Sunday, December 23, 2007

Jeff Foster does what Conseco security can't

You'd think that having a half-empty Fieldhouse would allow security and ushers to corrall this kid, but Kyle Spear's favorite Pacer (#10) saves the day.

Friday, December 21, 2007

10 Year Anniversary of Bill Polian & Colts

Ten years ago we were a franchise with a lone AFC title run in 15 years of embarrassment. Marvin Harrison wore #8 and Tarik Glenn was an undersized 23-yr-old starter. Through drafts alone Polian has built a potent offense via the SEC and da U: Peyton Manning, Edge (now Joe Addai), and Reggie Wayne. After adding Hall of Famers Tony Dungy and Dwight Freeney, the Colts focused on the BigTen: Hawkeyes Dallas Clark & Bob Sanders, UM's Marlin Jackson, and more Buckeyes than just Anthony Gonzales.

The 2006 WORLD CHAMPS have also achieved:
• 5 consecutive DIVISION BANNERS.
• 5 consecutive seasons of 12+ victories, the first time that has been achieved in the NFL's 88-year history
• the only team in NFL history to win 75% 5 consecutive years (AFC SOUTH is ranked #1)
• A place alongside the Green Bay Packers of '29-31 as the only teams to start 3 consecutive seasons 7-0 or better: 13-0, 9-0 and 7-0
• The Colts are the only NFL franchise to keep its starting QB & offensive coordinator/line coach (Tom Moore/Howard Mudd) together for the past 10 seasons. RB coach Gene Huey is the longest-tenured assistant in team history: 16 seasons, 254 games (Marshall Faulk, Edge, Joe Addai).
• They've fielded a top-four offense each of the past five years. Not to mention they draw killer ratings on prime time TV.

When our free agents leave, they 0ften 0penly 0pt f0r d0-0vers. When they stay, they have access to his private jet, Pro-Bowls and performance bonuses. No wonder Bill Polian has won NFL Executive of the Year 5 times...

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Apparently our local thugs don't play fantasy basketball

With apologies to Jason Whitlock...
This doesn't happen in the Indiana I love. This Indiana hosts sellout High School gymnasiums larger than it's own town size. We worship free throws and 17 year old boys. John Wooden. Butler Bulldogs. Larry Bird. Bob Knight. "Hoosiers". Unfortunately we also have claim to Zeke, Shawn Kemp, and Purdue.
Tin-man's averaging career highs in assists, steals, rebounds, FT%, minutes as well as TOs (3.6 highest since rookie year, 3.4). Although he's on an NBA roster without any NBA-level backup (see Andre Owens, Travis Diener). He's thriving within this offense, especially when Jermaine doesn't play, his tempo is faster and better suited for his free-style. Jim O'Brien's doing a good job recognizing how to utilize these players to their potential, knowing full well we are no longer championship material. ohwell
So tomorrow we'll be saying "free JT" or "R.I.P. JT", but inside I'll be thankful for the eventual upgrade... whomever that may be.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

They scream 'Free Pimp C' but now they see the Pimp free

One Day You're Here, and then You're Gone

SchrockStar's Top 10 [feat.] Pimp C tracks:

1. Big Pimpin (w/ Jay-Z) "Uhhh, now what y'all know bout them Texas boys!?"
2. Murda Man Dance (w/ Spice 1) "I'm from Port Arther Texas where the hatin is high. Just for the record fuck you bitches you hos aint fly."
3. Sippin on Some Sizzurp (w/ Three Six Mafia) "If you got 16, you can get a biz-zerd. I'm choking on that doja sweet and sipping on that sizz-erp"
4. International Players Anthem (w/ Outkast) "Some hoes wanna choose but them bitches too scary. Your bitch chose me, you aint a pimp you a fairy"
5. White Girl (w/ E-40 & Juelz Santana) "Ya already know they eat nuts like a squirrel. Let me hit ya in your ass and bust nuts in your curl"
6. Do Your Time (w/ Luda, Beanie Sigel, & C-Murder) see subj head...
7. I Miss My Homies (w/ Master P & C-Murder) "So I just smoke my weed and try to clear my mind, I wish that I had the power to turn back the hands of time"
8. Akickdoe (w/ C-Murder) "Now get your mind right ninja and make a pimp rich, and never put trust in a TRICK ASS BITCH"

9. Front Back (w/ TI) "But I don't really wanna hit ya wit this hot thang - I just wanna get some brain in the turnin lane"
10. Get Throwed (w/ Jay-Z, Young Jeezy & Z-Ro) "Hittin the corner in the candy thang. Sittin on leather, grippin the grain"

Monday, December 03, 2007

Hoosiers play 13th game in Tempe on New Year's Eve

Our (7-5) Indiana Hoosiers have been invited to play in the Insight Bowl vs (6-6) Okay State Pokies. IU previously played in the (Copper) bowl in 1991, blanking Baylor 24-0. While the warm weather is nice, ending the 14-year drought is what makes this game so special. Students have been given the opportunity to order a free ticket, compliments of the IU Athletic Dept.
The final collegiate football game of 2007 will be broadcast on the NFL Network and will have a $1.2 million payout per team.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

§ NFL Power Rankings

Miami RedskinsR.I.P. #21
  1. Patriots - Their passing assault went from SUCK to SICK with the new additions
  2. Colts - losing Freeney was a major blow, but the Champs are likely to bounce back
  3. Cowboys - Most complete team in the NFC, should have no trouble in playoffs
  4. Steelers - They have what it takes to win it all this year, but first must fend off the Browns
  5. Packers - I remember the exact moment I jumped on the Pack's bandwagon this year: Tracy White's TD a minute into the season
  6. Chargers - Rivers is this year what un-Sexy Rexy was last year: wide QB-rating range
  7. Jaguars - a road matchup with the Colts will mean everything to this team, let's see if they show up
  8. Seahawks - let's see if Holmgren is just using the Tony Dungy method: resting his perennial Pro Bowler
  9. Saints - Reggie Bush is now the primary back, let's see if #25 can handle the load
  10. Giants - very similar to the Jaguars: great D-line, solid offense, and need new coach
  11. Eagles
  12. Browns
  13. Lions
  14. Bears
  15. Buccaneers
  16. Titans
  17. Redskins
  18. Broncos
  19. Texans
  20. Bills
  21. Vikings
  22. Panthers
  23. Chiefs
  24. Bengals
  25. Cardinals
  26. Rams
  27. Raiders
  28. Ravens
  29. 49ers
  30. Falcons
  31. Jets
  32. Dolphins

IU's James Hardy and Greg Middleton named 2nd Team All-Americans

Sophomore Greg Middleton leads the nation with a school-record 16 sacks and has recorded multiple sacks in six games this season. Middleton's sack total is tied for the fourth-highest in Big Ten history.
Middleton and Junior James Hardy also earned 1st team All-Conference honors, while sophomore QB Kellen Lewis, K Austin Starr and DB Tracy Porter were chosen on the 2nd team.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Everyone's thankful we're Hoosiers

A.Starr and EJ respectively earn Players of the Week, celebrating THE greatest weekend in Bloomington of 2007. The football team will be playing their first Bowl game since '93, the basketball team is undefeated and atop the BigTen, and the Men's Soccer squad is ranked #4 overall headed into the Sweet16.
Non-Btown News: The Indiana Pacers, Notre Dame Irish AND Superbowl Champion Indianapolis Colts all halted their 2-week (too weak?) losing streaks. The problem is the Irish are on a good note, at 2-and-whatever. With Freeney done for the year and more nagging injuries for Jim O'Brien's frontcourt, it's still amateurs over pros (...amateur's overprose!).

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Colts, Hoosiers, Irish roll!

And to make it a TRU § weekend: Cubs swept! Yankees eliminated! Purdon't loses! USC shocked at home! T-O almost clinched it, but his multiple chokings were harmless thanks to Nick Folk's heroics.

Steating and ChealingHere's to Trent Green never throwing another pass!

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

my only Reds post '07

Ken Griffey Jr - SchrockStar §
I haven't spoken here much about the Reds, but they deserve a 20-minute blogging. First off, I want to thank them for providing the smidge of interest I still have in baseball... Yankees/BoSox don't do it for me, I'd rather go to a bar and watch it.
► Secondly, Griffey had his best year (30 HR, 100 RBI) since his Reds debut campaign in '00. No player in baseball is more loved than Junior, and I couldn't be happier he's a Redleg.
► Finally: Phillips, Keppinger, Encarnacion and Votto shone bright as infielders plus Hamilton and Bruce in the OutField and I can be renewed again as a fan. Hopper and Dunn will be the weak joints but the Big Red Machine could come alive. Of course, that also depends on who will be in the rotation w/ Arroyo and Harang (Shearn? Belisle? Bailey? Cueto?) to get us into the playoffs. Remember, the Reds play in the shifty NL Central where division winner takes league crown too. As long as they're improving the front office and roster, things are good.

Veteran OFs + talented IFs + 2 Aces + 2 closers = World Series

Anyone who watches baseball knows the Reds bullpen needs improvement; will 2008 be the year?

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Rose Bowl?

Greg Middleton - Hoosiers Football
► IU's defense has emerged as the NCAA leader in sacks thanks to Indy's tandem of Greg Middleton (pictured above) and Will Patterson.
► Kellen Lewis should win BigTen PoW honors after his 5 TD performance, including 200 rushing yards.
► James Hardy is only 5 TDs shy of the school record (30) after only 21 games played.
► Austin Starr (no relation) has missed only one FG in 8 attempts, including a 48-yarder last week vs WMU. This wouldn't be a compelling statistic if you haven't followed IU football for the past decade, but it's a major boost when there's 3 or 4 games each season where IU is on the short end of a single-score deficit. It was so bad that PATs weren't automatic!
► I'm still not a fan of Head Coach Bill Lynch, especially with his horrific play-calling, but Hep's upperclassmen are shining with an undefeated record heading into BigTen play. Without Michigan or Ohio $tate on the schedule this year, the Hoosiers' chances of making a bowl game are as realistic as they've been since the Trent Green era. Speaking of the aging Dolphins QB, I offer you this gem from an IndyStar article regarding Bill Bellicheat:

But Miami Dolphins quarterback Trent Green was among those doubting the sincerity of Belichick's apology, comparing the coach to the megalomaniacal Marine played by Jack Nicholson in the movie "A Few Good Men."

"Belichick is sitting there, and you know he is getting peeved that he is even in there - the audacity to bring him in and question him," Green said, laughing. "The visual I have is that eventually Belichick kind of snapped and said, 'You're darn right I (did).'"

Friday, August 24, 2007

Google the Sky?

I swear, applications like this make my drive hard and my keyboard sticky. This is exactly why I'm naming my first newborn G'00gle (yep, those are zeroes. represent.)

Monday, July 23, 2007

Lucky Stars for IU & Colts, Pacers plight

We finally have proof that cheating occurs and an embarrassed David Stern will still be commish after this. Big Market players and teams will still receive special treatment like a BigTen home game and the half-empty arenas will resemble high school-ish atmosphere. At least Conseco was trying when they ran their extended promotion last season making general admission $4.

David Stern NBA fix
It's becoming miserable to root for my Pacers now, something I've never felt in my lifetime. As a lazy Reds fan, I'm used to it. But I no longer have my 4 die-hard teams, and as they say, some of my childhood is gone. I have a single piece of memorabilia at my crib, a J-O coozie. Conversely, I have over a dozen each Colts/Hoosiers/Irish gear...
Can we attribute the downfall starting with Larry (as owner, not coach)? I suggest we trade J-O for multiple draft picks & Ben Wallace. It's not a fix-all, but it's the best path back to Title Contender, as long as Donnie's calling the shots again. Paxson and Skiles would love J-O and the Bulls can certainly afford to donate draft picks - they don't need any with that roster. Also, I'd be able to heckle Wallace up to 41 times for $4/game.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Ex-Hoosiers, Gamblers and Babies

- Gerry DiNardo be joining Dave Revsine and Howard Griffith in the studio booth on the BigTen Network this fall. You probably don't care because you probably don't have DirectTV.

- Andre Owens is impressing new Pacers coach Jim O'Brien as they wrap up summer league play. Although Stevie Franchise and Brevin Knight are free agents, I think Larry is content with Jamaal until his contract runs out. The only way he'll be supplanted as starting PG is thru a major trade or next year's draft. They might be looking at picking up Jannero Pargo or Keith McLeod as well.

- The World Series of Poker ended today, and it really lived up to it's name. Jerry Yang, a 39-yr-old shrink from Laos took down 7 of the final 8 players at the final table which included a Brit, a Canuck, a Russian, a Vietnamese, an African and a Danish fellow. Yang took home $8.25 mil from the tournament that featured over 6,000 players with a $10k buy-in.

- A 17-yr-old girl from Indiana was on vacation in California this week and gave birth in a Denny's bathroom. She then stuffed the baby in the trash and tried denying it to her boyfriend and his parents. Police arrested the bloody girl and the baby is in good condition.

- A baby giraffe was born at the Indy Zoo this Sunday and he's already taller than me at 6'2".baby giraffe

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

The § Mid-Summer Recap

This was supposed to be a vacation, yet I wasn't able to sleep-in once this past week. Starting with a spur-of-the-moment road trip (is there any other kind?) with Nate, I was promptly issued a speeding ticket in a Work Zone. Then our plan of sneaking alcohol into the stadium was thwarted when we discovered you cannot buy liquor in downtown Cincinnati unless you cross the river over to Kentucky. Since we had already parked and began drinking, this was not an option. We decided to chug as many beers as possible to reach maximum intoxication by 7:05pm. Then one fairy hobo told us about a super-secret, foreigner-owned cigarette shop (is there any other kind?) a few blocks away that sells hard alcohol. We then scalped a pair of 4th row seats behind the Reds' dugout. I had large pockets, so security didn't bat an eye as I snuck in the fifth of Early Times. Just after we arrived at the stadium, we purchased 2 large Cokes and poured out half, mixing in the tasty bourbon whiskey. One sip and I already determined I was gonna end up heckling one of the Reds players by the end of the game. I expressed hope that Juan Castro was playing, but I settled with berating SS Alex Gonzales instead. Fortunate for us, there were two cute co-eds sitting beside us. Unfortunately, their dad was in between us and them. At some point, we grabbed the lead vs. the World Champion Cardinals, but alas the eighth inning was bound to arrive and the Reds bullpen surrendered their characteristic meltdown by a rookie pitcher. We did not stay for the fireworks.
On to Mt. Adams for more drinking, which is very easy to find if you just drive UP. We mingled with strangers til closing time, then we sat on some steps observing domestic violence between white trash: the dude karate-kicked his girlfriend and she dropped in the middle of Main Street clutching her abdomen in the fetal position. This was comedy. Some time later, I saw a gangly fellow with a cowboy hat on and a babe on his arm and said aloud "That guy looks like Homer Bailey" to which his response was "That's the name on my license!". Nate told me to go talk to him, but all I could think about was how I wish that was Junior instead of Homer.
I spent most of Saturday fighting off the hangover, until I was picked up by a Hummer full of college friends and taken to Deer Creek. We chased tequila shots with Heineken in the VIP lot until we heard Ben Folds begin to play. Again I snuck in liquor, but when I awoke Sunday AM I found a full flask of vodka, a sure sign of browning-out. The John Mayer concert is VERY fuzzy, but I did not lose my phone or get arrested, so it's a win in my book.
Tuesday night was a subdued night with Fam as we watched fireworks over the lake. Yawn.
Wednesday morning I drove down to Bloomington and picked up Shemmer (and lots of beer). We met up with Darren & co. on Lake Monroe and wasted away the holiday in party cove. As I was lying on a makeshift raft amongst best friends and beautiful girls while clutching a cold brew and peeing at the same time, I thought to myself "life does not get better than this". I will not mention the part about how someone decided it would be funny to jump off the speeding boat when the rental was already past due, because some people were not as drunk as others and it was not funny to them...
Speaking of, I had to high-tail it back to Indy that evening for Mags' party on Geist Reservoir. My breathalyzer said I was okay to drive, and I felt fine - albeit exhausted. I showered and grabbed a 12-pk of Corona before arriving at the Daniels/Krull joint-party just before sunset. There were very few faces I recognized, but plenty of entertainment. The rapport I built that night led to an invitation to a weekend getaway in Brown County. I was lucky enough to arrive earlier than most, thus securing a bed at the private cabin in the middle of Indiana's most famous State Park. Friday night we played many drinking games (everyone had beer but me). I do not remember the name of the exact game, but I was 'assigned' 12 drinks, so I was forced to chug my vodka on the rocks. Later, I recall answering the question "Are you drunk?" with "No, but I'm about to pass out". With no hangover the next day, I was more than happy to go hiking and canoeing and swimming and all that fun outdoorsy stuff, but the sun's rays were brutal and I eventually found myself watching Wimbledon; all I can say is "wow". There was much more partying that night, but because I'm sworn to secrecy I cannot divulge exactly what took place. Let's just say it was more fun than I had expected. There is no doubt I will be returning to the Aynes House in the future.
Stay tuned later this week for a recap if this is successful.

Monday, July 02, 2007

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Are ya workin hard or hardly workin?

In rare form today, I present you another post. You will love it... unless of course, you've never had an office job.

Colts claim Perkins off waivers

Taken in the fourth round by the Cleveland Browns 2 yrs ago, Antonio Perkins has decent size and speed. He left Oklahoma with 125 career tackles, 11 interceptions, 2 fumble recoveries and a sack. He registered one of the most spectacular individual performances in NCAA history by returning 3 punts for TDs against UCLA and returning 8 in his career, both NCAA records.

Perkins has never returned a punt in the NFL, but has collected 3 kickoffs, averaging 27½ yards.

This is hard for me to type, but I think I like Oklahoma U.
"But SchrockStar, I thought you only rooted for the home team?"
Tis true, but did you know there are over 30 Sooners in the NFL today? I bet you couldn't list more than Tommy Harris, Adrian Peterson and Roy Williams. They produce solid athletes with good character... and they also wear Crimson & Cream. Akin to the Irish/Hoosiers/Colts: the Sooners always abide by the rules and still win championships with class. Oh yeah, they also gave us 2-time CoY Kelvin Sampson. (I'd complain about the probation he brought, but I don't think it affected us.)
If I find it hard to tune into NBC on Saturdays this fall, I'll find myself tuning to FoxSports Sooner or later. You see what I did there? Zing.

Monday, June 18, 2007

This Week in § Sports:

Homer Bailey wins MLB debut

Colts receive their rings

Tiger nearly clinches playoff

As for LeBron? Well, we hardly knew ye...It's Mah Turn!

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Freddie Keiaho is the future

With the 2 picks the Colts made late last night it's safe to say we're not looking at ILB Brandon Siler. I was hoping maybe the Colts would love to add a National Champion to their roster of World Champions... or maybe his knee injury scurr'd them enough to go with CB Daymeion Hughes and this lovely fellow:
Are we obsessed with the Big Ten??

2007: 1-Anthony Gonzalez (O$U), 3-Quinn Pitcock ^^ (O$U)

2006: 1-Marlin Jackson (UM), 2-Kelvin Hayden (UI)

2005: 2-Bob Sanders (Iowa), 3-Ben Hartsock (O$U), 3-Gilbert Gardner (PU)

2004: 1-Dallas Clark (Iowa), 2-Mike Doss (O$U)

Throw in 3 more Wisconsin guys in those same years, plus 2 kickers (Rayner and Kimball) and it's quite obvious we love the Big10. I love the Roy Hall pick. This guy probably won't make the roster, but he will most likely be AG's rommie through camp, thus easing the transition for Peyton's new #3. Classy move akin to (IU?) bringing in a high school recruit's coach to the college staff.
Polian gave up next year's first round pick (for the third time since Dungy arrived) to select Tony Ugoh at pick #42.
Remember, Antoine Bethea was selected in the 6th round last year. Who's the secondary gem this year? Michael Coe? Brandon Condren?

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Dear Mr Oden,

When you hear your dad say, "Why wait when there's a chance of getting hurt?" know that it's his paternal duty to support you. He also thinks you're getting your degree in your off-season (haha). But then I read your ex-coach's comments:
"He's averaging like nine shots a game, and he's shooting 60 percent or better. It's frustrating for him," Jimmy Smith, Oden's first coach and one of his closest friends, said prior to the Final Four.
"They want him to play all this defense, then they want to go down and shoot the 3," Smith said. "By talking to him, I know it's frustrating to him that he doesn't get the ball as much as he should."
So you're frustrated about not getting more shots per game? What makes you think you'll get more shots in Memphis? or Boston? For as mature as you look, you surely aren't showing any wisdom. Nobody believes what your dad said, except maybe you.

W.T.F is going to make your draft status drop???

You & your best friend create the best 1-2 combo in the nation. Where is your competitive desire to win? You lost (maybe) ten games in 5 years and you're tossing aside W's for ½ the salary you'd be making if you waited til after you graduate. Thad's elite classes will continually provide title aspirations... while Paul Pierce and Damon Stoudamire will keep your wins at a minimum. I didn't know if you noticed, but being on national TV a couple dozen times per year aint bad. But hey, at least now you're rich!

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

With the 32nd pick, the XLi Champs select...

The defense lost two solid veterans in Cato June and Nick Harper, but I doubt we'll be looking for a CB with a core secondary of Bob Sanders, Antoine Bethea, Jason David, Marlin Jackson and Kelvin Hayden. I've heard reports that Ron Meeks and Mike Murphy are ready to push Freddie Keiaho to start at LB alongside Rob Morris and Gary Brackett. This is obviously the ONLY HOLE in the Colts starting 25 (22 + Hunter Smith, Adam Vinatieri, Terrence Wilkins). The run-defense stepped up in the playoffs, but you cannot expect Booger and Brock to plug the gaps every down.

The next position we need to look at is RB. With the absence of Rhodes, Peyton will need a similar compliment to handle some of the rushing/blocking when Addai rests. The type of player Gene Huey wants here will be someone that's available on Day #2 or even in Free Agency.

When Brandon Stokely only played a handful of games, we saw replacement-wannabes continually drop passes from Peyton's laser-rocket arm. Morehead is still too raw, and Dallas Clark was only a temporary slot-receiver. There is an abundance of talented WRs in this year's draft, but I doubt Polian will flinch at the studs that'll be available.

Here's a look at some possible candidates for the 32nd pick in the 2007 draft:

• Brandon Siler (LB) UF
• Jon Beason (LB) Miami
• Justin Harrell (DT) Tennessee
• Anthony Spencer (DE/LB) Purdue
• Dwayne Jarret (WR) USC
• Steve Smith (WR) USC
• Brian Leonard (RB) Rutgers

Polian's previous 10 1st round picks:
Joe Addai, Marlin Jackson, Dallas Clark, Dwight Freeney, Reggie Wayne, Rob Morris, Edge, Peyton Manning, Tarik Glenn, Marvin Harrison

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

This is what I know

► Arkansas should not have been invited and USC is very overrated as a 5-seed. The more I look at this bracket, the more I realize these are not random matchups. They gave Texas the easiest path to a Sweet 16 birth because their record deserved a 4-seed - but we know this team is really a 1-seed when Durant, AJ and DJ are in their groove.

► Here's how Winthrop's non-conf schedule went: @ Iona, @ UNC, @ MissSt, @ Maryland, @ N.Ill, @ Wisc, @ E.Carolina, @ Old Dominion, @ Texas A&M. This team ran their conference and finished the season with only 4 losses. Notre Dame is tough, but the Eagles will no doubt repeat last year's performance where they almost upset 2-seed Tennessee. I'm looking forward to a Winthrop/Wisconsin rematch (Badgers won by 3 in OT @ Madison in December) for an Elite 8 birth.

► We see Kansas, Kentucky, Duke, Indiana and UCLA in the West bracket almost every year because the committee wants good, late-night ratings. OK, so maybe KU and UCLA are actually out west, but we're looking at 5 of the 6 elite programs (UNC) in a single bracket - their fans simply travel better than any other.

► I have yet to figure out why Florida is #1 in the Midwest and O$U is #1 in the South. My best guess is they want O$U-Wisc IV in ATL instead of St. Louis. Consider this: every year since '98 the Final Four features 2 teams from the same conference.

► BYU vs Xavier, Nevada vs Creighton, Marquette vs MSU, and Texas A&M vs Penn are so unattractive I don't even want to pick a winner.

Monday, March 05, 2007

I'm pitching underhand to you..

[conf champ]

► Top Seeds: O$U, UCLA, Kansas, UNC

► 2's: UF, Wisc, G'town, Memphis

► 3's: A&M, Pitt, WSU, SIU

►4-5's: Texas, Maryland, Nevada, L'ville, Virginia, Tenn, UNLV, ND

►6-7's: VaTech, Marquette, Duke, BYU, BC, Oregon, Winthrop, IU

►8-9's: Creighton, AF, UK, Arizona, MSU, Vandy, Xavier, Butler

►10-11's: G.Tech, USC, VCC, Nova, T.Tech, Davidson, Gonzaga, Wright St

► Last 6 in: Illinois, 'Cuse, Purdue, Arkansas, FSU, Old Dominion

►13-16's: Weber St, Albany, Deleware St, Holy Cross, Oral Roberts, Penn, Belmont, Toldeo, E.Ky, MVSU, Niagra, Long Beach, CConnSt, North Texas, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical of Corpus Cristi "Islanders"

$ = cheat to win

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Monday, January 22, 2007

Chicago spy infiltration from Colts' staff...

New Years Eve Chicago 2006-2007 SchrockStar §click above for full Facebook albumseriously, I saw spies
Cheese & wine, beer, champagne, etc.

yes, that is a FUBU jersey

Bears fans seen exiting at halftime...

Friday, January 12, 2007

"They were who we thought they were!"

Indy wins + Chargers win = undefeated team (at home) faces another undefeated team at home. But because the Colts relaxed since Dallas, we'll have to fly --> whale's vagina; following a dance on their face and then subsequently bedding their latino women to face NFC foe in XLi.

Indy wins + Patroits win = world is over.

Here's a recent comment from fellow '00 classmate Anttaj Hawthorne:

"Dr Fantasy Champ,
You nailed it this year on the NFL Power Rankings... your top 26 teams' rankings - even the comments were money! You gotta work on getting all 31 though. I'm a Packers fan residing in Santa Clara (via New England) and you hated on all 4 of my teams!"

Hey, Anttaj - you were only a Packers fan for 4 years. Stick w/ 1 team!
At least you'll have ""The Golden Boy"" to ""Save"" your ""Franchise"":

Walker, Quinn, McKnight, Abiamiri, Ndukwe should all go early and
just maybe my Gold jersey (#23 Trey Anastasio) will represent in the 2007 draft in April.

Top 12 Comedy Podcasts

I'm not calling this a list of my favorites, because I know this to be fact, not opinion: Kill Tony T.Y.S.O. Bad Friends Are You Garbage...