Posted on: May 1, 2010 5:53 pm
 

The Cincinnati Bengals

Besides filling the most pressing need with the selection of tight end Jermaine Gresham in the first round, the Bengals also added receivers in the third and sixth rounds with Texas’ Jordan Shipley and Kansas’ Dez Briscoe.  I find these choices to be incredible picks for the Bengals.  I am from the South and I am a big SEC fan and tend to root for my home state, Tennessee Titans but following the show "Hard Knocks" made me a follower of the Bengals.  The Bengals are just a team of hard workers that are going to see that hard work pay off in the 2010 NFL season.  I believe they picked three great draft choices and I look forward to seeing them in action this season. Go Titans, but good luck Cincy!
Posted on: March 30, 2010 10:00 am
 

The Final Four? Really?

So I really want to meet the people that have this group in their bracket.  I am going to go against the popular vote and root for Coach K and the Blue Devils to finally get one.  It is true they have been dominant since I was a child but I don't remember the last time they won it all, being a true Memphis Tiger, I like Duke but don't follow them.  Coach K and his team are a class act and they would represent the U.S. in an honorable way.  We need that right now, in and out of the sports world.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: February 14, 2010 5:13 pm
 

John Calipari still drives Memphis crazy!

It still drives me crazy that John Calipari left the Memphis Tigers high and dry.  After the Kentucky Wildcats dismantled Bruce Pearl and the Tennessee Volunteers, my disgust level for him grew greater and greater.  The disgrace of the Memphis program labeled as cheaters and the "one-and-done" student-athletes has followed him to Kentucky.  I hate it for such a storied program.  The Memphis Tigers will survive.  I hope the Kentucky Wildcats enjoy their short lived success because he is sure to blow their reputation as well.  All the best Josh Pastner!
Category: NCAAB
 
 
 
 
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