Marisa Miller Picture and Today’s Links

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Marisa Miller looks expensive. Bill Walton rapping is one of the best things ever - Unathletic Damn. White boy got ups - Outside the Boxscore Mike Holmgren to the Browns as their GM? - No Guts, No Glory Even if Vandy came to the Big Ten, my beloved Hoosiers would still occupy the cellar ...

Alessandra Ambrosio Bikini Picture and Today’s Links

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

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 ...

The Biggest “Balloon Boys” In College Football

Monday, October 19th, 2009

The awesome hoax last week perpetrated by two very loving, not insane in any way, fame-at-all-costs parents got me thinking about college football. Not that it takes major news events for me to ponder collegiate football, but I'm trying to build up to something here, OK? Point is, I was wondering ...

Vince Young To Start In Tennessee?

Monday, October 12th, 2009

Word out of Tennessee this morning suggests that it might be time for Titans head coach Jeff Fisher to let backup quarterback - and noted headcase - Vince Young start a game or two. At the end of Sunday night's 31-9 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, the 30 or so fans ...

Would The Raiders Draft A Quarterback?

Monday, September 28th, 2009

The Oakland Raiders were spanked by the Denver Broncos at home yesterday, 23-3. Just to run this by you again: A Kyle Orton-led team slapped around a team with a former No. 1 overall draft pick as its quarterback. To quote Vince Lombardi (as I often do), "What the hell ...

Richard Seymour Unhappy With Trade To Raiders

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

In what might be the least surprising news of the last 20 years, defensive end Richard Seymour is apparently unhappy with the fact that he was traded to the Oakland Raiders by the New England Patriots. I guess heading from a perennial Super Bowl contender to Al Davis' mad scientist-like ...

TheBaker’s NFL Preview: Oakland Raiders

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Four coaches in four years. Four quarterbacks in four years. An average of just under four wins a season during that four-year stretch. That's not the type of forward movement Al Davis and Oakland Raiders fans are looking for.  Davis used to make the Raiders relevant. Now, he's made them inconsequential. But it's not ...