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The field of 65 has been announced AKA what round will your team fail in?

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 16, 2009

The NCAA tournament is upon us. Check out the entire CBS bracket here!

The Top 4 seeds are (in order of who I think has the best chance to win):

  • Louisville – Midwest
  • Pittsburgh – East
  • North Carolina – South
  • Connecticut – West

You know it is a fight when the mascots get into it like as pictured above. This is the Pistol Pete/Big Blue altercation at the WAC tournament. Pete ain’t afraid to go for the throat! The Rice Owl is not impressed.

The funny thing is Pete normally has a mustache but Big Blue ripped that shit right off Pete’s face! Big Blue has been suspended. Isn’t college athletics awesome!

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Guess Who Is Lining Up For A #1 Seed???

Posted by Joel Jackson on March 3, 2009

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(pic courtesy of Losers With Socks)

Sporting a 26-3 record, the Memphis Tigers are poised for a #1 seed. Realistically, this year’s edition of the Tigers is absent of the club hoppers, woman beaters, and scary thugs NBA type talent at every position when compared to last year’s team, but overall, this has been a better team.

Free throw shooting eventually was one of the things that caught up to them last year. Yes, the pain is still there in the hearts of Tiger fans, but this year, the Tigers are shooting almost 70% compared to 61% last year. The 9% difference overallmay not sound like much, but it is the difference between an NCAA Championship Banner hanging in the rafters of plush FedEx Forum instead of drafty and cramped Phog Allen Fieldhouse in Kansas (not that I am biased or still bitter). They are also allowing opponents 7 fewer points this year compared to last.

However, the Tigers still have one problem that reared its ugly head in the losses to Xavier and Syacuse this year, along with the final 3 minutes of last year’s title game: The lack of in-game coaching strategy of John Calipari. Don’t get me wrong, he is an excellent recruiter and can motivate his teams like no other. He is great for a college program. However, as a pure X’s and O’s coach, he has a tendency to get out coached. The talent that he amasses gets him out of a lot of situations. Either way, they should run through the rest of the Tiger High Invitational C-USA Tournament and land a #1 seed.

Then there is this pimp:

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Rick Pitino and Louisville, who until ESPN gave them a blow job put a spotlight on them, were quietly sneaking up on the competition, setting up a potential showdown in the Big East Tournament against Pitt or UConn. They are loaded and are clearly the best basketball team in the state of Kentucky. They do need to win the Big East to get a #1 seed, but with this team, it is very possible. Earl Clark should be a lottery pick and, wouldn’t it be sweet if the Tigers and Cardinals played for the national title???

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College Football Week 9 is in the books & here’s what I learned

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 26, 2008

It sucks to be a Tennessee fan this season however I’ll still support them no matter what. As always a complete write up on the Tennessee/Alabama game will be tomorrow after I torture myself by watching a replay of the game.

There were other teams in action yesterday. Let’s look and see what we have learned from yesterday.

UCONN got back on the Big Least track by hammering Cincinnati.

Indiana upset the smarties of Northwestern.

Apparently Boston College doesn’t want too go to the ACC championship game.

Wisconsin finally won a game by beating the fighting Zookers of Illinois.

Here’s a piece of advice: never schedule Texas Tech as a homecoming game. Just ask the Kansas Jayhawks.

The fall of Wake Forest and the rise of Miami as begun.

Minnesota is 7-1 and for real.

The gaytors of Florida hammered Kentucky by blowing them out by 58 points. Hey did they steal your plays as well?

Oklahoma scored 55 points in the 1st half against Kansas State but only 3 in the 2nd half. Oklahoma still handily won the game.

Vandy is still not bowl eligible and Couch Cut picks up another win for Duke.

Florida State beat Virginia Tech, that and the fact Virginia beat Georgia Tech means Virginia of all ACC teams is on top of the Coastal division in the ACC.

Look out folks Louisville might be back, they upset South Florida yesterday.

The beast known as Georgia reared its head yesterday by hanging 52 points at LSU. As you can see from the photo LSU fans is thrilled at all. (Click on it)

Trends started at Rutgers…

1. College football (1866)
2. Giving the finger to hovering HD cameras at college football games (2008)

For the first time in 10 years Michigan State beat Michigan at Michigan. I’m sure things are getting hot for Rich “Dirty Sanchez” Rodriguez.

Texas barely wins against Oklahoma State. Folks this Oklahoma State is for real just America’s coach, Mike Gundy.

Pittsburgh was doing well but they regressed yesterday while Rutgers beat them.

Missouri took some frustration out on Colorado yesterday.

Texas A&M beat Iowa State. Check this video out. You have to love fans whose team is not performing well talking shit about the other teams. This video is hilarious!!!

JoePa gets his first win at the horseshoe since 1978 as Penn State beats Ohio State officially knocking them from playing in this year’s title game.

Washington is still winless and Notre Dame is 5-2.  They could become ranked this week.

Houston Nutt took Ole Miss in to Arkansas handed them another loss. I’m he is savoring that one.

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College Football Week 2 is in the books & here’s what I learned

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 7, 2008

First off everyone stop for a moment and point and laugh at the Big Least. The years of fooling the college football world with smoke and mirrors and weak scheduling are over.

WVU falls to East Carolina and it was never even close. Somewhere Rich Rodriguez is laughing because he never lost to East Carolina.

How hot is the name “Skip Holtz” right now? I’ve been to various teams message boards since yesterday and a lot teams whose coaches are in the hot seat want him. For example:…………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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  • South Carolina
  • Clemson
  • Tennessee
  • Syracuse
  • Arkansas
  • Louisville
  • Washington
  • Pittsburgh
  • Notre Dame

Speaking of Syracuse how is it pathetic to lose to Akron. Other Big Least fail boats are Uconn & Pittsburgh. Sure Uconn won yesterday but it took an overtime to beat Temple. Are you kidding me? And Pitt struggled with Buffalo.

The best team in the Big Least is Cincinnati. Sure they lost yesterday but it’s difficult to go to Oklahoma and win.

Oh yeah you can continue pointing and laughing at the ACC. Way to go Maryland.

Ohio State should drop in the polls due to their dismal performance against Ohio.

Miami will be scary good by the middle of this season. And what a rank amateur move it was on Urban Meyer’s part to kick that last field goal. He could have let Miami have the ball on the 10 yard line. That was disgraceful.

Something else that is disgraceful is the PAC 10 refs. What an idiotic call yesterday involving Washington and BYU.

Arkansas better step it up or they will not win a conference game all year.

Notre Dame Football still sucks. If San Diego St. didn’t make some stupid mistakes they would have won that game.

Under the raider teams

  • Nebraska
  • Mississippi (I always knew Coach 0 could recruit now they have a coach.)
  • Clemson they will bounce back
  • Air Force
  • F$U
  • Cal
  • Georgia Tech
  • Iowa
  • Purdue
  • Oklahoma State
  • Vandy
  • TCU
  • Kansas St.
  • Arizona
  • Indiana

Teams that impressed

  • East Carolina
  • Wisconsin
  • Georgia
  • Oregon
  • Kentucky
  • Cal
  • Miami in a loss that game was closer than what the score dictates
  • Texas
  • Oklahoma
  • Missouri
  • TCU

Teams that failed to impress

  • Ohio State
  • Michigan
  • Illinois
  • Auburn
  • Texas A&M
  • Arkansas
  • Alabama
  • Kansas
  • South Florida
  • Utah
  • Texas Tech.
  • Texas

Schools that might be looking a new coach next year

  • Arkansas
  • Syracuse (that guy is a goner)
  • Pitt (him to)
  • Texas A&M
  • Tennessee (I had to)
  • Michigan
  • Washington
  • Colorado
  • Notre Dame
  • Virginia
  • Maryland
  • Memphis
  • Louisville

Even the water girls of Ole Miss are hotties much like their cheerleaders.

The Miami cheerleaders are hot in a soft-core porn sort of way

Georgia’s cheerleaders are so-so

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Louisville suspends QB Simms For “Breaking Team Rules” I wonder what those rules could be…

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 21, 2008

Steve Garcia isn't impressed. Go Cocks! 🙂

Louisville quarterback Matt Simms was suspended for the team’s first four games of the season by Coach Steve Kragthorpe on Tuesday for the dreaded violation of team rules.

Simms is the son of former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms and the brother of Tampa Bay Buccaneers whiny bitch quarterback Chris Simms.

Matt Simms will be eligible to return to the team when the Cardinals play at Memphis on Oct. 10.

Gee I wonder what those rules were. Maybe he overslept one morning due to spending majority of night in prayer.

Maybe he was late to a practice because he lost track of time while volunteering for the local D.A.R.E program.

It is possible that he was helping lead the on campus AA meeting and forget to break an appointment with his advisor.

Wait, I got it. He was cited for public disturbance because someone complained about him standing on the street corner preaching about the evils of drugs and alcohol.

Yeah the last one seems more plausible when you really think about it.

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Wanna Be An NBA Player??? Here Is NOT Where To Play

Posted by Joel Jackson on June 27, 2008

I finally get some time to put up a post and it just so happens to be right after the 1st round of the NBA Draft . Then something came over me: Our favorite overrated, elitist, ass backwards, and drunken coached team from the SEC didn’t have a player drafted in the 1st round. This makes the second year in a row that a Kentucky player was not drafted in the 1st round, and continues the 11 year streak since a Wildcat player was picked in the lottery.

Oh don’t worry Wildcat fan. I know where to place the blame. It was “10 Loss” Tubby’s fault. He was too busy making sure he ran a clean program, free of racism (unlike the arena named after the “great” Rupp), and made sure that he didn’t hit the Wild Turkey bottle and try to drive home from the bar. He just simply didn’t have time to recruit players who would be developed into NBA talent.

Leave it to Billy Clyde Gilispie to recruit like a mother. He has already scored top 10 talent of all ages. He will take Kentucky back to single digit losses in just a few short years, as soon as his 8th grade recruits start arriving to Lexington. Too bad he said he was gonna stop recruiting young kids. Rumor is that he had planned to recruit Chicago next week while school is out for the summer. R. Kelly was gonna show him where all the hot spots were to get top talent, before Mr. Kelly got some talent of his own. Of course, knowing Billy Clyde’s track record, he’ll be gone quicker than you can say “Nick Saban”. It’s all good anyway, the best coach in the state left you back in the 90’s and now coaches your in-state rival.

So, for all of the Derrick Jasper’s, Scotty Hopson’s, and (insert latest player’s name to leave the Kentucky program here) of the world, things will be ok. You will make it to the NBA Draft Lottery, because you never put on the Wildcat uniform.

Let’s hear Tim Brando spin another year of Kentucky mediocrity…

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Then there were 32…Alternate Title…My Brackets are Eff’ed Up

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 22, 2008

Upsets always happen in this tournament and round one proved no exception. My brackets are screwed up now. Sheesh.

My beloved Vols held their own and thwarted a late rally against the communist of American University.

Curry of Davidson became a legend as his team beat Gonzaga. I picked Davidson thank God.

Saint Mary’s was no match against Miami. Miami might be the most overlooked team in tourney.

Western Kentucky defeated America’s sweetheart team of Drake with a last second three pointer. Thanks Drake you screwed up my bracket.

South Alabama proved no match against Butler. The way Butler played I wouldn’t be surprised to see them defeat my beloved Vols.

Georgetown beat up on UMBC…yawn

Texas beat up Austin Peay…another yawn

But wait…on overtime game which saw UCONN get defeated by San Diego. Thanks UCONN you again proved you’re useless to me.

North Carolina looked like the number one should by scoring over a hundred against a hapless Mount St. Mary’s squad.

Oklahoma showed that people might have been overlooking them by defeated St. Joe’s handedly.

Vanderbilt embarrassed themselves and the SEC by losing to Siena. Thanks Vandy…you terds.

Miss. State rallied big time to defeat Oregon, another team the shouldn’t have been there.

Arkansas is jelling and Indiana is exited early so them can text Sampson whining.

Louisville attempts to make the case that for this year they are the best team out of Kentucky as they defeated Boise State.

Villanova defeated Clemson. Another five seed goes down to the twelve seed. Villanova’s tourney experience helped them mount a comeback. At one time Clemson led 32-18 in the first half. Nova won by six.

Memphis beat up on Texas-Arlington or as I have renamed them the University of Hank Hill.


Hank Hill with a young Billy Gillispie

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Cardinals v. Wildcats Will Play When Exactly???

Posted by Joel Jackson on March 11, 2008

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Apparently, in the “Bluegrass State”, there is a pissing match brewing (as usual) between the Louisville Cardinals v. Kentucky Wildcats. The argument this time??? What day of Labor Day weekend the annual football game will be played on. Louisville wants to play the game on Monday night, Sept. 1. Kentucky wants to play the game sometime between Thursday, Aug. 28 to Aug. 31. ESPN would like to televise the game on Monday to take advantage of the usualMonday night Football slot (the NFL season won’t start until the following week). Kentucky’s reason for wanting the game at an earlier date: They want recovery time so that they can prepare for…NORFOLK STATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here’s a quote from Kentucky AD Mitch Barnhart:

“We’re willing to play that game Thursday through Sunday, and we’ve communicated that to the people at ESPN,” Kentucky AD Mitch Barnhart told the Courier-Journal. “We’re not going to play that on a Monday night and give ourselves that short turnaround on a Saturday game. We’re going to have a young team, and we feel it’s in the best interest of our program to guard that prep time and that recovery time.”

Now keep in mind he is complaining about resting for Norfolk State. Not Ohio State, Florida State, Arizona State, Oregon State, or Michigan State. He is talking about Norfolk State, an HBCU, D-1AA program. Yes I know Appalachian State beat Michigan last year, but Appy State has been a dominant team in D-1AA (yes I still refuse to call it Football Championship Series). This is Norfolk State we are talking about. If Kentucky can’t man up on 5 days rest to beat Norfolk State, then they will be screwed for the upcoming SEC slate. Of course, they just might be screwed anyway, considering Andre Woodson and Wesley Woodward aren’t there anymore.

At the end of the day, this is gonna be a battle of mediocre teams, and whatever ESPN wants, ESPN gets. If they wanted this game played a day before Kentucky plays the “mighty” Norfolk State Spartans, it will happen. Money talks, and ESPN has billions of Disney Dollars. So Kentucky, give it up. Play the game on Monday night, have a light practice week, and roll up Norfolk State on that Saturday. One or two extra days to rest up against a D-1AA opponent is not gonna make a difference when you are gonna have the second string in by half time anyway. Oh, and can someone from Kentucky please explain this???

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YMSWWC’s Men’s College Basketball Preview-Top 25

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 25, 2007

This list was compiled and written by Joel. Who soon will have his own posting powers for this blog. So I’m removing the “guest blogger” status.

*Disclaimer: Even though I am from Memphis and am a Tennessee fan, I will attempt to be as unbiased as possible. Every team has a question, and none of this will matter until March comes around anyway…

1. North Carolina- Ty Lawson running the point with Tyler Hansbrough in the middle and Will Graves either starting or coming off the bench should have Carolina rolling. I am a little concerned about their defense and I do wonder if they can ever recover from last year’s Elite 8 loss against Georgetown, but I think Coach Williams will lead them just fine. Should make it to the Final Four, especially if they can find a consistent outside shooter.

2. UCLA- Defense wins championships, and the Bruins play it. It’s ugly, plodding, physical, tough, but very effective. Kinda reminds me of the Baltimore Ravens, without the “assassin” in the middle and the arrogant head coach. The Bruins now have low post scoring with Kevin Love, but he’s a freshman. Sometimes that’s good, sometimes that’s bad. I would have them #1 if they had more low post depth.

3. Memphis- Some pre-season rankings have the Tigers #1, and in many years they probably would, but there are 2 reasons I don’t: scoring and coaching (the last one almost got me banned in barbershops back home). The Tigers, for all of their talent, could play more of a fast breaking style than they do, but they don’t. Why??? Point #2, coaching. Calipari can sometimes be his own worst enemy. I like that he emphasizes defense, but let the players run. You have the horses. Plus, I can think of at least 10 coaches who are better at in game coaching, 2 of whom are Howland and Williams (see above). Great recruiter though (see Derrick Rose). Also, if the city of Memphis can keep Operation “Keep the Tigers Out Of the Clubs” going, it will be a total team effort.

4. Kansas- If it wasn’t for Brandon Rush tearing his ACL, they would be lower. They still might slide if he cannot fully recover, but wit returning starters and Mario Chalmers off the bench (or starting), I still like their chances. Can anyone explain Rock Chalk Jayhawk to me???

5. Georgetown- I think the loss of Jeff Green hurts more than they let on, even if the Hoyas are using the Princceton offense. With Roy Hibbert opting to stay for another year, they should be fine. Plus I do like Vernon Macklin to be the new Jeff Green, if there is such a thing. Also, Georgetown must go into the year as the hunted, so let’s see how John Thompson III coaches this team.

6. Louisville- For the most part, this is a young Louisville team. Next year, they should be at the top. For now, #6. Why this high this year??? A solid front court, a young guard combo, and Rick Pitino’s pressing style of play are the reasons. I am a little worried about games that may turn into a shootout. Will they have the horses to keep up??? Where’s my mint julep???

7. Michigan State- This ranking may be a little high too, but I love Drew Neitzel’s game. He’s a shooter and should easily score 20 a night. Tom Izzo is a top coach and incoming freshman Chris Allen should be a stud. Someone else besides Neitzel needs to score. Who will step up??? One of the best student sections too, btw…

8. Tennessee- This is year 1 A.D. (After Dane), so who’s gonna take on the leadership role??? Oh yeah, Chris Lofton is there…never mind. Tyler Smith should contribute immediately, but someone tell Coach Pearl to keep his shirt on. I’ll take the orange blazer before his man boobs. His chest isn’t Rocky Top, it’s Rocky Flop.

9. Indiana- Though I have never been a Kelvin Sampson fan, he has talent and he can coach. D.J. White and freshman Eric Gordon are gonna be a force in the Big 10. Someone take the cell phone away from Sampson, or at least leave the recruiting to his assistants.

10. Gonzaga- This is conditional on Josh Heytvelt keeping the happy mushrooms out of his pocket and on top of his pizza or favorite pasta dish. There needs to be a German Shepherd at his door and a urine cup in his pocket at all times so he can stay away from trouble. Someone tell him this is college basketball and not “Playmakers”.

11-25 (in no particular order)

Washington State, Texas A&M, Marquette, Duke, Oregon, Ohio State, Texas, Kansas State, Arizona, N.C. State, Pitt, Kentucky, Xavier, Arkansas, Miami (OH).

Up & Coming Team: Missouri. Mike Anderson and his up tempo style (a disciple of Nolan Richardson and his 40 Minutes of Hell) should make them at the very least an 8th seeded team in the dance. 4 returning starters in year 2 makes for a dangerous combination.

Overrated: Stanford. A season of promise has turned bad now that Brook Lopez decided to do whatever it was he was doing. Obviously, he wasn’t going to class. Now that Mike Montgomery is back as a “special assistant” to the AD (code words for next head coach), Trent Johnson should be looking over his shoulder.


Pearl’s man boobs. Go Vols!!!!

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