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Coach K doesn’t approve of Obama’s brackets

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 20, 2009

Even though President Obama has a former Duke player as his personal aide, Coach K is none to happy about his bracket picks.

The president unveiled his bracket this past Wednesday and of course ESPN is making way to much of a big deal about it. As you can see here Obama has Duke losing to Pitt in the East Regional.

Coach K is not happy about this:

“Somebody said that we’re not in President Obama’s Final Four, and as much as I respect what he’s doing, really, the economy is something that he should focus on, probably more than the brackets,” Krzyzewski told a reporter from the Associated Press on Wednesday.

This has prompted the writing of the Coach K Haiku:

Gets every whistle
Complains like a bitch when not
Even to the Prez

In retaliation Obama has selected Dean Smith as his ambassador to Krzyzewskiville

Even though we don’t talk about political issues here at YMSWWC.com, Obama made a statement that I agree with 100%:

“It has nothing to do with McCain – I think Arizona is a great state: I love playing golf there. But hey just squeaked in based on reputation,” Obama said.

Amen to that!

Oh and Coach K I have you losing to Texas and so does the majority of the country so suck it.

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Excuse me you just stepped on my head

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 26, 2009

It wasn’t that long ago when MTV was actually showing videos and the few shows it aired were for the most part worth watching. One such show was titled Daria, that show cracked me up. One of the phrases that are said during the opening music was “Excuse me you just stepped on my head.”

Let’s forward some years forward and we have Chase Budinger of the Arizona Wildcats saying something similar to Houston’s Aubrey Coleman. For the record Houston was leading in this game until this incident happened. Of course Houston wound up losing the game.

Coleman was ejected from the game and appears not to be that upset over it. Note to Aubrey Coleman: try not to indulge your inner Chris Simon too much. There’s a reason the guy’s playing in Siberia these days…

Also is it just me, or has Chase Budinger been in college for 8 years? Is he going to be a doctor or something?

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YMSWWC’s Awesome F**cking Guide to the 2008 Bowl Season! (With pictures this year)

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on December 18, 2008

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This would have been posted earlier but I kinda sorted screwed up and forgot to send Joel the bowl schedule. Yeah, my bad, I’m a dick. Whatever. Anywho let’s go over this year bowl schedule and mine and Joel’s picks and then you call your bookie.

This year there is a smorgasbord of crap-tastic games to choose from! Yay!

Non-BCS Bowls

EagleBank Bowl
When: Dec. 20, 11 a.m., ESPN
Where: Washington
Who: Navy vs. Wake Forest

Joel says: Anchors aweigh. I really wish Navy would have beat Notre Dame again this year. Wait, this is a real bowl game???

Thomas says: I pick Navy because I’m sick and damn tired of hearing how the Wake Forest is so good. Blah blah blah. Is this bowl game being funded by any of the bailout money by the way? Read the rest of this entry »

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Yo! Lute Olson’s wife be crazy!

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on November 7, 2008

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Just when the saga of Lute Olsen’s decision to step down as the basketball coach of Arizona was coming to an end, his wife has to get all crazy and stuff.

The past couple of years have been rough for Lute Olsen. He has endured health problems & a very nasty and public divorce from his wife Christine that led Olsen to miss most of season last season and step down before this season began.

On 10/23/08 Olsen announced his retirement. Both Olsen & his physician, Dr. Steven Knope would later reveal that the coach had a stroke within the last year.

Also on 10/23 Lute’s crazy-ass wife Christine paid a visit to Dr. Knope to drop off a paper outline of a human body used for target practice at a shooting range. Oh, and this one had 25 bullet holes in it.

Of course Dr. Knope gets frightened and has placed a restraining order placed on Christine.

The day UA coach Lute Olson announced his retirement, his ex-wife threatened the coach’s doctor by placing a sheet ridden with bullet holes in his office, according to a restraining order granted against Christine Olson on Tuesday.

The order was obtained by Dr. Steven D. Knope and signed by judge Susan Bacal, saying Christine Olson was to have no contact of “any sort” with Knope.

According to court documents, Christine Olson called Knope’s office on three occasions Oct. 23 looking to speak to him, but was told he was busy with patients.

Around 3 p.m., she arrived at the medical office and “behaved in a threatening manner” to staff members, according to the order.

After waiting 20 minutes, she walked past the reception area and to Knope’s office, according to court documents. Upon entering the office, she placed a target practice sheet on his desk chair. It contained 25 bullet holes in the paper head and body, the report said.

Christine then stopped by Luke’s proctologist’s office, and left an exploding enema on his desk. Ok I just made that part up but it’s funny.

Lute’s wife has claimed that the good Dr. Knope has attempted to “destroy her marriage” in the past. Whatever the case she is clearly unstable and apparently a pretty shot. This never would’ve happened if he had just refilled Lute’s Viagra prescription like she asked him to.

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College Football Week 8 is in the books & here’s what I learned

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 19, 2008

Ahh…another Saturday of college football has past us by. No real upsets to speak of however it was another great smorgasbord of games with some thrilling endings.

Don’t let the Tennessee score fool you. My complete wrap-up of that game will be tomorrow.

Everyone remember BYU? You know they’re the team with the unstoppable offense that was going to bust the BCS this year. Well TCU has something to say about that.

South Florida keeps in the mix of the Big Least by rolling over Syracuse.

Look out the smarty Northwestern team is now bowl eligible. They beat Purdue handily and this has to be Joe Tiller’s last season.

Maryland is like Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde of the ACC that or Wake Forest just wants to avoid a trip to Tampa and a chance to play in the ACC championship game.

Wow Rutgers actually won a game.

Georgia Tech upended Clemson. This was Dabo Swinney’s first game as interim head coach. I noticed that the AD was on the sidelines because he said something that obviously Swinney didn’t like.

If I was Swinney I would simply blame the AD at the post-game press conference.

“That play that got Korn injured, that was the AD’s call. The hook & ladder play it was the AD’s as well. I figured since he was on the sidelines interfering with my coaching he could call some of the plays”

Seriously folks the AD doesn’t belong on the sidelines. He should have been in the luxury suites entertaining the alumni.

Texas Tech manages to get the offense rolling and defeats Texas A&M.

Wisconsin once was ranked as high as #10 in the country, dropped their 3rd game in a row while taking a beating from Iowa.

Georgia sloppily beat Vandy. Vandy is looking to become bowl eligible.

Oklahoma State is 7-0 for the first time since the 1940’s.

Everyone though Michigan State had turned a corner…then they met Ohio State yesterday. It wasn’t pretty.

Oklahoma might the 4th in the country but they’re also 4th in their division.

I’m one of the few people that actually took Virginia to beat North Carolina.

Ole Miss. gave Alabama a huge scare. Alabama starts fast and fails to finish big.

Michigan looked awesome in the first half against Penn State. To bad the game has a second half.

Kentucky rallied 2 touchdowns in about the final minutes of the game to defeat Arkansas.

Don’t look now but Pittsburgh is now 5-1.

Hey did you know that Virginia Tech played Boston College last night? It was actually a decent game and Virginia Tech, like Wake Forest, doesn’t want too go to the ACC championship game either.

Texas crushes Missouri. (Insert Obligatory ‘Don’t Mess With Texas’ Headline Here)

California gets ranked the second time in the season just to get beaten again.

South Carolina fails to win a third game in a row. (Snicker)

Finally. My beloved Red Sox are still alive thanks to this fat-ass. Of course TBS has an epic fail due to technically difficulties.

“Two circuit breakers in our Atlanta transmission operations tripped causing the master router and its backup – which are necessary to transmit any incoming feed outbound – to shut down. This impacted our live feed from being distributed to any of the other networks in the Turner portfolio and caused the delay in our coverage. Both our primary and backup routers were impacted by this problem. We apologize to baseball fans for this mishap that caused a delay in our coverage.”

Everyone wanting to watch the game in the U.S. had to wade through about 20 minutes of a rerun of the Steve Harvey Show, and missed BJ Upton’s solo home run in the bottom of the first inning.

I’m no expert on TV transmission system design, but wouldn’t you think that your backup system would be isolated from your main system such that a circuit breaker going down wouldn’t take them both off line? Isn’t that, you know, the point of a backup system?

Way to go TBS…& where is the apology to those that might be upset about missing the last 10 minutes of the show? They might have wanted to see more wacky shenanigans.

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College Football Week 6 is in the books & here’s what I learned

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 5, 2008

Let’s be honest for the most part yesterday was an exciting & entertaining crappy day of college football.

As always I’ll have a full review of the Tennessee game tomorrow after I watch a tape of the game today. For the most part the death clock continues to toll for Philopotamus.

Pittsburgh is still alive in the Big Least and shot down South Florida which I was glad to see.

Duke was on a roll until they met another team from a “smart school” that was also a buzz saw name Georgia Tech.

Michigan State continues to quietly win while Iowa continues to quietly suck.

Has anyone noticed that Minnesota is 5-1?

Right now Penn State is the most underrated top 10 team in the country.

I asked this question on a message board this week it is worth asking again. Should Arkansas be considered a Div. 2-A school this season? I bet Atlanta doesn’t look so bad to Bobby P. now huh?

Kansas, remember them? Well they almost were victims of an upset yesterday.

Oklahoma didn’t have any trouble winning their first game as the #1 in the country.

Virginia Tech is suddenly the team to beat in the ACC.

Notre Dame is 4-1 and almost lost to Stanford. With their weak schedule why aren’t they in the top 5? (Sarcasm people catch the fever!)

The Fighting Zookers of Illinois reinserts themselves in to the Big 10.

Wisconsin is on the fail slide.

Texas Tech is 5-0 and it looks like their offense has awaked.

I hate F$U but they are 4-1 and their game with Miami was a classic.

UCONN is the latest Big East failure.

America’s coach Mike Gundy has Oklahoma State at 5-0. He’s a man he’s 40! By God.

Holy shit just when you think Maryland is coming back and Virginia is dead. Virginia dismantles Maryland big time.

Arizona is 4-1 look for them to be ranked later today.

Oregon you picked a bad time to play SoCal.

Missouri might be the best team in the country right now and Chase is clearly the Heisman leader.

Wow Hawaii beat Fresno State…wow.

Vanderbilt upends Auburn at home which worries the hell out of me.

South Carolina’s offense finally shows life and Garcia still isn’t a starter, maybe he should key another professor’s car to get a little attention.

While Bama might have won yesterday the fact that Kentucky has the #1 scoring defense in the nation is no fluke.

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Day One is Done Here are the Winners & Losers.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 20, 2008

Xavier avoids being the fifth team in row to be upset by the Dawgs of Georgia. Rallying from being down 11 points the Musketeers win by 12. Georgia simply didn’t have the depth they needed. Look for this Xavier to go far into the tourney.Kansas thumps Portland State by 24. Gee…who didn’t see that coming?

Temple returns to the tourney only to disappoint Bill Cosby and the Jello Pudding Pop nation by losing to the Michael Moores Spartans of Michigan State.

UNLV wallops Kent State. Funny all I’ve heard for the past week was how Kent State was a mid major sleeper team.

Pitt continues its winning ways by whipping Oral Roberts by 19. Look for Pitt to go a little further in the tourney.

Purdue defeats Murder Inc. I mean Baylor and quite handily at that.

The Irish of Notre Dame defeated George Mason by 18. I doubt their football team could beat George Mason though.

Wisconsin shows why they belong by beating an up tempo Cal State Fullerton team is ease.

West Virginia defeated an Arizona team that by most accounts shouldn’t have been there.

UCLA who I’m picking to win it all embarrassed Mississippi Valley State. Like MVS had a prayer without Jerry Rice there.

Stanford beat up on the smartie pants of Cornell.

K-State defeats USC which shouldn’t surprise anyone. I’m still shocked that USC received such a high seed. Look for Beasley and company to advance next round as well.

Belmont must have Joel’s post about them because Duke was almost exited early by a nobody for the second straight year.

Washington State flexed some muscle and grounded the Eagles of Winthrop by 31.

Texas A&M defeated BYU in perhaps the least interesting game of the year. Zzzzzzzz

And lastly Kentucky’s failboat the USS One and Done has set sail thanks to Marquette. Boy I’m willing to bet some SEC coaches are regretting voting Billy G. for co-coach of the year. I’m sure Ashley Judd will give him a tongue lashing, hopefully he’ll be sober enough to remember it. Then again why was KY even in the tournament to begin with?


I wonder if Billy G. is going down with the ship?

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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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