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Saturday, January 27, 2007

Two Minute Drill

Can't Wait to Hear This on YouTube

Apparently, the would-be sports marketer who allegedly gave Reggie Bush and his family loads of cash while he was still at USC made tapes of encounters with Bush in which he promises to pay back "their money." Oops.

That's Just Mean, Gator Fans

Mike sent us a link to a CafePress store that is REALLY rubbing the Florida BCS victory over THE Ohio State University in. The 82 in question refers to THE Ohio State University's total offensive output for the game.

And guys, we love a good jab at our Buckeye friends as much as anybody, but tile coasters and tote bags? Wow.

Who Knew Michael Vick was a Drag Queen

Customs officers in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou discovered 60 pounds of marijuana leaves hidden in 215 pairs of high-heeled women's shoes abandoned at the airport. No word yet from Atlanta Falcon officials what Michael Vick was doing in China.

This Makes Us Appreciate Those Buckeye Rappers

Been meaning to put up this YouTube clip that MZone reader David sent us. It's a (really shitty) rap video of the '88 FSU Seminoles. Oh...my...god.

It's Baaaaack

WVU jumps out to an early lead in the 2007 edition of EDSBS' Fulmer Cup.


surrounded in columbus said...


it wouldn't have been any different had the game gone the other way-


looks to me they deserve each other.

Go Blue Gabe said...

At least the buckeye Rappers were original and a little funny. I couldn't even make it through that crap.

the raterinks said...

Geez, I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.

Galen said...

It's nice to see that Deon was just as talented then as he is now.