lomax actually escaped this rush, on an undesigned rollout
Avery about to punch the ball in but fumbles....
Sweet play where Key runs cross field for an easy throw and catch for a touchdown.....perhaps with some help from the referee who might/might not have been used as a pick.
Bush threw the td pass and pointed to 3 guys in the upper deck on the west side seats, who were celebrating
All day to throw, provided by the o-line
Tharp with all the time in the world, RT is pancaking some poor soul
Bush rolling out, eluding Acrey #52
Avery taking the ball before absolutely getting crushed by a d-lineman
The TWO HEAD HONCHOS discuss the weather, which was incredible
Tharp on a bootleg where he got hit near the sideline, about 5 Yard gain
Tharp handing off
Gore and Clady...could/should be dominating
Coughlin drops back
Coughlin to Childs
Coughlin better get rid of the ball
Coughlin attempting to juke the db
Good pocket to throw in
Avery about to take it outside
Bush in shotgun
Lomax to Silsby#32 in the flat
Bush in shotgun
Bush to Surratt about to unfold
Julian Hawkins quite possibly.....
Lucariello hobbles in...
Jeff Caves (standing) and Brian Murphy manning the KTIK booth