Monday, March 21, 2011
Blog Outsourcing - 3/21 edition
As I was writing this, there was a slight earthquake that struck the Motherland. Reports say it was of 5.7 magnitude. Unfortunately, I did not feel it. I presume we all are tired and exhausted from the bracket monitoring we have been doing.
We learned about the Nantz's Fabricated Five, Pitt's continued bad breaks. John Henson's brain farts. And yes, the BEast possibly being a bit overrated.
I presume we will have further discussion on this soon, so I'll leave it at that.
Hereforth are the links:
England denied a shot of perfection. (c/i Irish Independent)
Jon "Bones" Jones had a very eventful day. (c/o 5th Round)
Jalen Rose fires back. (c/o Wall Street Journal). Hope this is the end-all and be all...
Djokovic is on a roll. (c/o The Sports Campus)
Champions' League semifinal draw is set. (c/o The Guardian)
Hopefully, the injury to Stuart Holden is not the worst. (c/o The Bolton News) He already has been removed from the list
Clint Dempsey makes history for American soccer. (c/o Sportsrageous)
Charlie Davies is finally playing again. (c/o Dirty Tackle)
Chelsea's title chances have not yet closed. (c/o The First Post)
Bristol is becoming Kyle's playground. (c/o San Francisco Chronicle)
Fulmer's Cup update: Alabama has Mark Barron. (c/o Times Daily)
Brady Hoke is already beginning his preparations for the upcoming season. (c/o Sify)
Fiesta Bowl could be in the midst of trouble. (c/o College Football Talk)
With their injury woes well known, Phillies had to sign Luis Castillo. (c/o New York Daily News)
The Bonds trial is about to begin, and with that, expect Pedro Gomez to report on this often. (c/o San Francisco Examiner)
The Madoff saga knows no end for the Mets. (c/o The Biz of Baseball)
Bud talking Dodgers, but not much on McCourt. (c/o True Blue LA)
Get well soon, Steve Sabol (c/o Fox Sports)
Roger Goodell trying to sell us fans on the arguments on the current situation. (c/o Silver & Black Pride) NFLPA seems unconvinced, though. (c/o New York Daily News)
Jerry Glanville being defrosted. (c/o ProFootball Talk)
To end, here's something from Jessie J and her performance in SNL.