Alessandra Ambrosio Bikini Picture and Today’s Links

October 29, 2009 – 8:35 pm by Ryan Phillips


The Web has been blowing up over this week’s sightings of Alessandra Ambrosio on the beach. Yeah, I mean, I guess she’s alright.

Mark McGwire’s five-step approach to hitting – Club Seat

The top 10 franchises of the past decade – Randall Simon’s Sausages

The Quandary of JaMarcus Russell – The Legend of Cecilio Guante

Vince Young is your Titans starting quarterback on Sunday – With Leather

Gamble again on a Thursday? Why yes, I would like to – The Visionary Sports Handicapping Blog

When it comes to sports, Cleveland most definitely does not rock – Midwest Sports Fans

The people who say if your team doesn’t make the playoffs that you should cheer for your division/league are absolutely insane. For example, as a Padres fan, why the f*ck would I suddenly root for the Dodgers if they’d made the World Series? – The Victoria Times

Wait, conferences award preseason CHAMPIONSHIPS now? The f*ck is going on with the world? – Strait Pinkie

A preview set of picks that’s just an appetizer for the overlarge, unwieldy monstrosity that is our weekly picks – No Guts, No Glory

I have no idea which side I’m on when it comes to Bob Knight vs. IU. I was stuck there during the Mike Davis Era, so I’m just enjoying having a good coach again – Ballin’ is a Habit

Know how I know NASCAR isn’t a sport? – Bootlegger Sports

Anne V is not only hot, she helps the disabled – With Leather

Stan Van Gundy looks sleepy. So, so sleepy – Sharapova’s Thigh

Hey, it’s a Manute Bol sighting! – Busted Coverage

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  1. One Response to “Alessandra Ambrosio Bikini Picture and Today’s Links”

  2. I think Indiana has done pretty much all they can to extend an olive branch to Bob Knight.

    At the same time, I’m not one of those people who suddenly finds it posh to say “Screw Bob Knight! What a baby!” that I’ve seen suddenly pop up on all the IU blogs.

    He’s one of the greatest coaches of all time who does things his way. He’s no longer at Indiana. He’ll finally be recognized for the great things that he did there. Move on, people.

    By MJenks on Oct 30, 2009

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