Saturday, May 16, 2009
brought to you by the Preakness-inspred Oak Ridge Boys...about the 3:00 minute mark, it gets a lil scary. Enjoy the sunshine no matter where you are.....why don't they cover Ice-T's
L.G.B.N.A.F. what you never heard of that old song....it is not for the kids by any means but you shall google the song if you were in junior high or high school in the late 1980- early 1990's......here is the link but not safe for lil ears
As for the Preakness winner, I predict Pioneerof The Nile (he will whip the chick horse)....but what do I know!
As for scouring the internet for other ridiculous items, here With Leather has a clip, where the manager is to blame since the reliever could intentionally walk a batter if he wanted to.....he almost wild pitched 5 times before completing the wild pitch walk off loss...unreal, and I can only think it has to be some independent league somewhere in back in the Northeast or maybe some woodbat league, like the one that was featured in the movie SUMMER CATCH
Posted by StatueLeft at 5/16/2009 02:34:00 PM
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
6'4 1/4" 220 pounds
Vertical: 31 1/2 "
Broad Jump" 10' 2" ( would have ranked the #1 rated QB out of the 2009 class, with Josh Freeman coming in first at the combine at 9ft 11 inches)
Hang Clean: 301 pounds
40 Yd. Dash: 4.81 ( would have ranked tied for #3 with Matthew " Do not call me Matt" Stafford. Pat White was first in the 40 yard dash this past February, followed by Stephen McGee. NFL.com has Stafford running a 4.82)
From 2009 NFL Combine:
Matt Stafford 6'2" 225 pounds
40 Yd. Dash: 4.81
Broad Jump: 8' 11"
Mark Sanchez 6'2" 227 pounds
Broad Jump: 9'8"
40 Yard Dash: 4.88
Friday, May 1, 2009
Here is the link to the article
My main issue is the comment surrounding the economy being to blamed vs the season ticket pricing increase.....
Guerricabeitia said the economy, and not rising ticket prices, were behind many of the drops.
"We're hearing a lot of economic hardships," Guerricabeitia said.
On the flip side, I understand that in order to keep up with the other Top 25 programs, BSU needs to pay for these costs and that usually comes on the back of the ticket buyers. BSU's season ticket pricing is relatively inexpensive compared to other top 25 programs but the only caveat is that the other Top 25 programs entertain enticing home schedules vs what BSU has been putting out over the years.
What if the seats go empty, and then BSU is forced to reduce their ticket pricing? ( Highly unlikely but it did occur at the New Yankee Stadium)
Has to be one of the funnier names in horse racing....from cnnsi's hot links page, I found this link...
Wonder if we need to call out this wolf to get rid of the Swine Flu
Have a great weekend.....and thanks to Deadspin, Barstool Sports and Awful Announcing for pimping my blog last week....
If you want a LOST recap, click here
Posted by StatueLeft at 5/01/2009 01:40:00 PM