According to this SeeBS News report, the NCAA will make an announcement tomorrow morning at 0900 ET regarding the Penn Pedophile State coverups for convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky, whose rectum is probably being enlarged in prison as this is written. My gut feeling tells me that they will shut down their football program, much like what they did with SMU back in the late 80s....
But this time the NCAA may go even further than the one-year penalty they imposed. I’d like to see them, at a minimum, shut down not only Penn Pedophile State’s football, but also every other sport that university runs as well. Allow students to transfer eligibility without penalty, and force Penn Pedophile State to pay all revenues ill-gotten by JoePa back to the schools they played.
Finally, ALL RECORDS of wins versus ANY school since JoePa hired Sandusky should be turned into losses.
Is this not a Death Penalty? Oh, absolutely. My mind is thinking along the lines of what happened to Carthage…Salt The Earth stuff.
After watching the LA Kings win the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history, I couldn’t help but notice the uncanny resemblance of Head Coach Darryl Sutter to one of our favorite EEEEEVIL Masterminds of the World:
I am so saddened by this news because the Los Angeles Dodgers was one of my favorite baseball teams when I was growing up (after the Tigers and Cubs of course). They appeared in the World Series three times during the 1970s; unfortunately they lost all three.
I also don’t like the idea of Bud Selig running the Dodgers in the interim, but it is a necessary evil in light of the “Who’s Frakking Whom” dispute between the owner and his wife has quite likely torn asunder the hears of many Dodgers Fans, myself included. So to all parties involved, I only have this to say: GET THIS S**T STRAIGHTENED OUT! FAST! For the sake of all Baseball!
I managed to watch a few games this time around. The one college basketball school I can’t stand (and neither can thousands and thousands of American fans), Duke, got beat. That’s all I care about.
Except, of course, for the fact that none of Президент Оба́ма‘s Final Four picks got through. That’s right: NONE. Such is the “magick touch” of Оба́ма...or anti-Midas if you will. Everything he touches turns to s**t.
For the record: here are this year’s Final Four:
The first two are good Basketball schools; the other two are like, WHAAAAAAT! I will definitely make it a point to watch these games next weekend.
Once again, Президент Оба́ма shows the world that everything he touches turns to s**t:
• The Olympics (Chicago losing bid to Rio)
• The World Cup (USA losing bid to Qatar)
• The Super Bowl (Pittsburgh loses to Green Bay)
I know I have lost count on the number of political stuff he’s done the same with. Let’s see what else is on the wires:
RUSSIAN LAWMAKER FLEES TO USA: He obviously does not Dance The Poot. I don’t think Оба́ма, Холдер, or the Department of Social Justice will let him stay here.
MIAMI—The Detroit Lions took advantage of two interceptions to score 17 points in the final 4:37 Sunday and rally past the reeling Miami Dolphins 34-27.
With the comeback, Detroit (5-10) has won three consecutive games for the first time since 2007. Miami (7-8), eliminated from the playoff race last week, finished 1-7 at home to match a franchise low.
Trailing 24-14 with five minutes to go, the Lions forced a punt, and on the first play, Jahvid Best turned a short pass from Shaun Hill into a 53-yard touchdown.
Nathan Vasher’s interception set up a 47-yard field goal by Dave Rayner to tie the score with 2:44 remaining. Then came an interception by DeAndre Levy, who zigzagged 30 yards to the end zone for Detroit’s third score in less than 2½ minutes.
The Lions finish at home next week vs. The Vikings…and another shot at persuading Bret Favre to retire.
AGAIN! They’ve got a win streak! Been awhile since that’s happened.
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read the news. After all, I ain’t feeling too chipper today. At least with four wins this year, The Lions are not the worst team in the NFL.
Poor Green Bay: Aaron Rodgers got knocked out with a concussion. Who knows how long he’ll be out. That will definitely hurt the Packers as their last three games of the season at New England, then hosting the New York Giants and DA BEARS. And they don’t have a third-string QB, just in case.
Detroit, on the other hand, face Tampa Bay and Miami on the road, and the last home game vs. the Vikings (Will someone please take out Brett Favre already!), who will be at Ford Field tomorrow night to play the Giants. This particular game got moved to Detroit after the collapse of the Metrodome roof.
Oh, and did I mention that prior to today’s victory, the Lions had lost the previous 19 DIVISION GAMES, which goes back to October 2007! ‘Bout time too.
WELL WELL WELL...I wondered what happened to that incompetent boob Matt Millen after The Lions fired his a**. I feel sorry for Steve Young, who’s discussing the recent sacking of Minnesota’s head coach Brad Childress:
Full story here. You would think Yahoo could have gotten a direct ESPN feed, but hey, sometimes you gotta make do with what you have.
Unfortunately for ESPN Fans, Millen may last longer at this job than he did with The Lions.
After limping to the recliner to watch The Cardinals get their a**es handed to them by Kansas City, I was hoping to get some better news from The Lions. No such luck.
Just judging from the scoreboard, they played only one half of Football. Sorry guys, that’s not going to cut it. I sure hope y’all can put on a show on Thursday vs. the Patriots. Meantime, The Cowboys feel a whole lot better about themselves since they fired Wade Phillips and went with Jason Garrett, and I don’t blame them.