Thursday, September 10, 2009

A.I. Twittered....

Memphis has its answer, Allen Iverson twittered Wednseday that he expects to sign with the Memphis Grizzlies. After his 08-09 season of career lows in points, steals, minutes and his assits since 2000-2001 season. The official announcing via his Twitter feed: "God Chose Memphis as the place that I will continue my career." This should be very exciting for Grizz fans becasue personally i think he is still good for 25+ a night, should be a good basketball season with all the electricfying rookies as well.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Oregon K.O. Ducks

Star running back LeGarrette Blount was suspended for the rest of Oregon's season Friday, the day after he sucker punched Boise State defensive end Byron Hout in the opener for both teams. Blount threw the punch Thursday night following the 16th-ranked Ducks' 19-8 loss to No. 14 Boise State.

Jennifer's BOoty...i mean Body

Jennifer Check (Megan Fox) is a sexy, popular captain of the flag team that everyone wants to be friends with and, in the boys' case, date. Jennifer's friend since childhood, Anita "Needy" Lesnicky (Amanda Seyfried), is a substantially less popular nerdy plain jane. Jennifer ends up as the sacrifice in a Satanic ritual, held by a rock band, hoping that the sacrifice will increase their chances of getting a record deal. The ritual goes horribly wrong and Jennifer becomes possessed by a demon and begins to feed off of the boys in her high school—first seducing them to get close, and then consuming them in a manner similar to that of a Succubus. It becomes Needy's goal to stop Jennifer from killing more of her classmates.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Brett Favre committed an illegal "crack-back" block to the knees of Houston defensive back Eugene Wilson in the third quarter of the game. Favre was penalized and Wilson was injured on the play. NFL spokesman Randall Liu could not say when a decision on whether Favre will be fined is expected. However, he said fine information is typically confirmed on Fridays. Common Favre it's only preseason chill out....

Micheal Jordan and Football?

Check out these Jordan retro 3 football cleats, i don't know if i would be a big fan of these if i was playing football maybe basketball minus the cleats but that defeats the purpose. Anyways these sharp looking cleats are available at football/basketball players if they're for you i suggest you buy a pair.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009





Position: Shooting guard
Career: 1984-93, '94-98, '01-03
Teams: Bulls, Wizards
Stats: 30.1 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 5.3 apg

Position: Point guard
Career: 1984-2003
Teams: Jazz
Stats: 13.1 ppg, 10.5 apg, 2.17 spg

Position: Center
Career: 1989-2003
Teams: Spurs
Stats: 21.1 ppg, 10.6 rpg, 2.99 bpg


Posted by's Kevin Seifert

HOUSTON -- Brett Favre was pretty much the story Monday night at Reliant Stadium, so I won't force five more observations on you this morning. But one item did escape our coverage: Minnesota unveiled a version of the Wildcat for two plays.

On both occasions, receiver Percy Harvin took the direct snap. In the first quarter, he handed the ball to tailback Adrian Peterson, who took the ball around right end for five yards. In the third quarter, Harvin kept the ball for a two-yard gain around the left side. (It was the same play Favre infamously upended Houston defensive back Eugene Wilson.)

The two plays combined for seven yards. But more importantly, the Vikings teased just enough of the formation to give future opponents something else to prepare for. And in reality, this version of the Wildcat is going to be based on a very simple principle: Two superior open-field runners moving in opposite directions.

"I thought there were a lot of people paying attention to Percy," coach Brad Childress said. "You've got to decide which master you want to serve. The front side with the fake to Adrian? Or three [people] looking at Percy? It's just, which one?”

Indeed, anytime you can draw a defense's attention away from Peterson, you've got a chance to bust a pretty good play. I'm not sure how often the Vikings will use the Wildcat, but from a big-picture perspective, it makes sense to sprinkle it in early and often this season to see how defenses react. (Just so long as Favre stays upright.)