I had seen images online of the April 6th issue of Sports Illustrated, so I couldn’t wait to get mine in the mail.
Just look at that angle of Karl-Anthony Towns in action:
But then I got my issue today. And it looked like this:
Because apparently there are no college basketball fans in the Northeast.
I mean, how could there be? No teams from this area made the Final Four. And there couldn’t possibly be fans of Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan State or Duke outside their state lines, right?
(Well, probably not Duke.)
Don’t worry. I’ve already contacted SI and requested a copy of the Kentucky cover issue. And written a letter to the editor.
March Madness only comes once a year.
Posted in Basketball, College, Commentary, Humor, Magazines, March Madness, Sports
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I didn’t expect the ESPN documentary I Hate Christian Laettner to make me like the guy.
It’s a movie, not a miracle.
But unlike a movie plot, Laettner’s story exhibits no signs of growth or learning over the past two decades. In his interview, he seems as much of an arrogant bully now as he was 20 years ago.
What did surprise me was not only Coach K’s acceptance of his behavior but also his decision to let Laettner have ‘free reign’ to bully others — not the best message to send.
I guess winning was more important than how they won.
I’m glad we currently have teams in college basketball who can win the right way…and I still hate Christian Laettner.
Posted in College, Entertainment, Humor, Life, March Madness, Sports
Tagged bully, Christian Laettner, Coach K, college basketball, documentary, Duke, ESPN, I Hate Christian Laettner, life, March Madness, Sports, winning
I know that every Kentucky fan is thrilled with the new SEC Network, which pretty much guarantees that any UK Wildcats basketball game not on network television or ESPN will now be televised.
Unless you live in the Northeast.
This is what tonight’s game between Kentucky and Mississippi State looks like to me —
I’m guessin’ that tall, light-blue bar is Willie Cauley Stein, right?
Posted in Basketball, College, Entertainment, Humor, Sports, Television
Tagged basketball, basketball game, BBN, college, college basketball, entertainment, ESPN, Humor, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Northeast, SEC Network, Sports, Television, UK Wildcats, Willie Cauley Stein
Celebrating Kentucky’s win last night over LSU with a friend –
Okay, okay…but it is one of the greatest photobombs ever —
I had to get in on the action!
Great game, Karl!
Posted in Basketball, College, Humor, March Madness, Photography, Sports, Television
Tagged basketball, BBN, college, college basketball, Humor, Karl Anthony Towns, Kentucky, LSU, March Madness, photobomb, photography, Sports, UK Wildcats, undefeated, you've got the look
I am a UK alum and adjunct faculty at Boston University.
This is how I teach on game day.
Beat the Terriers!!
November 21, 2014 in Education, Humor, Life, March Madness, Sports
Tagged Boston University, college basketball, education, faculty, Humor, life, March Madness, Sports, UK Wildcats
It’s the first game of the season, ya’ll!
Beat Grand Canyon!
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Tagged basketball, BBN, college basketball, entertainment, first game, Go Cats, Grand Canyon, Humor, life, March Madness, NCAA, Sports, televsion, UK Wildcats, University of Kentucky
While we were all busy preparing for this weekend’s exciting Final Four college basketball tourney, Mazda issued a recall on the 2010-2012 model Mazda 6 sedans…
Because of spiders in the gas tank.
I know this sounds like a headline from The Onion, but it’s actually the second time Mazda has recalled the 6 sedan because spiders “may weave a web in the evaporative canister vent line.” Apparently a spider web could create pressure and even a potential crack in the fuel tank.
Wait a minute — is this really a recall? Or reverse movie product placement?
(You gotta admit, it would be ‘amazing.’)
Posted in Animals, Automobiles, Entertainment, Humor, Movies, Shopping
Tagged animals, automobiles, college basketball, entertainment, Final Four, fuel tank, gas tank, headline, Humor, Mazda, Mazda 6 sedan, Movies, NCAA tournament, product placement, recall, shopping, spider bite, spider web, spiders, The Amazing Spiderman, The Onion