Thursday, May 29, 2008
Here's French Open hopeful and last year's junior champion Alize Cornet! I'm glad she's 18 now so I don't feel like the Larry Clark of sportsbloggers for posting her. She has a toughie tomorrow, to say the least.
Note: Ms. Cornet lost today.
Posted by kenniebloggins at 11:20 PM
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Okay, the Atlanta Falcons have now officially taken reign as the stupidest franchise in the realm of professional sports. 72 million dollars for a guy who threw 20 picks last year and was ranked near Brandon Cox and John Parker Wilson in efficiency rating. Arthur Blank is retarded. He should stick to helping curb the whale shark and beluga whale population in Atlanta while continuing to help grown, married men become more whipped than previously ever imagined.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Friday, May 9, 2008
Honestly, I knew Chris Paul was a badass when he punched Julius Hodge in the balls, and I have always been a person who feels that the Hawks not taking Paul in the draft was a bigger mistake than the Falcons letting Favre go. And I'm not gonna argue that Paul deserves the MVP over Kobe Bryant. Both players are amazing and have had amazing seasons. Granted, I have never liked Kobe, but the dude is deserving of the MVP, as is Paul. However, with moves like the one he pulled off in last night's loss to the Spurs (pictured in the clip above), it seems that neither the MVP honor or the league title will evade Mr. Paul for very long. To be succint, he fucking rules.
So, here is the tribute video, though the Dream is picturing a fine black woman, rather than a 23-year old basketball genius when he croons on this one. Enjoy your Friday night fellas, and when she makes you eggs and grits in the mornin' you should tip her.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Arkansas' starting offense put up 603 total yards, including 404 yds. passing for Casey Dick (no that is not a typo). Mike Smith, who will replace McFadden and Jones in the backfield had 157 yds on the game. It seems that Petrino is going to bring his usual high scoring thunder to the Hawgs, which will pose problems for SEC West teams in upcoming years. The big question is whether his defenses will be able to stop anyone. Obviously, the 603 yds. was achieved against second-tier defenders, but those totals are huge for a Spring Game. More on the game here
Posted by kenniebloggins at 9:55 PM