I'm sorry that I haven't been paying much attention to this whole "Bernie Fine molesting ballboys at Syracuse" story because frankly I got so burned out on the Penn State shitstorm. Now it looks like not only did Bernie and his batshit crazy wife have sex with this ballboy but ESPN had proof of it back in 2003 with a recording. And ESPN did nothing with it? Holy shit!
ESPN and Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim have a whole lot of explaining to do. Boeheim came out last week and flat out said the ballboys were lying and trying to get money because of the Sandusky story in Penn State. Boeheim was clearly trying to support his friend who has been an assistant coach for more than 30 years at Syracuse but in the process he made himself look like a complete asshole. And why the fuck wouldn't ESPN talk to Boeheim about the allegations that are proven true on the tape when it surfaced 8 years ago? If anything ESPN should have gone to the cops with the tape but from my understanding they just sat on it because they wanted the exclusive story.
Is the world going crazy or am I just a drunk idiot who can't figure this shit out? All I know is that I'm 100% positive if this shit happened around me I don't care who it is I'm reporting it to the police to at least investigate.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
We already knew the Victoria Secret Fashion Shows were extremely overrated but they pretty much dropkicked America in the balls last night by not including SportsCrack favorites Brooklyn Decker and Kate Upton. That's just a pure UnAmerican move. Upton and Decker are without a question the hottest "American" models and instead you throw a bunch of Amazonian stick figures up there. It's insulting. And yeah I know Decker and Upton are Swimsuit Models but I don't give a shit. You get them in your show. This isn't the minor leagues here. The Victoria Secret Show is suppose to be the Bigs and yet they went little. Total socialist move right there.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:14 AM
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
At this point who am I too argue about Tim Tebow. The guy just wins football games. He may throw like a quadripligic but honestly who else would you want with the ball in their hands with less than 2 minutes to go? Besides Aaron Rodgers. And Tom Brady. Ok and besides Drew Brees. Yep. Jesus is who you would want totting the pigskin.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 8:32 AM
Monday, November 28, 2011
Friday, November 25, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Arkansas +13 over LSU
Bama -21 over Auburn
Miss St -17 over Ole Miss
Michigan -7.5 over Ohio State
A&M -8 over Texas
Vinnie is taking HOKEAMANIA over the Buckeyes? Wow I'm not sure if I have the balls to make that pick. I think Bill Clinton was still in office the last time the Wolverines beat the Buckeyes. Actually the only game I like to play here is the Bama -21 over Auburn. Auburn has looked horrible for over a month. Bama wants to send a message that they deserve to be in the BCS National Title game even without winning the SEC. They will crush Auburn this week. I'm thinking by a score of 35-7 or 42-7. They will cover the 21 though.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:52 AM
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
It's being reported that Urban Meyer has agreed to be the next head coach for the Ohio State Buckeyes. It will be made official next Monday, two days after Ohio State finishes the regular season with rival Michigan.
Ohio State will probably take their probation by agreeing not to go to a bowl game this season. Meyer will come in and start recruiting immediately and has already come to agreement with some assistant coaches to join him in Columbus. Rumor is that current head coach Luke Fickell will be made defensive coordinator under Meyer. Next Tuesday the Buckeyes will introduce Urban to the students at halftime of the Buckeyes-Duke basketball game.
I'm still hearing 5-year deal for $30-35 million. Most of us knew this was bound to happen when Jim Tressel was forced to leave but still the Buckeyes got the perfect coach in Urban Meyer especially considering the uneasy task of skirting NCAA sanctions.
Now the question is what kind of shirt can we make for the new "Urban Legend" in Columbus?
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 3:43 PM
Ever since I can remember Stanford has always worn cardinal red and white. This week however they will be sporting the new Nike Pro Combat Uniforms with red and black. It basically looks like a steady mixture of Ohio State's and Georgia's Power Rangers uniform they wore vs Boise State concocted by the brass of Nike. For one game I have no problem with it and I'm sure Andrew Luck and his teammates will have fun with them. The uniforms are kind of boring looking but the helmet I think is very cool. If anything maybe the black helmets will make Stanford look faster when Michael Floyd is running past them.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 8:28 AM
Monday, November 21, 2011
Oklahoma State loses to Iowa.
Oregon loses to USC.
Oklahoma loses to Baylor.
And Clemson gets killed by NC State.
What does it leave us with? 3 SEC West teams at the top of the BCS Rankings. In other words the rest of the nation besides SEC territory should just say "AH, FUCK IT!" when it comes to competing for National Titles.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 8:31 AM
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Talk about a voice that will live for an eternity even though the man, the legend, Larry Munson passed away today. Munson was one of the greatest sports announcers of any time. His voice resonates college football. It will be missed. RIP Larry Munson. Somewhere in heaven you are hunkering down with the many UGAs.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:39 PM
Friday, November 18, 2011
After last night's performance we figured Jesus...I mean Tim Tebow...deserved his own shirt. Well here it is for only $17. And don't worry this shirt is guaranteed to get you into heaven so you might as well buy dozens and dozens for all your family and friends. After all it's the Christian thing to do.
JESUS 15 THE MILE HIGH MESSIAH SHIRT
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 12:15 PM
Ever since Jim Tressel was forced out of Columbus Buckeye Nation has salivated over the thought of native son Urban Meyer coming back to the scarlet and gray and taking over a program that was one of his dream jobs. It appears both the Buckeye Nation and Urban will be making the dream a reality very soon.
Rumors are floating around that Ohio State has offered Urban a seven year deal for $35 million to return to the sidelines after a one year hiatus. Urban has the coaching bug and despite taking a year off to be with his family after riding an emotional and physical roller coaster down in Gainesville he appears by all accounts ready to jump back into head coaching 24/7.
This shouldn't come as a big shock. The Urban to Ohio State rumors were strong even when Jim Tressel was winning Big Ten championships in his sweatervest. What is kind of confusing is Urban going into a situation where the Buckeyes might be on sanctions due to the entire tattoo fiasco which has not been settled by the NCAA. It cost Tressel his job and made Terrelle Pryor leave early for the NFL and as far as we know the Committee on Infractions has not ruled on Ohio State yet. Yes the Buckeyes have suspended players and taken away some scholarships but the NCAA has still not ruled if that will be enough in their eyes.
My opinion is the Buckeyes will get a one year postseason ban. They should take it this year. Don't delay it because this season is honestly a wash. Urban Meyer will be announced as the next head coach within the next couple of weeks. Again this is just my opinion and I do not have any inside sources. I also think Meyer will do extremely well in Columbus. He can recruit with the best of them and he should be able to get the top kids from the Midwest while also going to the South and California to recruit. With Braxton Miller at QB he should fit in perfectly in Urban's spread attack.
Do I think Urban will win right away? Yes.
Do I think Urban will get them to a National Championship right away? No.
But the Buckeyes will be back in the top 5 programs with Urban on the sidelines. There is no Urban myth to it. It's the truth.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 9:38 AM
Thursday, November 17, 2011
I like all 5 of Vinnie picks. All of those picks are for teams that are playing godawful teams. It's basically betting on the less shitty team which in Vegas should win you money. Granted they got to cover but we aren't talking huge spreads here. For the first time all season I'm taking every single one of the somber Vinnie picks.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 11:11 AM
"Penn State likes being down at halftime because they like to feel a little behind in the locker room."
"Now listen, you're going to be put into a foster home so I need to know, would you like to go to Neverland Ranch, the Catholic church, or Penn State University?"
"Now listen, you can't just turn all your frustrations on a little kid who can't defend himself! What do you think this is, the shower room at Penn State?"
"Here's a joke. Joe Paterno doesn't walk in to a police station."
"We’ve embarrassed the system and made it something nobody wants to be a part of! It’s like a Penn State homecoming party!"
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 8:19 AM
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
No complaints here. I've always enjoyed the cartoon bird on the hats from the late 60's to late 80's and I'm glad they are bringing it back. Now if only they could bring back the feeling of 3 World Series Championships to Baltimore then I will really get excited. But overall a great look for the team. Hopefully the next press release coming from the Warehouse is Peter Angelos selling the team to somebody who actually cares about building a winner.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 7:14 AM
I saw at least 7 missed tackles. Holy Hogs indeed. I'm always torn on these kind of plays. Yes it was a great return by Joe Adams. No doubt about that. But what the hell was up with the tackling? We aren't talking about Devin Hester returning here. It's some college kid named Adams. It's gotta be these new uniforms that have Crisco baked into them. I can smell the bacon from here.
Fun fact: Tennessee is now 0-6 in SEC play with their closest defeat of 8 points to Georgia way back in early October. They have Vandy at home this week and are the underdogs. UNDERDOGS to fucking Vandy at home! Hilarious.
It's actually humorous to see how bad Tennessee and Florida are coached these days. They use to have great coaching with incredible talent. Now with the likes of Dooley, Muschamp, and Weis running the shows they are a complete disaster. There is no good reason for both of those programs to be this bad. Their offenses are horrifying to say the least. Both need coaching changes. I've heard JoePa is available.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 6:57 AM
Monday, November 14, 2011
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 9:52 AM
Friday, November 11, 2011
Ok I've taken a couple of deep shallow breaths so I don't hyperventilate over here. Adidas and Notre Dame made a limited edition of 11 Notre Dame treasure chests that include the Notre Dame helmet, jersey, and gloves they will be wearing this week vs. Maryland in the Shamrock Series and somehow I didn't receive mine in the mail. It must have been a honest mistake. Because I know Adidas wouldn't screw up with SportsCrack and the world's biggest Notre Dame fan over here by not including one of those awesome chests that also include a gold plated Ipod with headphones and actual gold dust from the Dome and mistakenly send it to Paul Lukas and Darren Rovell and not me. It's okay. I forgive you as long as I get mine before Christmas. Lukas and Rovell don't even like Notre Dame. Sure they may have more followers and thus you might get more exposure but they are not nearly as good looking as me and you know the true Notre Dame fans who will eat that shit up come to SportsCrack. I'm not mad though because I know mine is coming. Don't make me go to the dark side and start sporting Penn State Nike jerseys over here. You got my address. I still endorse K Swiss shoes to everybody and I got those like two years ago. Nobody even knew what K Swiss was before I started pimping them out. The rule of thumb is if you want to make it big you got to come to SportsCrack. Now make it happen. Plus I've been to Germany like 4 times. I practically carried your country's GDP on my back with all the beer and sausages I ate.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 2:15 PM
I hope that one day my daughter will say those words about me. Big props to all the veterans, past and present, who serve our country and give us a chance to live our lives with freedom. You guys rock!!! Check out WelcomeHomeBlog.com for more great videos of soldiers coming home to surprise their families.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 2:07 PM
ESPN's Mark May hits the nail on the head right here. Everybody at Penn State needs to be fired. After this season is over they need to bring in a whole new regime. No leftovers. If Penn State is going to move on they need to erase the past and anybody who might have known about the horrible shit that was going on with Jerry Sandusky but didn't want to tell because of fear of ruining the program. The program is ruined. It's not "tarnished" or "tainted" or even on sanctions. It's a horrific mess because of what happened inside those same showers and locker rooms that the players and coaches use every day. It's time to start a new Penn State. One with passion and compassion for fellow human beings. And like Mark May said everyone in that program is complicit because most of them were there for decades not years and had to have known or had some inclination of what Sandusky did.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 1:58 PM
To bring a little light on the whole JoePa mess we figured we would do an animated South Park-style shirt for it. This is the new SAY IT AIN'T SO JOEPA CREEPY VALLEY shirt available exclusively at SportsCrack.com.
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Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 8:33 AM
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Not exactly official yet but I've been told the nation's #1 prep quarterback Gunner Kiel has decided to attend Notre Dame and early enroll this January. It was just a few weeks ago that Kiel was committed to Indiana but then decided to decommit and attend the Notre Dame-USC game along with 40 plus other top recruits.
For obvious reasons Kiel would be a tremendous coup for the Fighting Irish and head coach Brian Kelly. It's not too often you have a five star QB just fall into your laps so to speak but Kelly will definitely take it considering the amount of recruits Kiel could help bring in. The Irish are actively pursuing Nelson Agholor, a 6'2 180 lb speedy wideout, who is from Tampa, FL and is currently the #1 ranked athlete in the nation. Agholor visited Notre Dame in early October for the Air Force game and came away with the Irish on top of his list. Granted Notre Dame has been his only official visit so far with the Florida Gators being the main competition. Teaming up Kiel and Agholor in a class would be similar to what Notre Dame thought they were getting years ago when they paired Dayne Crist and Michael Floyd in the same class.
Another recruit that the Irish are pursuing actively is the #1 tailback in the nation in Keith Marshall. Marshall also officially visited with Kiel for the USC game and came away with the Irish neck-and-neck with his favorite school in Georgia. UGA has long been considered the leader for Marshall's services and the popular thinking was if Mark Richt stays in Athens then Marshall will be there next fall. The rumblings around Notre Dame is that Marshall is now leaning toward the Irish. I still have serious doubts he ends up anywhere else but UGA.
Still a long way till signing day in February so don't expect any early decisions from Agholor or Marshall but it should be a relief for Kelly to get Kiel (nephew of former ND QB Blair) signed and enrolled in early January so he can put his focus on the other recruits.
Here are some Youtube highlights of Gunner Kiel....
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 10:55 AM
Down in Nazare, Portugal surfer Garrett McNamara managed to ride the ultimate wave and not only live from it but get footage of it. The wave is estimated to be 90 feet high which sounds ridiculous but then when you see McNamara resembling a gnat you should be thankful he didn't get totally pitted.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 8:13 AM
Seriously Penn State? You went on a riot last night because a 84 year old who shouldn't be coaching college football in the first place and who can barely put together a coherent sentence got fired because he failed to report a predator who was raping children in his own fucking locker room to the police. I thought I was an idiot when I was in college but these kids up in Penn State prove the paint chips on JoePa's statue needs another re coating with all the sucking up these students are giving to their false God.
Here is a classy move by the students chanting "FUCK THE TRUSTEES!" Yeah how dare they actually do the right thing for once.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:37 AM
This whole Jerry Sandusky pedophile case has been a stomach turner from the beginning and thankfully Penn State's board of trustees made the first right decision in this whole debacle by firing the president and head coach Joe Paterno last night. Unfortunately a guy like Sandusky doesn't get away with raping boys without some help. Whether it be the athletic director and Paterno covering up for him it's disgusting how HUMAN BEINGS can let a monster like Sandusky knowlingly roam their campus and using a youth charity on campus for Sandusky to have his "pick of the litter."
But just when you don't think it can't get any worse it just might. Sure Paterno is gone and Graham Spanier is no longer in charge at Penn State or the BCS for that matter but this pales in comparison with the latest rumor. Back in April Pittsburgh radio host Mark Madden wrote a story about Sandusky molesting boys which is baffling since just now it is becoming public. A lot of people didn't want to believe what Madden wrote back then but today he was asked on The Dennis and Callahan Show if this was basically the end of the story. It's not.
Here is the latest rumor which Madden says is being investigated:
"I can give you a rumor and I can give you something I think might happen," Madden told John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. "I hear there's a rumor that there will be a more shocking development from the Second Mile Foundation -- and hold on to your stomachs, boys, this is gross, I will use the only language I can -- that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors. That was being investigated by two prominent columnists even as I speak."
Madden also spoke more definitively to the cover-up efforts at the school and beyond that he expects will be made public soon.
"The other thing I think that may eventually become uncovered, and I talked about this in my original article back in April, is that I think they'll find out that Jerry Sandusky was told that he had to retire in exchange for a cover-up," Madden said. "If you look at the timeline, that makes perfect sense, doesn't it?
"My opinion is when Sandusky quit, everybody knew -- not just at Penn State," Madden added. "I think it was a very poorly kept secret about college football in general, and that is why he never coached in college football again and retired at the relatively young age of 55. [That's] young for a coach, certainly."
This is so much bigger than just Sandusky. Unfortunately I think we are going to find out this was a montrosity involving a lot of rich people who have a ton of influence and power around Penn State. It might be the reason why the district attorney Ray Gricar mysteriously disappeared 6 years ago before having a chance to expose the whole Sandusky scandal to the world. It's starting to make sense. Why would Penn State just now start to investigate kids getting raped when they knew over a decade ago? If Penn State ever wants to get back to where they were they need to clean house. Every fucking body who knew including the ginger grad assistant who witnessed one of the rapes but still has a job with Penn State. Blow it up. At this point football shouldn't even be a thought. The victims and their families deserve justice.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 6:49 AM
Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Someone must have asked him about suspensions for this week's game versus Auburn because Georgia head coach Mark Richt didn't enjoy it as you can tell. Things are getting testy for major college football head coaches these days. Not only do they have to win football games but they got to answer hard questions from the media like "why didn't you report a rape to the authorities?" or "have there been any suspensions this week?" It must be brutal to get paid millions to answer such mind boggling questions like those.
Via TheBigLead via RedAndBlack
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 2:10 PM
We pretty much know the Colts are tanking the season without Peyton Manning. Chances are good Manning has seen his last days behind center wearing an Indy uniform. Now it's time for the Andrew Luck era to begin. Get the official SUCK FOR LUCK shirt today!
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 10:41 AM
From @MicheleSteele comes Joe Paterno's official retirement announcement effective at the end of the season....
Paterno full statement: STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Nov. 9, 2011 -- I am absolutely devastated by
the developments in this case. I grieve for the children and their families,
and I pray for their comfort and relief.
I have come to work every day for the last 61 years with one clear goal in
mind: To serve the best interests of this university and the young men who have
been entrusted to my care. I have the same goal today.
That's why I have decided to announce my retirement effective at the end of
this season. At this moment the Board of Trustees should not spend a single
minute discussing my status. They have far more important matters to address. I
want to make this as easy for them as I possibly can.
This is a tragedy. It is one of the great sorrows of my life. With the benefit
of hindsight, I wish I had done more.
My goals now are to keep my commitments to my players and staff and finish the
season with dignity and determination. And then I will spend the rest of my
life doing everything I can to help this University.
So now the question remains: What NFL team will Joe Paterno coach next season? Oh wait nevermind. Dumb question. I meant to write who will coach Penn State next season? Yeah that's what I meant.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:35 AM
God this is sickening. Not because there are a bunch of d-bag college students who have no clue what they are doing but the fact that Joe Paterno is still a head coach. I mean could you understand one fucking word he said? All I heard was the "We...Are....Penn...State" chant at the end. I know it's one thing to be a diehard football fan and to put Joe Paterno on a pedestal for basically building the Penn State program but do people not realize that Paterno had the power to save kids from a predator and he basically did the bare minimum? Wake the fuck up! But be quiet you don't want to wake JoePa and ruin his "legacy."
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 6:58 AM
Tuesday, November 08, 2011
The New York Times is reporting that Joe Paterno (who cancelled his press conference today) is out at Penn State and will begun an exit strategy for the once legendary football coach.
Hmm, an exit strategy eh? How about having each one of Jerry Sandusky's victims delivering a swift kick to JoePa's fat fucking nose and face as he leaves his office in disgust. It's basically being nice to a guy who protected a pedophile for so long and continued to let the piece of shit on campus up to last week while covering his ass.
Growing up I always thought of JoePa as a member of the mafia. He just seemed sleazy to me. But even the mafia has morals and they wouldn't let one of their own rape boys without having him 6 feet under a turnpike.
In conclusion: Mafia>JoePa's legacy
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 11:07 AM
I know some people will make fun of Matt Millen because he cried on air but it's not right. The guy is devastated because his alma mater Penn State bred, raised, and pretty much covered their asses for a pedophile. That in itself is even more shameful then his GM tenure in Detroit. Is that possible? Yep.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 10:53 AM
And this one of the many things that makes college football so great. It's about passion and when you see Louisville head coach Charlie Strong going ape shit after their upset win over West Virginia on Saturday I can't help but get the chills. Grown men acting like kids. Awesome.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:41 AM
The boxing world lost one of the greats yesterday when Philly's own Smokin' Joe Frazier passed away after a short battle with liver cancer at the age of 67. Frazier was a true champion and was one of the few guys who would not back down from Muhammed Ali and in fact beat him in the Fight of the Century. He couldn't ever escape Ali's huge shadow despite going 41 rounds with him and never giving an inch to Ali including their last fight with the "Thrilla in Manila" that went 14 rounds. It's amazing how champions like Frazier who could fight his whole life for everything they got but yet can not beat a disease like cancer. The same with Steve Jobs who had all the money in the world but couldn't beat it. In conclusion cancer sucks. All of it. Hopefully someday it goes down for the count for good.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 7:22 AM
Yesterday Notre Dame introduced their 4th helmet of the 2011 season with the new "Shamrock Series" helmet they will wear versus Maryland this Saturday. The shamrock is a little bit bigger than the ones they wore versus Michigan and the gold is the new one they introduced versus USC. Personally I think they look great. I've always wondered why they haven't switched up the helmets in the past and now it appears Notre Dame is getting with the times and introducing new "cool" helmets that will get people to notice them including recruits. I also like the facemasks. It's not the usual grey masks they've worn since forever but instead it's a dark green. Sharp looking helmet and I can't wait to see Louis Nix (pictured above) smashing Terps this Saturday with it on.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:05 AM
Monday, November 07, 2011
LostLettermen has this ABC's "Good Morning America" interview with child rapist Jerry Sandusky who will neither confirm nor deny he rapes boys in the Penn State locker room. What a swell guy too! If you are a Penn State supporter you have to love the fact Sandusky is smiling while sporting his Nittany Lion attire even though he has been banned from ever stepping foot on their campus.
If you haven't already go read the 23 page report from the Attorney General on what exactly Sandusky did and check it out before you want my opinion. But please read it after you have had your lunch because it is that disgusting.
There is nothing more morally reprehensible than a child getting raped. Sandusky apparently has had 8 victims come forward when there are probably dozens more. He founds ways to use his power as a defensive coordinator for Penn State under Joe Paterno to get access to "troubled" boys by founding a children's charity called Second Mile. He would then get the boys to come to his house and rape them. He would also rape them on campus in the Penn State locker room while taking showers with them. A graduate assistant who is now the quarterback coach for Penn State witnessed Sandusky sodomizing a young boy in the shower in 2002. Obviously distraught he notified his Dad and then Paterno the next day. Neither of these three men went to the police.
Again Paterno, the graduate assistant and the father of the graduate assistant all knew about Sandusky screwing a young boy in the anus in the Penn State showers with the graduate assistant witnessing it himself and yet no one thought to go to the police. That in itself is fucking deplorable. Paterno senile old ass instead notified athletic director Tim Curley (since fired) and Gary Schultz, the university's senior vice president for finance and business. None of them ever contacted the police to report the incident.
A janitor witnessed Sandusky pinning a boy against the shower stall and giving oral sex. Still no one notified police. In order for Penn State to move forward from this horrifying tale it needs to clean house. The President of the University is already voicing his support for Curley, Schultz and Paterno. He needs to be fired too.
Obviously what Sandusky did as a sexual predator is the worse of the crimes but the fact that none of these "authority" figures at Penn State who found out yet did nothing to report it to the police are equally pieces of shit in my book. JoePa should never coach a game again. He's already hiding behind his lawyer. Same with the others.
Fuck them. They should all be in the State Penn and not Happy Valley. If you are a Penn State fan I feel for you today. There is no way I could in good conscious ever support the university or wear clothing showing my support after reading about all of these men who knew of children getting raped by one of their own yet did nothing to stop it.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 10:42 AM
Before I dive into the whole "Penn State needs to fire everybody who knew about Jerry Sandusky and did nothing to report it" story I figured I would talk about something a little more upbeat in college football: coaches getting canned. Or as the headline says itself "Ole Miss busts a Nutt."
Ole Miss currently has a 12 game SEC losing streak. It's their worst streak in their horrible history. And now head coach Houston Nutt will be taking the fall. Ole Miss has a 3pm press conference scheduled today when they will announce they are busting a Nutt for shitty coaching.
Things started off well for Nutt in Oxford after leaving Arkansas. He led the Rebels to back-to-back 9 win seasons which ended in Cotton Bowl victories. But the last two seasons have been a disaster. Ole Miss now gets thrown around by teams like Vandy and in this current college football landscape where fans and alumni expect not only instant results but sustained success Nutt is clearly not holding up his end of the bargain.
So now the question is who will be the new coach? I'm sure the usual Urban Meyer, Jon Gruden, and others BS reports will come out. Ole Miss is not a premiere job. It never has been. Which probably means they will be looking to get a hot assistant like Alabama's Kirby Smart or Georgia's Todd Grantham who are familiar with the conference. I hear Joe Paterno will be available.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 9:49 AM
At least he didn't shit his pants. Or did he?
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 8:27 AM
All you have to do is look into Herbie's eyes at the 10 second mark. Bam. He just shit himself. A modest 5.6 earthquake was reported in Stillwater, OK at the time when Herbie was reporting for ESPN from the Okie State-Kansas State game when you can see his eyes completely bug out while he tries to remain calm with Hershey squirts.
But Herbie the professional he is goes on to report while remaining calm, cool, and somewhat collected while not knowing what the hell just happened. Don't get me wrong I would have been screaming like a little girl with tears flowing pleading to call my wife and kid to Chris Fowler before the whole stadium collapsed. I've never experienced an earthquake so I can only imagine the fear. But now I know what it is like to see Herbie shit his pants. Another check on the bucket list.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 8:17 AM
Thursday, November 03, 2011
Bama -5 over LSU
Stanford -21 over Oregon State
Northwestern +17 over Nebraska
Arkansas State -17 over Florida Atlantic
Vanderbilt +13 over Florida
Leave it to Vinnie to make an Andrew Luck neck beard joke, a weekend at Bernies joke, and a Humpty Humpty dance joke all roll into one hilarious group of picks for this week. I hope people realize that Les Miles isn't really an idiot who eats grass on gamedays. Miles is just playing everybody for the fool when they think he is just some dumb shit on the sidelines when in fact he is a defcom missile ready to blow up Nick Saban and the Tide this Saturday in Tuscaloosa. Trust me it's going to happen. LSU will win.
Why you ask? Because before the season I took LSU to win the SEC and so far they have played one of the toughest schedules in the nation and have destroyed everybody in their path. Everyfuckingbody. LSU isn't afraid of Bama and can anyone remember the last time LSU lost a night game? I think it's been like 500 years. Take LSU. Do it.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 2:19 PM
I think I may want to change my thinking about college football players getting paid. Well at least at Notre Dame.
Holy shit these guys at Notre Dame have the life! Video games, massage tables, ping pong, and food for days including victory crab legs. Yeah I can see why Notre Dame does so well in recruiting even when they aren't meeting expectations on the field. With tuition, room and board, free clothes, and all the state of the art facilities and athletic trainers available Notre Dame football players are getting at least $100,000 a year in free perks to play football in college.
If I'm Keith Marshall, Gunner Kiel, Shaq Thompson and Arik Armstead I've already made up my mind after visiting the "Gug" and seeing how well the players are treated and trained. If I'm not being blunt enough I'm basically shouting "GO TO ND WHERE YOU WILL GET A DEGREE AND LIVE LIKE KINGS FOR THE NEXT FOUR YEARS!" There is that good enough?
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 8:35 AM
Good for UGA finally beating a shitty Florida Gaytors team but what the hell is up with all the dugan aka sausage aka cock swinging around? I've never been to Jacksonville for the game but I've heard nothing but crazy stories and good times and these come from Georgia fans who usually come home with a loss. All I see is a bunch of frat boys barely clothed jerking off on each other. I'm severely disappointed. At least up in Athens you can see plenty of girls. Isn't the whole point of college is to get laid and spread STD's? I felt like I was hanging out in Rehoboth Beach watching this shitfest.
But anyways congrats to Georgia for getting a much needed victory over their rival. Next time guys try to bring some females down with you on the trip. And why did I not see any of these Gaytors shirts in the crowd?
Video via BarstoolSports
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 7:45 AM
Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Goose and Maverick to the fucking tee. These twins even got Anthony Edwards Goose fading hair line and Tom Cruise Maverick ""I feel the need...The need for speed!" attitude. I think we found the parents of the year by the way. Just all around top notch game here.
You know you are getting old when college kids have no fucking clue who Goose and Maverick are. It kinda pisses me off when I have to explain the movie Top Gun. It should be required viewing in elementary school.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:55 AM
If you needed further proof that the European hockey players are soft all you have to do is take a look at this celebration by Henrik Eriksson in Sweden. Not only does Eriksson have the cajones to hug Alen Bibic right in front of the goalie he just scored on but then Bibic gives a half ass punch. I mean come on Bibic. Deck his ass. Your lucky he didn't kiss you after that pansy ass punch.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 7:45 AM