Posts tagged ‘Sports’

The Big House: Poop Story Of The Week

In 2007, I went to Ann Arbor with Smells to watch Michigan destroy Notre Dame.  I love Notre Dame football and have always wanted to go to the Big House, Michigan’s Stadium.  We got there on Friday night and did the usual campus drinking.  We woke up Saturday morning, tailgated and headed into the stadium.  When we got to our seats, I started feeling that “Uh oh” grumble down below.

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Pat Brice: Ron Santo Hall Of Fame Phone Call

“Ron Santo Hall Of Fame Call” Audio From Visitor’s Locker Room

Pat Brice: Friends Of Barbaro Audio

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Death Pool Update – Joe Paterno 1926-2012

Besides allowing his buddies to rape little boys, I’m not really sure what this guy was famous for?

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Pat Brice: The Rest Of The World Is Right

Soccer is amazing. I have always been one of the typical American nay-sayers, but no longer my friends. I am hoooooked. Can’t get me enough futbol. Did you guys catch that World Cup? Oh my. That soccer is one mesmerizing, inspiring, absurd little sport.

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2011 NBA Champion Intro Video! – All Of The Lights

Check out the Miami Heat’s game introduction video.  After beating Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks for the first of their seven NBA titles, they absolutely should have this flashy video. 

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Pat Brice: Cory Lidle Crashes Airplane

“Cory Lidle Crashes Airplane” Audio From Visitor’s Locker Room

Smells Like Fantasy Football – NFC North

The go-to guy in my crew for all things football.  Smells dominates every fantasy league he is in.  Here he gives us his update on the state of the NFL with a division by division breakdown.  (Real Life = On the Field – Make Believe = Fantasy Football)  Take a look.


This division is one of the top divisions in the league.  With the Green Bay Packers looking absolutely unbeatable and the Detroit Lions having a dream-like season.  This division has two essential playoff locks.  Unless Matthew Stafford’s shoulder remembers that it is made of Jello, they will be in the playoffs.  The Chicago Bears are going to be in a seven team race for two playoff spots.  This was not a good year for the Bears to be mediocre.   I should rephrase that, bad year for the Bears to be normal.

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