Come, take a tongue-in-cheek tour of Oregon's incredible new football facto...um, facility...and see if Uncle Phil's money makes this football building the cream of the crop. It's totally all for the kids, too. Just follow the link below (With some NSFW language.)
So, Johnny Manziel can't take cash for his autograph? But the NCAA, which is investigating him for doing just that, CAN make money by selling a jersey with "Football" written like a name on the back? Not that Manziel is the most likable guy in the world, but his money-for-my-mark story sure is making a mockery of a bad system -- something we HAD to put to music!
From his Steve Spurrier golf visor to his down-home accent, Jason Sudeikis is the perfect hard-ass 'Mur'can football coach -- except he's been named head coach of Tottenham Hostspur of the English Premier League. "Coach Lasso" has some catching up to do -- like that kicking the ball over the goal isn't three points.
Yeah, Riley Cooper said it. You won't believe it, but he said it. At a Kenny Chesney concert in his best sleeveless-with-a-collar (?!) plaid shirt, the Eagles wide receiver set himself on a tee for Commissioner Roger Goodell (and everyone else) to kick. Click the link below to see the uncensored video.
That Will Do takes a quick look at Johnny Manziel's UT frat party foray, David Ortiz telephone tirade and the Panama's protection -- or lack thereof -- for certain "parts" of its men's national soccer team in Gold Cup play...Let's just say you'd think they'd have used SOME kind of cup!
Ryan Braun is gone. A-Rod gets the next nod. Melky could be sulky. Biogenesis CEO Tony Bosch's testimony is pegging PED-enhanced baseball player after player across the country like pins on a map, and because Braun accepted the punishment, Bosch's word is now gold.
That sound you hear is the air coming out of the UTEP basketball program’s balloon.
The Miners probably wouldn’t tell us how many season tickets holders they gained because of Isaac Hamilton and the other golden children in UTEP’s Top-10 recruiting class even if they could; but it was probably sizable or head coach Tim Floyd would never have told the El Paso Times, “People have bought season tickets based on our having Isaac."
That certainly set off the national media. Click the link below to see my column on who loses most in this deal.
A NECK Line caller got us thinking when he said for awhile he thought Lisa was Fernie in drag. Hmmm...Fernie and Lisa have both said people think they're related when they're together in public, and Fernie has been in drag to represent KLAQ before. What do you think?
Television news is serious business. Really. In part, that's because it takes a huge team effort to do anything. A successful TV newscast has many moving parts that must work together, like San Francisco's KTVU noon news with this piece on the Asiana Airlines crash that will make your jaw drop. From the chyron guy who creates the obviously fake and highly objectionable graphic, to the producer who calls to put the graphic on air, to the anchor who mindlessly reads it word-for-word, this took teamwork!
More than a few El Paso front-runners could take a lesson or two from Scott Entsminger. You have to have a special kind of passion to follow the Cleveland Browns literally all your life -- and never be rewarded. So you'll excuse his last request if it seems a little harsh.
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