The guy who wrote the article is a quack. No matter what, I have always watched football. I am a true fanatic for football. I like baseball and basketball in that order but I do not miss a Sunday Browns game no matter what. The same can't be said for baseball and basketball. I guess maybe because they are only 16 games, makes each one more important than the 162 for baseball and 82 for basketball.
posted by bry66 at 10:41 PM on September 18
Saying that you "think" he cheated so you don't want him to break the record is "unAmerican". What the heck ever happened until innocent until proven guilty. I could actually care less if he cheated or not, there are spitball pitchers in the HOF and that was cheating. Where is the outrage over that. If Bonds were well liked by the sportswriters, I think it would almost be a non-issue. I can't wait for him to break the record. If he did cheat, baseball is getting what it deserves because after the strike, they turned a blind eye to the "possible" cheating that was taking place because "chicks dig the long-ball". If he isn't cheating, then he deserves it. Either way he is an HOFer in my book.
posted by bry66 at 07:38 PM on July 17
The lack of competition in Men's tennis is one of the reasons he wins so much. If he had played with Conners, McEnroe, Bjorg, Ash et el, he wouldn't be as dominate as he is but he is without a doubt "the best of his ERA. Lets just see how long he can stay on top.
posted by bry66 at 08:24 PM on July 09
Donovan would probably be another in a long line of coaches who were successful in college and sucked in the pros. You have to love a guy who says I want to stay at Florida forever, no wait, I want to coach in the pros, no wait, I changed my mind! Actually, if I were Florida, I would have said, take a hike. You didn't want to be here, we don't want you here. But of course, Florida caves in because they can't get anyone decent to coach them besides Donovan. Let the wimp go back and coach college because he definitely couldn't cut it in the NBA.
posted by bry66 at 09:56 AM on June 04
A success story? If it was your son, you wouldn't be saying that. You would be calling for the coaches head. Success isn't getting a degree at the risk of a permanent injury. What message does this send if it is true and the coach goes unpunished?
posted by bry66 at 06:42 PM on May 03
If this is true, and he knowingly put a player who wasn't healthy in the game he should be suspended for a year. This would prevent coaches from doing this sort of thing. Glasper could have permanently injured himself as a result.
posted by bry66 at 06:40 PM on May 03
Those Television Bureau of Canada needs to take a chill pill. The commercial was funny. It is no different than cartoon violence.
posted by bry66 at 06:46 PM on April 04
I agree completely.
posted by bry66 at 06:48 PM on February 14
Dale Jr. and Budweiser's contracts both expire at the same time so it would be pretty obvious that where ever Jr. goes, Budweiser will follow. If Jr. does leave DEI, look for DEI to become an after thought. I think DEI is really nervous right now and that is why they are basically hiring the whole family to work there. I don't know if it will work or not but maybe Jr. should just start DJI and work for himself.
posted by bry66 at 07:19 PM on February 13
I think that Marty will coach somewhere next year. There will be plenty of openings. San Diego made a big mistake and they will regret it.
posted by bry66 at 06:25 PM on February 13
First off, I think that before someone is labeled as "can't win the big one", I think they should have played for at least 5 or 6 years. To say a player can't win the big one when he has only been in the league 2 or 3 years is absurd, especially in a team sport. There are many great players in every sport who hasn't won the big one, or even been there. Dan Fouts, Barry Sanders, Kevin Garnett to name a few. That doesn't define greatness. Now maybe in Tennis, it would matter or golf but in a team sport, one player doesn't win a championship. Jordan wasn't even close his first few years until they got better players around him.
posted by bry66 at 06:22 PM on February 13
Gilbert is blossoming into a great player. If you asked me even last year, who I would want on my team, I probably couldn't decide. Kobe is too much of a me first player where Gilbert is more of a team player. It will be interesting to watch them the next time they play. It seems to me that the Lakers would be better off trading Kobe for some draft choices and a few players. They play more as a team without him (just like the Sixers are doing without Iverson). Just remember that most (not all) great players have great ego's. As far as the R-E-S-P-E-C-T goes, give me a break. These players make millions of dollars, the only respect he should need is from home.
posted by bry66 at 07:23 AM on December 26
He made a mistake and I hope it costs him millions. He surely has enough money for a taxi or limo.
posted by bry66 at 03:37 PM on December 22
It is bad enough when someone who doesn't have much wastes it on drugs but for someone who was successful to throw it all away is an even bigger waste. It is a sad story but you reap what you sow.
posted by bry66 at 03:35 PM on December 22
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