Posted on: March 5, 2010 1:12 am

NCAA tournament

Every year the committee suprises us with a team or 2 that the "experts" had out that they decide are worthy of a shot in the dance. I can only hope the UW Huskies are one of those teams this year. I do believe they need to win at OSU on Saturday and win their 1st game in the pac 10 tourny but how does a pac 10 team with a 22-10 (or better) record not make the big dance? I know the pac-10 is down but they have won 8 of their last 10 and 2 in a row on the road. They are getting hot at the right time. They are playing good basketball right now. Reward them with a 12 seed and watch them make a run to the sweet 16.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: October 14, 2009 1:56 am
Edited on: October 14, 2009 1:56 am

What a great weekend in sports (at least for me)

"The miracle on Montlake," is what they are calling the pass that deflected off the Arizona Wilcat receiver's foot with under 3 min to play. It popped straight up and into the chest of Mason Foster, U-Dubs linebacker, who turned around and ran it back for a game winning TD. Could the Huskys be bowling this year. They may need to win one on the road first and I'm not sure ASU is the place to get that started. How can anyone concentrate with all those hotties running around in the best Oct. climate in the USA. Too many distractions this week and the Dawgs go down 41-35

The Dodgers, who i hoped would not get swept by the cardinals pitching staff, in turn did the opposite and swept them. I was hoping to get one of two against Carpenter and Wainwright, but thanks to an early Holliday they were able to steal game 2 and Joel Piniero was no match in game 3. I like the Blue to handle the Phillies this time around. Patience at the plate will prove to be the difference as Manuel will have to go to his bullpen early and often, and that will be a Philly disaster :)

USA USA USA "Presidents cup" Tiger Woods is the best ever and i don't care if he retired today without passing all of Jack's records. Golf is more exposed and more competitive today than it ever has been and for one man to dominate his sport the way Tiger does is the most amazing thing to witness. 

The only venting I have is my Fantasy team lost due to trading for Joe Flacco and not sticking with Tony Romo this week. I lost by 6 and Flacco brought 4 points while Romo (on my bench) had 19. Of course a Nate Washington or Dallas Clark TD could have solved that on Monday night but it was not meant to be. At least Clark didn't drop one in the end-zone that he should've had (Reggie Wayne). Haha my friend lost thanks to R.W.'s drop in the 4th quarter.   
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