Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

Cal’s Snake Oil: Coach Cal can satisfy all of your holiday shopping needs

December 13, 2010

UK Coach John Calipari has made at least 19 commercial ‘shout outs’ on his Twitter page since the beginning of October (see list below).   Coach Cal likes his players multidimensional, and you can’t call him a hypocrite in this area.   Though, we note that Cal seems to favor restaurants over fitness, and his waistline evolution since joining UK is some evidence.

We've had trouble finding Cal's Snake Oil for Christmas. Apparently, Dick Vitale has cornered the market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cal’s Shout Outs

Staples
Papa John’s
Common Grounds
Equestrian Games
John Kenyon Eye Institute
Rafferty’s
Paul Miller
J.J. McBrewsters
Deloitte
Urban Active
Nike
Kentucky Broadcasters Assoc.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe
Lexy
Texas Roadhouse
Verizon
Mozz
Fan Outfitters
Soup Kitchen

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The Utility of a UK Loss #goirish

December 8, 2010

We’ve been talking about how special it is when UK loses and UL wins on the same day.  Here’s a quick primer on the utility of a UK loss.

Spend it wisely.

Jalen Rose knows five ‘fab’ words

February 22, 2009

Jalen Rose, the cocked-lipped, wide-tied ESPN NBA analyst and former University of Michigan free agent, said the word ‘great’ during the taping of NBA Live last night, bringing his total non-pronoun vocabulary to five words.  ‘Great’ has been added to ‘he’, ‘is’, ‘a’, and ‘player’, making Rose one of the most linguisticly-talented analysts at ESPN.  Rose now trails only Emmitt Smith, Jay Williams, and Eric Young among ESPN’s best-built vocabularies.

Mickelson hopes ‘freak flag’ intimidates Tiger

February 22, 2009
Super Freak

Super Freak

In preparation for Tiger Woods’ return to the PGA Tour next week, Phil Mickelson is  growing a mullet.

“Look, Tiger’s losin’ the hair and I know he can’t be happy about it,” said Mickelson, whose third round 62 blistered Riviera Country Club on Saturday. “I’m going to let my freak flag fly.  The knee will be the least of Tiger’s worries now.”