If you have a somewhat an inflated ego and like confrontations with those who work around you, chances are that you could be a good candidate for the job.
We are one month into the baseball season and so far we have seen a few unexpected things. The Angels are off to a very slow start, even with the addition of Josh Hamilton to that potent lineup. The Royals yes the Royals, are at the top of the AL Central. The Red Sox, not the Blue Jays, lead the AL East with Baseball’s best record. The Rockies, even though they seemed to get snowed out every other home game, lead the NL West.
Just when you think the Charlotte Bobcats are taking a couple of steps forward, they take a few backward. They performed this little dance step a few days ago when they decided that Mike Dunlap “wasn’t a good fit”, and relieved him of his head coaching duties after just one year.
We all have pet peeves. Whether it is slow drivers, loud talking at the movies, etc. I know that I have too many to list during this blog, but last weekend perhaps my biggest pet peeve when it comes to sports reared it’s ugly head again.
Well, another week of playing couch potato is coming to an end. As it does, just a few thoughts that crossed my mind while going thru another bag of Tostitos.
So how’s your week been? Chances are that it might have been a tad better than the folks at the NCAA’s has been. With the crowning weekend of college basketball just hours away, the world of college sports is wrapping up a week that can most likely be summed up as embarrassing and most forgettable. Let’s take a look back at a special week for the NCAA.
CJ Moore From Bleacher Report: “I Think North Carolina With PJ Hairston In The Line-Up Is A Troublesome Matchup For Kansas”
Bustin’ Loose: Monday 3-18-13 CJ Moore: “I Think North Carolina With PJ Hairston In The Line-Up Is A Troublesome Matchup For Kansas”. The guys discuss teams who could have a gripe with the selection committee [...]
I will be the first to admit, I am not a big fan of change. I am stuck in my ways, the fact that I still think that 80′s music is still the best of all time proves that point.
How does the old sayin’go, “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired:. That’s how I feel with the Charlotte Bobcats, when is enough enough?
If you have listened to me enough, you know that from time to time, I have some issues with the 4 letter network (that’s ESPN in case you didn’t know).