Posts Tagged ‘Brett Favre’


We all know that we won’t be seeing any Orange when Final Four time rolls around. Scoop is playing like Brett Favre with a camera phone (they both dish out a lot of picks). Fab Melo’s ass must have splinters from all the pine he’s sat on. Wes Johnson has gone on to bigger and better things…the Timberwolves, Wes? Weak.
So, when DePaul comes to the Dome for the last game at home, I say screw it. Go ape shit. No parents, no rules.
We could learn a thing or two from Wild Bill, the ringleader of the Utah State Aggie students. He’s a man acting out of desperation; the Aggies aren’t about to show up on anyone’s bracket this March.
Plus, you tell me you’d be able to hit two free throws looking at Wild Bill, and I’ll call you a liar.

–Nick Toney

 

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Earlier this week, the New England Patriots traded an unhappy Randy Moss to the Minnesota Vikings. In return, the Patriots will receive the Vikings third round draft pick next year.  Some saw this as a suicidal move for the Patriots, but I think it’s really a suicidal move for…Brett Favre.

The guy is famous for a couple of reasons. He’s a great football player, for sure. He’s also been in and out of retirement as many times as Lindsay Lohan’s been in and out of rehab.  Randy’s move to the Vikings means Favre should keep playing, at least until he drops dead on the field when the Vikings start doing well.

Typical football players retire around 35. Favre was born in 1969. You know what happened in 1969? We landed on the moon.

Randy Moss, you have effectively sentenced Brett Favre to death. I hope you’re happy.

~Meghin Delaney

What started as some ridiculous and unfortunate song used in a tryout on the new season of American Idol (insert groan here) from someone calling himself “The General” has turned into a full blown national obsession.  Think Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” YouTube impersonations, only not nearly as entertaining or worth the time of day. 

Watch “The General” do his thing here.

First, NFL quarterback and professional waffle maker, Brett Favre, performed his take of the “song” after a playoff win in the team locker room(more…)