…from the National Association of Basketball Coaches Board. Sorry, I don’t know why that part of the title got cut off. But while you’re here, why don’t you listen to read my bitching about the NCAA.
Right on cue, Tom Izzo resigned from the NABC Board in protest of incoherent NCAA transfer policy. Marquette transfer Joey Hauser was denied a waiver, while countless others are inexplicably granted. https://t.co/TzYGpT1KQu
There aren’t too many better television characters from our generation than Dennis Reynolds on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I feel like just about anyone who watches the show can see a little bit of themselves in Dennis no matter how dark his sociopathic behavior is. I’m not saying we’re all sociopaths (we are), but Dennis is the perfect blend of common man and too-crazy-to-be-real that we all love to watch.
His commute back and forth to work after moving to the suburbs for an episode proved that no matter how bitchin’ your 1993 Range Rover is, you’re just as susceptible of crossing paths with fat cows and stupid bitches like the rest of us.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go explain to my co-workers why I’m covered in blood. (It’s because I had to slit the guy’s throat who causes all the traffic. Dennis’ words, not mine).
Here’s some soothing Brian Adams to help bring your blood pressure down. It didn’t seem to help Dennis but maybe it’ll work for you.
I haven’t really followed the whole James Wiseman Saga at Memphis for the past few weeks. I remember hearing word that the top NBA Draft prospect from Memphis was getting suspended and thought “huh, that sucks. At least Cincinnati can continue to be Penny Hardaway’s daddy now that he won’t be a factor.” Well… not so fast my friend. It turns out both match-ups with the Bearcats fall after the NCAA’s date of January 12th to clear Wiseman. Under one condition. Continue reading →
The Bengals are 0-10 after their most recent loss to the Raiders, but we’re not totally pessimistic about this teams performance. We’re hoping they can keep losing so that they have the worst record, and can get the best draft pick. Not much else going on in the sports world, but we find a way to mess with Jeff at the end. Enjoy the show!
Ryan Finley made his NFL debut this weekend, and looked very much like a quarterback making his first NFL start. He made a few good throws but had his fair share of mistakes and it’s safe to say the Bengals still need to focus on a QB in the first round of the draft. We briefly discuss the past weekend’s LSU vs. Alabama matchup and speculate on how the Bengals are going to screw up the draft by not taking either teams’ QB.
Breaking news! Andy Dalton has been benched, and we’re coming at you with an emergency podcast to discuss today’s events. We have mixed feelings about the Dalton situation, and wish him nothing but the best in the future. Thank you Andy!